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The Medicine Bow National Forest takes up the entire area of Albany County. This county contains the cities of Laramie, Upton, and Rock River. Albany County is a very diverse county. It contains the aspects of both city life and country life. In Laramie, you can tour the Trail End State Historic Site and check out the University of Wyoming. Ames Monument is about thirty miles SE of Laramie. Como Bluff Hatchery, a "Dinosaur Graveyard" of sorts, is located north of Rock River. The Laramie Mountains span along the eastern county line.

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The county seat of Albany County, Wyoming, is Laramie. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 29,060, a decrease of 1,737 over the 1990 census.

For information on county government, contact the National Association of Counties Web site.

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Location: Albany County Tourism Board, 800 S Third Street, Laramie Wyoming 82070 Telephone 307-745-4195 Toll Free: 800-445-5303 Fax 307-746-9505

Other Wyoming Counties nearby:
(Laramie) Albany County
(Cheyenne) Laramie County

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