Sheridan, named after the Civil War general, is an old cattle town of 17,000 in north central Wyoming. It is close to the Montana border and between South Dakota's Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. The downtown evokes the old west with its shops, hotels, bars, and over 30 historic structures. Sheridan was ranked number one by the True West Magazine in 2006 among the Top Western Towns.The big event of the year is the WYO Rodeo which attracts tourists from far and wide for its events and reenactments. Lovers of outdoor sports like camping, hiking, fishing, skiing, and wildlife in the nearby Big Horn Mountains. Photos courtesy of Wikipedia (city scene by Vasiliymeshko and Trail End by IreneWyo).