Wyoming 2013 Population By County
Updated on June 22, 2021.

According to the US Census Bureau population estimates, there were 582,122 people living in Wyoming in 2013. Laramie County was the most populated county with 95,707 residents, followed by Natrona County with 81,103 residents, and Campbell County with 48,038 residents. Niobrara County with a population of 2,544 was the least populated county in Wyoming in 2013.

Use the map below to interactively explore the population of each county in Wyoming in 2013. The data can also be explored further by sorting and filtering with the table below.

Wyoming 2013 Population By County
See also Population estimate for other years:
Table of Wyoming 2013 Population By County
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County Population % of State Population
Albany 37,556 6.45%
Big Horn 11,936 2.05%
Campbell 48,038 8.25%
Carbon 15,834 2.72%
Converse 14,366 2.47%
Crook 7,149 1.23%
Fremont 40,912 7.03%
Goshen 13,545 2.33%
Hot Springs 4,831 0.83%
Johnson 8,641 1.48%
Laramie 95,707 16.44%
Lincoln 18,320 3.15%
Natrona 81,103 13.93%
Niobrara 2,544 0.44%
Park 29,050 4.99%
Platte 8,710 1.50%
Sheridan 29,733 5.11%
Sublette 10,175 1.75%
Sweetwater 45,157 7.76%
Teton 22,315 3.83%
Uinta 20,951 3.60%
Washakie 8,413 1.45%
Weston 7,136 1.23%