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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Cheyenne Moving Companies
We offer four Allied Van Lines moving agents in the Cheyenne, WY, area who have an average quality rating of 4.83 out of 5 stars. Each of these agents is accredited by the BBB, licensed, bonded and insured. As part of the Allied Van Lines worldwide network of moving companies, each one offers a wide selection of customizable moving solutions from which you can choose. Whether your plans involve moving a small household, a valuable specialty item or anything in between, our agents have the requisite knowledge and resources to handle your unique requirements with the professionalism that you deserve.
From Bluffs to Hynds to South Park Estates, our agents can help you to relocate from one lovely Cheyenne neighborhood to another. If life is beckoning you further, we're also prepared to orchestrate your move across the state or around the world. We can arrange efficient transportation for your vehicles, too. In the event that you are unable to get into your new place right away, temporary storage options are available for both short- and long-term purposes.
As the capital and most-populated city in Wyoming, Cheyenne offers big-city attractions with a small-town atmosphere. The city, which sits in the southeast corner of Wyoming in Lamarie County, is tucked alongside Crow and Dry creeks. Between the capitol building, state parks and Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne boasts a mix of culture, recreation and adventure.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, the city has a population of approximately 61,000. Since it’s the seat of the state government, the majority of the workforce hold jobs in public administration.
Residents of Cheyenne experience a four-season climate slightly chillier than the national average. In July, temperatures peak around the low-80s, while in December, averages stay in the mid-30s.
Attractions and activities in Cheyenne
Cheyenne has something to do for the whole family. Take a tour of the state capitol, which was built in 1890 from locally quarried sandstone. It is a three-and-a-half story structure with a giant spire that dominates Cheyenne’s skyline. For some adventure, each July the city hosts Cheyenne Frontier Days, a nine-day-long festival that features one of the most popular attractions of the year: the rodeo. You can bring your kids to their first championship bull riding competition in the afternoon, then go see big-name music artists performing at night.
Another must-see is Curt Howdy State Park, which is a stunning state park with several lakes and trails that cater to mountain bikers and hikers. There are also several fishing and boating areas. History buffs should head to Wyoming State Museum, complete with two floors of hands-on exhibits. The museum covers everything from cultural history to the regional economy.
Residents and visitors enjoy hanging out in the heart of downtown at the Cheyenne Depot Plaza, located close to restaurants and shops. Frontier Mall is the premier shopping center in the area.
Moving to Cheyenne
Transitions can be tough. That’s why Allied Van Lines offers dozens of different moving options to choose from, including full-service packaging and appliance disassembly and assembly. Why bother transporting all your belongings yourself when you can have reliable Cheyenne moving companies do it for you?
Conveniently, the Cheyenne Regional Airport is located within two miles of the city. For international flights, the Denver International Airport sits about 108 miles away. If you’re driving, you can access the city via Interstates 180 and 80.
Find out how Allied can make moving to your new home a lot easier!