Wyoming is a city in Chisago County, Minnesota. The population was 7,791 at the time of the 2010 census.
City of Wyoming Parks
The City of Wyoming parks are nestled in almost every corner of the City. From small neighborhood parks nicely equipped with playground equipment to larger parks with ball fields, soccer fields, basketball courts, or a hockey rink, residents can find a destination for their outdoor gatherings, picnics, or a place to walk and relax. To reserve a park pavilion or field, please complete the reservation form below. You do not have to be a Wyoming resident to enjoy all that Wyoming parks have to offer.
Wyoming was platted in 1869 when the St. Paul and Duluth Railroad was extended to that point. The city took its name from Wyoming Township.
Wyoming served as the drop-off point for a Depression era kidnapping. In June 1933, William Hamm of Hamm’s Brewery was released by his captors, the Barker–Karpis gang, following a collection of a $100,000 ransom payment ($1.825 mil. in 2015 dollars).
“Wyoming, Minnesota” │ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming,_Minnesota
“Fields & Pavilion” │ https://www.wyomingmn.org/index.asp?SEC=0751D7EC-B8E3-4880-B35B-10E201FB9FF0
“Wyoming Parks” │ https://www.wyomingmn.org/parksrecreation