Aladdin Tourism

Aladdin is a 30-acre hamlet in eastern Crook County, Wyoming, United States. It lies at the junction of WYO 24 and WYO 111 northeast of the town of Sundance, the county seat of Crook County. Its elevation is 3,688 feet (1,124 m)(1,124 m). Although Aladdin is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 82710; the post office is located in the town's general store, which was established in 1896, serving as a commissary for local coal workers. In July 2014, the Brengle family, which owns the town, announced the town was for sale: included in the $1.5 million price are the general store, a bar, the family's four-bedroom home and the town's trailer park (excluding the trailers). Public education in the community of Aladdin is provided by Crook County School District #1.The 2009 U.S. Census reports that there are 15 people and five families in the community, down from its coal mining peak of 200 people. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Aladdin has a semi-arid climate.

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If you are looking for travel information of Aladdin in United States, you've come to the right place. This city is located in the close proximity of a major city Deadwood, United States. Take a short trip from Aladdin and set some time aside to explore the Deadwood. Dotted with places like Mount Moriah Cemetery, Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, Saloon No. 10; it will definitely be a good idea. Also, to reach Aladdin, you'll have to take a flight to Deadwood; so its not really a detour. And even if it is, the city is worth paying at least a quick visit. A holiday in Aladdin can generally be of 1-2 days.