(Wyoming) Campbell County has the third highest cost of living in Wyoming, according to the Wyoming Department of Economics
Only Teton and Sublette county were found to have more expensive food,
housing, and transportation costs. But in medical care expenses, Fremont
County has all of us beat, with healthcare prices reaching 14% higher than
the rest of Wyoming.
Apparel, Medical, Food, House, Recreational, and Transportation costs are
all factored together with inflation rates to calculate the cost of living
index. These numbers reflect the last quarter of 2015. Teton County is
approximately 44% more expensive to live than the rest of the state.
Campbell County is about 5% higher than other counties.
The state found an overall inflation rate of .5% last year. The national
rate is .7%.