ALADDIN, Wyo. (AP) -- If you missed out on buying the tiny Wyoming town of Buford, another village is on the market.
Aladdin is available for $1.5 million. The buyer will get 30 acres and 15 buildings in northeastern Wyoming, including a 118-year-old general store that's still operating.
The Gillette News-Record reported Monday owners Judy and Rick Brengle are looking to slow down.
Aladdin is between Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming, and Belle Fourche, South Dakota. It draws crowds every August during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota.
Aladdin doesn't have a government population count, but about 15 people live there.
Buford sold last year for $900,000 and was renamed PhinDeli Town by its new owner. It's in southern Wyoming, and it claimed to have one resident.