Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Casper, Wyoming area.
Settled on the banks of the North Platte River in the late 1800’s, Casper spills over with Western-style hospitality, along with history, arts, entertainment, shopping, and recreation. Casper Mountain rises 3,000 feet above the city only minutes away. Historically, Casper -- stretching out within the North Platte Valley -- serves as the point of convergence for all major westward trails, from the Oregon Trail to the Mormon Trail, Bozeman Trail, and Pony Express Trail. Now legions of shoppers beat a path to the largest mall in central Wyoming and a vibrant downtown with restaurants and a blend of shops. Museums include the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, the Nicolaysen Art Museum, and the Mormon Handcart Visitor Center. Attractions range from Fort Casper, including a reconstructed 1865 frontier army fortress, to the Central Wyoming Fair and Rodeo, hosting amateur and professional rodeo action with cowboys and cowgirls. Other readily available western-style fun includes covered wagon treks, horseback trail riding, mountain hiking, and rock hounding. Vice President Richard Cheney and wife Lynne were reared here, attending Natrona County High and Casper College. The Cincinnati Reds Tom Browning started pitching here as a youth, and National Geographic Magazine’s Dean Conger started his photo journalism career capturing Casper’s multifaceted allure.
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|Lodging located in the heart of Wyoming, in the cities of Casper, Lusk and Douglas. This area is served by Natrona County International Airport (CPR), located 8 miles northwest of Casper.||Lodging located northeast of Casper in the cities of Gillette, Sundance and Newcastle. Devils Tower National Monument, where the movie "Close Encounters" was filmed is located 60 miles east of Gillette.|
|Lodging located in the Buffalo and Sheridan area near the Montana state line and just a short drive to skiing, boating, camping, hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities.||Lodging options located in this small Western town which is higher in altitude than population (altitude 4500, population 3200), and is renowned for its World’s Largest Mineral Hot Spring and scenic surroundings.|
Area Facts: Casper is the second largest city in Wyoming. The area code for Casper is 307.
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