Stay & Visit

Casper has so much to offer. Plan to come early or stay and enjoy!

If fishing is your thing: The Upper North Platte River is among Wyoming’s best for fishing and scenic float trips or plunging through rapids. The river offers healthy populations of brown and rainbow trout and is considered a “Blue Ribbon” trout fishery with over 4,000 catchable fish per mile.

Whether you’re visiting Casper, Wyoming for business or recreation, make a round of golf one of your top priorities. Casper, Wyoming has many outstanding options for the avid golfer, including a wide variety courses and plenty of tee times to fit your schedule. Plan to play a new course during your stay in Casper, Wyoming and take advantage of the incredible deals on tee times available through TeeOff

Garden Creek Falls in Rotary Park, at the base of Casper Mountain, is one of Casper’s most treasured, iconic mountain getaways. From the cascading waterfall to the towering pines, you are sure to fall in love with nature all over again. With multiple picnic tables, iron foot bridges and a gazebo, the park is an ideal spot for a picturesque afternoon. It only takes a few minutes to hike from the parking area to the base of the falls, but many visitors pack a picnic lunch and make an afternoon of it. Sitting among the aspens and ponderosa pine, it’s easy to forget that you’re just a few miles from the heart of the city. After you’ve soaked in the views of the waterfall, lace up your hiking boots to explore more of the park’s scenic wonders. The 4.5 mile Bridle Trail begins at the base of the falls and features spectacular views of the Casper area below. Reaching Split Rock is a badge of honor for locals and visitors alike. Along the way, you’ll encounter scenic overlooks, blue grouse, deer and an occasional cabin.

Casper Wyoming — Fun Things to Do in Casper Wyoming