Casper, Wyoming 

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Where wander meets wonder - 11/3/2021
Wyoming is an interesting place. From vast mountains that pulls you towards them to flat plains as far as the eye can see. The people are same as every where else other than the people here tend to keep there heads down due to the windy days. The wind dancing with the cold can beautiful but also remind you how nice it is to be somewhere warm. I’ve been through many towns across Wyoming and I’ve been living in Casper all my life. If you were to ask me how much I like Wyoming as a kid I would have said many negative things. But as I grew older and started to appreciate the outdoors more and after traveling to other states I have learned that Wyoming may be my favorite place I have every been. From random historic markers scattered across the state to the luxurious resorts and restaurants this state has it all. Enjoy at your own Read More

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Just don't - 9/19/2021
I've lived here 3 mo..... this place is run my retired Republicans that have nothing better to do then mess up other people's day. The town is very poorly taken care of.. the sidewalks and roads are not well managed, the whole town smells of sewage, there is NO ECONOMIC GROWTH. The only way to make it here is either to already have money or inherit it and believe me they ALL inherited and bred people just like them. This town has plunged into poverty, these people are in a delusion. There are very few creature comforts... literally only thing to do is drink or go up the mountain. I'm moving after winter, if you're thinking of moving here DONT! Move to Cheyenne or something, Casper has the number 1 suicide rate in the state for a reason. Don't waste your time or money Read More

Ehhh - 12/26/2020
I lived here for one year (78-79). Saw a lot of cold weather and snow. Most cars had sprung doors from severe winds taking them out of their owners hands. Might have been luck of the draw but in that year we had some bad hail storms. Golf ball size that put dings vehicle roofs and hoods. Summertime was pleasant. Had the opportunity to come visit 40 years later. People are nice but town has a run down feel to Read More

A small town vibe with big city amenities... - 8/24/2020
There is so much about this place to love! The people, the extraordinary access to outdoor recreation and everything in between. There's plenty to do and see, it's also super business friendly and full of opportunity. If you're looking for a community that will welcome your family, this is it! Read More

Never say never - 8/16/2020
I grew up in Casper and remember complaining how little there was to do. I swore that I would never live in Wyoming again. After living in Montana, Arizona, Upstate New York and then Denver CO, I have come to appreciate my hometown more than I ever thought. In Denver there is no shortage of entertainment but what it lacked was people. With a population over 3 million that says a lot. When my now wife and I started looking to get married and make a home, we knew it wouldn’t be anywhere other that Casper. We wanted to be somewhere a neighbor actually knew your name. Neighbor kids ride bikes together and you know the parents of every one of them. We found people again you could have a drink with and share life with. Beyond that, the miles of trails, the 5 tail waters within 2.5 hours, countless lakes, camping and general adventure make Casper an ideal place to raise and be a family. Though we get a little more than our fair share of wind, this town is by far the best I have lived in. Read More

Great place to raise a family - 5/21/2020
I grew up in Casper and moved away after high school for 5 years and I knew I would never raise my children any where but Casper. We have amazing schools, plenty to do both inside and outside all within 30 minutes of the city. Our family enjoys the 4 amazing golf courses, Alcova Lake which is a short 35 minute drive and has great amenities and of course the mountains which are literally out the back door. The restaurants in Casper are exceptional and the variety is growing. With the addition of the Art Walk and Rock the Block, David St. Station and the revamped Old Yellowstone District there is something for every age. Casper has that big city feel with the small town kindness and Read More

At the Heart of the Western U.S. National Parks - 5/19/2020
I grew up in the nice suburbs of Ohio, moved to Salt Lake Valley, had a family, and moved to Casper two years ago. Of the places I've lived, I've never been so impressed with a place to raise children. The schools, hiking trails, community, and being in the heart of the western US national parks makes this place amazing. What an advantage to be able to be a weekend trip away from visiting Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone National Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park.  Read More

Lived in the area for 12 years, and love it. - 5/16/2020
My family and I have lived in the Casper area for 12 years. There is so much that we enjoy about the area. From its fabulous parks for kids to play at, to the Platte River Trail which is wonderful for running, you can always find something to do outside while staying in town. Casper mountain offers year-round activities that we can ALL participate in. My family hikes and picnics in the warm weather and snowshoes and cross country skies in the winter. Edness Kimbal state park and Alcova offer water activities like kayaking and paddle boarding...and Alcova has overnight camping and boat renting at the marina. The downtown has been reinvigorated with outdoor concerts, bars and places to eat at for date night or you can comfortably take the kids. The Casper Events center brings concerts and programs to town to keep things exciting. The multiple museums (including the Science Zone Children's Museum) offer cold-weather entertainment without breaking the bank. Mix in rodeos, fairs, the Read More

Casper WY - 5/14/2020
Casper is nestled in the heart of Wyoming with a population around 55,000 people and has a fantastic symphony, art walks, and more with a booming fine arts community. It is also home to mountain ranges, skiing, lakes, camping, fishing, and hunting for the outdoor Read More

Casper WyHOMEing! A few reasons I am proud to live - 5/12/2020
I first moved to Casper in 1989 to attend Casper College. Previously I lived in Buffalo for a short period of time and before that Paris, Texas. I LOVE Casper for so many reasons. #1 the people here are genuinely amazing. Caring, generous, honest, helpful, hardworking and resilient. I challenge you to try to find a more giving community than Casper Wyoming. #2 the amenities! Outdoor recreation, cultural experiences, community events, and amazing restaurants. #3 close proximity - You are no more than 20 minutes to work, school, recreation (lake, hiking, skiing in the winter) #4 - small town vibe. With population of less than 60,000 people you run into a friendly face when out and about. #5 - Wyoming's beauty and natural wonders within a few minute to a few hours drive.  Read More

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