Attractions October 19, 2021
Fall Is The Perfect Time To Visit This Historic Mountain Town In Wyoming
If you’re looking for a day trip idea this fall in Wyoming, why not plan a trip out to Casper? You’re sure to find something for everyone in this historic mountain town. Visit in the fall to enjoy fewer crowds and stereotypical wild Wyoming weather.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
The road to Casper may be a long one, but the little city is worth the drive from anywhere in the state. In the fall, it's a particularly pretty place to be!
Come on in and see all that this mountain town has to offer.
In the downtown area itself, you'll find picture perfect Americana. From old fashioned bowling alleys like El Mark-o Lanes...
... to the retro America Movie Palace, you'll find plenty of things to do. The Movie Palace has been updated to have comfortable reclining seats and offers a variety of award-winning films.
A trip to Casper isn't complete without a visit to Lou Taubert Ranch Outfitters, which has been a staple in town since 1919.
Head to the outskirts of town to find the National Historic Trails Center, which offers a glimpse of Wyoming's settler history and tells the tale of those who lived here first. The center also offers an amazing view.
Speaking of views - the Pathfinder Reservoir and Dam is worth a stop on your way out of town! It's southwest of the city and a must-see any time of year.
The views are great and the history of the reservoir itself is fascinating.
You'll see evidence of Wyoming's early mining history here, too!
Spend some time in Casper, Wyoming, this fall for a glimpse into the history of one of our most charming mountain towns.
For more ideas of what to do in Casper, visit the
Natrona County website, here.
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