Casper sits at the base of Casper Mountain and is home to a walkable downtown area, 193 restaurants, locally owned shops, and a mix of flagship hotels, lodges, and campsites. Casper is close to outdoor activities including fly fishing on the famous North Platte River.
Fremont Canyon is accessible by boat from the Alcova Reservoir. The pink cliffs provide a beautiful backdrop for swimming, fishing, and paddling.
Casper, Wyoming, May 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Visitors are returning to the area with the lifting of the 14-day quarantine for travelers outside of the state of Wyoming Cowboy state and its nearly 98,000 square miles, national parks and historical sites, expanses, mountains, rivers and communities.
To assist travelers with their upcoming visit to Wyoming, Visit Casper has one Travel resources page with the latest information, including what’s open, current restrictions and closings, and tips on how to stay safe while traveling in, around and around Cowboy State, with the health and health of residents a priority.
“We’re seeing the return of non-state visitors to Casper,” said Brook Kaufman, CEO of Visit Casper. “When we emerge from this, we want our visitors to be able to travel our state safely and comfortably. Part of this is letting them know about our local businesses’ efforts to create a safe space while also giving them the latest information regarding travel. “
In addition to health and safety tips, travelers can also find information about restaurants and ways to play in the Wyoming nature – including take away guided fly fishing tours on the North Platte River – camping, hiking on Casper Berg, Day access and more.
“Travel is an important part of Wyoming’s economy,” Kaufman added. “And as we dip our toes back in the waters of travel, it’s important that our visitors, local residents and businesses work together to ensure safe travel practices and a healthy destination.”
In Casper companies of all kinds – from Restaurants to retail stores and Hotels to activity providers – working behind the scenes to follow recommended guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19 through improved hygiene and service guidelines. Visitors to real estate, stores, restaurants, and more should acknowledge disinfection practices at individual companies.
For the latest travel updates for Casper, Wyoming, visit VisitCasper.com/travel-updates/.
About Visit Casper
Visit Casper is the official Destination Management Organization for Natrona County and aims to improve the county’s economic base through tourism. Casper is known for world class fly fishing on the North Platte River. is the annual host for the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR); and was named one of the best mining towns in the country by Men’s Journal. For more information, see www.VisitCasper.com.
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