Posted on May 2, 2023 at 1:24 PM by Parks Department
In consideration of high demand for camping on Casper Mountain during Beartrap Music Festival, held August 5th - 6th this year, and to allow for continuous reservation of sites for this event, Online Reservation System access for the mountain only will be temporary turned off Friday, May 5th at 4 p.m. It will be back online on Tuesday, May 9th at 12 p.m. At this time reservations through August 7th will be available.
We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please call us at 307-235-9325 or email us at Parks@natronacounty-wy.gov with questions or comments.
Natrona County Parks.
Posted on April 3, 2023 at 2:41 PM by Parks Department
April 3rd, 2023
In consideration of emails we received about extending late season grooming because of the snow storm, that were in response to the Casper Nordic Club social media post (the emails reflect approximately 2%-5% of the seasonal trail passes sold this season) the following has been decided:
To assist the Casper Nordic Club, Parks will groom once more after the storm to allow the Nordic Club to continue to groom with their snowmobile equipment. This will most likely occur on Thursday (4/6) or Tuesday (4/11) between 9am and 3pm. Friday is a holiday and my staff just shifted to Tuesday-Friday schedule in preparation for the spring and summer season. This season has been great for skiing, but has taken a toll on the Parks budget due to higher than usual cost of grooming operations (fuel and labor).
The major trails will be done. There will be no classic tracks set as they ice up if not maintained.
People are more than welcome to ski ungroomed trails until the snow disappears.
The Casper Mountain Biathlon Club will continue to groom as long as possible this spring, if people are looking for additional groomed skiing.
Michael L. Brown,
Posted on March 28, 2023 at 2:20 PM by Parks Department
Nordic Ski Conditions for March 28th, 2023
- 2 to 3 inches of new snow.
- All trails are groomed.
- Trails are still in awesome shape due to our ongoing historical winter.
- We have groomed just over 200 inches for the season to date, that’s about 40 inches over normal but far below our big snow years of 300 inches plus.
- A reminder that our last day of grooming will be Sunday, April 2nd.
- Some snow removal activities will begin on April 4th, please be aware.
Come and enjoy the trails!