Natrona County Parks & Recreation

Come Out & Play More This Year
Natrona County Parks & Recreations' 10,768-acre system of urban and mountain parks, trails, lakes, streams, and open space is one of the most diverse recreational areas in all of Wyoming.

Our natural environments range from sand dunes and rock cliffs to mountain forests and cool lakes. You can enjoy nature all by yourself or with friends. 

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Jan 20

Casper Mountain Conditions and Updates

Posted on January 20, 2021 at 9:13 AM by Parks Department

Nordic Trails Conditions Update for January 20, 2021

  • An inch or so of new snow; conditions are improving but still not great. We are at approximately 50% of normal snowfall for the season, which is post Thanksgiving snow levels in the latter half of January.  Think snow!!!
  • We now have a classic track set on roughly half our trails. It's the groomers' discretion if they set tracks depending on snow conditions at that time. There are still some extremely thin spots, but the exposed rocks that have been on Beartrap and Ridge have about 1/2" snow covering. Be aware hazards still exist.
  • Ski passes are required for all that use the mountain trail system. Funds generated from ski pass sales go to maintaining and grooming trails. Passes can be purchased at Mountain Sports, Zeelo's, 42 Degrees North and Natrona County Roads, Bridges and Parks office in Mills.

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Questions or Concerns? Please call (307) 235-9325 or email