Welcome to the City of Casper, Wyoming



The City of Casper has a variety of trails located in parks, along drainages, and along the North Platte River.  Most of the trails in the system are paved.    

List of Trails and Mileage

Trail Etiquette & User Guidelines

Observing proper trail etiquette is critical to maintaining the safety and enjoyment of all trail users.  The trails and pathways in Casper are multi-use and proper etiquette helps lessen conflict between users.  

  • Be prepared-- most trails do not have restrooms or drinking water located along the trail.

  • Stay to the right side of the trail and do not block a trail.  If you are walking/running/skating/biking next to others, make sure you leave room or move over for other users to pass safely.     

  • Alert others prior to passing.  An alert can be "on your left", a "good day" or any polite greeting that alerts another user that you are over taking them and wish to pass.

  • Wear one ear bud or keep music low.  Other users may need to alert you they are passing.  For safety, over ear head phones or noise cancelling earphones are not recommended.

  • Leash pets and pick up pet waste.  The city does have some poop bag stations along some trails.  Even if stations are not present, it is the responsibility of the owner to pick up waste.  When being passed, gather in part of the leash to give more room for users to pass without being interfered with by your pet.

  • Bicycles (including e-bicycles see below for more information), non-motorized scooters, skateboards, and roller skates are allowed on pathways.  If using one of these devices, pass pedestrians slowly and alert them prior to passing from behind.  If  lots of users are on the trail, slow down and pass with care.  

  • Mopeds, motorcycles, or similar motorized vehicles are not allowed on pathways or on trails.  Motorized chairs for those with disabilities are allowed.

  • All trails are use at your own risk.  Although the parks department does plow trails in the winter-- plowing is not done on the weekends.  Trails and pathways are not guaranteed to be free of ice or other hazards.

  • Irrigating is generally done late in the evening or early in the morning.  Irrigation systems come on without warning and may spray across pathways.

Electric Bicycles

By state statute, e-bicycles are allowed on all non-motorized pathways in Casper.  Most trail conflict between cyclists, skaters, runners, and pedestrians on trails is related to speed conflicts.  Observing proper trail etiquette (slowing down when approaching slower traffic and alerting others prior to passing) is critical to maintaining the safety of all trail users.  The trails and pathways in Casper are multi-use and proper etiquette helps lessen conflict between users.  

Electric bicycles are defined in Wyoming State Statute Title 31 Article 7 (page 10 is definitions, page 173-175 regulation).    An electric bicycle is a bicycle or tricycle with fully operable pedals, a seat or saddle for the rider's use and an electric motor of less than 750 watts.  Basically, an e-bike is a normal bicycle with an added electric motor.  The statute places e-bikes in three classes.  Class 1 electric bicycles provide assistance only when a rider is pedaling and ceases to provide assistance when the bicycle reaches 20 m.p.h.  Class 2 electric bicycles are equipped with an electric motor that propels the bicycle without pedaling and are limited to speeds of 20 m.ph.  Class 3 electric bicycles provide assistance only when the rider is pedaling and cease to provide assistance when the bicycle reaches 28 m.p.h. 

Trail listing and mileage

Click the plus sign to the right to see information regarding Casper's different trails.  Information includes location and mileage of trails.

Map of trails

Use the map below to discover Casper's pathways and trails!  The map below also contains trails located outside of the City of Casper city limits.  

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