Partners

When a once-in-a-lifetime event comes flying through town, it takes the creativity and ingenuity of a lot of folks to make sure that we provide our guests with the absolute best experience. Find out who is helping make Wyoming Eclipse Festival 2017 possible.
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Throwing one of the best parties in the galaxy requires a lot of help.

Casper Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Located along Interstate 25 and the North Platte River, Casper is a place where rustic charm meets urban amenities, where outdoor adventure intersects with world-class hospitality and where city limit lines blur to create memorable, once-in-a-lifetime experiences for our guests.
If you’re choosing to make Casper, Wyoming, ground-zero for your Eclipse viewing experience, you’ll have plenty to do and see while you’re here. In addition to the events being planned around this rare, celestial event, Casper also offers a first rate dining and entertainment scene. (Our eateries offer cuisine from all over the world!) If it’s retail therapy you crave, you’ll find unique shops that offer everything from chocolate to cowboy chic to WyoMade. And finally, no visit would be complete without tapping into our frontier spirit. Many of our most prized natural attractions are just a few minutes’ drive from the center of the city giving you a unique opportunity to create one-of-a-kind memories for years to come.
If you need help pre-planning your trip, please contact us here.

Downtown Development Authority

Historic Downtown Casper boasts fine dining, specialty retail shopping, public and private housing, a public library and an overabundance of events and activities your entire family will enjoy. While you’re in Casper, make sure you put our newly completely David Street Station on your list of things to experience… we’ll have live music, adult beverages and a “Casper Classic Vibe” that you won’t find anywhere else in town. For a list of our Downtown merchants, click here.

Casper Area Economic Development Alliance

Casper, Wyoming, is one of the most outstanding communities in the Rocky Mountain region offering amenities of a metro area with the convenience and accessibility of a smaller community. As the 2nd largest metropolitan area in Wyoming, Casper is an outstanding place to do business because 1) You pay zero personal or corporate income tax; 2) We’re a world-class hub for healthcare and 3) We put up 275 days of sunshine every year.
The Casper Area Economic Development Alliance acts as a conduit to help firms on their quest for relocation to the Casper/Natrona County Area. Our team is ready to help you not only choose our community for relocation, but to answer your questions about workforce, taxes, grants or incentives. For more information or to set up an appointment while you’re here, call us at 307- 577-7011.
Download the 2015 Casper City Guide, which outlines critical information about real estate, activities in and around the city, dining, entertainment and more. It also provides logistical information such as where to get your driver’s license and school registration.

City of Casper

Casper, Wyoming, is the second-largest city in Wyoming, with a population of 55,316. Nicknamed “The Oil City”, our history of oil boomtown and cowboy culture dates back to the development of the nearby Salt Creek Oil Field. In 2010, our community was named the highest- ranked family-friendly small city in the West, and ranked eighth overall in the nation in Forbes Magazine list of “the best small cities to raise a family”. Although relatively small by national standards, Casper is also a regional center of banking and commerce.
Interstate 25, which approaches Casper from the north and east, is the main avenue of transportation to and from the City. The towns immediately adjacent to Casper are Mills, Evansville, Bar Nunn and Mountain View. As with most of Wyoming, Casper has a semi-arid climate with cold, dry winters, hot, dry summers, mild springs and short, crisp autumns. Temperatures typically plummet during summer nights, with an average diurnal temperature variation approaching 35 degrees.
Casper is home to first rate public education institutions including Casper College and a University of Wyoming satellite campus. We also offer world-class sporting venues, performing arts and music, museums and culture. For more information on the City of Casper or services available, click here.

Casper Area Chamber of Commerce

For more than 100 years, the Casper Area Chamber of Commerce has been the voice of business. We represent more than 800 businesses of all sizes in Natrona County. Our board of directors and committees oversee a variety of activities designed to boost our local economy and ensure a thriving business culture. Our mission is to unify, promote and advocate for Casper Area Business Members and our role is to educate advocate and communicate – by supporting our members through economic and community development, government relations and events.
For more information or to request a relocation packet, click here.

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