With more than 2600 hotel/motel rooms and over 180,000 square feet of meeting space, Casper has the ability to host a wide variety of events. Daniel Fulton, Director of Sales, enjoys representing the Casper Area as Wyoming’s top meeting destination. “Casper is centrally located and easy to get to with more affordable, quality accommodations than anywhere else in the state.” Nowhere else in Wyoming can match Casper’s combination of lodging, dining, shopping, transportation, services and activities.
Casper, WY was settled on the banks of the North Platte River in the late 1800's. As the point of convergence for all major westward trails - Oregon Trail, California Trail, Mormon Trail, Bridger Trail, Bozeman Trail, and Pony Express Trail - the community developed as a crossroads to the West and North West.
Casper is the second-largest city in Wyoming. There is a diversity of terrain to view, wildlife to see and attractions to enjoy. Casper is home to the largest mall in central Wyoming and a vigorous downtown with plentiful restaurants and a diverse blend of shopping.