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Ever dreamed of being a cowboy? Riding horses? Roping cattle? Sleeping under the stars? Wyoming is your place then, and there’s no better way to see it than with an RV rental near Casper KOA. Casper is one of the state’s largest cities, though that’s not saying much with Wyoming’s tiny population; you’ll still be surrounded by wide-open spaces and an abundance of wildlife to feed your cowboy dreams. It’s said that the majority of America’s pronghorn antelope live within a 90-minute drive of Casper – where the deer and the antelope play indeed!
Just because you want to be a cowboy doesn’t mean that you have to sleep like one though. RV camping at Casper KOA is a fairly luxurious experience with full hookups with 50 amp electrical service available too, 80-foot-long sites for your motorhome rental, a swimming pool, a miniature golf course, a playground for the kids, and a pet area for your furry pals.
The RV park is actually a short distance to the north of Casper in the town of Bar Nunn. Looking at it from the air, you might notice something a little strange about the town’s layout; it’s built on the runways of a former airport. All the better for RV camping though – those long, straight roads make maneuvering a large vehicle a whole lot easier.
If you’re a golfer, you’ll love that the Casper KOA is only a short distance from two public courses, one of which was designed by famed architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr. You can also glimpse the splendor of the Casper Mountains about 15 miles to the south of town. If you’re a hiker, this is one of the more popular spots for outdoor recreation in the area.
With Interstate 25 providing quick access to Casper, you should be able to reach the city’s attractions in under ten minutes when you book an RV in Natrona County, Wyoming. Gas stations are predominately located along the highway in Casper, but there are one or two available in Bar Nunn too. The small city of Glenrock is also within easy driving distance and offers some conveniences along with a few historical sites to explore.
There’s certainly no shortage of ways to enjoy nature when you rent a camper near Casper. For a quick hike, consider the Garden Creek Falls Trail, which is only 1.3 miles long. It visits a stunning waterfall and can easily be completed in an hour or two by just about any fitness level.
The North Platte River running just west of town also has a great trail system that is very popular with bird watchers. You can also get out on the water by renting a boat from one of the outfitters in Casper. Currents are relatively light; so don’t worry if you don’t have much experience.
Should you be feeling adventurous, one of the best day trips to take with your Bar Nunn camper rental is to Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, north of the Wyoming-Montana border. The deep and beautiful rock formation is a popular recreation spot for boaters, kayakers, and hikers, particularly during the hot summer months.
If you want to know more about Wyoming’s cowboy days, your first stop should be the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper. This fascinating interactive museum will have you doing everything from pulling a pioneer-era handcart to handling beaver pelts like a real-life fur trapper. There’s a lot to see here, so be sure to budget a fair amount of time to explore all the exhibits.
Want to go farther back in time? Check out the Tate Geological Museum, which covers dinosaurs, wooly mammoths, and other creatures that lived millions of years ago. The museum is part of Casper College and isn’t particularly big, but if you’re interested in archeology, this is a must-see attraction when you're camping at Casper KOA.
Maybe history isn’t your thing though; well, fortunately, Casper also has a great selection of restaurants and bars to explore. Cuisines range from classic American to a few ethnic options (Mexican, Indian, Vietnamese), but the go-to thing to try is a bison burger. The lean, meaty goodness of one is sure to be a lifelong memory of the time you went motorhome camping in Casper.
For a bit of culture, check out the Casper Theater, conveniently located right in the middle of town. It’s a small space, and just a few productions are put on every other month, but they are well worth seeing if they coincide with your trip. It’s a chance to see the community really come together for the arts, and it’s always an entertaining experience.