Casper, Wyoming

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Young Professionals

Downtown Casper is working hard to build up to be a place that young professionals as well as families can have some fun. David Street Station, a newly built outdoor space for concerts and performances, is the centerpiece of this effort. It even has a splash pad for the summer that converts to an ice rink in the winter. Downtown also plays host to summer street parties called Casper Art Walk every first Thursday of the month. You will also find plenty of boutique shopping, excellent restaurants and plenty of microbreweries and craft distilleries all available a short walk from the downtown condos/apartments.

  • Downtown

East Casper


Most neighborhoods in Casper are pleasant for families. The most notable cautionary tale you hear is to avoid “North Casper” although there certainly are locals in that area who defend certain sections. East Casper in particular is a more affluent part of town with bigger homes, bigger yards and better safety ratings. Casper College, Natrona High School and many of the excellent elementary schools are in this area of town and they serve as anchors for families looking to raise their children in a neighborhood with good schools.
One particular street and area within East Casper is South Chestnut St. that was named the Nicest Place in Wyoming in recent years and a finalist for being the national winner. Tight communities and supportive families are hallmarks of both this particular set of blocks but much of Casper in general.

  • East Casper
  • South Chestnut St.