Natrona County Parks Department

Natrona County Parks’ 10,768-acre system of urban and mountain parks, trails, lakes, streams, and open space is one of the most diverse recreational areas in all of Wyoming. Our natural environments range from sand dunes and rock cliffs to mountain forests and cool lakes. 

Natrona County Parks offers many recreational opportunities year-round. Here are a few of our most popular options.

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  1. Casper Mountain Camping Coming to a Close

    Beginning October 2, 2023 Casper Mountain camping will not be available due to winter closure. Read on...
  2. Mountain Webcam and Weather

    The Casper Mountain webcam and weather is no longer available. Read on...
  3. Cancellation Policy Update for Camping Reservations System

    Summer is just around the corner and some of us are already dipping toes into camping, even if the waters are still too cold! Read on...
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Camping FAQs

  1. Which campgrounds are first come first served?

Alcova Reservoir

  • Grey Reef
  • Cottonwood
  • Westside
  • Fremont

Pathfinder Reservoir

  • Bishop's Point
  • Wolf Point
  • Sage
  • Weiss
  1. Which campgrounds are reservation only?
  1. How far in advance can I make a camping reservation?
  1. What is the camping fee?
  1. How many tents can I have on a camping site?
  1. Is there water and power at the campground?
  1. Can I use dump station by the Full Hook-Up campground if I am not camping there? How much does it cost?
  1. Is there a fire ban?
  1. Are there shelters on the mountain?
  1. How many vehicles can I have per camping site?
  1. Can I cancel or change my camping reservation?