In a place like Wyoming, we’re used to social distancing. But, at the request and advisement of health experts and professionals, we’re taking it one step further. While Wyoming and Casper are open to visitors and no quarantine requirements are in place for any out-of-state travelers, the health, safety and well-being of Wyoming residents and visitors are of the highest priority. If you plan to travel to Wyoming and don’t feel well, please stay home and reschedule your visit for a later date. The latest information related to travel from the CDC can be found here

What to Expect: Current Closures and Restrictions

The Casper Area Visitor Center and the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center are welcoming visitors in a limited capacity. Visitors in Casper may still stop by the Visit Casper office (139 W. 2nd St, Suite 1B) for visitor information Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

There are no local or statewide face covering requirements currently in effect for public spaces, inside or outside, in Casper. However we encourage visitors to travel with a face covering as some businesses and attractions strongly encourage or require them.

Most Casper area museums, retail stores, restaurants and attractions are now open. We strongly advise researching attractions hours and protocols before your visit. 

Casper's hotels and campgrounds are all open and safely welcoming visitors. Click here to learn more about what Casper's hotels are doing to keep guests safe and comfortable. 

Current health orders from the State of Wyoming restrict indoor gatherings to 250 people and outdoor gatherings to 1,000 people as long as 6 feet of social distancing can be maintained. Click here to view a list of local events.  

Dining Out in Casper

Casper restaurants have returned to in-restaurant dining, with social distancing restrictions in place. Many dining establishments will continue to offer delivery and take-out dining. 

Outdoor Recreation

The purchase of non-resident fishing licenses are permitted. Click here to buy a fishing license online or locate a license selling agent in the state. Find a local guide or outfitter here

All Natrona County campgrounds are open to residents and visitors. Read more here.

Wyoming State Parks are open for day-use recreation and overnight camping to residents and visitors. Campers must reserve their site online. Learn more here.

All Casper area hiking and walking trails, North Platte River access points and parks are open to residents and visitors, with social distancing guidelines in place. 

Getting to Casper 

There are currently no travel restrictions in the state of Wyoming or Natrona County.

Casper/Natrona County International Airport continues to welcome flights from Denver and Salt Lake, with car rentals available at the airport. 

Things to know as you travel the state of Wyoming

Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks have started a gradual reopening process with a three-phased approach, that began May 18, 2020. Learn more about current restrictions for Yellowstone here and Grand Teton here

Devils Tower National Monument is now open in a limited capacity. 

Fort Laramie National Historic Site is now open in a limited capacity.

Current health orders from the State of Wyoming restrict indoor gatherings to 50 people and outdoor gatherings to 1,000 people.  

Additional Information for travelers 

- Be sure to follow all CDC, state and local health guidelines.
- When possible, wear a mask when in public.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water.
- If soap and water are not available, use hand sanitizer. 
- Continue to practice social distancing by staying 6 feet away from people outside of your travel party.  
- Be patient and flexible. 
- Make plans in advance, if possible. Casper lodging info can be found here

Additional Public Health Resources: 
Casper-Natrona County Health Department
- Wyoming Department of Health
- Wyoming Medical Center

Casper COVID-19 Resources