Cities: Evansville

C’Mon Inn

The C’mon Inn is one of Casper’s newest hotels, offering 125 spacious and beautifully appointed rooms. There are two large extended stay kitchenettes, 10 Jacuzzi suites with tubs for two, and 12 two-room suites. Kids young and old will enjoy the selection of indoor pools and hot tubs the C’mon Inn is famous for. Meeting… Read more »

Comfort Inn Evansville-Casper

Stay rested and refreshed during your travels at the Comfort Inn Casper, located off Interstate 25 in Evansville/Casper, Wyoming. We are just a short drive from attractions such as: Casper Events Center National Historic Trails Center Fort Caspar Historic Museum Nicolayson Art Museum Our close proximity to the North Platte River and several parks also… Read more »

Edness K. Wilkins State Park

Edness K. Wilkins is a serene day-use park for families, nature lovers and those looking for solitude they can enjoy. The huge old cottonwoods, as they cast reflections on the historic North Platte River, lend shade to visitors. The North Platte River provides a natural habitat for a variety of wildlife, and for fishing, canoeing… Read more »

Rivers Edge RV & Cabins Resort

Relaxation!  Beautiful Mountain Views!  Morning walks along the Platte River! River’s Edge RV & Cabins Resort is a large upscale facility that includes 50 RV sites, river’s edge tent sites, and a furnished cabin.  Open year round, it provides superb recreational opportunity to enjoy the numerous local attractions that Casper has to offer.  Scenic and… Read more »

Sleep Inn & Suites

The new Sleep Inn & Suites is conveniently located off of I-25 at exit 182. The hotel is 100% smoke free. Nearby are Eastgate Travel Plaza, Edness K Wilkins Park, and McMurry Business Park. Relax and enjoy our indoor pool and spa, fitness center and deluxe continental breakfast. Virtual Tour

Platte River Crossing

Site Facilities Surrounding land privately owned; no public access. Gift to State by Davis Family. Brief History Because of a large island in the middle, emigrants traveling on the Overland Trail found this a good place to ford the often dangerous North Platte River. Remotely located in a natural desert of sagebrush and grasses, the… Read more »