• Tate Pumphouse Perfect Setting for Weddings & Events

    Tate-biz-outsideThe Pumphouse is now available for rental for private parties and functions. Call 472-0532 for details.   The Tate Pump House was restored and renovated in 2009, in support of our organization’s mission to preserve the scenic, natural and historic value of the North Platte River. The Tate Pumphouse Trail Center is centrally located along the River Trail ... READ MORE »
  • Phase I of the Casper College to Rotary Park Project Set for 2016

    SouthEntranceofCCtoMtn._edited-1The Platte River Trails Trust, and our partner Natrona County, received a $375,000 WYDOT TAP grant for Phase I of an important community project that will construct a trail from Casper College to Rotary Park on Casper Mountain. This project dovetails with the City of Casper’s new bike lane on Durbin St. and the improvements ... READ MORE »
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    • Public Invited to the PRTT Annual Meeting

      PRP Board Pic 1-15 1Please join the Platte River Trails Trust Board of Directors for our Annual Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 17th from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. at the Tate Pumphouse Trail Center. Mingle with the all volunteer PRTT Board and learn about projects on the drawing board for 2016 and beyond. READ MORE »
    • Platte River Trails Will Construct Trail Along Robertson Road

      Pathway Exhibit 2Thanks to a Wyoming Department of Transportation TAP grant, the Platte River Trails Trust has begun the design for a trail along Robertson Road on Casper’s west side. The west side of Casper is growing exponentially along with the need for safe non-motorized transportation options. This project along Robertson Road will be a continuation of ... READ MORE »
    • Amoco Park Trailhead Rehab

      AmocoParkThanks to a grant from the Wyoming Department of Transportation TAP grant and match from Natrona County the Amoco Park trailhead facility will receive a major rehab in spring of 2016 that will vastly improve accessibility and safety in Amoco Park, the first park developed along the Platte River Trail.  The current lower lot has ... READ MORE »