• Tate Pumphouse

    Restaurant4The 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 and ... READ MORE »
  • Amoco Park Trailhead Rehabilitation Receives WYDOT TAP Funding

    The Platte River Trails Trust received WYDOT TAP funding to upgrade the Amoco Park trailhead facility. This project will include a complete upgrade to the trailhead area. This project will improve safety and access for all trail users.   Amoco Park is strategically located at the intersection of Poplar Street and 1st Street, approximately 3/4 of a ... READ MORE »
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    • Amoco Park to Feature Bart Rea Learning Circle

      CircleThe Learning Circle – An Upcoming Improvement within Amoco Park for Nature Performances ∙ Education ∙ Yoga ∙ Meditation ∙ Theater ∙Art ∙Music ∙ Exercise. The Learning Circle will provide a multipurpose and artistic outdoor gathering space arced by cottonwoods and amphitheater seating facing the North Platte River and Casper Mountain. The construction of the Circle, ... 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 »
    • Ft. Caspar Underpass Update

      Ft.CasparParkThe long anticipated construction of an underpass at the intersection of 13th Street and Wyoming Blvd. at Ft. Caspar is set to go out to bid in December of 2014.  It feels like this project has been on the drawing board for some time now and the Platte River Trails Board is anxious to see ... READ MORE »