Paradise Valley to Robertson Road Bridge
We continue to be committed to the completion of the Paradise Valley to Robertson Road Bridge project. This project will not only extend the River Trail to Casper’s western boundary but will also be a first step in more conservation of the North Platte River Corridor and an eventual connection to the Rim Rock recreation area.
Morad to Mountain Plaza Shopping Center Trail
Completed in September 2021, the Morad to Mountain Plaza Shopping Center Trail will allow trail users to utilize the trail in Morad Park, travel safely across CY avenue into to the Mountain Plaza Shopping Center and destinations on the west side of Wyoming Boulevard including the Wolf Creek neighborhood and more.
Casper Mountain Road Trail
The Casper Mountain Road trail provides a direct link between downtown Casper and Rotary Park. Bike lanes along Durbin Street allow users to access the safe and separate trail along Casper Mountain Road that travels from Casper College south for approximately 1.5 miles. The project was completed in 2018.
Dylan's Dog Park at The Tate Pumphouse
This fenced dog park is centrally located along the Platte River Trail at the Tate Pumphouse and provides a safe, fenced area for dogs to enjoy off leash. This project was brought to you by the Platte River Trails Trust Board of Directors with special thanks to Bruce English, Board Chair, Kendall Bryce, Joni Hedstrom-Sides, Michaels Fence, Mobile Concrete, Pope Construction, Grizzly Excavating, and Forterra.
General Trail Maintenance
In 2018 the Platte River Trails Trust will embark on major capital maintenance of the River Trail. The section of the River Trail from east of Crossroads Park past the Overlook Shelter for approximately 3000 LF will be replaced with a 10-foot wide concrete pathway. The trail east of the new concrete trail to the Pedestrian Bridge will receive a new asphalt overlay. Maintenance of our community trail system, including the Rails to Trails is a top priority for the Platte River Trails Trust Board.