No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Casper
Travel Blogs from Casper
... of the Third Kind. Again great riding and highly recommended. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devils_ Tower From there it was on to Custer, wind blew like hell all the way here. Notable "sights" were the Nodding Donkeys and the highly controversial Hydraulic Fracking Wells that dot the ...
... museum on the grounds that explained the context of the forts development to protect settlers in the area since the US broke the treaty and allowed settlement in Indian Territory. They had uniforms and fire arms as well as Indian clothing. The displays then talked about the development of the city of Casper. One of the pieces that we found interesting was that back in the 1930's the police were doing such a good job enforcing prohibition ...
... their name in the huge rock. The other significance of its name was that if the settlers reached that point by the 4th of July they were pretty sure they would clear the mountains ahead before snow clogged the passes. This monument was about an hour southwest of Casper. By this time we were getting a bit tired of the long drive in the air conditioned car – Then we started thinking about the settlers walking beside their ...
We got a late start this morning after spending time outside the Evanston Library where we accessed the wifi and posted our blogs for the past few days, having had no cell service in the Ruby Mountains. Today we drove a little over 300 miles to Casper, Wyoming, a pretty town. For the last 100 miles, we skirted a menacing-looking storm and ...
... strange. First of all, US-20W in Nebraska was supposed to be a scenic highway, and there were some interesting hills and buttes. We found two marked scenic overlooks and stopped at them both. The first looked like it hadn't been mowed yet this year, and the trees had grown up to block the view. The only view we saw was a bunch of guys golfing at the 3rd hole. We had to walk back out onto the road to see the scenic view. The second ...