ATV Trails Near Casper, Wyoming

ATV Trails Near Casper, Wyoming
Casper, Wyo., is the second largest city in the state, with a population of just more than 50,000 residents. The city is nestled at the base of Casper Mountain and is the only major populated area in Natrona County. This location offers residents and visitors the ability to enjoy a wide array of outdoor activities, including ATV trails.

Poison Spider Bentonite Pit

The Poison Spider Bentonite Pit is a challenging trail that involves many rocky and steep sections that require intermediate to high level skills to navigate on an ATV. This ATV area has many miles of trail, although the exact amount varies from source to source as there are many non-maintained side trails that can be ridden but also often are not counted in the total trail mileage. This is not a track for beginners and should only be attempted by very experienced ATV riders.

Poison Spider Bentonite Pit
Casper BLM District Office
1701 E. E St.
Casper, WY 82601
307-261-7600

Casper Dirt Riders Motocross and ATV Club

The Casper Dirt Riders Motocross and ATV Club has a private track that is available only to members. However, if you live or will be spending an extended period of time in Casper, joining up to hit these local ATV trails makes sense. The private trails have a combination of novice-, amateur- and some professional-level trails. These are the closest ATV trails to the actual city of Casper, and they are open all year-round for members.

Casper Dirt Riders Motocross & ATV Club
PO Box 1214
Casper, WY 82602
casperdirtridersmx.com

Casper Mountain Trails

While many of them are unnamed, there are many multi-use trails throughout Casper Mountain. ATV enthusiasts need to be aware that all trails are multi-use, which means there are hikers, cyclists, horseback riders and ATVs all on the same trails, so be considerate of others. Bridle Trail off of Rotary Park is one of the most popular routes on the mountain. Which trails are open or closed can vary, based on season and weather, so always check locally to make sure your planned ATV trip can get the green light.

Article Written By Monty Dayton

Monty Dayton is a professional freelance writer who has worked for the ACLU, Touchstone Publishing LLC, the University of Alaska, Fairbanks and many other employers. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from the University of Alaska and loves writing about travel, the outdoors and health topics.

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