We're hitting that stretch of summer where the temps are in the low to upper 90's, depending on the day. Staying cool on hot days is important and there many ways to do just that in Casper.

Air Conditioning isn't a thing in many homes in Wyoming, so how to you combat the summer heat? Borrow the AC of others. No, we're not talking about stealing their physical air conditioning units, but taking the family to a location to cool off that isn't going to cost you an arm and a leg.

Of course there are many area swimming options that won't break the bank. You can even buy your own inflatable pool or a stock tank at a local store or online to keep the family cool.

In the Casper area there are many things you can do that is low cost, educational and has air conditioning available. For instance, National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum, Werner Wildlife Museum,  Tate Geological Museum at Casper College, The Nicolaysen Art Museum and The Discovery Center,  and Fort Caspar are all local museums that have free/ low admission fees.

The Natrona County Public Library is another option for you and the family. There are so many books, learning and FUN for the whole family. Free wifi, excitement, education, a great staff to assist in your experience and of course air conditioning are all available at the library

Of course you can always go to the freezer section at any grocery store, but they're surely usher you out when you break out the lawn chairs and coolers!

If you're funding is low and the heat is high in Casper, there are options to ensure a good time and keeping your family cool & comfortable! Enjoy your learning journey.

Here's Where Casper, Wyoming Goes To Cool Off In The Summer

While Wyoming is most often associated with year-round snow those of us that live here know that our Summers can get pretty hot. With temperatures during the day reaching the high 90's and low 100's everyone has their favorite local place to go to cool off. Here are a few of our favorites.