Casper, Wyoming, lies in the heart of the mountain west along the path of the Oregon Trail, beside the North Platte River. Casper is the second largest city in Wyoming. Its central location makes it a heart of industry and commerce in Wyoming serving as a base for many of the energy service companies that work in the state’s oil, gas and uranium fields. Casper serves as transportation hub for the state and has an international airport, railway service, and a significant transloading facility. Casper College, Wyoming’s largest junior college, and joint facilities of Casper College and the University of Wyoming make Casper one of Wyoming’s centers for education as well. Casper boasts a level II trauma hospital as well as a private surgical hospital and numerous surgery centers. With a large number of specialists, Casper has a vibrant and thriving health care community. Finally, with a ski area, reservoir, kayak park, four golf courses and blue ribbon trout fishing within a twenty minute drive, Casper proves to be a great place not only to work, but to live as well.
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