The Robert L. Adams Memorial Archery Range Park is located on the southwest side of Casper Mountain. The range has been in existence since the 1950s. Recent improvements by the Lost Arrow Archers, in conjunction with Natrona County Parks, have made the course one of the region's top archery ranges. Map (PDF)
There are two major courses at the range in addition to a target practice range:
The Animal Range and Target Range are both equally popular especially in the summer months, accommodating 30 - 100 archers every evening. Archers from Wyoming, Alaska, Washington, Idaho, and Montana have been attracted to the courses' beauty and challenge.
The range is free for public use. Don't forget to thank a member of the Lost Arrow Archers and their sponsors for the best archery range in Wyoming. Camping sites are available at the archery range for $10 per night.
Drive South on Casper Mountain Road, up the mountain
At the crest, pass the Broken Spur Cafe
Veer right at the Y in the road - traveling on the road toward the Hogadon Ski Resort
1/4 of a mile before Hogadon, turn left on Micro Road, proceeding approximately one mile, turning left before the small housing area
Travel approximately 1/4 mile and turn right at the T in the road
Proceed 1 1/2 miles to the archery range parking lot
The range is approximately 20 minutes from Casper.