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Top 17 Neighborhood Amenities in Paradise Valley, Casper

Paradise Valley is definitely one of the greenest and most unique neighborhoods of Casper. This park inhabited area is embraced by the North Platte River all through, where the Battle of Platte Bridge took place, and it is renowned for its mix of occupational and cultural groups. Nevertheless, it is more known for the Fort Caspar, now a historic landmark, which served once as a military post of the United States Army. There is something in the air about Paradise Valley, that will gain your trust and your love right away, and this area knows how to take care of its inhabitants and their needs, be those strictly educational or recreational. Well then, welcome to Paradise Valley!

North Platte Physical Therapy

North Platte Physical Therapy at their Casper offices are dedicated to providing the best orthopedic care to central Wyoming. Their staff specializes in spine and extremities. They use manual therapy and exercise treatment and techniques for treating back, muscle, join and tendon injuries. They also provide comprehensive physical and occupational therapy services to the orthopedic, pediatric and geriatric patients.
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Best Friends Animal Health Center

Best Friends Animal Health Center is a full-service veterinary hospital offering the quality service your pet needs. Their modern veterinary care methods provide the foundation upon which they strive to keep every pet and owner happy. From routine preventive care for your pets to early detection and treatment of a wide range of conditions and diseases and surgical care, they possess the expertise and TLC to provide the care your pet needs at every stage of life. A vet is on duty call 24 hours a day.

Hours: Monday – Friday – 7:30am – 5:30pm
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Central Wyoming Fair & Rodeo

It is well known among the locals that checking out the Central Wyoming Fair Rodeo is one of the best ways to experience and to inhale the community spirit of Casper. Folks and families gather together for exhibitions and all kinds of competitions. There are plenty spinning carnival rides, that will keep on their toes even the most ardent of the thrill seekers.

Dollar Tree

The Dollar Tree store is the one place where shopping actually turns into a fun-tastic experience, where new hidden treasures can be discovered every week. Entire families come to enjoy their hunting for that special something. The store is well lit and bright, clean and organized. The store offers a broad mixture of merchandise, including national and regional brands. The Dollar Tree is all about the thrill of the hunt!

Hours: Monday – Sunday: 9am – 9pm
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Walmart

In the Walmart Supercenter, you can find everything, at quite a reasonable price: tire and lube, gardening tools, pharmaceutical supplies and so on. And you can always rely on the employees whenever you have trouble finding something you need. It is quite easy to get lost in this huge superstore and its choice of products. This store also has Garden, Vision and Photo Centers, and Site to Store. You can get your cart full anytime, because it's open 24 hours.
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Shepherd of the Valley Healthcare Community

Shepherd of the Valley Healthcare Community is Wyoming's largest skilled nursing facility and it offers a variety of services to their residents and the Casper community. Their therapy department and its dynamic staff provide physical, occupational and speech therapy. They have state-of-the-art equipment and they work together as a team to help all of those who need their help. The facility also offers an in house medical director.
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Paradise Valley Christian School

Paradise Valley Christian School is a private, PreK-12, non-denominational Christian school located in Casper, which was founded in 1978 in response to a growing need for a safe and pure learning environment. They offer an independent, academically challenging curriculum with an emphasis on reading, writing, critical thinking, character development and of course, personal responsibility. Academic learning is built on a foundation of daily Bible study, prayer and the development of an ever-deepening relationship with religion.
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Paradise Valley Park

The beautiful Paradise Valley Park is located close to the Paradise Valley Country Club. Their beauty, perhaps, is not identical, but both of these places are unique in their own way. The facilities of the park include a fitness course, where you can work out every morning, tennis courts, a basketball court which is wheelchair accessible. The park is also often used for various sporting events.
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Paradise Valley Elementary School

Paradise Valley Elementary School focuses on math, (through the Bridges and Connected Math programs) and literacy (in the Readers/Writers Workshop), but the school's curriculum offers much more. Students also participate in book club discussions and in guided reading groups. They can also participate in a variety of before and after-school activities, hence clubs are developed each year. Fifth and sixth-graders can play basketball and volleyball through the Casper Rec Center. The school also offers tutoring, which is available before and after school, and support for children with special needs. Breakfast is usually served before classes.

Hours: 8:40am – 3:35pm; Grades: PreK – 5
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Paradise Valley Country Club

You won't believe that 50 years ago the site that became Paradise Valley Country Club was simply a nice piece of Platte River bottom land – good for grazing and tree-less. Now, the founders have transformed it into a little piece of Paradise – a lush, tree-lined course with unsurpassed playability. It is located on the West side of Casper, well-situated to provide a unique golf experience. It also offers an outstanding private club dining facility open year round, providing delightful menu choices.
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Paradise Valley Asian Cuisine

Paradise Valley Asian Cuisine is labeled by the locals as the best Chinese restaurant in town. The food is extremely tasty, and the staff is very friendly. Not to mention the fast delivery. This is the right place for you if you like your Singapore noodles and your curry fresh, delicious and well-flavoured. Be sure to try the yellow chicken curry and the Mongolian beef – the best there ever were in town.

Hours: Monday – Friday – 11am – 9pm; Saturday – Sunday – 12pm – 9pm
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Silver Fox Restaurant & Lounge

Silver Fox Restaurant & Lounge is Wyoming's premier fine establishment, casual lounge, and elite catering service. It has been serving Casper and its citizens since 1980, and they pride themselves on offering only the foods of the best quality, with unparalleled service. The satisfaction of their customer is their focus. The foods in their traditional and innovative menu, is prepared only from their finest and freshest meat, offering the perfect taste and texture to the dish.

Hours: Monday – 5am – 9:30pm; Tuesday – Saturday – 11am – 9:30pm; Sunday – closed.
*Reservations are recommended
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Morad Park

Morad Park is a off-leash dog park located in the city of Casper and it is extremely dog friendly. Here you can have hours of fun with your pets without having them bound to a leash. If your dog is a strong swimmer, the North Platte River runs through the park and will come to the rescue. Though be careful, the current can be quite strong at times. Morad Park is the only place in Natrona County where you can take your dog for a off-leash series of entertainment.
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Centennial Park

Centennial Park was established in 1989 at Fort Casper, the year when it was the Centennial of Wyoming. In honor of long time families, and pioneers in the community of Casper, a brick wall was created in the park. This wall was used for the purpose of fundraisers for the entire park, with people buying a brick with their their own names or an ancestor name engraved on it.
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Fort Caspar Museum

Fort Caspar Museum, central Wyoming's regional history museum, collects, preserves and exhibits materials that are related to the history of Fort Caspar, to the City of Casper itself, to the Natrona County and central Wyoming. It features exhibits related to prehistoric people, Plains Indians, ranching, the energy industry, as well as the western emigrant trails and the frontier army.
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Fort Caspar Campground

Fort Caspar Campground is the Gateway to the Intermountain West, located in the historic corner of Casper, on the beautiful North Platte River. It is surrounded by wildlife, bits of history and the beauty of nature. Here you can find plenty of recreation within walking distance, including hiking, wildlife watching and lots of photo opportunities. There are also two private fishing ponds and a large picnic area. This is one of the few campgrounds in the area open year round with full amenities.
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Izaak Walton Park

Izaak Walton Park is a beautiful and well manicured campground in Paradise Valley, embraced by the North Platte River. This place and all of its amenities are set to offer and create all the comforts and home, where you can sit back and relax in a soothing atmosphere, with your friends and family. You can also find RV parks in the area, to make sure that the memories you create will be remembered and enjoyed for a long time.
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Top 17 Neighborhood Amenities in Paradise Valley, Casper