Rotary Club of Casper

Crossroads Adventure Park & Outdoor Bouldering Park

Crossroads Adventure Park

The Rotary Club of Casper constructed the Crossroads Adventure Park in May of 2004. The 10,000 sq. ft park was created in 5 days by over 2,3000 volunteers and the total project cost (not including volunteer hours and materials) was more than $150,000! Since then, it has gained the reputation of being one of the best parks in the city, often referred to by locals as “Castle Park.” This is also the location for the proposed outdoor bouldering park project and serves as the finish line for Rotary Club of Casper’s Great Duck Derby!

The Creation of the Adventure Park

Getting There

Bouldering Park

We broke ground on the new bouldering park on Monday, June 28th after years of fundraising, planning, and approvals. The boulder park made it’s grand debut at the 2021 Duck Derby to great fanfare! We hope you take the time to check it out in person sometime soon, as well as help us spread the word.

The park is free to the public. Even though the park was donated to the city of Casper, we will tend to long-term maintenance, and USA Climbing–certified route-setters will arrange routes and replace handholds.

Photo Gallery

Project details