Cheyenne is a great Capitol City with many community amenities.
Whether it is more on the historic side, artsy scene or the sports end of the spectrum, there is never a dull moment in Cheyenne. There are eight community parks, 16 neighborhood parks, 2 linear parks including Dry Creek Parkway between College and Highway 30. Dry Creek Parkway has different amenities including; disc golf and picnic areas. Baseball and softball fields pepper the town and allow the community to either go watch local games or go toss around the ball with friends and family.
Skate Parks & Downtown:
The skate park is always a fun place to be, where residents can be the one on the skateboard or the one observing the skaters. It is a dynamic community with offerings for everyone. Downtown Cheyenne is where residents and visitors can visit the different murals on the buildings, take a trolley and carriage rides to the various historic sites, visit the old Governor’s Mansion, the State museum and have photo-ops with all the big boots around downtown.
The Depot Plaza is the place where people spend their lunch hour or Friday night listening to music while enjoying the fresh air. During the month of June, you can witness the Cheyenne Gunslingers reenact the old west shootouts on 15th Street also, which is down the road from the Depot Plaza. Between the Civic Center, the Atlas Theater and the Cheyenne Little Theater, anyone who enjoys artistic culture in their life is always able to find some of it at our theaters and Civic Center.
Laramie County Library Systems:
Cheyenne is very proud of its award winning library. If someone is looking for a specific book or just want to try something new, go to the library and the staff there can point them in the right directions. With meeting rooms and different sections for different reading levels, there is something for everyone who ventures into the bright, spacious library.