The City of Midwest, WY
The city of Midwest is located in the state of Wyoming in Natrona County and has a population of 438 as reported by the census of 2010. The largest nearby city to Midwest is Casper, approximately 18 miles from the city center.There are several family restaurants in or near Midwest, including Subway Sandwiches, Kaycee Bunkhouse, Kaycee Sinclair, Whiners and On the Run Deli Sinclair. For a larger selection of Midwest restaurants select our Restaurants tab above. Visitors and residents can enjoy nearby Midwest Arenas and/or Museums, including the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, Casper Events Center and Fort Caspar Museum and Historic Site. For a more complete list of attractions in or around the city of Midwest please click on the Attractions tab above. The following airport is located in or near Midwest:
- Casper Natrona County Intl. Airport (CPR)
Midwest, Wyoming Climate and WeatherIn the month of January, Midwest experiences an average high temperature of 34 degrees Fahrenheit. Low temperaturs in January are usually about 10 degrees with an average rainfall of 0.54 inches. The seasonal climate varies in Midwest with daytime temperatures averaging 84 degrees in the summer, and 36 degrees in the winter months. Visitors can also expect Midwest to receive an average of 0.62 inches of rainfall per/month during winter months and 0.98 inches of rainfall per/month in the summer months. The temperature has been known to get as high as 106 degrees in the summer and as low as -40 degrees in the winter so visitors planning a vacation to Midwest should check the weather forecast to determine proper attire prior to departure. Spring and Fall bring average daytime temperatures of 59 degrees, and nighttime lows of 31.
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Midwest, Wyoming Attractions
1Casper Events Center - Casper,
The Casper Events Center is a 8,395-seat multi-purpose arena in Casper, Wyoming in the US. The arena was built in April 1982, and also seats up to 9,700 for concerts and meetings. It is home to the Wyoming Cavalry arena football team and the Broadway in Casper theatre series.
2Fort Caspar Museum and Historic Site - Casper,
Fort Caspar was a military post of the United States Army in present-day Wyoming, named after 2nd Lieutenant Caspar Collins, a U.S. Army officer who was killed in the 1865 Battle of the Platte Bridge Station against the Lakota and Cheyenne. Originally founded in 1859 along the banks of the North Platte River as a trading post and toll bridge on the Oregon Trail, the post was later taken over by the Army and named Platte Bridge Station to protect emigrants and the telegraph line against raids from Lakota and Cheyenne in the ongoing wars between those nations and the United States.
3National Historic Trails Interpretive Center - Casper,
The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center is a 11,000-square-foot interpretive center about several of the National Historic Trails, and is located northwest of Casper, Wyoming on Interstate 25. It is operated through a partnership between the Bureau of Land Management, the City of Casper, and the National Historic Trails Center Foundation. The center offers interpretive programs, exhibits, multi-media presentations, and special events.
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