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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Casper Moving Companies
When you're looking for a reputable moving company, it's important to hire professionals who have experience. Allied Van Lines has been in the industry for several decades and is now known internationally as well. In that time, we've moved families and companies to and from locations within a community, across states and overseas to other countries. We have a qualified agent serving the Casper, WY, area who has nearly 70 years of relocation experience and a customer service rating of 5 out of 5 stars. From Revenue Boulevard to E. Lathrop Road, we can move you anywhere in Casper.
Allied Van Lines has also evolved to accommodate a wide range of client needs. We can supply you with packing materials so you can do the packing yourself. We can connect you with professional movers who are experienced with packing fragile, valuable or larger items securely. Visit with one of our agents to learn the many ways in which we can customize your moving needs. You can choose the services that best suit your budget and offer the most convenience.
The city of Casper can be found in central-eastern Wyoming along the North Platte River and the Laramie Mountains, making for excellent outdoor recreation opportunities. Casper is the county seat of Natrona County and the second-largest city in the state after the capital of Cheyenne.
Casper is the former site of Fort Caspar, which was built in the mid-19th century, and the city’s nickname is “The Oil City” due to its history as an oil boomtown as well as its cowboy culture.
Casper offers a small-city feel with plenty to do but it’s not so big that you’ll feel lost in a crowd. As of the 2012 U.S. Census, the population was 57,813, which increased 16.5 percent since 2000. Even so, Casper remains a very affordable place to live with a cost of living index about 20 percent lower than the national average.
Attractions and Activities in Casper
Learn about the history of your new hometown with a visit to the Fort Caspar Museum. The fort was once a military post of the U.S. army named after 2nd lt. Caspar Collins who was killed in the 1865 Battle of the Platte Bridge Station. The site is now on the National Register of Historic Places, and the fort was partially reconstructed as a museum. It features log buildings, a wooden stockade, and in December history comes to life as a group portrays the 3rd U.S. Infantry reenactment.
Head to the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center to learn about the many National Historic Trails that have, or still go, through Casper through programs, exhibits, multimedia presentations and special events. Here you’ll find displays on the Oregon, California, Mormon Pioneer and Pony Express trails.
Moving to Casper
Ready to relocate to The Oil City? Let a Casper moving company help you with a smooth transition. The city can be found at the intersection of Interstate 25, Wyoming State Route 220 and U.S. Route 20/26. But if you’re flying in, the closest airport is Casper-Natrona County International Airport, located on the outskirts of town. Don’t worry about your car- Allied Van Lines offers vehicle transportation.
Allied offers a variety of services from self-pack materials for those who prefer the do-it-yourself method to full-service and fragile-only packing. Box and furniture inventory and high-value shipping ensures that everything arrives to your new home safely, and disassembly and assembly and unpacking and clean-up services will definitely come in handy after a long day of relocating.