Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
CAM-PLEX Multi-Event Facilities Casper Gillette 1985 9,000 1,000+ acres; Fine arts theatre, convention/exhibit hall, 2 multi-purpose pavilions, racetrack, rodeo grounds, 1,730 RV sites & more
Ford Wyoming Center Casper Casper 1982 8,000 Hosts the College National Finals Rodeo, basketball, volleyball, wrestling tournaments
Cheyenne Frontier Days Arena Cheyenne Cheyenne 1897 19,000 Host of Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, concerts & events
War Memorial Fieldhouse Cheyenne Laramie 1951 2,400 Home of University of Wyoming Cowboys & Cowgirls track & field (MWC); Hosts the annual Cowboy Wrestling Open
UW Tennis Complex Cheyenne Laramie 2011 6 indoor & 8 outdoor courts
Cheyenne Ice & Events Center Cheyenne Cheyenne 2000 2,000 Hosts sporting events, concerts, tradeshows, ice events; Home of Cheyenne Capitals Youth Hockey
Snow King Sports & Events Center Jackson Jackson 1993 1,500 Home of Jackson Hole Moose Hockey, Skating Club of Jackson Hole, JacksonHoleLive Concert Series; Hosts public ice skating, adult & youth recreation leagues
Casper Ice Arena Casper Casper 1990 Offers public skating, figure skating, hockey, curling, special events; Home of the Casper Skating School
Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium Cheyenne Laramie 1950 32,580 Home of University of Wyoming Cowboys football (MWC)
UW Arena-Auditorium Cheyenne Laramie 1982 15,028 Home of University of Wyoming Cowboys & Cowgirls basketball (MWC)