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; Formerly Casper Events Center
Cheyenne Frontier Days Arena Cheyenne Cheyenne 1897 19,000 Host of Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, concerts & events
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 29,181 Home of Wyoming Cowboys football (Mountain West)
UW Arena-Auditorium Cheyenne Laramie 1982 15,028 Home of Wyoming Cowboys & Cowgirls basketball (Mountain West)
War Memorial Fieldhouse Cheyenne Laramie 1951 2,400 Home of Wyoming Cowboys & Cowgirls track & field (Mountain West); Hosts the annual Cowboy Wrestling Open
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