If you love the wilderness, you’ll love this place. Rent a car in Wyoming and head out for new adventures...
Wyoming is a truly diverse and interesting place for those who enjoy natural history – and with temperatures ranging from -11C to 31C, whether you're a skier or a sunbather, you're sure to find something for you.
To bag a bargain on your Wyoming car rental simply fill out the search form on this page and tell us when you want to pick and drop off your hire car, the type of car you require and the age of the driver and then hit search and let us do the rest, meaning that on arrival at Natrona County Airport, your car is ready and waiting for you.
Hiring a car can really improve your stay in Wyoming. With the city of Casper only 20 minutes away, and Wyoming's biggest city, Cheyenne, three hours away by car, car rental in Wyoming really is a great idea. Search with TravelSupermarket, and we'll help you find the best cheap car hire in Wyoming.
At TravelSupermarket we can help you save money on your Wyoming car hire by comparing car rental prices and deals from more than 25 car hire companies. We'll search the market to find you cheap car hire in Wyoming in seconds. The best deal on Wyoming car hire or Casper car rental will usually be found when you book in advance of your visit. There are car-rental offices at Casper-Natrona County International Airport as well as many hire locations in the downtown districts of Wyoming’s towns and cities.
You’re behind the wheel of your Wyoming car rental, you’ve got the USA’s least populous state stretched out before you…
So where do you go? There are few places on earth, let alone in America, that offer up such a vast wilderness and dozens of great places to explore. Wyoming is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of place that demands to be discovered. Remember though that this is a very big region and some trips within the state can take many hours.
It’s likely that you will arrive at the airport in Casper. It’s a great place to begin your Wyoming adventure. It’s a fairly modern but small city that is dwarfed by the epic countryside and mountains that surround it. Despite its relative size, it packs a fair old punch in the attraction stakes. You’ll find museums, art centres, rodeo, historic trails and some utterly mouth-watering restaurants where beef is always a speciality.
Elsewhere in Wyoming is Yellowstone National Park, home to the Old Faithful Geyser. Devil's Tower national monument, and many more sites of exquisite natural beauty, can be found across Wyoming's 98,000 square miles.
A two-hour drive north west of Casper will bring you to another natural wonder of Wyoming – the relaxing Hot Springs State Park. Here you can take advantage of free bathing in the hot mineral springs and hiking trails along the Big Horn River.