Information and History
The Casper Boat Club is a private club for sailing and power boating enthusiasts
located on Alcova Lake, approximately 30 miles southwest of Casper,
Wyoming on Lakeshore Drive. The club, during season, operates a full
service restaurant, bar and dining room. The clubhouse has complete
bath facilities with showers.
For our 300 plus members, the club provides leased slip space for
watercraft of varying sizes, a courtesy dock and gas dock with a Gasboy
dispenser. The club grounds are well maintained and offer a
variety of RV camping spaces as well as an outdoor patio, large lawn
area, swim beach with shelter. Two loading ramps are provided and
maintained including one with deep water access for deep hulled craft.
The club offers a variety
and activities each year including the annual Governor's Cup race and
regatta which draws sailors from across Wyoming and from many
surrounding states. Other events include an Independence Day
fireworks display, casino night, Commodore's party, Mother's Day
brunch, and many other special events throughout the season.
The club is governed by a board of nine elected directors
who select their flag officers from their ranks. Directors are
elected for a term of three years. The board meets monthly on the
third Monday of each month. Members are welcome to attend the regular
board meetings and, if they desire to address the board, are
asked to be placed on the agenda prior to the meeting by contacting the
Much of the board's work involves budget development and management to
maintain and improve the club. A history of club improvements
since 1958 is available here.
The Casper Boat Club reciprocates with many other yacht and boat clubs
across the nation as well as the Casper Petroleum Club and Casper
Country Club whose members are allowed use of the Casper Boat Club's
For a map of the Alcova area click here.
For a map of how to get to Alcova click here.
The Casper Boat Club is not open to the public.