About Us

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A Residential Community

 

With a population of just under 500, Rolling Hills provides a small community with a country atmosphere.  Relax on your deck while watching the horses graze, or muse while the deer and the antelope play. 

A short jaunt away, residents can enjoy fishing the North Platte River, peaking the sand dunes, foraging through the mountains, and boating at a nearby lake.

Located in the central portion of Wyoming, Rolling Hills is approximately 30 miles east of Casper and 4 miles north of Glenrock. 

Rolling Hills was incorporated as a town in 1984 and continues to hold onto its small population citizenry.  Come take a peek!

 

The Rolling Hills Experience
 

Sit back, relax ...

Population - 450 humans; +/- 100 deer & antelope, horses, and cows; a brood of chickens; a flock of geese; a few goats; the usual dog and cat show; and a peacock or two Climate - this is Wyoming, folks! the flip-flops and the snowboots are packed in the same trunk!
Zoning - single family, residential Average Lot - 2.5 acres
Elevation - 5,354 feet Time Zone - Mountain Standard Time

 

School District
Converse County School District #2, including Glenrock Elementary School (pre-K and grades K-3), Glenrock Intermediate Middle School (grades 4-6), and Glenrock Junior/Senior High School (grades 7-12).  Welcome to Herder Country - We are Proud of our Students!

Local Recreation
Rolling Hills is home to a large, grassy park hosting a shelter, basketball court, sand volleyball pit and playground equipment.  More structures are in the planning phases to add to the park.  Rolling Hills also maintains a bike path / walkway that stretches the length of the town, and a bridle path for the horses on the opposite side of the road.  The sand dunes recreational area is just north of Rolling Hills, while the Platte River is right down the hill.  The nearby town of Glenrock offers a multitude of recreation including a golf course and a rec center.