Spring break is just around the corner, so now is the time to get a game plan for the kiddos. This time of year it is a roll of the dice on the weather. It could be a perfect day for a picnic, or it could be a good day to build a snowman. So we wanted to fill this list with a lot of good options - indoors and outdoors. Regardless, there are fun things for anyone the age of 2-years of age to 99-years of age.

Not all of these location have the same hours of operation, please visit each location's website to plan your trip accordingly.

If we missed any event, please let us know on Facebook or send us an email here. We will do our best to update this list as we get more information.

Platte River Trail - If the weather is permitting, go on a hike on one of Casper's paved trails Do some bird watching. See if you can find animal tracks in the mud.

The Science Zone - Science can be fun. Have your kids play with the exhibits or sign up for one of their classes or camps.

The Nicolaysen Art Museum - Enrich the creative side of the brain with a trip to the Nic. Stop by for a quick visit or sign up for an Art Lab.

The Werner Wildlife Museum - Explore the wide world of wild animals right here in Casper. The Werner Museum houses an extensive collection of over 400 birds, fish, and animals from around the globe.

Fort Caspar Museum - Imagine Casper before it was a town at the historic Fort Caspar. It is an affordable place to visit, and you can learn about our rich history.

National Historic Trails Interpretive Center - Casper was a major junction for the Oregon, Mormon, California, and Pony Express Trails. All of the history is bundled up in this one fantastic location.

Natrona County Public Library - The library has more than just books these days. You can check out video games, movies, comic books, and - yes - regular books, too. If the weather is nice, why not enjoy reading a book in the park?

Tate Geologic Museum - Take a trip back to the Cretaceous or Jurassic at the Tate Geologic Museum. A lot of Casper's wealth and notoriety came from oil. Oil that may have, at one point long ago, been a dinosaur. The Cowboy State could easily be the Dino State with as many fossils that have been discovered here.

Go see a movie - If your budget allows, go watch the latest blockbuster on the big screen. It is a favorite Casper pastime, and there are plenty of good theaters to choose.

Jump Craze - Are the kids driving you up the walls? You may want to consider letting them BOUNCE off the walls literally. A trip to Jump Craze might be a fun trip that will make the kids ready for nap time.

Go rollerskating - Looking for something active to do with the kids? Why not take them rollerskating. It's a good way to burn up some energy, and you can show the what mom and dad did on a Friday night back in the day.

Visit a Historical Landmark - History is around us everywhere in Wyoming. Take a trip to Independence Rock, Devils Gate, or the Sacajawea gravesite.

Artisan Alley or Pottery By You - Feeling creative? Why not make some art that you can use to decorate your home for years to come.