State highways in Wyoming
Wyoming Highway 259 is an 18.00-mile-long (28.97 km) north-south state highway located in northeastern Natrona County, north of Casper, in the east-central part of the U.S. state of Wyoming. The highway is the former routing of U.S. Route 87, after that highway was relocated onto Interstate 25 team uniforms football.
Wyoming Highway 259 begins its southern end at an interchange with I-25/US 87 (Exit 210) best hydration for running. Highway 259 heads north 18.00 miles (28.97 km) to the Town of Midwest just east of the Town of Edgerton mens football tops. Here WYO 259 comes to an end at Wyoming Highway 387 near the Salt Creek Oil Field. Highway 259 is the fastest route for travelers between Casper and Midwest sports water bottles.
Wyoming Highway 259 is the former routing of U.S. Route 87 prior to relocation along Interstate 25.
The entire route is in Natrona County.