Those living in Wright homes value safety and living in a vibrant, family oriented community. There are many recreational activities available and community activities happen throughout the year. Wright Days is a much anticipated event every summer. Residents enjoy a parade, activities for the kids, including face painting and a bounce castle, vehicle races, mud volleyball, tasty food, and fun times together. The community calendar is full of things going on in town. Watch for dances, steer wrestling clinics, rodeo schools, barrel races, holiday celebrations, and much more.
There are many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors near Wright homes. The Coal Country Community Garden offers space for gardening. It is inexpensive and includes the help of several certified master gardeners. Residents enjoy spending time at parks in the city. These include Pioneer Park, Tatanka Park, and Gibson Park. There is some great playground equipment at these parks and movies in the park are offered in Gibson Park over the summer. Enjoy the fresh air on the nearly eight miles of walking paths throughout the city or at Panther Pond and Park. Check out the new visitor center at the pond, go fishing, and watch for wildlife.
Campbell County Public Schools serves those living in Wright real estate. The community really supports students and the staff is very caring. Cottonwood Elementary School serves those in grades kindergarten through sixth grade and Wright Junior/Senior High School serves those in grades seven through 12. Families enjoy spending time at the Wright Recreation Center. This center is newly opened and includes fitness equipment, a lap pool and lazy river, hot tub, locker rooms, a gymnasium, and much more. Take a look at the available classes and activities and consider signing up. Golfers are invited to play Hay Creek Golf Club and families are encouraged to check out the Wright Centennial Museum to learn more about the area and the Wright Branch Library.