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Alcova Trailer Lottery

Anyone interested in purchasing a trailer at the Alcova Reservoir trailer park needs to contact the Natrona County Parks office to be placed on the lottery list.

  • You will need to provide a written request that includes your name, address and phone number. Sign and date your request.
  • Email the request to [email protected], mail to P.O. Box 848, Mills, WY 82644 or fax to (307) 265-2743.
  • When a current trailer owner decides to sell their trailer, Natrona County will randomly select names off the lottery list and provide them to the owner.
  • Names are valid during the year your name appears on the list. If you are not selected, you will need to reapply the next year starting in February.

For more information, please contact the Parks Department at (307) 235-9311.

Alcova Trailer Lottery Anyone interested in purchasing a trailer at the Alcova Reservoir trailer park needs to contact the Natrona County Parks office to be placed on the lottery list.

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Bobby Stuart became a millionaire with two lottery wins in just four months — but still lives in a beat-up old trailer in Maine.

“Ain’t nothing really different,” the 65-year-old tractor driver told the Boston Globe. “I do the same thing over and over.”

Stuart struck gold with the Maine State Lottery, winning $1 million from a scratch ticket earlier this year, then another $100,000 just four months later.

He gave a portion of his winnings to each of his three kids — and so far has not splurged on anything for himself.

“I put new windows in my trailer,” he told the paper of the weathered trailer in Kennebunkport that he has called home for more than 40 years.

He also admits to occasionally treating himself to a lobster roll for dinner rather than the usual burger or hot dog. “It’s only $10.99 with fries,” he stressed. “Pretty big, too.”

His son Greg, who once won $250,000 from the state lotto himself, says his dad has no intentions of moving.

“Everybody I talk to says, ‘Why doesn’t he buy a new house?’” the 46-year-old said of his dad. “I say, ‘He doesn’t want one.’ ”

Despite showing no desires to spend his winnings, Stuart says he still buys lotto tickets — and even recently won another $500.

Bobby Stuart became a millionaire with two lottery wins in just four months — but still lives in a beat-up old trailer in Maine. Stuart struck gold with the Maine State Lottery, winning $1 million from a scratch ticket earlier this year, then another $100,000 just four months later.