Site Facilities Fort Bridger State Historic Site can be reached by taking Interstate 80, Exit 34 then going approximately three miles south. Established by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez in 1843, as an emigrant supply stop along the Oregon Trail. It was obtained by the Mormons in the early 1850s, and then became a military… Read more »
Cities: Fort Bridger
Backway Basics The Muddy Creek Historic Backway provides access to locations well off the beaten path. Twenty-five miles of back roads will lead you from a real western ghost town to Muddy Creek, one of the most famous camping spots of the western migration. A Popular Campsite There was good water and plenty of grass,… Read more »
Fort Bridger R.V. Park Located at the base of the base of The Rocky Mountains in Historic Fort Bridger WY! Seconds from Historic Fort Bridger. Only a short drive to the High Uinta's, Gateway to Fishing, Hiking, Mountain Biking and hundreds of miles of ATV Trails.
Located across from Historic Fort Bridger, 2 miles off freeway. Quiet location with clean rooms. All rooms are ground level. Non-smoking facility. Air conditioning, cable TV, refrigerators and microwaves. Restaurant on site.