Offering a historical small hometown charm, with a relaxing, non-smoking and non-alcohol atmosphere. Fort Laramie’s first and only true family-friendly restaurant with plentiful, authentic home-style cooking. Located on your way to and from the historic Fort at the Intersection of Hwy. 26 -and 160. Reservations are encouraged but not required.
Cities: Fort Laramie
"The Crossroads of a Nation Moving West." This unique historic place preserves and interprets one of America's most important locations in the history of westward expansion and Indian resistance. Fort Laramie, the first garrisoned post in Wyoming, is located adjacent to the town of Fort Laramie near the confluence of the North Platte and Laramie… Read more »
Family owned and operated, the Hungry Cowboy Restaurant & Bar is something our family has wanted to do for a long time. On Fridays, we serve a special cooked meal to challenge your taste buds. Check our website, www.thehungrycowboy.com, for details on the meal we will be serving every Friday. We are eager to meet… Read more »
Campground Amenities: Full Hookups, Internet, Table, Restrooms, RVs/Trailers Permitted, Pet Friendly, Showers, Pull-thru Site Campground Information: Private Campground, Reservations Suggested
Fort Laramie Historical Association is a non-profit corporation who is the official Cooperating Association for Fort Laramie National Historic Site. We operate the “Best Little Bookstore in the West” in the Visitor Center to advance the scientific, educational, historical, and interpretive activities for the benefit of our visitors. We also staff the Enlisted Men’s Bar… Read more »