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Posted August 2, 2019 by segreto
The camp gained National Historic Landmark status in 2007. Now, with the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center, visitors can take an even more in-depth look at the history and legacy of the 14,000 internees who were relocated to Heart Mountain following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Managed by the Heart Mountain, Wyoming Foundation, a nonprofit committed… Read more »
The family-owned Lamplighter Inn and Restaurant has been serving Powell and the surrounding communities for 30 years spanning three generations. The emphasis today remains the same as it was years ago. We offer excellent food and great service in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Private dining rooms are available and our all non-smoking guest-rooms are… Read more »
Being one of the only AAA rated motel gives them the recognition as "One Very American Motel." Offers "best rates" and clean, quiet and affordable rooms. One of the only anniversary/honeymoon suite in town. " Let us be your home on the range."
Posted June 1, 2019 by segreto
The Heart Mountain Interpretive Center tells the stories of how those confined at Heart Mountain endured relocation and confinement. Through museum exhibits, a gallery, victory garden, and a special introductory film titled “All We Could Carry,” visitors will have the opportunity to explore the confinement of Japanese Americans at Heart Mountain through the eyes and… Read more »
Posted May 17, 2019 by segreto
We also offer Bugdet Camping, where you bring your own equipment and gear, hot shower and breakfast included $30 ! Each tent spot offers enough room and comfort for a one night or a week. Includes cot and clean sleeping bag . The camp site is located on a Certified Organic Farm so walks and… Read more »
Open class exhibits for 4H and SSA exibitors, grandstand events. Fair is during last full week of July.
Posted April 3, 2019 by segreto
About 78 miles from Yellowstone. Buffalo Bill Museum is located in Cody, which is 24 miles away. Cody also has nightly rodeos.