Fort Laramie

The town of Fort Laramie is located just three miles east of the iconic Fort Laramie National Historic Site.

Named after this site, the town owes its very existence to fur traders and emigrants braving the western frontier. You can find a handful of lodging options in Fort Laramie, including Fort Laramie Bed and Breakfast. This charming B&B offers home-cooked meals and authentic, Western accommodations, even offering up a large teepee as a room option. Fill up at area eateries, such as the old diner-style Fort Laramie American Grill & Restaurant. The town of Fort Laramie serves as a great homebase to the area’s main attraction: Fort Laramie National Historic Site. Here, you can learn about the first garrisoned post in Wyoming. At the confluence of the North Platte and Laramie Rivers, this was the most important outpost along the historic Oregon, Mormon and California trails. It was founded in 1834 and served the needs of thousands of emigrants traveling west to fulfill their dreams. Today, the site includes 22 original structures that have been restored and are available for visitors to enjoy.

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Annual Events

Annual Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration

Nearby Cities

Lingle, Torrington, Guernsey

Don’t Miss

Fort Laramie National Historic Site

Elevation

4230′

old covered wagon on display

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