Lyman KOA Journey | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
1998.1 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Fast
Kitchen:
Unknown
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Yes
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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Description

Warm days, cool nights and a view of the soaring Uinta Mountains make this quiet, grassy campground an inviting spot to visit. And when you spend a night, you're joining a steady parade of travelers who've stopped here since mountain man, Jim Bridger, built his trading post along the Oregon and Mormon trails in 1843. The Lyman KOA is a short drive from the re-created post (some original buildings) of Fort Bridger State Historic Site. Visit Labor Day weekend to catch the Mountain Man Rendezvous, complete with black powder and buckskins.

Stopped here from Salt Lake City on my way back to Minneapolis. Overall this place was an awesome stop with plenty of room and extremely clean bathrooms and showers. That, along with the ability to do laundry and camp/ shower for under $35 for a tent spot in the middle of nowhere. Can’t beat it. Will be back soon!

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Warm days, cool nights and a view of the soaring Uinta Mountains make this quiet grassy meadow an inviting spot to camp.
Warm days, cool nights and a view of the soaring Uinta Mountains make this quiet, grassy campground an inviting spot to visit. And when you spend a night, you're joining a steady parade of travelers who've stopped here since mountain man, Jim Bridger, built his trading post along the Oregon and Mormon trails in 1843. The Lyman KOA is a short drive from the re-created post (some original buildings) of Fort Bridger State Historic Site. Visit Labor Day weekend to catch the Mountain Man Rendezvous, complete with black powder and buckskins.

Stopped here from Salt Lake City on my way back to Minneapolis. Overall this place was an awesome stop with plenty of room and extremely clean bathrooms and showers. That along with the ability to do laundry and camp/ shower for under $35 for a tent spot in the middle of no where. Can’t beat it. Will be back soon!

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