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Fort Bridger State Historic Site, Fort Bridger

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
An annual daily use permit is available for

both residents and non-residents, and valid

for the holder and occupants of the holder’s

vehicle. Without the annual daily use permit,

visitors must pay daily use fees.


Daily Use

• parks - $4.00

• historic sites - $2.00

• annual - $33.00


Daily Use

• parks - $6.00

• historic site - $4.00

• annual - $53.00

Overnight Camping

Not allowed.

Additional Vehicle Permit

- $7.00
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  • It's not glitzy but Ft. Bridger never was. Some US Army fort buildings nicely restored but there are several other sites that offer that as well and a bit better (e.g. Fort Laramie). What makes Ft. Br...  read more »
  • This place was worth the stop. Interesting going through the buildings and the exhibits. It took me between 1-2 hours to take in everything. 
  • It's like a visit to yesteryear. An authentic and well restored fort with a significant historical past. Well worth the time if you're willing to exit the freeway for a few momoments of historical hap...  read more »
  • Great history and an honor to visit a piece of sacred ground that helped so many travelers back in the day. Kim in the gift shop (replica of Bridgers Fort) was very kind and helpful.
  • Traveling in RV, just pulled off to fix breakfast and stayed 2.5 hour n great place if you need a break from I-80
  • Must see!!!! Get off the interstate and stroll the grounds and the many historic buildings.
  • Exceptional history here! Everything is well preserved, very fun and educational. Don't miss- it's out of the way but well worth the trip!
  • it was great up there in the mid 70's