Located in the historic Bridger Valley, Lyman is nestled perfectly to act as a base camp for recreation into the Uinta Mountain Range. This beautiful landscape supports recreation of all kinds including hiking, fishing, hunting, camping and much more. Lyman’s location in proximity to Fort Bridger also make it a perfect place to make your campfire during the annual Fort Bridger Mountain Man Rendezvous. The rendezvous happens each year over Labor Day weekend and hosts some of the most beautiful arts and crafts along with traditional games that one might have seen at a rendezvous over 100 years ago.

Population: 1,938
Elevation: 6705

Chamber of Commerce
Uinta County
Lyman Wyoming

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Established by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez in 1843, as an emigrant supply stop along the Oregon Trail. It was obtained by the Mormons in the early 1850s, and then became a military outpost in 1858. In 1933, the property was dedicated as a Wyoming Historical Landmark and Museum.

Fort Bridger Attraction close to Lyman Wyoming

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