Fort Laramie National Historic Site

965 Gray Rocks Road
Fort Laramie, WY 82212

307-837-2221

Fort Laramie National Historic Site in southeastern Wyoming recalls the epic days of the frontier West. From 1834 to 1890 the successive forts on this site were important centers of trade, diplomacy, and warfare on the northern Plains. Some of the most vivid figures of expanding America passed this way: trappers, fur traders, missionaries, overland emigrants, Pony Express riders, stage drivers, cowboys, homesteaders, soldiers, and Plains Indians. 

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