Lyman KOA

1531 State Highway 413

Lyman, WY 82937

Reserve: 800-562-2762

Info: 307-786-2188

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Local Area Attractions

 

Fort Bridger Historical Site and Museum

Much history lives here. From its original trading post establishment to its Mormon ownership and then a station on the Pony Express the history goes on. For more information, please visit: Bridger Historical Site and Museum

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Flaming Gorge National Recreational Area

The Flaming Gorge National Recreational Area includes visitor centers, miles of trails, fishing, and much more. The Flaming Gorge Dam Visitor Center is open year-round. Some facilities are fully handicap accessible. For more information please call 1-800-280-CAMP or visit www.utah.com/nationalsites/flaming_gorge.htm

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Uinta Mountains

Here you'll find something for everyone. Activities include backpacking, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, and much, much more.

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Location and Atmosphere

We are located just a mile off the interstate for easy access and quiet nights. There is grass at every site. Cool evenings and pleasant days with a view of the beautiful Uinta Mountains. Lyman is a friendly small town.

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Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area

The Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area includes visitor centers, miles of trails, fishing, and much more. The Flaming Gorge Dam Visitor Center is open year-round. Some facilities are fully handicap accessible. For more information please call 1-800-280-CAMP or visit the website.

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Fossil Butte National Monument

There are many activities at Fossil Butte National Monument, whether you explore the park on your own or with a ranger.

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Cumberland Ghost Town

The sagebrush taken area still houses the buildings of Zillers ranch and saloon and also the Cumberland Cemetery. A visitor walking through can find broken bottles, rusty buckets, railroad spikes, tobacco cans and piles of coal, all reminders of a camp that lived because of coal and died when the fuel was no longer needed.

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