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Douglas, Wyoming
Attractions

Clubs

Knight Kruisers Car Club. E-mail
The club meets the first Friday of each month for anyone who has an interest in cars/trucks of day gone by.

Farmers Market

Douglas Farmers' and Flea Market. Jackalope Square, Downtown, Douglas, WY. Phone: 307-358-3108.

Historic Sites

Douglas Pioneer Cemetery. Located on the south side of the Highway 59 By-Pass, between West Yellowstone Highway and North 4th Street, Douglas, WY.

Fort Fetterman - Old Fort on the Prairie. 9 miles out of Douglas on the north (right) side of Wyoming 93, Douglas, WY. Phone: 307-358-2864.

Fort Fetterman, was the last and longest operating fort on the Bozeman Trail in the 1860's. A restored officer's quarters and an ordinance warehouse stand among the many visible foundations of the Fort and Fetterman City. Interpretive signs describe how the West was won with detailed buildings, house maps, drawings, photographs, artifacts, and dioramas.

Landmarks and Statues

Sir Barton Memorial. Washington Park, Douglas, WY.
Memorial to Sir Barton, the first thoroughbred colt to win the American Triple Crown. The statue pays tribute to the famous horse and marks his final resting place.

Museums and Exhibits

Douglas Railroad Interpretive Center. Locomotive Park - 121 Brownfield Road, Douglas, WY 82633. Phone: 307-358-2950; Toll-free: 1-877-937-4996.

Wyoming Pioneer Museum. Wyoming State Fairgrounds - 400 W. Center, Douglas, WY 82633. Phone: 307-358-9288.

National Forest

Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. Ranger District - 2250 E. Richards Street, Douglas, WY 83622. Phone: 307-358-4690; Fax: 307-358-7107.

Thunder Basin National Grassland. Douglas Ranger District: 2250 E. Richards Street, Douglas, WY 82633. Phone: 307-358-4690; Fax: 307-358-7107.

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Wyoming Tales and Trails
This web site is devoted almost exclusively to the history of Wyoming as told through photographs.

River

North Platte River

Scenic Sites

Ayers Natural Bridge & Park. Take I-25 to Exit 151, turn south and follow the signs, Douglas, WY.

State Parks

Fort Fetterman - Old Fort on the Prairie. 9 miles out of Douglas on the north (right) side of Wyoming 93, Douglas, WY. Phone: 307-358-2864.

Glendo State Park. 397 Glendo Park Road, Glendo, WY 82213. Phone: 307-735-4433.

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