Gates open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. August 30th to September 2nd, 2024
Gate fees $5.00 per person 12 and up / Children 11 and under are Free
The Fort Bridger Mountain Man Rendezvous is a mountain man rendezvous in celebration of the Fur Trade Rendezvous Era that occurred in the Rocky Mountains between 1825-1840. It is one of the largest mountain man gatherings in the nation.
Fort Bridger Mountain Man Rendezvous, held annually the first weekend of September at Fort Bridger Wyoming, this Mountain Man Rendezvous is an experience your family will be sure to remember for years.
Admission for the general public is $5.00 for everyone 12 years and up. State regulations prohibit alcohol consumption. Dogs are welcome; however, please review the dog policy before bringing your dog(s) as violators will be fined. Remember you are on a State historic site which is under the direction of Wyoming State Parks Division.
AUTHENTIC DRESS: Individuals who wish to be authentically dressed should adhere to the following guidelines:
NOTE: Authentic Dress is required for campers in the Primitive Camp and traders.
All visible clothing must pre-date 1840 for the Fort Bridger Mountain Man Rendezvous. These items include: Hats & Bonnets Shirts & Blouses Jackets & Coats Pants Dresses Shoes Blankets Jewelry Weapons (all kinds) Women must be wearing period dresses, or a blouse and skirt. Prescription glasses are acceptable. Sun glasses are not allowed. If you have a questionable item, please contact the FBRA (Fort Bridger Rendezvous Association).
Buy authentic and homemade items...
Contests, Competitions, Various Entertainment, Kids' Games, Primitive Traders, Primitive Demonstrations of the Fur Trade Era and The Colonial Era.
Fort Bridger State Historic Site includes 37 acres with 27 historic structures, 4 historic replica structures, and 6 modern structures. Some natural historic sights you will find at Fort Bridger include the Groshon Creek, aspen groves, and many historic pines from the military era. There are also many archaeological digs currently being conducted on site.