Stroll the grounds once walked by fur trappers, Native Americans, pioneers, miners, and soldiers during the Western expansion.
The Army Iron Bridge is the gateway to the Fort Laramie National Historic Site. This bridge was built in 1875 and served as a vital and fortified link between Cheyenne, Fort Laramie, Indian agencies, military outposts, and the goldfields of the Black Hills Dakota region. Situated at the confluence of the Laramie and North Platte Rivers, the Army Iron Bridge is a peaceful place for your whole family to stretch their legs. Take some time to enjoy the river, and contemplate the many people that used this bridge for safe passage. Follow the 1.6-mile Confluence Trail through the region and gain an immersive look into the landscape and history of the area.
Originally established as a fur trading post in 1834, Fort Laramie National Historic Site eventually became the largest military post on the Northern Plains.
If you are looking for family fun, re-explore Fort Laramie National Historic Site. There are many ways to explore Fort Laramie National Historic Site. Take an audio tour, tour on your own, or take a tour with a park official. While you are there, watch a live reenactment, have the kiddos participate in the Fort Laramie Junior Ranger Program, or sip sarsaparilla and birch beer at 1883 Soldiers Bar (open select days and weekends).
Get a first-hand look at Wyoming’s robust ranching industry.
Stand among picture-perfect rows of grape vines.
Sip your way through award-winning wines and enjoy the scenery at Table Mountain Vineyards in Torrington. For date night, make a reservation for the wine and painting experience at the onsite TMV Art Studios.
If you are looking for a bit of adventure, pick the 10,000 grapevines or register for a sip and paint. We hear that the more you drink, the better you paint.
Perfect your golf swing amid verdant landscapes.
Lush greens, towering cottonwood trees and blooming flowers create an outdoor oasis for golfers at Cottonwood at Torrington Golf Course, a public 18-hole golf course in Torrington. Warm up on the driving range and hone your skills on the putting greens, sand bunker and chipping areas before hitting the course.