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Sweetwater Bridge Campground

THE BRIDGE IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND IS UNAVAILABLE UNTIL 15 OCTOBER 2018!!! Sweetwater Bridge is one of seven recreation areas located on the Wind River Front. This campground includes eight sites, each with fire rings and picnic tables, two of which are pull-through sites. There is a vault toilet but no potable water available on site. This site is open year-round but access may be limited due to snow pack. This is a fee-free site, first come, first served. Seven of the eight sites are ADA accessible.


Driving directions to Sweetwater Bridge Campground

From State Highway 28, turn north on to County Road 5-13/ Continental Divide Road. Continue for 15 miles and turn east onto BLM Road 4105/Sweetwater Gap Ranch Road for 6 miles. Merge right to continue on BLM Road 4105 for 2 miles to the Sweetwater Bridge.

Location and contact info

Continental Divide Trail, WY 82520

For campground inquires, please call:307-352-0256

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Activities at Sweetwater Bridge Campground

Camping

Hiking

Wildlife viewing

Fishing

Recreational vehicles

Biking

Photography

Horseback riding


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