The Fort Bridger 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.
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. Come and experience historic Fort Bridger at its
Admission for the general public is $4.00 for everyone 12 years and up. Come authentically dressed from head to toe in mountain man garb, or any pre-1840 clothing and get in free! 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.
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. These items include:
- Hats & Bonnets
- Shirts & Blouses
- Jackets & Coats
- 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.
Click Here to meet the 2013 Bourgeios “Booshway” & Segundo!
Meet the 2013 Fort Bridger Rendezvous Board
2013 Board Members
(Front row) Jeff Malan, Mike Chatelain, Susie Bridge
(Second row) Shalayne Hunziker, Mica Stark, Tonya Hurst, Deb Ciminelli, David Phippen
(Third row) Eugene Fowles, Dave Morby, Mike Larsen, Curtis Cottrell, Robert Leland, Warren Will