Not bad for overnight stay. Level grass site. Grounds kind of reminded me of a cow pasture but satisfactory if just looking for a place to park for the night. The individual bathrooms were nice. 4 full bathrooms off of a common foyer area. Fairly clean and plenty of hot water.
It was hard to find the place without GPS cause we have Sprint and there were no street and Fort Bridger RV camp signs, I believe. We stayed only one night. The site has full hook up. It was easy to pull through and level! They offer free WiFi. Next to the camp was Historic Museum. We didn't have time to visit. It is about the out post established in 1842 by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez. It was vital resupply point for wagon trains on the Oregon, California, and Mormon trails. There some history here this small town! We also found the old Blacksmith building and the old wagons in the neighborhood. The camp host was very nice!
Easy to find, nice level full hookup pull through site - reasonably priced ($32). Friendly staff. Bathroom/showers clean. Elec, water, & sewer connections all top notch though. Would definitely stay again!