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Location: The access is easy from Kemmerer on County Road 233. The first 20 miles are paved, the remaining 21 miles are gravel or natural surface, to the Hams Fork Campground. The road continues west to Cokeville (27 miles).

General Information: This route has some rough places, narrow with sharp curves, but with care most any vehicle can travel it. The Hams Fork River was named for Zacharias Ham, a trapper under William H. Ashley.

Attractions: There are scenic views, the historic Elk Creek Guard Station, and moose are often seen in the mornings and evenings. The road leads past the Hams Fork Campground.

Directions: From Kemmerer, Go north on County Road 233.

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Telephone Number: (307) 739-5500
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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