Well Wyoming is cowboy country.) Glendo WY is on the east side of the state about 1/3 up from the south border. It is nestled along the Platte River. We are camped at Glendo Lakeside RV Campground, just outside Glendo State Park. It is a nice clean private park (not passport) and the owners were friendly.
We took a drive through the state park. It is along the Glendo Reservoir a huge body of water. Some of shoreline is very picturesque with colored sandstone. The lake is a popular walleye fishing spot, darn no license- maybe next time.
We began at the visitor center where we watched a short video on the history of the fort. Then looked through a small display, and Wendy was happy getting five new stamps in her national passport book.
Then outside where they have about 20 structures in various condition. Some were merely footings, but 11 were very well done restorations complete with furnishings. The fort covers a lot of acres and we sure got a good walk in. It is a nice area that looks to get little attention due to the out of the way location. Our grandson Alex said once while we were in Cades Cove you can just smell the history.