Warren Bridge BLM, Wyoming


Warren Bridge BLM campground

Heading north from Flaming Gorge we settled into a beautiful little BLM campground about an hour south of Jackson, WY.  Located at 7500 ft, it was in the 70’s during the day and dropping into the 30’s at night. With snow-capped mountains all around us, and at $5/ night, this was dry camping at it’s best.  Leonard got to put his new solar panels to work and everything worked like a charm.  


We saw several of these animal crossing overpasses on this stretch of road.    The only place we’ve seen them previously was in Banff Nat Park in Canada and we weren’t aware they were in use anywhere else.


One day we went to a local hot spring tucked away in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.   While getting out of the car we were startled to see this llama train headed towards us.   They were all filthy dirty but with big smiles after returning from camping in the back-country, during which they had encountered some pretty bad thunderstorms.  I’m surprised they didn’t just stop in for a quick dip at the hot spring.


Granite Hot Spring in the Bridger-Teton Nat Forest


After 3 weeks on the road, it felt fabulous to soak for an hour or so.

9 responses to “Warren Bridge BLM, Wyoming

  1. I wanna go. That looks so relaxing.

  2. Hi Guys, as always really enjoy hearing about your travels and seeing the great pictures. We were at the cabin today in N. FL and it was 95 Fin the shade. Good planning for you to escape to cooler climes for the summer.
    Saw the picture of the animal overpass and wanted to bring attention to two that are in Florida that we drive under along I-75 and another at about the same latitude over I-95. Ck out https://bridgehunter.com/fl/marion/bh66168/
    Take care, keep up the good work

    • sunandsandtravelers

      Hi Jerry and Linda, so good to hear from you. Thanks for the info on the land bridges in FL. We do recall seeing the ones on 75 but thought they were bike trails. Good to know. I looked at the link-I didn’t even know there was a website for that information. Thanks so much. Stay cool.

  3. Gosh, that looks mighty inviting. Having fun yet?

  4. The view from the ground at Warren Bridge looks so much better than from orbit. Were there any horseflies in the gulch? Just to clear up something… who were filthy dirty, and who were smiling… the llamas or the people? Oh… and… how hot was hot?

    • sunandsandtravelers

      Can’t trust those satellites and yes at the end of our stay Leonard saw a horsefly, hense the name I suppose. No the llama’s didn’t smile, one snorted at me which I think was a preclude to a spitball but luckily his smiling handler led him away!
      And finally I’m guessing you’re asking about the hot springs. They apparently are much hotter during the winter at 112 F than during the summer when it was only 97F. Nobody could explain why the difference in temp, it felt great though.

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