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Museum - CAMP DOUGLAS OFFICERS' CLUB
 

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About:

During World War II, Douglas had the primary prisoner of war (POW) camp for Wyoming.  All other POW camps in Wyoming were satellite sites of Douglas.  The camp was over a square mile in size, comprised of 180 buildings, which housed up to 2,000 Italian and 3,000 German POWs, and 500 army personnel from the spring of 1943 to the winter of 1946.  At the time, the camp was larger than the town of Douglas.  The only building standing today is the Officers’ Club, which is now the Camp Douglas Officers' Club State Historic Site.

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115 S. Riverbend Drive, Douglas, Wy 82633

AvailabilityAvailability
  • Open seasonally May to September
  • Friday & Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00pm.
FeesFees

There are no additional fees. We appreciate donations.  100% of your donation goes towards maintenance and programming at Camp Douglas.

 
 
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Site Status

 

COVID-19 Coronavirus
Important Information:

Historic sites are now open with social distancing in place, including a limited number of visitors in some locations. Please call ahead to confirm hours of operation and special guidelines. 

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Hours

 

June 12, 2020 thru August 29, 2020

Friday & Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

September- May by appointment only

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Phone Number

 

307-358-9288

 

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 Camp Douglas Officers' Club
 115 S Riverbend Dr
 Douglas, WY 82633

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