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About Our Site - Camp Douglas Officers' Club 


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.

Camp Douglas Officers’ Club State Historic Site Monthly Update

Camp Officers’ Club State Historica Site is open for the summer season! We are open Memorial Day to Labor day from 10:00am to 4:00pm Wednesday thru Saturday. Camp Douglas is always searching for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering at Camp Douglas Officers’ Club, please contact Mel Glover or Jenna Thorburn at the WY Pioneer Memorial Museum 307-358-9288. The staff at WY Pioneer Memorial Museum also manage Camp Douglas Officers’ Club State Historic Site and Ft. Fetterman State Historic Site.

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Camp Douglas Officers' Club is open seasonally from Memorial Day to Labor Day.  Please refer to our hours of operation before your visit.




Open Memorial Day thru Labor Day

Wednesday thru Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.





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

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