ⓘ Baggs, Wyoming

                                     

ⓘ Baggs, Wyoming

Baggs is a town in Carbon County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 440 at the 2010 census. Baggs is home to the Outlaw Stop, a branch of the Little Snake River Museum, which is headquartered in Savery, Wyoming.

                                     
  • The First State Bank of Baggs also known as the Bank Club, is a building in Baggs Wyoming Built in 1907 - 08 to house a bank, it is one of the relatively
  • Bagg or Baggs may refer to: Bagg s Hotel, Utica, New York Baggs Wyoming Frederick A. and Sophia Bagg Bonanza Farm, North Dakota Amanda Baggs born 1980
  • of mountain ranges in Wyoming Bridger Peak, Wyoming 7.5 Minute Topographic Quadrangle, USGS, 1961 revised 1983 Baggs Wyoming Colorado, 30x60 Minute
  • Forest is designated the Battle Pass Scenic Byway. Wyoming Highway 70 begins in Baggs at Wyoming Highway 789 and heads east through southern Carbon County
  • the Colorado state line just south of Baggs It travels north for about 4 miles 6.4 km to Baggs After Baggs it continues north for about 45 miles
  • north south mountain route that travels from Rifle to the Wyoming border near Baggs Wyoming through the Rocky Mountains. The route begins at a diamond
  • Cabins, is a ranch site on the Little Snake River in Carbon County, Wyoming near Baggs The camp was established in 1909 for summer use by sheepmen of the
  • First State Bank and Trust Building Bryan, Texas listed on the NRHP in Texas First State Bank of Baggs Baggs Wyoming listed on the NRHP in Wyoming
  • Saratoga Middle High School, Saratoga Little Snake River Valley High School, Baggs Douglas High School, Douglas Glenrock High School, Glenrock Bear Lodge High
  • and Baggs before the multi - state US 789 was implemented and subsequently retracted The entire route is in Sheridan, Sheridan County. Wyoming Department