Evanston (Wyoming) is a railroad town that was founded in 1868 when Union Pacific crews were laying track through this part of the county.
It has the only remaining complete roundhouse on the old Union Pacific line between Omaha and Sacramento.
Surrounded by mountains on all sides, Evanston is a recreational mecca for fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, camping and many other outdoor recreational opportunities.
Don't forget to Walk the grounds of the Fort Bridger State Historic Site, between Evanston andGreen River, which was a trading post for pioneers and miners built in the 1840's.
Over Labor Day weekend the Fort hosts the Mountain Man Rendezvous, a festival that will give you a taste of real frontier life.
Cowboy Days is an annual Labor Day weekend celebration and recently celebrated their 76th year!
The three days event includes a professional rodeo and a parade for the whole family!
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The radio KEVA 1240 Am since 1953 is named "The Voice of Evanston".
KEVA plays hits of the 60s / 70s / 80s and information.
KEVA says: "We've always said we'd be here for the long haul. While other radio stations come and go we continue to consistently be there bringing you the professionalism and personality you've come to expect from us since 1953. We love Evanston as much as you do!"
Evanston, Wyoming, USA.