More history and scenery just up the road in Salt Lake City
Camp Floyd was an Army outpost quartering the largest troop concentration in the United States from 1858 to 1861. Troops were sent there to put down the "Mormon rebellion," after rumors that Mormons in Utah were rebelling against the US government. No military action was needed but the troops stayed to monitor the Mormons, explore the Western Frontier and provide safety for immigrants moving west to California, Oregon, and Washington.
When the Civil War broke out, troops were ordered to return to the east. They dismantled the camp before they left, leaving only the cemetery and commissary building. Still, many relics from the camp are on display. The Overland Stage and Pony Express passed through the area and an inn was established for overnight stays. It has been restored and serves as the museum at the state park. Read more...
220 W. Center St.
Provo, UT 84601
Restored inn that served as an overnight stop for the historic overland stage and Pony Express
Relics from a former Army outpost
Museum with historic exhibits
In the town of Fairfield, approximately 50 miles southwest of Salt Lake City.
From I-15; take Lehi exit #279, which is Lehi's Main Street. Continue west along this street, which eventually turns into Hwy 73. Follow this highway to the town of Fairfield, approximately 22 miles from Lehi. Once in Fairfield, follow the signs to the park.
Camp Floyd / Stagecoach Inn State Park and Museum
18035 West 1540 North
Fairfield, UT 84013
Open year-round, 9 am to 5 pm Mon-Sat
Holiday Closures: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day
Children up to 5: Free
Senior (Utah resident 62+): $1 per person
Group (25 or more): $1 per person
Adult or Child: $2
Family (Up to 8 people): $6
Senior Adventure Pass: $35
Annual Pass: $75
Pavilion: $30 (by reservation)
800-322-3770 (toll-free from outside the Salt Lake City area)
801-322-3770 (from within the Salt Lake City area) One-Room Schoolhouse: $50 (reserve through park only)
Viewing historic exhibits