Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming.
In a beautiful spot near the Continental Divide in central Wyoming, Miner's Delight is a silent witness to the heyday of Wyoming's gold mining era. One of the state's earliest communities--gold was discovered there in 1868--the BLM-managed ghost town yields important clues about the early history of Wyoming and the gold mining culture. There is a rugged walking path through the site, interpretive kiosk at the entrance, and interpretive panels within the site. It is not ADA accessible.
Take County Rd. 237 north from Atlantic City and turn east onto BLM Road 2324, Ft. Stambaugh Loop Road. From there travel east for 2 miles and follow the signs north to Miner's Delight.