History of Kamas, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)

In addition to the stock, dairy, and lumber industries, Kamas has been for a number of years the headquarters of the Wasatch National Forest and plays an important role as a supply station for those hiking or camping in the nearby Uinta Mountains and the Granddaddy Lake region. Thousands of visitors travel through Kamas each year en route to the mountains. Also a popular attraction is Kamas's annual Twenty-Fourth of July rodeo, an event which gives local cowboys a chance to show their skill before enthusiastic crowds.

Martha Sonntag Bradley

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