The first settlers, Mormon missionaries, arrived on June 14, 1855. They selected a site along one of the creeks that flowed from the Las Vegas springs, on which they would build the fort. The fort served as the midpoint on the trail from Salt Lake City, Utah and Los Angeles, California.
The Old Mormon Fort consists of a courtyard filled with tents and non-player characters. There are two sections within the walls of the fort, one in the western and another in the eastern corner of the courtyard:
The one in the western corner of the fort contains four beds and a chair. Three of the beds are occupied by Wayne, Farris, and Roy.
The southwestern tent contains two bunk beds, two empty shelves, two chairs, and a table. Arcade Gannon is usually found within this tent. If he is not there, he can likely be found in the courtyard.
The tent in the southern corner contains five oil drums and two large wooden crates.
The tent in the eastern corner has three bunk beds, one round table, two chairs, an empty shelf, and one table. There are two gamblers found sleeping in this tent, and sometimes various non-player characters will sleep in the remaining bed. There is also a Followers Doctor outside of this tent.
The northeastern tent contains two bunk beds, two empty shelves, two chairs, and a table.
The southeastern tent contains three bunk beds, one round table, two chairs, an empty shelf, and one table. Followers guards will sleep in the beds of this tent, and a Followers doctor can be found within this tent as well.
This guardhouse is directly to your right as you enter the fort.
When you enter the guardhouse, there will be a small medical area directly in front of you with nothing of note besides a filing cabinet with one bottle cap inside. To your left are the stairs leading up into a bedroom. On top of the bookshelf is the Old Mormon Fort snow globe. There is also a Today's Physician magazine on top of the desk, which is considered owned and must be stolen.
The Old Mormon Fort is a real building in present-day Las Vegas. In fact, it is the first structure built by European immigrants in Las Vegas. Constructed in 1855 by Mormon settlers of European descent, it would shape the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, 50 years later.