Pinedale Town Parks Map – Select a marker or see below for more info.

Public Town Parks - Pinedale, Wyoming

CCC Ponds

The CCC Ponds are an important recreational feature to the Pinedale Area. The CCC Ponds were re-constructed during the 1990s to provide for various wildlife species: the Fish Pond, Duck Pond, Beaver Pond, and Frog Pond. A walking path was added to enable public access, as well as the installation of benches, interpretive signs and a parking lot. Over the years the area has seen increasing recreational…
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American Legion Park

This beautiful setting attracts locals and visitors with its lush grass, healthy established trees, walking path, covered picnic shelters, seated benches, wildlife, and its proximity to the peaceful flow of Pine Creek. American Legion Park features an outdoor amphitheater for seasonal concerts and events.
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Veteran’s Memorial Park

Pinedale is a community that cares about its veterans and its history as seen by the Veterans Memorial Monument. 68,000 pounds of glossy, black granite, engraved with the names of those who served surround a central column that is topped with a bronze sculpture of two soaring eagles with the inscription, "Honor, Service, Pride." Members of Fremont Peak VFW Post 4801 conducted extensive research with veteran names going back several…
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Boyd Skinner Memorial Park

Established in 1949, and named after Sergeant Boyd Skinner, a Marine, and a Pinedale local, who was killed in action on Iwo Jima, this is Pinedale's most visited park. This popular attraction is complete with a playground, swings set with two ADA seats, picnic tables, a kid's fishing pond, and a walking path.Public restrooms are opened seasonally Memorial Weekend thru Labor Day.
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Burzlander Sledding Hill

Burzlander Sledding Hill is a natural open space located at the corner of US HWY 191 and Fremont Lake Road. Artists enjoy the area to study the seasonal changes of an alpine landscape, dogs love it for a stop on a road trip, and children love it for its two sledding hills come winter. The park has a parking area, a short walking path,…
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