Fremont Lake - As viewed from the iconic Skyline Drive overlook, just past the turn to White Pine Ski Area.

Fremont Lake – As viewed from the iconic Skyline Drive overlook, just past the turn to White Pine Ski Area. © Blushing Crow Photography

Popular Lakes


Fremont Lake

Only 3.2 miles from Pinedale, this stunningly beautiful, pristine and mostly undeveloped lake offers easy access to outdoor activities and is a focal point for popular annual events, including the Sailing Regatta and Big Fish Ice Derby. It is Wyoming's second largest natural lake at 12 miles long and 1/2 mile wide and the 7th deepest lake in the country (610 feet).
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Half Moon Lake

Half Moon Lake, hides in a forested mountain pocket just 10 miles from Pinedale. In the winter, Half Moon Lake offers excellent ice fishing and spotty ice skating in an intimate and scenic setting within the Bridger Teton National Forest.
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Green River Lakes

The snowmobile ride into Green River Lakes proves that sometimes both the journey and the destination are equally worthwhile. The groomed trail allows for wildlife and scenery viewing opportunities to inspire you for years to come.
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New Fork Lakes

Want to get away to a remote, beautiful mountain lake, but don't want to drive too far from Pinedale? New Fork Lakes, nestled at the base of the rugged Wind River Mountains, offers extensive recreational opportunities and facilities and is only 24 miles from Pinedale.
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Soda Lake

Only six miles north of town, Soda Lake is a perfect spot for fishermen, beach goers, and mountain bikers with limited vacation time while in Pinedale.
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Island Lake

Island Lake is found in the mid-northern Wind River Mountain Range in the Bridger Wilderness. Island Lake lies below Wyoming?s third highest mountain, Fremont Peak. The lake and surrounding area, offers an excellent place for backpackers to camp, hike, fish and enjoy the stunning views of Fremont Peak, Jackson Peak, and the Continental Divide.
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Slide Lake

Slide Lake is nestled between Lost Eagle Peak and the well known Flat Top Mountain in Wyoming?s Wind River Mountain Range. The Lake is due east of Upper Green River Lake in the Northern section of the Bridger Wilderness. Due to Slide Lake?s beautiful views and great full day hike potential, this area is a popular destination.
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