Escape the city life, slow down, relax, and enjoy the outdoors with good friends and family. Discover what makes Pinedale a truly unequaled destination.
The Nations first Federally protected wildlife corridor is located in Pinedale, Wyoming. Celebrate with us the great success of US Highway 191's two wildlife overpasses, six underpasses, and 13 miles fencing system to protect and preserve Wyoming's extraordinary wildlife.
Pinedale's most notable cultural event is held annually the second full weekend in July. Vendors fill parks with food, live music, beer, entertainment and more to celebrate the mountain men, legendary explorers, and Native Americans who opened commerce in the American West. From visits to the Museum
Pinedale, Wyoming has many large lakes within the Bridger-Teton National Forest adequate for water skiing, sailing and motor boating. Each August the Pinedale Boat Club sponsors the Sailing Regatta on Wyoming's second largest lake, Fremont Lake.
Pinedale, Wyoming offers all levels of rock climbing challenges among the Wind River Range Mountains from the Cirque of the Towers and Titcomb Basin, known for it's large granite faces, to simple, accessible day climbing in the foothills.
Winter activities teaser trailer – Pinedale, WY is a wonderful place to visit in the winter. Home to the Continental Divide & Wyoming Range Snowmobile Trails, White Pine Ski Area, Fremont Lake, Wind River Mountains, Sublette County Ice Arena, and indoor pools at the Pinedale Aquatic Center.