As the second largest natural lake in Wyoming, Fremont Lake is a destination for anglers, boaters, and outdoor enthusiasts. Located right outside of Pinedale, it's a easy jumping-off point for accessing the Wind River Mountains.
What can I do and see at Fremont Lake?
Fish for lake, rainbow and brown trout and some kokanee salmon.
Two public boat launches (Lower Boat Ramp and Fremont Lake Campground Boat Ramp) allow access for boats up to 35 feet in length. Sailing, fishing, waterskiing, and canoeing are all popular water activities at Fremont Lake.
Fremont Lake Campground is located on the east shore of the lake and offers 54 sites from the end of May through early-September. Online Reservations.
Lakeside Lodge offers cabins, a full service bar and restaurant, and a marina with boat rentals.
From Fremont Lake, continue up Skyline Drive to the Elkhart Park Trailhead to enter the Wind River Mountain Range. Hike to Photographer's Point (4.5 miles) or continue on to Seneca Lake (8.5 miles) and beyond.
Ice Fishing, Snowmobiling, and Cross-Country Skiing can all be enjoyed on Fremont Lake during the winter.
Where is Fremont Lake?
Just 4 miles northeast of Pinedale, Wyoming, Fremont Lake is accessed via the Fremont Lake Road.
When is it accessible?
While primarily a summer destination, some winter activities like ice fishing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing can be enjoyed near the lake. Note that the road is only plowed part of the way to the lake in the winter.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
Call the Pinedale Ranger Station at 307-367-5741.