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Why should I visit Pinedale?
Pinedale is a small town with a big heart. Due to its location so close to the Bridger Wilderness and the Wind River Mountains, many outdoor enthusiasts make Pinedale their jumping off point for outdoor adventures.
The “main street” of Pinedale WY is US Route 191, which connects Jackson Hole to Rock Springs. Many commercial businesses are found along this corridor. A small body of water, Pine Creek, also flows through the middle of town.
Where is Pinedale?
Pinedale can be found in western Wyoming, on the western edge of the Wind River Mountains. Jackson Hole is approximately 78 miles to the north and Rock Springs is approximately 100 miles to the south of Pinedale.
What sort of Services and Amenities does Pinedale offer?
Pinedale has a population of roughly 2100 residents. The town and surrounding area have several lodging establishments, places to eat and some downtown shopping opportunities. This little town has a medical clinic, county library, two weekly newspapers, a retirement center, and two town parks. Recreational facilities include a recreation center, 9-hole golf course, indoor public pool, public ice-skating rink, skateboard park, tennis courts, downhill and cross-country ski facilities and paved walking paths.
What can I see and do in Pinedale Wyoming?
Other Pinedale Wyoming Resources
Official site for Sublette County, Wyoming.