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Fiddlers Lake

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Shoshone National Forest

The Fiddlers Lake Campground has 20 campsites on the shores of a scenic mountain lake. There are trails leading into the Popo Agie Wilderness and also south to nearby lakes. No trailers over 40 feet long. Amenities include potable water, five vault toilets, picnic tables, and cook grates. Christina Lake Trail Head is located nearby and has a vault toiltet and horse corrals.

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Carrie C.
Reviewed Jul. 10, 2017

Ranger Review: Green Goo Bugs be Gone at Fiddlers Lake, WY

Campground Review: Fiddler Lake

I loved this campground! The camp host, Max, is very helpful and welcoming. This is his third year hosting Fiddlers Lake, so he has a wealth of knowledge to share about the area. This camp has the only potable water in the area. The sites are tiered and level. There is a walk in tent site area, but the sites along the lake also have nice tent pads available. There are several pit toilets along the perimeter of the lake as well as potable water pumps. The mosquitos were present, but not in unbearable swarms. Max mentioned they were nothing compared to three days ago after heavy rains. Also, be prepared for afternoon showers! Next visit I am definitely bringing a paddle board or kayak along.

Disclosure: this was my very first solo camping adventure, so being alone where bear proof boxes are provided kind of freaked me out, but it went off without a hitch! 

Product Review: Green Goo Bugs Be Gone from Outdoor Travel Pack

As a Ranger with The Dyrt, I get to review sponsor products from time to time. This weekend I brought my Green Goo Outdoor Travel Pack, which includes the Bugs Be Gone spray. As far as insect repellent goes, this stuff smells good! Very lemony. I applied frequently and it kept mosquitoes at bay. For a organic product with no harmful chemicals it works great! I feel it is superior to other natural products I've used in the past. This bottle came in a sampler kit. Time to order a full size!

Everything included in the Outdoor Travel Pack are superior products! I love the texture of the lip balms, and they are not overly flavored or shiny. The "goo's" are fantastic for healing split fingers, rough & dry heals, or soothing irritated skin. The pain relief ointment has added arnica to soothe soreness. I also use their deodorant and I prefer it over Tom's or other pricier natural aluminum free deodorants I've used.

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Reviewed Jul. 18, 2016

Great Lakeview Sites

We spent two nights here and it was amazing. This is a fee area to camp and has a pay box at each end of the camp road. Even though this is a pay envelope area there is a camp host who you should check in with to find out about the area and any wildlife that has been seen around the campground. There are picnic tables, fire rings with grates, charcoal grills, and bear boxes for each site. At least some of the sites also have a pad for tents. The campground also has three pit toilets which are well maintained and a boat launch with dock for non-motorized boats. Your boat must have a current mussel tag to be used in Wyoming. We brought a canoe with us because there are several lakes in the vicinity but only paddled this one which was a lot of fun. The lake here can also be fished. Nearby this campground there are some trails to hike or horseback ride also. There were a few drawbacks to this campground. The ATV and vehicle traffic on the main road is pretty heavy especially on saturday and sunday and it can be heard very well in the campground. The other drawback was the mosquitoes, being near a lake I was expecting there to be a lot and there were, so bring bug spray. Other than that this campground offers a lot of opportunity for things to do.

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Fiddlers Lake is located in Wyoming

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From Lander, go south on State Highway 131 to Forest Road 300, then continue south for 12 miles.


42.6300007 N
108.882 W

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