Fremont Lake Campground is located on the east shore of pristine Fremont Lake at an elevation of 7,400 feet, just 7 miles northeast of Pinedale, Wyoming, the nearest full-service community. Water sports and fishing are popular activities on the scenic lake.
The lake provides many recreational activities. Anglers enjoy fishing for lake, rainbow and brown trout, as well as kokanee salmon. Visitors also enjoy boating, sailing, canoeing, kayaking and swimming.
This campground offers 44 single sites, 4 double sites, and 1 group site that accomodates up to 50 people. During the peak season, two Campground Hosts are available for information and assistance. Picnic tables and fire rings with grills are provided, as are vault toilets and drinking water. A boat ramp and dock are on-site.
Fremont Lake sits at the foot of the rugged Wind River Range, known for its craggy granite peaks and sparkling glacial lakes. The campground is situated on a forested hillside above the lake. Aspen, Douglas fir, juniper and a dense understory provide shade and privacy between campsites.
The Museum of the Mountain Man in Pinedale features a large collection of Rocky Mountain fur trade era artifacts. Exhibits include American Indian and Mountain Man displays, as well as history of the settlement of Sublette County, Wyoming.
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I stayed here in late May, 2018. Although I made a reservation, most sites were unoccupied. Sites are spacious and spaced well apart, some along the lake’s edge. A breeze kicked up but not too fierce. If you are looking to get away and relax without much to do, this campground is a great option.
Get a reservation in advance for the best lakeside sites. Mew pavement has been added so that even big RVs can be comfortably parked: no hookups. A group site is also available for reservations.
Walk to the lakeside beach or launch your boat or kayak at the boat ramp. Jut a short drive into town for dinner or provisions.
Great to take the kids. Bad weather when we went though
This is an absolutely beautiful area: big blue lake, rolling green hills, snow-capped mountains far off. And for the kids who get bored of vistas they can play along the shore and enjoy canoeing. Only a few of the campsites seemed to have good views and those were all taken, but we enjoyed our very forested campsite here. If you don’t have a boat you’ll miss out on the appeal of this place. They had water and outhouses but no showers.
The lake was beautiful and clear but it was packed with kids during the day. Short trip from the center of town so if you need anything you can book over to the market. Thr campground was clean and well taken care of.
I went kayaking here and it was so hot. The temperature was in the 90s . Otherwise the trip was amazing and was a blast. there is a lot of other people and The lake was big and had a lot of people boating