Bridger-Teton National Forest
Lake Alice Campground has 9 campsites and is a 1.5 mile hike east from the Hobble Creek Campground. Lake Alice provides beautiful views, fishing and a variety of hiking and horseback opportunities to visitors. Visitors are strongly encouraged to practice clean camping techniques and to store…
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Tent Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- Picnic Table
Disclosure: It is NOT 3.5 miles to the campground, it is 1.5 to the lake and another to .25 or so to the camping area on the east side of the lake. The app on my phone was screwy. Sorry for the confusion in my videos.
Campground Review: For a primitive camping area this place is pretty sweet!…
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Lake Alice is located in Wyoming
From the Town of Kemmerer, Wyoming, head west on United States Highway 30 (US-30) for 44 miles to the Town of Cokeville, WY. Make a right turn on Wyoming State Highway 232 (WY-232)/Big Spring Scenic Backway, and after approximately 12.5 miles take a right onto Forest Service Road 10062 (FS-10062). Follow FS-10062 for 8.5 miles and take a left onto Hobble Creek Road/FS-10193. Follow FS-10193 for 4.8 miles and then take the first left to stay on said road. Continue following FS-10193 for an additional 1.3 miles and bear left at the fork to stay on FS-10193 and continue for an additional 7.7 miles and take a right at the fork. Continue driving past the campground and take another right at the second fork towards Lake Alice Trailhead at the end of the road. Begin hiking on Lake Alice Trail/National Forest System Trail 1025, crossing the bridge and staying left at the trail junction just beyond the bridge and continue approximately 1.6 miles to Lake Alice. Once at Lake Alice stay right and follow the trail along the southern shore of the lake and Lake Alice Campground is an additional 0.6 miles down this trail. Approximate travel details from the Town of Kemmerer: 79 miles, 1 hour and 45 minutes for drive time plus 40 minutes hiking time.