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Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
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About Willow Lake

This campground is located on the south shore of Willow Lake, 14 miles north of Pinedale on a dirt road. This is an undeveloped campground and receives minimal levels of maintenance. Few sites within the camp area provide picnic tables and fire rings. A boat launch and a vault toilet service the entire dispersed area. This lake has great views of the Wind River Range and is popular for its boating and fishing. Please remember proper Food Storage is required.

National Forest
Drive In
Boat In
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Willow Lake is located in Wyoming
42.991 N
-109.9 W
Get Directions
Starting from the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, head west on United States Highway 191 (US-191) making a right turn on North Jackson Avenue which then changes name to Willow Lake Road/County Road-119, stay on Willow Lake Road for approximately 10 miles. Upon entering The Bridger-Teton National Forest the road junctions, take a left onto Willow Lake Road/Forest Service Road 370751 and follow it for 1 mile and Willow Lake Campground on the right. Approximate travel details from the Town of Pinedale: 11 miles, 20 minutes.
3 Reviews of Willow Lake

This place is amazing. We took the aide road off the main campsites and found the second site on the road and it’s amazing. We could pass the road in our vehicle and it’s a large site with a private beach. You can also hike down the road to sites impassable by car. Can access by ATV, horse, foot, watercraft. Water is clear but cold and super quiet during the week. We are the only people here right now. So amazing. Be prepared for bugs tho. You need deet, torches, and keep a fire on low wind. Other than that perfect.

One of the best spot

I love this spot because it is less populated than others. Camp spots are spread out so you aren’t on top of each other. The lake is beautiful and great for kayaking or sup.

First to Review

Hardly could be called a campground,  a few lakeside (if Lake not high) picnic tables, a few fire rings.  A little shade at lakes edge from Aspens.  Sage country typ.  Very little use,  Willow lake at times can be great from boat, for nice Macs and some bows. 

Use extreme lower end, flooded prairie for bows, and occ. Browns. Use subsurface bars, (cut thru glacial terminal moraines for Macs). 

NO dock but good sandy beach areas right at campsites for mooring.  A long, typical area glacial cut fiord type lake. 

Very little pressure.  A short shelf road, cimbs up to lake and down again to the lake.  Take it easy this is a 1 track road. Cross your fingers and hope nobody tearing up from the other side. 

Very peaceful, quiet, clean lake water.  Not terribly windy.