Fremont Lake

Fremont Lake Overlook is a must when passing through Pinedale.  A 1.5 mile drive on Fremont Lake Road welcomes you to the rolling foothills and backdrop of Wind River Mountain’s spectacular peaks. Fremont Lake is 12 miles long, half a mile wide, and 600 feet deep, making it the second largest natural lake in Wyoming and one of America's deepest.  This stunning example of glacial geology was named for explorer John C. Fremont (1813-1890). It should come as no surprise that Fremont Lake is the recreational hub of Pinedale.  It’s a beautiful, pristine and an undeveloped destination that offers easy access to outdoor activities summer and winter and is a focal point for popular annual events.

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Latitude: 42.899744 Longitude: -109.819766 Elevation: 7442 ft
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Recreational Opportunities

Sailing, Boating, Lake Fishing, Paddle Boarding, Ice Fishing, XC skiing, Snowshoeing, Water Skiing, Jet Skiing, Sunbathing, Hiking, Swimming, Spearfishing, Bowfishing

Seasons Accessible

Yearround

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