Fremont Lake Campground & Upper Boat Site reconstruction update
by Bridger-Teton National Forest
July 4, 2014
The Fremont Lake Campground, located on the Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) five miles north of Pinedale, Wyoming, is anticipated to be completed in mid to late summer of this year. The Fremont Lake Upper Boat Ramp reconstruction project is currently out for bid and will remain closed until construction is completed.
Fremont Campground improvements include new restrooms, new tables and fire rings, reconstructed parking spurs, an overflow parking lot, a new group site, and two-way access to the boat site.
The Lower Fremont boat ramp, located on the southwest shore of Fremont Lake, will remain open to boaters throughout the summer and fall. The Forest Service and Wyoming Game and Fish are working in partnership to reconstruct the Upper Fremont boat ramp and dock.
"The Fremont Campground reconstruction project is really starting to come together," John Moore, Pinedale District Ranger said. "We recognize the campground closure is inconvenient for the public and are as eager as the public to see this campground completed and open".
Reservations will not be accepted for the Fremont Campground until the reconstruction project is completed. Campers will be redirected to other available sites on the Pinedale Ranger District, including campgrounds at Half Moon Lake, Elkhart Park, New Fork Lake, and Boulder Lake.
Further information regarding construction plans and progress updates regarding these two projects is available at the Pinedale Ranger District, 29 E. Fremont Lake Road, 307-367-4326.