Green River Lakes Campground is located near the shores of beautiful Lower Green River Lake, at an elevation of 8,000 feet. The lake sits on the western edge of the rugged Wind River Range in Wyoming. Visitors enjoy hiking and backpacking into the adjacent Bridger Wilderness, as well as fishing and canoeing on the lake.
The campground contains three large-group campsites with picnic tables, food storage locker, campfire circles and grills. Sites A and B can accommodate up to 35 people each, and site C can accommodate up to 50 people. Vault toilets and drinking water are available. A campground host is located on-site. Roads and parking spurs within the campground are dirt. Parking for the group sites are not designed for large RVs or trailers.
36 additional single sites are available within the campground, they are first come/first served. No reservations.
Square Top Mountain towers over scenic Green River Lakes. This unique peak is part of the Wind River Range and tops out at an elevation of 11,581 feet. Most campsites afford scenic views of the peak and the lake below. Lodgepole pines dot the campground, offering very limited shade. Wildlife and summer wildflowers are abundant in the area.
Pinedale is the nearest full service community, and is located 50 miles south of the campground.
The lake is open to small watercraft only, making it an excellent location for canoeing and kayaking. A primitive, carry-down boat launch is located at the lakeshore. Anglers fish for brook, cutthroat, rainbow and mackinaw trout. Hiking and horseback riding into the Bridger Wilderness and Wind River Range are popular activities enjoyed by visitors to the area. Trails in the area include the Continental Divide Trail, Highline Trail and Lakeside Trail. A trailhead parking area, horse corral and water trough are just outside the campground.
PO BOX 220 29 E. FREMONT LAKE RD PINEDALE WY 82941
For campground inquiries, please call: 1-307-367-4326
From Pinedale, drive 7 miles west on U.S. Highway 191. Turn north onto Wyoming Highway 352 and continue 25 miles to the forest boundary, where the pavement ends. Continue on the dirt road for 18 miles to the campground. While the dirt road to the campground is suitable for 2 wheel drive vehicles, weather can make this road impassable to all but 4 wheel drive vehicles, call the district office to inquire on road conditions.