See you on the lake. Take it easy on Fremont or Half Moon. Or rent snowmobiles from Bucky's Outdoors or Rocky Mountain Powersports and enjoy the solitude.
Experience the peaceful nordic trails. Pinedale offers several groomed XC ski opportunities ranging from beginner to extreme. The CCC Ponds Ski Trails are great for those beginners. Kelly Park and White Pine offer more difficult groomed trails.
Skim across Fremont Lake and roam the large body of water. If you haven't tried paddle boarding before, nows a great time to start!
Glide or race over one of the nation's deepest lakes. Lakeside's Marina offers many ways to float Fremont's 600 foot deep waters.
Go for a drive and take in the views and wildlife. Grab maps and recommendations from The Great Outdoor Shop or Sublette County Chamber of Commerce in town and fill up your tank. Skyline Drive is always a winner.
Grill out in style. Pinedale and it's surrounding area provide numerous places to park your camper or tent. Soda Lake is a favorite spot surrounded by high dessert landscapes and wildlife.
Explore the Winds. Come prepared or get what you need at The Great Outdoor Shop. We are surrounded by three mountain ranges with vast opportunities, Wind River, Gros Ventre, and Wyoming mountain ranges. Backpacking here never gets old.
Ride the white wave. White Pine Ski Resort is just a 10 minute drive from Lakeside Lodge. Guests, skip the line and buy your pass at our front desk.
Cruise several groomers, like at Kelly Park or White Pine, or explore the single track, compliments of our local bike shop, Geared Up.
Cast your line in a fisherman's paradise. Pinedale's lakes, creeks, rivers, and streams are top notch. The local guides know a multitude of sweet spots. Upper Green River Lake, past Cora, Wy, can be a great starting point with an iconic Square Top Mountain backdrop. Hire a guide or get your gear from Two Rivers Fishing Co.
Hit the slopes. Pinedale offers it's very own ski resort. White Pine Ski Resort is just moments away from Lakeside Lodge. Skip the lines and get your pass at our front desk.
Go where the paths take you and wander through town on a number of paved trails year round. Boyd Skinner Memorial Park and American Legion Park (also known as Veteran's Memorial Park)
Take in the beauty! The Elk Heart Park trailhead is just a 15 minute drive from Lakeside Lodge. Photographer's Point is maintained by the Forest Service. Pack sunscreen, bug spray, lots of water and snacks, bear spray isn't a bad idea either. You can't go wrong with the local favorite, and unofficial, Sacred Rim hike (take caution: not kid friendly because of cliffs, keep dogs on a leash).
Roam our naturally formed, glacial lake. Twelve miles of water surrounded by protected forest with picturesque mountain top views.