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Pinedale, WY South Side City Limits
Welcome to Pinedale Wyoming, home of the oldest Mountain Man Rendezvous Pageant held during the Green River Rendezvous every year in July. Originally, the Green River Rendezvous was an annual event where mountain men, trappers, travelers and Indians all gathered in a valley 'below the Green' River to barter, trade, sell, and swap skins, pelts, guns, jewelry and whatever else they needed.
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Community of Pinedale, WY
Pinedale, Wyoming is located in western Wyoming approximately 78 miles south of Jackson Hole and 100 miles north of Rock Springs along Highway 191. The town is nestled on the western flank of the Wind River Mountain Range, WY. Pinedale, WY; is a small community with a western flavor. Pinedale is your basecamp for adventure into the beautiful Wind River Mountains, and right on the way to Yellowstone National Park, WY; the Tetons, WY; and Jackson Hole, WY.
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Wyoming State Parks and Historical Sites
State Parks - Bear River Boysen Buffalo Bill Curt Gowdy Edness K. Wilkins Glendo Guernsey Hawk Springs Hot Springs Keyhole Seminoe Sinks Canyon. - Wyoming State Historical Sites - Connor Battlefield Fort Bridger Fort Fetterman Fort Fred Steele Fort Phil Kearny Historic Governors' Mansion Independence Rock South Pass City Trail End Wyoming Pioneer Museum Wyoming Territorial Prison Medicine Lodge
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Half Moon, WY Wildlife Habitat Management Area
Half Moon Wildlife Habitat Management Area is six miles southeast of Pinedale, WY; and provides quality winter range for up to 700 elk and a large population of mule deer. Perhaps the most striking feature of the area is Half Moon Mountain, which starts at 7,400 feet elevation and rises to 8,200 feet in less than a mile. Besides providing habitat for elk and deer, Half Moon is home to pronghorn antelope, sage grouse, moose, rabbits, coyotes and many songbirds. The area also provides access to adjacent U.S. Forest Service lands. Half Moon is closed each year from November 1 through April 30.
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Pinedale Airport
Known as Wenz Field it is located approximately 6 miles south of Pinedale next to US Hwy 191. The runway is 7100' x 100', asphalt surface. Elevation is 7080'. This field will accomodate most corporate jets. Services include fuel, aircraft maintenance, repair & inspection. Call New Breed Aviation at 307-367-2290 for additional information. They can also be reached by e-mail at [email protected]
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Wildlife Veiwing Area
This is a good viewing area where you may happen to see Elk, Antelope, Mule Deer & a variety of other small game. Binoculars are a great help.
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Wind River, WY Campground
This resort is easily accessed from Hwy 191 with large sites which can accommodate larger RV's. There are many lakes and rivers within driving distance. Area provides for nature walks and more strenuous hiking for the adventuresome. Shopping and parks are nearby as are beautiful national parks.
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New Fork River, WY Float Access
Fishing, Boat Ramp, Public Restrooms. Originating at New Fork Lakes, The New Fork River is a major tributary of Wyoming's, Green River. One can fish for brook trout, brown trout, rainbow and whitefish.
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Hwy #353 (Boulder)
Boulder Boat Access
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Boulder, WY Fish Hatchery & Access
Located 15 miles south of Pinedale on Highway 191, then 1.5 miles east on Boulder Rearing Station Road. The main species of fish raised at Boulder are rainbow and brown trout; however, cutthroat trout and kokanee salmon have also been a part of the production. Most of the fish from Boulder are stocked in the Green River drainage and the southwest portion of the state.
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Oregon Trail Campsite Historical Marker
Picture courtesy of Sublette.com
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Hwy 351 West
To Marbleton, Big Piney & Hwy 189. Hwy 351 runs 27 miles across and cross's the Green River at about the halfway point.
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Bridger Wilderness (Big Sandy Access)
ACCESS U.S. Highway 191, the major highway between Rock Springs and Jackson, Wyoming, lies west of the Wind River Range. Major trailheads are reached via roads which are clearly signed at intersections with Highway 191. Shuttle services between Jackson and Rock Springs, and trailheads are available from local private contractors.
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Wildlife Viewing Area
An excellent place to view a large variety of wildlife. Binoculars are a big plus as you may have to view from a distance of several miles.
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Sublette-Sweetwater County Line
The Museum presents a visual and interpretative experience into the romantic era of the Mountain man and provides a comprehensive overview of the Western Fur Trade's historical significance. Situated in the heart of the country that was once the hub of the Rocky Mountain Rendezvous.
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Big Sandy Recreation Area
Recreation at Big Sandy Reservoir is directly managed by the Bureau of Reclamation. Information about the area can be obtained by contacting: Big Sandy Reservoir Provo Area Office. The site has primitive facilities and no on-site manager or law enforcement. Situated in an open setting north of Farson, Wyoming, at the 6,760-foot elevation, with a 2,500-acre surface area. Use is low and seasonal. Available fish species include brown trout, cutthroat trout, and catfish. The Big Sandy Reservoir U.S. Geological Survey map covers the area.
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Oregon Trail Cutoff Historical Marker
Sublette Cutoff, also called (Parting of the Ways) BLM lands, scenic views, remote areas.
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Eighteen Mile Road
Access from highway.
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Junction Hwy 28
Farson, WY (Population 242) Named after John Farson who started an irrigation project in the area. South Pass City Historical Marker approx 70 miles east on Hwy 28 Motel, Fuel,Cafe, General Store
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Point of information
Crossing Little Sandy River, WY.
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Gas, Groceries
Access from highway.
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Bicentennial Park
Roadside park with picnic area & playground
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Eden, WY
Population 388, Named by Mennonite settlers. Of note here is the Oregon Trail Baptist Church. Heading on south one pass's the Killpecker Dunes on the eastern horizon.
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Roadside Table
One Picnic Table
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Roadside Highway Scenic Turnout
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Scenic Turnout
Access from highway.
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Roadside Park
Picnic Tables, restroom, small. pond
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Parking Area
Access from highway.
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Reliance, WY
Named from the Reliance Coal Mines. Population 665, elevation 6500' Take a self-guided tour of the Reliance Tipple museum
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Yellowstone Rd
Sweetwater County Fair Grounds
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Junction I-80
Access from highway. West access to Rock Springs, WY, Green River, WY, Evanston, WY.- East access to Rawlins, WY, Laramie, WY, Cheyenne, WY. - NOTE: For highway travel via Wyoming Interstate Highway #80 - See RV Highway Travel Map Guide - Interstate #80 for driving directions.

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Exit 102
At this exit you will find dining, motels & gas stations.
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Exit 99 Hwy 191 South
Access from highway.
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Little Fire Hole Road
local Access Road
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Roadside Highway Scenic Turnout
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Scenic Turnout
Access from highway.
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Firehole Canyon WY
Access to The Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, WY - Boating, Camping, Fishing. The Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area has 201,000 acres of scenic land, which surrounds Flaming Gorge Reservoir. The Reservoir is feed by Wyoming's Green River. The Flaming Gorge was named, due to the spectacular red rock cliffs that surround the river
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Little Bitter Creek Road
Access from highway.
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Lower Sage Creek Road
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Scenic Turnout
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Scenic Turnout
Access from highway.
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Salt Wells Creek Road
Access from highway.
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Upper Sage Creek Road
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Scenic Turnout
Access from highway.
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Red Creek Access
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Scenic Turnout
Access from highway.
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Clay Basin, WY
Access from highway.
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Spring Creek Guest Ranch, WY
Access from highway.
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Flaming Gorge, WY Reservoir Upper Marsh Creek
Boating & Fishing Access. This lake lies completely within the scenic Flaming Gorge National Recreational Area which lies partially in Utah and mostly Wyoming. Popular recreational sites include Squaw Hollow and Buckboard Crossing on the western shoreline and Firehole Canyon and Upper Marsh Creek on the eastern shoreline. Lucerne Valley Recreation offers camping on an outer fork surrounded on three sides by the lake on the Utah side along the southwestern section.
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Clay Basin, WY
Brown Park, John Vargis High School
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Wyoming-Utah State Line
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