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Middle Piney campground

 There is a vault toilet that is cleaned and maintained regularly, but no trash or water services. This is a pack-in/pack-out site. Enjoy a spectacular view of the lake and great fishing. There is a boat ramp at the lake, but Wyoming Game and Fish regulations allow non-motorized and electric powered boats on the lake. The trailhead to access the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail and Wyoming Peak are located at this campground; and visitors are a short drive away from the North Piney Lake ATV trail to the north and the historic Lander Cutoff of the Oregon Trail to the south.


Operational Hours:

The campground will be closed throughout the Middle Piney Dam reconstruction project. Closure dates are July 9, 2018 - summer 2020.


This campground cannot be reserved in advance.  All of the Bridger-Teton campgrounds are on a "First come, first served basis."


From the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming, head west on Wyoming State Highway 350 (WY 350). Continue on WY 350 for approximately 10 miles ( WY 350 transitions into County Road 111/ Middle Piney Road). Continue on County Road 111/Middle Piney Road for an additional 10 miles where you will then enter the Bridger-Teton National Forest (the road name changes again to Forest Service Road (FS) 10046). Follow FS 10046 for approximately 2 miles. Veer left at the fork onto FS 10024 heading towards Middle Piney Lake. Follow FS 10024 for approximately 0.75 miles to a second fork and veer left again to stay on FS 10024. Follow FS 10024 for approximately 4 miles to access Middle Piney Lake Campground.

Approximate Travel details from the Town of Big Piney: 26 miles, 42 minutes

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