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.
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