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425 E. Magnolia Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2881 • 100 person meeting space, media, computer stations/wireless, lounge area, full service kitchen, catering services available.

SUBLETTE COUNTY LIBRARY 155 South Tyler Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4114 • 220 person event space, high tech, wireless, great location.

PINEDALE AQUATIC AND RECREATION CENTER 535 North Tyler Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2832 • Recreational and leisure services Competition and leisure pools, sauna, gym, climbing wall, raquetball, tennis, training equipment, locker rooms, and more. Youth & adult programs. Childcare offered. Visitors welcome. 797 persons capacity.

MOOSE CREEK DINING ROOM 1220 West Wilson Avenue Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4616 Western dining area with 75 person capacity.

PITCHFORK FONDUE 9888 Highway 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-3607 • Western Outdoor Cookout space with handcrafted picnic tables and canopy covers with beautiful views of Wind River Range. 240 person capacity. Summer operation only.

PINEDALE RODEO GROUNDS 9888 Highway 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2120 20 acres of open grounds and parking for special events, rodeos, carnivals, and concerts. 3000+ person capacity. $300/day $1,000 security damage deposit and insurance required for private businesses. Horse related events are considered a waiver of fees.


• We don’t have restaurants run by celebrity chefs, we don’t even have a greasy burger joint with a clown as a mascot. We do have locally-run restaurants, diners and cafes that will serve you a great steak, a giant breakfast, Mexican and even Chinese food. • We don’t have rootin’ tootin’ fake shoot-outs each night staged for your entertainment. We do have real ranchers

• We don’t have a mall with designer labels or even giant discount store with aisle after aisle of stuff. We do have local shops with owners that know about customer service and artisans that craft everything from jewelry to handmade saddles. • We don’t have a theme park with roller coasters and thrill rides. We do have snowmobiling, Nordic skiing, hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting just minutes from downtown that will offer you

• We are a town of 2000 built by ranchers, grown by providing energy for the nation, and surrounded by a stunning setting. We invite you to visit us and learn what an authentic western town is like, we invite you to explore the sights that will stir your soul, and we will welcome you to this special place that we call home.


WAGON WHEEL MOTEL 407 South Pine Street, HWY 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2871 15 double queen rooms.

HALF MOON MOTEL 46 North Sublette Ave Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2851 • 8 single, 11 double rooms.

OBO'S MARKET & DELI 212 East Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-3600 • Deli, grocery, specialty meats and seafood, pizza. Catering available.

WIND RIVER CAJUN CAFÉ & BAKERY 9880 Highway 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-3634 Authentic cajun food and daily lunch specials. Opened 5:00 am - 8:00 pm. Closed Mondays.

SUBWAY WOLF DEN MOTEL 327 Pine Street, HWY 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-231-3209 5 double rooms, 4 doubles with kitchen.

1088 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-3346 • Open Daily from 7:00 am to 9:00pm

SUGAR SHACK TETON COURT MOTEL 123 East Magnolia Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4317 • 8 single, 4 - two rooms w/ kichenettes, 5 - single rooms w/ kitchenettes, one two bedroom apartment.

310 East Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6404 To go orders welcome. Opened seasonal with outdoor picnic tables with canopy.

PATIO GRILL SUNDANCE MOTEL 148 East Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4789 • 18 rooms - 6 kings, 5 queens, 4 double queens, 2 double queens with kitchenettes, one triple w/ kitchenette.

35 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4611 Daily 6am-9pm. American Food.

THE HEART & SOUL BAKERY-CAFÉ BEST WESTERN PINEDALE INN 864 West Pine Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6869 • 84 rooms.


27 E. Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 Open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Serving-fresh baked goods, soups, salads, sandwiches, espresso-ice cream-gelato-Nice healthy dining … inside and outside.

MOUNTAIN MOCHA 810 West Pine Street Pinedale 82941 Open M-F 6am-4pm, Sat-Sun 7am-2pm Drive through bar serving specialty coffees, cider, smoothies, biscotti, oatmeal, breakfast burritos, and other delights.


1624 West Pine Street, HWY 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-8300 • 82 room hotel, 75 person meeting rooms, hot continential breakfast served daily.

113 South Maybell Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4760 200 person capacity. Larger meeting space that can open to church ceremonies. Dining room, kitchen, security deposit required.


• We don’t have skyscrapers or a university; we don’t even have a stoplight. We do have excellent schools, a Library that rivals those in big cities, a stunning Aquatic Center, and Wyoming’s oldest arts organization.

120 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6781 Authentic Mexican Food and Margaritas.



thrills you can’t find on any man made ride.

PINEDALE COZY CABINS 66 North Madison Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-3401 • 6 cabins/2 bedrooms/full kitchen/living room. Located adjacent to American Legion Park and Pine Creek.

55 Bloomfield Avenue Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6700 • 102 rooms, 70 person meeting room.

147 East Hennick Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2139 x 1 • 519 seat theater. Call for availablity.

and wranglers and rodeos; and each year we honor the legendary Mountain Man with the Green River Rendezvous celebration in town.

307-367-2448 Specialty Coffees and Restaurant downtown Pinedale. Find them on facebook for specials and events.

1033 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4339 Meeting rooms and kitchen with a bar open to the public. 100 person capacity.


• We don’t have giant busses crowded with camera-clicking tourists sitting behind tinted glass. We do have stunning scenery of the rugged Wind River Mountains, hundreds of glacial lakes, and wildlife that rival the most famous sights on earth.

an old west charm. Beautifully landscaped, bus parking, pet allowed with deposit, German spoken. Picnic area, ATM, shopping, restaurants nearby. Horse boarding and drop-off service available.

134 South Fremont Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4136 50 person capacity. Nice room in quiet building and open area for additional gathering space. Kitchenette. No fees.

SUBLETTE COUNTY ICE ARENA 1219 Washington Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6313 The Ice Arena is available for facility rental and is managed for ice time for groups such as public skate, figure skate, and hockey. Off season, facility can accommodate conference space, large banquets, trade shows, indoor concerts. The Archery Room provides private meeting space. Contact arena for capacity levels.

PINEDALE RIFLE & PISTOL RANGE Industrial Site Road Pinedale WY 82941 Public range excellent for shooting tournaments. 100,200, and 300 yard capabilites with six target frames and two shooting benches and outdoor section for pistol range. Opened daily 8 am to sunset.

SAGEBRUSH DOWNS OVAL RACETRACK Highway 352, approx. 7 miles north of Pinedale Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4372 Outdoor oval racetrack with announcer box, parking, concession building. Year round availability for events such as snowmobile race, outdoor sporting events, dog agility, disc golf, motocross.


THE LODGE AT PINEDALE 1054 West Pine Street, HWY 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-8800 • 43 rooms, 25 person meeting capacity.

HIGH COUNTRY SUITES 1133 West Pine Street, HWY 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-5770 • 100 extended stay rooms, 26 person meeting room.




307-360-8771 • Guided motorcycle rides throughout the Rocky Mountain West.

TOP SHELF ARTIC CAT 217 Country Club Lane Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-3674 ATV and Snowmobile licenses.

GANNETT SPORTS 1552 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6711 Fishing and hunting licenses.


204 South Jackson Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4555 Full hook ups, pull through, restroom, showers.


BUCKY'S OUTDOORS 146 South Lincoln Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4561 • ATV and Snowmobile licenses.



44 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4788 Outstanding gourmet Chinese cuisine with over 100 items to choose from with seasonal sushi bar.

211 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4131 • Fishing Licenses.


332 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2440 • Fishing, hunting licenses. Wind River Indian Reservation permits.



30 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2469 Good food - Pizza and Burgers.



117 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4563 Daily 6 am-11 pm: Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Outstanding prime rib, steaks, seafood, great potato & salad bar, home-made breads. Can accommodate large groups. Spirits & weekend entertainment. Catering. Wind River Mountain guides for hunting, fishing, mountain climbing, and more.



43 South Sublette Avenue Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6763 Copy center, public fax.

4 Country Club Lane Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6760 • M-Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 11am-8pm Soup, Salad, & Pizza Bar. Fresh homemade ingredients.

34 North Franklin Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-7234 Mailing, UPS, FedX services, fax service.




111 West Magnolia Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2168 • Intimate 5 bedroom B & B with buffet area and family room style meeting space. Located in the heart of downtown. The oldest running B & B in the state of Wyoming.

905 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4233 Open 7 days a week. Where the good ole' boys meet with family and friends in this casual family style restaurant. Famous homemade pies, made from scratch daily.



442 Marilyn Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2424 Rustic and relaxing, located in downtown close to restaurants and outdoor parks.

402 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2337 • Our brewery is THE spot for those who appreciate the art of handcrafted superior brews. We brew award winning beers, created in-house using only the finest ingredients and pure glacier water. Our menu includes pub favorites, fresh salads, homemade soups, appetizers and fine steaks. The brew pub is smoke free, has wireless Internet and big screen TVs.




49 East Magnolia Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4579 • Historic cabins built in 1929. A green operation with a recycling program, cotton and wool blankets, and green housekeeping practices. The cabins offer modern world amenities with

ROCK RABBIT COFFEE & BISTRO 23 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941


26 North Tyler Ave Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-4461 Cellular Services, UPS, FedX shipping.



332 West Pine Street Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-2440 Shuttle and transportation services.

SUBLINK STAGE CHARTER SERVICES 9326 Highway 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-7433 Shuttle and transportation services.

PINEDALE AIRPORT 9357 Highway 191 Pinedale WY 82941 307-367-6425 Well positioned municipal airport located between Rock Springs and Jackson.

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JANUARY International Pedigree® Stage Stop Sled Dog Race joins the Pinedale community on the last Sunday in January each year. The IPSSSDR is the largest dog sled race in the lower 48 states, was founded in 1996 by Frank Teasley to make sled dog racing more accessible to the public. Pinedale is the third stage of the race and welcomes the professional mushers and visitors with a Welcome Mushers Dinner and excellent racing among the Wind River Range.

FEBRUARY The One Lunger 100 Vintage Snowmobile Races. The Pinedale Snow Explorers Club plays host to one of the best vintage snowmobile races in the world for fans and racers. Pre-event registration parties, Vintage Sled Expos, extreme film premiers, a heck of a race course at Sagebrush Downs and the close proximity to the Continental Divide Snowmobile Trails is a great way for racers, fans, crews, and enthusiasts to enjoy an extended President’s Weekend in Pinedale. For event information contact Mike Carillo at Wyoming Senior Winter Games. Held annually on President’s Day Weekend with four days of fun and fitness for athletes age 50 or better. There’s something for everyone, so mark your calendars for President’s Day Weekend and start training!

MARCH Big Fish Ice Fishing Derby on Fremont Lake. Fremont Lake and Half Moon Lake are Pinedale’s closest lakes and offer first-rate ice fishing opportunities. Lakes typically freeze around late December and stay frozen until about mid-March. The highlight of the winter is the first weekend in March with the Big Fish Ice Fishing Derby on Fremont Lake. Sponsored by the Pinedale Boat Club with hourly prizes and an excellent grand purse, this 2-day weekend event draws fishermen (and women) from all over the Rocky Mountain region.

APRIL Cabin Fever Spring Fair. It may have been a long hard winter, and the arrival of warmer weather will soon chase away those chilly memories … that’s what the folks at Sublette County Fairgrounds hope anyway, with the Cabin Fever Spring Fair. Good company and all things cowboy and cowgirl visitors can roundup for the junior high rodeo finals and an evening concert with up and coming country bands.

LocalFest. Hosted annually by the Sublette Local Food Alliance, this week long event brings together hundreds of individuals from across the Rocky Mountain West, who are engaged in all aspects of "localness" including local economies, local food and local distribution. The conference includes hands on workshops, keynote speakers, a film festival, and visits to local farms, henhouses and community gardens.

JUNE Pinedale Farmers Market. A weekly market held in the summer months for local and regional growers, artisans and gourmands. Markets are held on Thursdays from 4:00pm - 7:00pm downtown Pinedale between Rock Rabbit and the Visitor's Center.

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Annual Horseshoe Pitch. Since the 1976, the Pinedale Boat Club has hosted the tournament that has attracted competitors and spectators alike the first Saturday in June. Registration begins at 10AM and pitching begins at 11AM. This is a blind draw doubles tournament with $500 added purse. Entry fee includes club membership and tournament fee $50.00 and is held at American Legion Park.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS FROM JACKSON: Leaving downtown Jackson drive south on Scenic Byway 189/191 through Bondurant, Wyoming, south to Pinedale.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS FROM ROCK SPRINGS: Follow US Highway 191 North through Farson and Boulder, Wyoming to Pinedale.

JULY Green River Rendezvous. Pinedale’s oldest and longest standing cultural event is held annually the second weekend in July and is enjoyed by visitors and locals alike. The four day celebration includes the Green River Rendezvous Pageant, in which local participants re-create an authentic rendezvous in full costume to give a lively, historical performance of this unique time in Pinedale and American history. Vendor Street Fair, Museum of the Mountain specialty tours and demonstrations, Kids’ Fishing Derby, “Spirit of the Winds” Fireworks Show, 3-on-3 Rendezvous Basketball Tournament, Rendezvous Parade, live music, and the Native American Dance performances makes this Pinedale’s biggest summer event.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS FROM SALT LAKE CITY Follow US Highway 80 East for approximately 90 miles crossing into Wyoming. Take the US-189 North Exit 18 toward Kemmerer/Teton-Yellowstone/Fossil Butte. Turn left onto Highway 189/County Road-181 and continue for approximately 32 miles. Follow all signs and stay on US-189 for approximately 95 miles. Take slight right to Highway 191 and travel 10 miles to enter Pinedale.

AUGUST Wind River Rodeo Series. Friday nights at the Pinedale Rodeo Grounds fans get to experience an authentic rodeo. These rodeos harken back to the earliest roots of our cowboy history with events like Ranch Saddle Bronc and Team Doctoring while embracing the competitive nature of today’s modern rodeo with Bronc Riding, Bull Riding, Bareback Riding, Team Roping, Tie-down Roping, Breakaway Roping, and Barrel Racing. A favorite of the night is to excite those little buckaroos with the Mutton Busting and a Calf Scramble. It all takes place in two hours of action-packed excitement and fun for the entire family. Performances start at 7:00 pm. Admission at gate $5-$8/person

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Sailing Regatta on Fremont Lake. The sport of sailing embarks on Wyoming’s second largest lake the second weekend of August. Often times racers have to travel far to compete, so it's exciting to have the annual two day, five-race competition right here in our backyard. Pinedale’s sailing season is filled with unique challenges and is the best environment for sailors to train to get better. Event details are available at www.pinedaleonline/boatclub/.

SEPTEMBER Pinedale Half Marathon at Fremont Lake. At autumn’s peak, the Pinedale Half Marathon draws all walks of life, even the running ones, annually on the fourth Saturday of the month. The event includes a run/walk for the entire half (13.1 miles), a 10K (6.2 miles) or a one mile course. A FREE Community BBQ is open to everyone after the race. Visitors from all over the states are drawn to this family friendly marathon, especially participants with young ones…quality childcare is offered from the Pinedale Aquatic Center to children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old on race day. Registration opens in the spring.

OCTOBER Hunting Season. Pinedale is the welcome center for out of area hunters. Fifteen of the Wyoming’s twenty two elk field grounds are located in Sublette County, which assure a good number of elk during the hunting season each year. Elk, moose, black bear, mountain lion, antelope, mule deer, white tail deer, big horn sheep…book your next outdoor adventure with one of our local outfitters.

NOVEMBER Thanksgiving Turkey Trot 5K. The backdrop of the Wind River Mountains treats participants to spectacular views and has this event a very popular start to many family’s Thanksgiving Day. visiting trotters are welcome to join us on the holiday for the 5K Run/Walk/Bike Thanksgiving morning…rain, shine, below zero, windy or the normal beautiful morning at 9:00 am at 22 Sportsman Loop.

DECEMBER Mountain Man Christmas. Wyoming’s one and only nighttime parade happens the second Saturday in December. The Christmas Tree Lighting, family friendly open house at the Visitor Center, hot cocoa, ornament decorating, late night shopping, and more brings on the cheer for the upcoming holiday season on Main Street Pinedale.

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During the years 1824-1840, the Pinedale region was at the heart of the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade, which supplied precious beaver pelts to the fashion industries of Europe and the eastern United States. Mountain men like Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, Thomas Fitzpatrick and William Sublette carved their legends here, and opened the way for the pioneers of the Oregon Trail. The Museum of the Mountain Man shares a comprehensive collection of Rocky Mountain fur trade journals, relics such as Jim Bridger’s Rifle and the finest Native American sheephorn bow still in existence. Opened May 1 through Nov 1 and winter season by appointment. Admission $3-$5.

AMERICAN LEGION PARK The American Legion Park is a beautiful setting that attracts locals and visitors daily with its lush grass, healthy established trees, walking path, gazebo, seating areas, 24/7 public restroom and proximity to the peaceful flow of Pine Creek. Pinedale is a community that cares about its veterans and its history as seen by the Veteran’s Memorial monument. 68,000 pounds of granite, large glossy black granite panels engraved with the names of those who served surround a central column that is topped with a bronze sculpture of two soaring eagles with the inscription “Honor, Service, Pride.” Members of Fremont Peak VFW Post 4801 conducted extensive research with veterans’ names going back several generations to the Spanish American War.

ELKHART PARK Elkhart Park is the highest trailhead in the Wind River Range starting at 9,100 feet and the surrounding peaks climb to 13,000 feet. Elkhart trailhead is approximately 15 miles northeast of Pinedale with good paved road access and a parking lot. The first four miles of trail guides hikers through fairly dense forest. After five miles is Photographers Point, which offers a glimpse at the Divide and is an excellent day hike. Begin descending down towards a series of small lakes and ponds. You will continue past about three small lakes, all of which offer fishing possibilities. The trail continues past Seneca Lake and Little Seneca Lake and over another small pass. Throughout the hike there will be many places to replenish your water with the exception of the first five miles. A favorite spot to fill up is just before the ascent to Seneca at Fremont Creek. This is about the half way point and the water is cool and clean.

New Deal Program in 1933. Locally appreciated for opportunities to shoreline fish, hike, picnic, bike ride, cross county ski, observe wildlife…all possible in a day’s visit. To get to the ponds, take Fremont Lake Road to FS Road 749 to FS Road 111 and enter on the left.

FREMONT LAKE OVERLOOK Fremont Lake Overlook is a must when passing through Pinedale. A 1.5 mile drive on Fremont Lake Road welcomes you to the rolling foothills and backdrop of Wind River Mountain’s spectacular peaks. Fremont Lake is 12 miles long, half a mile wide, and 600 feet deep, making it the second largest natural lake in Wyoming and one of America's deepest. This stunning example of glacial geology was named for explorer John C. Fremont (1813-1890). It should come as no surprise that Fremont Lake is the recreational hub of Pinedale. It’s a beautiful, pristine and an undeveloped destination that offers easy access to outdoor activities summer and winter and is a focal point for popular annual events.

SUBLETTE COUNTY LIBRARY When compared to other libraries in Wyoming serving populations of 10,000 or less, Sublette County Libraries have the most visitors and the largest collection of audio and video materials, and print subscriptions. Our library welcomes visitors to experience its unique architecture, the Western history room, enlightening lectures, children's programs, film festivals, fine art, and social gatherings. Many seek quiet moments to access the Internet or walking meditations on the labyrinth designed after the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France. Closed Sundays.

PINEDALE AQUATIC CENTER The “PAC” is a 71,000 square foot recreation facility for all ages. Patrons find the competition lap pool with a diving board and the leisure pool complete with a three-story spiral waterslide, spraying submarine, tumble-buckets, hot tub, and a current channel as sure favorites. Designed as rugged as Pinedale’s surrounding mountains, the PAC has an array of activities; a 32-foot climbing wall, cardio areas, fitness classes, racquetball, an indoor walking track, a multi-purpose gymnasium, outdoor tennis courts, and child care services. Annual events include the Mountain Man Melee Racquetball Tournament, the Indoor Half Marathon, and the Rendezvous Daze Basketball Tournament. Open Mon. to Fri. 5am-9pm; Sat. 10am-6pm; Sun. 12-6pm. Daily Fee, $3-$5.

CCC PONDS RECREATION AREA The CCC Ponds Recreation Area holds historical significance as one of the nation's first Civilian Conservation Corp camps, Camp Fremont, during the

KID’S FISHING POND Visitors to the Pinedale area have unique fishing opportunities for young children or those with limited

time to fish can throw in a line at the stocked Kid's Fishing Pond at Boyd Skinner Park. The park features a playground, picnic tables, a paved walking bath, Harmony Bridge over Pine Creek, and public restrooms. Kids 13 and under can catch up to six fish without a license if accompanied by a parent. From Highway 191 turn south on Franklin and travel two blocks.

WRANGLER SKATE PARK Street and freestyle athletes will particularly want to take a break here and it’s best to try to catch it earlier in the day before the locals show up! The skateboard park is located across the street from the Sublette County Library. It includes the skateboard park, beach volleyball court, picnic tables, a basketball court and restrooms.

SANDY BEACH Sandy Beach is located on the southeast shore of the pristine Fremont Lake at an elevation of 7,400 feet, just three miles northeast of Pinedale. Sunbathers, swimmers, kayakers, paddle boarders, snorklers, ice fishers, and cross country skiers will cherish the easy access to enjoy a bit of Fremont Lake on their travels. From Highway 191, travel north onto Skyline Drive for 2.5 miles, turn left onto Forest Service Road 749. Follow the road to the left at the "Y" intersection, and continue for a half-mile to the entrance of Sandy Beach. Sandy Beach glacial water is Pinedale's drinking supply and dogs are not permitted on or around the shoreline of the lake.

RENDEZVOUS GOLF COURSE Visitors will be awed by the breathtaking views of the Wind River Mountains golfing at Rendezvous Meadows Golf Course. Surprisingly this golf course includes a pro shop, driving range, putting green and the 19th Hole Bar where you're likely to see the widest demographics of golfers: from ranchers to drillers to children, everyone is welcome on the nine hole course. In the winter, two 1-mile loops are groomed for cross country skiing to provide a convenience for skiers. Trails can be accessed on Country Club Lane across from the Sublette Ice Arena. Skiers can park at the Ice Arena or along the street. Dogs are not permitted. 307-367-4252,

SUBLETTE ICE ARENA Home to the Pinedale Glaciers, Wind River Skate Club, and Wind River Archers Archery Club, the Sublette Ice Arena hosts several programs, tournaments and special clinics year round. Visitor's find the facilities and ice to be outstanding, and often return for public skate. The Sublette County Ice Arena is located on the west end of Pinedale, three blocks south of US Highway 191 off Country Club Lane. 307-367-6313.

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