The Green River Lakes Lodge is located 50 miles north of Pinedale, Wyoming. The lodge is available as a rental for day use events such as weddings, family reunions, or meetings for up to 50 guests, or as an overnight rental for smaller groups of up to 12 guests.
During the summer months, hiking and horseback riding into the Bridger Wilderness and Wind River Range are popular activities enjoyed by visitors to the area. The lake is open to small watercraft only, making it an excellent location for canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding. There is a small boat launch located on the lakeshore, but turnaround space is limited and the access route steep. Anglers fish for brook, cutthroat, rainbow and Mackinaw trout. Fall and winter opportunities abound also, from hunting and late season hiking to snowmobiling and ice fishing. Access in winter is via 20 mile groomed snowmachine trail.
The cabin contains flush toilets and showers (summer only), propane and wood heat, and the lodge is furnished. The master room has an outstanding view of the lake, a double bed, its own fireplace and bathroom. The second bedroom has two twin bunk beds and an attached bathroom. A propane refrigerator and stove are provided for your culinary delights, while dinners are shared overlooking the lake. Although the cabin has several amenities, guests do need to provide their own food, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, linens, towels, dish soap, matches, first aid kit, toilet paper, and garbage bags. Firewood may be available, but it is not guaranteed. Lighting may be available, however guests are advised to bring an additional light sources in case of emergency. The cabin will need to be cleaned before leaving and basic cleaning equipement is provided.
The lodge is set upon the lakeshore of the lower Green River Lake, at an elevation of 8,000 feet. A commanding view of Square Top can be seen right from the living room of the two bedroom/two bath rental unit. The lower lake sits on the western edge of the rugged Wind River Range and the Bridger Wilderness. The area is replete with wildlife and provides access to scenic mountain views, as well as plentiful opportunities for recreation.
Nearby is a developed campground, and trails for non-motorized use including the popular Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, as well as fishing and canoeing on the lake. During the winter months, a system of groomed snowmobile trails provide access to the lodge. Pinedale is the nearest full service community, and it located 50 miles south of Green River Lakes.