BLM closes North Boulder Lake campground for work

Courtesy photo The North Boulder Lake Campground will be closed for as long as six weeks for renovation.

The Bureau of Land Management Pinedale Field Office started renovating

the North Boulder Lake Campground on Monday, June 3. The project is expected to

take up to six weeks to complete.

During that time, the campground will be closed to the public for safety.

The North Boulder Lake Campground is located on the northwest end of Boulder Lake,

approximately 6 miles northeast of Boulder. The project supports the administration’s

goals of modernizing infrastructure and improving recreation opportunities on public land.

The renovation will consist of replacing the current vault restroom, picnic tables and

fire rings, then leveling the existing sites to make them more accommodating to modern

recreational vehicles.

Visitors wishing to camp in the Boulder Lake area during the renovation are encouraged

to use dispersed camping sites around Boulder Lake or visit the U.S. Forest Service

Boulder Lake Campground on the southeast side of Boulder Lake.

For more information, please contact Joel Klosterman at 307-367-5388 or visit the

Pinedale Field Office located at 1625 W. Pine St. in Pinedale. For more information about

BLM Wyoming, please visit


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