Wyoming Lakes by Region
Wyoming Lakes and Reservoirs
Wyoming Lakes A-Z
Lakes in WY
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
Also known as: Boysen Lake
Its gleaming expanse framed by the barren high desert hills of Central Wyoming, Boysen Reservoir offers a welcome respite from the summer heat. Nearly ...
|Brooks Lake||Brooks Lake is a scenic and secluded 234-acre alpine lake tucked away in the Shoshone National Forest in northwestern Wyoming. Surrounded by over 800,000 ...|
|Buffalo Bill Reservoir||Buffalo Bill Reservoir is a historic, 8,315-acre lake, six miles from the town of Cody, in Park County, Wyoming. Constructed between the years of 1905 ...|
|Flaming Gorge Reservoir||With more than 42,000 acres of boating and fishing waters, surrounded by choice camping and picnic areas, Flaming Gorge Reservoir - straddling the Wyoming ...|
Also known as: The Deep, Stewart Lake (historical)
One of the best-kept secret lake destinations in Northwestern Wyoming is spectacular Fremont Lake. Formed by nature when glaciers gouged out a deep trench ...
|Grand Teton Lakes||
Also known as: Jenny Lake, String Lake, Leigh Lake
Wildlife, majestic peaks and pristine waters are the signature attributes of the Grand Teton Lakes. Snuggled within Grand Teton National Park, three lakes ...
|Jackson Lake||Jackson Lake is located in northwestern Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone National Park. It is in the heart of Grand Teton National Park, one of the ...|
|Palisades Reservoir||Palisades Reservoir is set in southeast Idaho, east of Idaho Falls in a beautiful river valley. The southern end of the reservoir extends into Wyoming, ...|
|Pathfinder Reservoir||Pathfinder Reservoir is the oldest reservoir along the North Platte River. With over 21,000 acres of water it is a welcome destination for more than 170,000 ...|
|Seminoe Reservoir||Seminoe Reservoir is an outdoor person's wonderland with great fishing and an over 20,000 acre surface for boating and water sports. Near the north end ...|
|Yellowstone Lake||Yellowstone Lake is located in the southeast corner of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The Park was established in 1872, making it the first national ...|