Page Summary: Pinedale is the seat of Sublette County, Wyoming and is located at the base of the beautiful Wind River Mountain Range.
photo: Mindi Crabb Pinedale's welcome sign and area map.
Pinedale, Wyoming, is the largest community in Sublette County, with a population of about 1,400 people. The elevation of Pinedale is 7,175 feet and it is the county seat for Sublette County. Pinedale is safe, friendly with a relaxed atmosphere. Pinedale is located on Hwy 191 on the western slopes of the Wind River Mountain Range and the Bridger Wilderness Area. With its roots as a ranching community, outdoor recreation
has also always been an important part of the lifestyle of this western town. Home to the Museum of the Mountain Man, Pinedale hosts the Green River Rendezvous
each July celebrating the era of the mountain men who lived in this area and trapped beaver in the early 1800s. Deer, moose and other wildlife are often seen within the city limits. Recreation opportunities are just minutes away. "Pinedale has all the civilization you need"
. Fremont Lake, Wyoming's second largest natural lake, is located just four miles from Pinedale. White Pine Ski Area and Resort is 10 miles to the east in the Wind River Mountains
. The Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail and Continental Divide Mountain Biking Trail go through Pinedale.
As of the censusGR2 of 2000, there were 1,412 people, 582 households, and 368 families residing in Pinedale.
photo: Mindi Crabb Main Street in Downtown Pinedale, Wyoming.
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