LOCATION: 25 miles east of Pinedale via Highway 191 and Boulder Lake Road.
ATTRACTIONS: A large parking area and a commercial resort are located at the northern end of the lake.
NATURAL SETTING: Boulder Lake is surrounded by sagebrush ridges and rocky terrain. The northern end of the lake is dotted with aspens which extend up Boulder Canyon.
Boulder Lake is a piedmont lake formed by glacial scouring and a terminal moraine dam. The lake has been enlarged by the addition of a man-made dam.
FACILITIES: There is an undeveloped launch site which may not be suitable for large motor boats. Note that a BLM campground is located at the southern end of the lake. A boat launch is located there.
TYPES OF FISH: brook trout, rainbow trout, lake trout (Mackinaw)
Directions from Pinedale: Travel south on Hwy. 191 to Hwy. 353. Follow to Boulder Lake Road and turn north to Boulder Lake. The total distance from Pinedale is 25 miles and takes approximately 45 minutes driving time.
June through September .