Here Are 11 Of The Most Beautiful Lakes In Wyoming, According To Our Readers
We asked our readers on our
Only in Wyoming Facebook Page what the most beautiful lakes in Wyoming are, and we received well over 100 responses! We’ve compiled some of the most popular submissions down below. Did your favorite lake in Wyoming make the list?
1. Jenny Lake
Starting off strong with one of the most visited areas in Grand Teton National Park, we have Jenny Lake. Formed over 10,000 years ago by glaciers, it’s easy to see why this was one of the most popular submissions.
Jenny Lake, Wyoming 83414, USA
2. Jackson Lake
Did you know that Jackson Lake is one of the largest high-altitude lakes in the United States? This beautiful lake in Wyoming clocks an elevation of 6,772 feet above sea level!
Jackson Lake, Wyoming 83013, USA
3. Lake Marie
At the foot of Medicine Bow Mountain, Lake Marie is a beautiful sight for those taking the seven-mile hiking trail to the summit of the mountain. It’s also a great spot to drop a line and do a little fishing!
4. East Tensleep
Trout fishing is a popular pastime here, but even if you're not into fishing, you could easily spend a few hours watching the clouds bounce off the reflection of the water.
East Tensleep Lake, Wyoming, USA
5. Lake Louise
This remote lake in Wyoming can be reached through a short hiking trail near Dubois, and since there are no major roads that offer easy access, you could find that you have the lake all to yourself!
Lake Louise, Wyoming 82513, USA
6. Guernsey Reservoir
A picture-perfect Platte County paradise, visitors to Guernsey State Park know just how beautiful this lake it. Just look at that reflection!
7. Half Moon Lake
Nestled within the Bridger Teton National Forest, Half Moon Lake is beautiful year-round, but if you get the chance to see it in the fall, it's simply breathtaking!
Half Moon Lake, Wyoming 82941, USA
8. Fremont Lake
Wyoming's second-largest lake was due to make an appearance on this list. The lake's most popular annual events include the Sailing Regatta and Big Fish Ice Derby, both worthy of a road trip from any corner of the state.
Fremont Lake, Wyoming 82941, USA
9. Crystal Lake
This beautiful lake near Kemmerer is the perfect spot to pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic, don't you think?
Crystal Lake, Wyoming, USA
10. Bradley Lake
Another beautiful lake within the Grand Teton National Park, this glacially formed lake is easily accessed via a quick hiking trail from the Taggart Lake trailhead. With views like this, you'll find it hard to leave!
Bradley Lake, Wyoming 83414, USA
11. Lake Mead
Last, but certainly not least, we have Lake Mead. If you find yourself in Johnson County, make your way to this 26-acre stunner. What a stunner!
Mead Lake, Lake Mead, Wyoming 82834, USA
Did your favorite lake in Wyoming make the list? For more natural attractions, check out some of our favorite
State Parks in Wyoming.
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