Lake House Rentals in Wyoming
From pristine mountain lakes to winding rivers and reservoirs running through canyons, Wyoming offers the unspoiled grandeur of its natural lands and waters. Camp, fish, ride horseback, hunt or seeking solace in its beauty.
Some of Wyoming's many lakes & reservoirs:
Just southwest of Casper, the reservoir is on the North Platte River. Dinosaur bones were discovered in the sandstone ledges. Fish for many species of trout and walleye, camp, boat or hike.
Big Sandy Dam and Reservoir
At 6,760 feet in an open setting, the reservoir is north of Rock Springs and 15 miles north of Farson on Big Sandy Creek. Fish for trout or catfish or go camping.
In north-central Wyoming, 3 miles northwest of Deaver, the reservoir is popular for warm and cold water fishing for trout, walleye and catfish, boating, camping, picnicking or hunting.
This 20 mile long lake, north of Kemmerer, boasts 56 miles of shoreline and is perched at 6,500 feet. Camping and hunting are offered. The reservoir has several varieties of trout, plus the nearby Green River offers stream fishing.
Gray Reef Reservoir
Thirty miles southwest of Casper on the North Platte River lies the reservoir. Water levels vary. Fish for a variety of trout and walleye, boat, hike, camp or enjoy the wildlife.
Kortes Reservoir/Miracle Mile Area
Approximately 50 miles southwest of Casper lies the Kortes Reservoir in a steep and slender portion of the Black Canyon. Fish for trout or camp downstream at the Miracle Mile area.
Sometimes called Bass Lake, fishing is available year-round for trout, bass and panfish. Enjoy swimming, hiking, watching wildlife or big game hunting. The lake is in central Wyoming, 15 miles west of Shoshoni.
Meeks Cabin Reservoir
Just north of the Utah-Wyoming State line, perched in timber at an elevation of 8,690-feet, is the reservoir. Here one can bike, boat, fish for trout and whitefish, camp, hike, picnic or hunt.
Popular for float-tubing and for trophy trout fishing, the lakes are just five miles northwest of Cody. Picnicking, swimming and enjoying wildlife are other popular activities here.
In central Wyoming, 20 miles west of Riverton, this lake covers approximately 6,000 acres and offers panfish, trout and walleye fishing. It's popular for camping, picnicking, hiking, watching wildlife, horseback riding as well as for big game and waterfowl hunting.
Around fifty miles southwest of Casper lies this beautiful reservoir, offering almost 120 miles of shoreline in a mix of public and private land. Boating and fishing are popular with a wide variety of trout available. Visitors camp, picnic, swim or hunt.
Pilot Butte Reservoir
In central Wyoming, 25 miles west of Riverton, lies the reservoir offering fishing, swimming, camping, picnicking and wildlife viewing.
In northern Wyoming, 15 miles northeast of Cody, the reservoir offers spectacular observation of wetland and waterfowl wildlife such as ducks, pelicans and sandhill cranes. Hunting is available.
Wyoming offers endless lake adventures as well as the chance to relax and get away from it all.