Parks & Recreation

We take pride in our beautiful Town parks: you can enjoy the scenery and peace on a leisurely walk, or enjoy a lively event with your friends and family. We strive to offer our residents and visitors safe, fun, and attractive parks. The Town maintains over 100 acres of parks for all to enjoy.  If you have a picnic in the park or take your dog on a walk, please be sure to pick up after yourself.  Please contact the Town if you see something that needs maintained and call 911 if you see any suspicious activities.


American Legion Park

American Legion Park is on the north end of town, visible from Pine Street / Highway 191. This park has picnic tables, a gazebo, a paved path, and public restrooms that are open 24/7. Public parking and restrooms are accessible from Madison Avenue, between Rebel Auto Parts store and Altitude Drug.

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Boyd Skinner Park

Boyd Skinner Memorial Park is located 2 blocks south of Pine Street / Highway 191. Turn south on Franklin and travel 2 blocks. This park offers children’s playground equipment, a children’s fishing pond, picnic tables, a paved exercise / walking path, a foot bridge across Pine Creek, and public restrooms which are open seasonally (Memorial Day to Labor Day).

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Burzlander Park

Burzlander Park, also known as Sledding Hill, is a natural space located east of Town on Fremont Lake Road and Skyline Street. The park has been used primarily for sledding. It does not have bathrooms or other facilities.


Dudley Key Sports Complex

The Dudley Key Fields include two standard softball fields, a little league field and a soccer field. Restrooms are open for league play.

Jackson Ave Tent Camp Site

Located just two blocks south of Pine St on Jackson Ave, this in-town tent-only campsite boasts 50 tent sites.

Water and a portable toilet are available on site but a host of other amenities are available just a few blocks away.

No reservations or application needed. $10 / night.

Dump & Fill Station

The Pinedale Dump & Fill, located behind Rocky Mountain Wash at 957 W. Pine St on the Corner of Colter Ave and Hoback St, is a convenient service for locals and travelers alike! Take a look at our Transportation page to see pricing.

Trails Creek Park

Trails Creek Park is located on North Jackson Street or Willow Lake Road near Split Diamond Subdivision. This park has a playground but no permanent bathroom facilities. A portable toilet is available during the summer.

Wrangler Park

Wrangler Park is operated by the Town of Pinedale, located between S. Tyler Ave and S. Maybell in front of the Sublette County Library. With public restrooms, a skate park, basketball courts, and in the winter, an outdoor ice rink, there's something for everyone.

Availability, Reservations, & Scheduling

The Town accepts reservations for the use of Town parks, including the American Legion Park gazebo, amphitheater and the ballfields.

Reservations for the ballfields or Town parks are accepted at Town Hall during regular business hours or can be submitted via email to  Payment of reservation and deposit fees for parks and ballfield use is required at the time of reservation.  All reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Unscheduled use of the ballfields are allowed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Scheduled use will take precedence.  Please refer to the Town calendar for availability.  Ballfields are subject to closure without notice to allow for maintenance and seasonal requirements.  Violations of closures may result in a fine.


Fees & Deposits

  • Ballfields: League fee is $1 per person (payable before league play) and must be accompanied by the residency roster that indicates how many participants are Town residents versus county residents.  Deposit is $200, due prior to league play. Hours are restricted in that all activity must be completed by 10 p.m.  Please see reservation form for additional use details.

  • Parks:  Reservation fee and deposit are based on the number of people in your group.  Refer to the reservation form for additional use details.


Wildlife Visit Our Parks Too!

Please be cautious, do not feed or approach the wildlife.

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