Moccasin Lake Road

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Everyone in your group must purchase tribal fishing licenses since Moccasin Lake Road crosses tribal lands Tribal fishing licenses are available at Popo Agie One Stop and Wild Iris Mountain Sports in Lander or Hines General Store in Fort Washakie. The drive to Moccasin Lake is long but beautiful, with steep scalloped hills giving way to tall forests. This route is an out-and-back running 18 miles each way. The road is rough with ruts and washboards but easy to navigate. Any rain or snow could make this trip a little more challenging of a drive. The road climbs about 4000 feet by the time you reach the lake. There are no designated camping areas until you get to the lake. There is another campground in the area called Dickinson Park. The area offers lots of hiking and fishing opportunities. Along the way, there are many offshoot trails to explore. Cell service is spotty at best. The views from the road are spectacular. The campgrounds are first come, first served, 16-day limit campsites. This is bear country so practice safe food storage.