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Updated 3/6/12
Funded Projects - Recreation Mitigation

JIO Goal: Enhance opportunities for the public to enjoy high quality outdoor recreation experiences through improvements to public access, recreation information, and facility enhancements that provide substantial recreational user benefits.

Boulder Lake Campground Project

Boulder Lake.
This project will expand a wildlife-friendly fence around the North Boulder Lake Campground to include the Boulder Lake shoreline from the dam to almost the allotment boundary. Motorized access to the shoreline will be blocked with boulder placements. An interpretive kiosk at the campground about the cultural and historic significance of the site is planned. Also, drill and equip a new well in the north portion of Boulder Lake Common Allotment to provide livestock water to replace access to the lake and prevent stream degradation.
  • Project Status: Construction in 2011
  • JIO Funded: $84,500
  • Partners/Cooperators
    • BLM
    • Grazing permittees

New Fork, East Fork Rivers Confluence Boat Ramp and River Access

new fork river access.
new fork river access location map.
This project will modify and upgrade the existing access area. Currently there are problems with access roads and erosion. This project will reclaim some roads, improving primary access road, developing a hardened boat ramp and parking area, constructing barriers to restrict vehicles from certain areas and signing. Phase II could add comfort station, additional parking, additional road improvements, modification of the river bank and tree planting.
  • Project Status: Construction in 2011
  • Total Project Cost: $126,500
  • JIO Funded: $126,500
  • Partners/Cooperators
    • Sublette County
    • Wyoming Game & Fish Department
    • BLM Pinedale
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