Narrows Campground is located next to scenic New Fork Lake, at the edge of the Wind River Range in northwestern Wyoming. Visitors enjoy hiking and horseback riding into the adjacent Bridger Wilderness, as well as boating and fishing on the lake.
New Fork Lake offers great boating, canoeing and swimming. Anglers fish for kokanee salmon, brook, lake and rainbow trout. A large cement boat ramp is located less than one mile from the campground.
New Fork Trail, for hiking and horseback riding, begins at the campground entrance and provides back country access through New Fork Canyon into the Bridger Wilderness. The trail also connects with several other trails in the area. Horse corrals are located at the trailhead.
The campground contains single-family campsites with picnic tables and campfire rings. Amenities include two vault toilets located at convenient locations and a campground host is located on-site. Roads and parking spurs throughout the campground are native soils.
The campground is situated above New Fork Lake, in a dense grove of aspens, at an elevation of 7,800 feet. Shade is plentiful in most sites throughout the campground. Most sites afford scenic lake views. Summer wildflowers vividly carpet the campground. A variety of wildlife makes its home around the lake.
Pinedale is 26 miles away and is the nearest full-service community.
From Pinedale, take U.S. Highway 191 northwest for 6 miles. Turn north onto State Highway 352 and travel just over 14 miles. Turn east onto New Fork Lake Road, which is gravel, and travel 5 miles to the campground. Though the road is suitable for two wheel drive vehicles the road is rough and weather condtions can affect road surface. Call the district office for road conditions.