Description - Located 5 miles northwest of Cody, off Wyoming 120. East Newton Lake is a trophy trout fishery. Open year-round. Wyoming State fishing license required (special regulations apply). Approximately 80 surface acres. Boating with motors less than 10 horsepower.
- Newton Lakes is popular for float-tubing. Shoreline fishing easily accessible. Available services include picnic tables, accessible restrooms, primitive boat ramp. No drinking water. No overnight camping. Other activities include swimming and watchable wildlife.
Recreation - Recreational activities at Newton Lakes include; fishing, boating, picnicking, swimming and watching wildlife.
Climate - The climate in Wyoming changes with the topography. Generally the western mountains and basins receive large amounts of precipitation and create a rain shadow for eastern Wyoming. Most of the precipitation occurs during the winter months and falls in the form of snow. Temperatures are cooler in this region than the eastern part of the state, because of the generally higher elevation.
Newton Lakes are located in northern Wyoming, five miles northwest of Cody, off Wyoming 120.