Wyoming Cabin Rentals
Can you imagine a better place to rent a cabin? Wyoming has miles and miles of unspoiled land and hidden among the hills and trees are some of America's greatest cabins.
As home to the Black Hills National Forest, the Big Horn
Mountains and Devils Tower, this corner of Wyoming offers
many hours of outdoor exploration and adventure. Then at the end of your
day, you can head back to your cabin to relax and review
and the day’s highlights.
The Spahn’s Big Horn Mountain Bed & Breakfast (307-674-8150), Wyoming’s oldest
B& B, has beautiful log homes and cabins that are set at
the forest edge and have a 100 mile view. The Blue Gables
Motel (800-684-2574) in Buffalo has 17 cabins, along with
a pool, cable/satellite and internet access. The Mountain
View Cabins & Campground (307-384-2881) is located at the
foot of the Bighorn Mountain. These historic cabins have
fully modern amenities, including cable and internet.
Kindness Ranch (307-735-4177) is located in Hartville on a 627 acre animal sanctuary. Come for the opportunity to rest, relax and rejuvenate as you visit with the animals that make the ranch their home.
The Windy Hills Guest House & Spa (874-946-3944) in Cheyenne
offers all the coziness of home. You can enjoy a fantastic
view of Granite Lake or relax in the hot tub after a day
of exploring the city. For luxury and rustic cabins, check
out Woods Landing Resort (307-745-9638). You will find a
store, hot showers, hiking, four wheeling and several other
The Gateway Motel and Campground (307-587-2561) in Cody
offers cabins with fully furnished kitchens, bathrooms with
showers, bedding, and cable TV and Internet.
The Yellowstone Valley Inn & RV Park has several accommodation choices including riverside and mountain cabins. You can also enjoy area fishing and rafting.
The Rocking M Ranch (877-654-7288) offers deluxe cabins. The Old Mill Log Cabins (307-886-0520) in Afton has luxury cabins with fully equipped kitchens and whirlpool/hot tubs. These beautiful cabins are great for weekend getaways and allow for convenience to area snow activities. Snow mobiles are welcomed.
Photo Credits: Logs by Seamus Murray