A Cowboy breakfast is included in your stay. We are very quiet certified organic farm located 1/2 way between Powell Wyoming and Cody Wyoming just under the shadow of the Great Heart Mountain and about an hour from two Yellowstone Park Entrances (ie. East and Northeast Gates). Within 20 miles of wilderness and lots of outdoor activities. The campsite is part of a 450-acre
A Cowboy breakfast is included in your stay. We are very quiet certified organic farm located 1/2 way between Powell Wyoming and Cody Wyoming just under the shadow of the Great Heart Mountain and about an hour from two Yellowstone Park Entrances (ie. East and Northeast Gates). Within 20 miles of wilderness and lots of outdoor activities. The campsite is part of a 450-acre Certified Organic Farm and Wild Nature in all directions. Creek runs through the property.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Anywhere and everywhere.
4 rivers and 2 reservoirs and lots of high mountain lakes.
Lots of locations within 2 to 60 miles from the campground.
Unlimited opportunities just remember you are second on the food chain in the forest.
So you are looking for wind, we have that in spades.
Some of the best in the world, very near by.
Big Horn National recreation area.
4 wild and scenic rivers of levels of complexity.
You will be resting your body in the Wilds of Wyoming.
Natural features you'll find at Native American Teepees in Wyoming.
We are located at the head of the Mississippi River. high mountain rivers and lakes all within 30 miles of the organic farm and...Read more
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What a grounding peaceful experience. The TP was our home for the evening which was perfect with the warm slumber bags provided. Arriving in time to have a nice little fire, watch the sun set then all the stars. The energy of this location allows you to unplug and be present. We are already thinking of our trip to come back.
A little piece of heaven
My daughter and I just returned from a trip to Yellowstone and we stayed 2 nights here. The property was one of a kind and beautiful. The sunset was picturesque. My daughter made her first fire in the fire pit. We met some fun people from around the country. The cowboy breakfast in the morning was great. We really enjoyed getting to know everyone. Would definitely return!
Wonderful place to land after a long day in the car, with the kids free to run around and explore. It was windy, so very noisy for sleeping. The breakfast and hosts were lovely.
It was a wonderful experience for the kiddos!
We have 5 children 9 yrs to 18 yrs old, they all camped in a Indian teepee. The wife and I stayed in a cowboy tent nearby. Great family setup and the breakfast was great.
Experiential glamping at it’s roots
This was such a cool way to camp. The host was friendly and a classic cowboy. The sites are primitive but the setting makes it really fun. I would highly recommend seeking this place out for experiential glamping.
Such a great time. We stayed in a teepee and there were cots available and sleeping bags. Rugs on the ground. Restroom and shower available as well as breakfast in the morning. Lots of new friends to meet.
Look for the sign or you will miss it. Road is dirt so come in daylight.
Make sure to see the heart mountain relocation monument (WWII Japanese internment camp) to open your heart to what happened to an entire people here in our own country. It is breathtaking.