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 Ce
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.
INFORMATION ABOUT LARGE CANVAS WALL TENTS HERE
- 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 Large Cowboy Wall Tent 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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Loved the glamping model. It gets us close to nature without some of more advanced equipments & skills. The scenery was beautiful and quiet. Rod was nice and accommodating and even joined us for breakfast.
Even though our tent was well insulated the temperature did drop to low 40s in late May so bring plenty of warm clothes and heavy duty sleeping bags.
There is a communal kitchen but don't expect what you have at home. Like a typical camping experience, bring food that can be quickly and easily cooked and eaten. We also kept a cooler with us for provision storage.
We did not actually stay long. We got in late and wasn't sure where we needed to go and it took a bit to find the restrooms. If we had arrived earlier, it would not have been an issue. Very quiet and the stars were beautiful.
We will be back!
The Big Quiet is such a hidden gem! We loved it so much we stayed a 2nd night. My kids loved running in the field and sitting by the fire at night making smorea. Everyone was so nice and welcoming! Also, everything was super clean! We will for sure go back!!
Stayed in the large wall tent. Has 4 cots and thick sleeping bags. Great site. Shower is excellent. Rod is the man and his breakfast is killer, it’s worth staying for.
Ask Rod for Yellowstone advice. He told us the route to drive, which was vastly different than our original plan. His advice was spot on and made for a great Yellowstone experience. I’d stay again.
One of the best and most unique experiences of my life! When we first arrived, there was a little confusion about which tent we were staying in, but the other guests were gracious and we worked it out quickly. If you enjoy the melodic sounds of nature, animals in the nearby field, hammocks by a babbling brook, amazing sunsets, shooting stars under a Milky Way sky, and campfires shared with friendly strangers, this place is for you! Rod was a knowledgable and friendly host. Not only did he advise us where to go, he shared personal stories, stories of the Crow Indians, Japanese internment camp, and the history of Heart Mountain with us. Our conversations with him truly made our trip extra special.
Beautiful scenery and quiet space.
Mickey was super nice and helpful with figuring out which tent was ours. Didn’t see Rod at all. I was disappointed that I paid 88$ and wasn’t served the breakfast, but since we are experiencing a pandemic I’m not that upset. Overall it was a beautiful place to stay the night and would definitely do it again!!!