This is a peaceful Cabin located in a meadow by a creek it has views of the mountains and is surrounded by public land - off grid -back country - rustic -unique
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 90%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Beautiful private spot
I was so excited to see this spot in person and it was just as remote and beautiful and clean as I hoped. Close enough for our day trips to Yellowstone, but far enough away that it allowed us to stay somewhere remote and get to enjoy a beautiful site right next to a stream which made for amazing background sound while star gazing into the night. My SO and I would highly recommend, and stay here again.
The cooking stove was Awesome! Plenty of picnic tables around. The fall colors were absolutely gorgeous. The road to get there is a little rough, but on the bright side, quite fun in a pickup truck if you like that kind of thing.
The perfect dry cabin! I spent two nights here while exploring the surrounding area. The cabin was exactly as pictured. It seemed brand new or recently restored. Very secluded and private - a few miles off the main road down a gravel road. The outhouse was extremely clean. Although I didn’t utilize it, there was a large outside grill/cooking area. I was surprised at how close the cabin was to the creek - just steps away. It was great being able to fall asleep listening to the running water. Also a huge plus that the cabin was dog friendly. My fur baby enjoyed running around exploring. Tip: I had full LTE reception with AT&T, but “no service” with Verizon. Also, as expected, it got quite cold at night. There is a portable heater (requires small propane tanks) in the cabin which was not mentioned in the listing.
Quaint cabin with a beautiful creek
We loved our short stay at the cabin! The hosts communicated extremely well, making sure we understood how to get there and left a welcoming sign on the gate for us. The outhouse and cabin were very clean. They provide a propane heater (you provide the propane canister) and an outdoor camp stove with a lighter and propane. Everything else you will need to bring- cookware, utensils, pots, sleeping bags, water, etc just like camping. The cots are quite comfortable, the porch was great. We couldn't have a campfire due to the dry conditions, but the provided fire pit and picnic tables looked inviting. We saw mule deer at the property. Would definitely come back!