alone and not lonely, finding yourself in the most beautiful valley, near yellow stone east gate.In a ruel gaia way of living no water so bring your own and manage own shower and wastes (may provide some rainwater/not guaranteed) hotse back riding only Start July4th ends 9/30 yearly!
- Check in: After 6PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Buffalo bill den and Shoshone river
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Absolutely amazing views!
The views were absolutely amazing and the host was very welcoming! Very convenient if you are driving to Yellowstone or the Tetons from east of Cody. We camped here overnight and made the early morning drive to Yellowstone the next morning. We would definitely stay here again!
Whoa, the views at Abi's were breathtaking! Abi was a kind and welcoming host. She took the time to show us around her land and tell us fun stories. Although she couldn't serve us tea, due to COVID, she brought out a tea tray to show that that is how she would have liked to welcome us.
Excellent site to watch the sunset and sunrise. Make sure you bring a tent you can confidently secure to the ground, gets a little windy up there. :) Abi had lots of tricks in case it got too windy, but we were fortunate enough to have a calm evening.
View view view, indeed
View View View is easily the most picturesque spot we’ve ever camped. Being on a large hill in a mountainous valley means you’re surrounded by an incredible shifting spectrum of color as day becomes night.
There are a few notable details that may be helpful for others. The first is that the drive up to the house is at times rocky and quite steep. We handled it fine in our AWD vehicle but our friends who drove a vehicle with much shorter clearance struggled with it on the way up. The second detail is much less significant but still should be noted for those looking for total privacy. The designated camping area is fairly close to the house. This wasn’t an issue at all for us since the view of the house is so small relative to the landscape around it and it quickly disappeared from our mind during our stay, but for anyone wanting seclusion this may be a point of concern. Additionally, it can also be quite windy at the top of the hill so best to be prepared with a tent that performs well in windy circumstances.
Abi, was one of the kindest and most thoughtful hosts we’ve ever encountered. We can easily recommend her and her place to anyone wanting to be close to Yellowstone and surrounded by continuous beauty. Oh and the drive to Yellowstone through the Shoshone National Forest was incredible as well.
I’ve never tried HipCamp but loved our first time. As soon as we pulled up they were outside waving and greeting us. Everyone was so friendly. I had a great experience! There was open space and land and it felt like we were “roughing it”. All in all great first experience!