Cow Cabins
The ultimate private get-away!

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Peaceful log cabin lodging on the Hoback Rim in western Wyoming. Rent for a day, week, month or more!

2 SECLUDED MOUNTAIN CABINS on 2,000 acres of privately owned ranch land are yours for rent for a unique lodging retreat and hideaway near Pinedale and Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Cow Cabins
Enjoy the modern conveniences of 2 log ranch cabins surrounded by vast private land that borders BLM land and the Bridger-Teton National Forest in western Wyoming!

Cow Cabins are located approximately 45 miles South of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and 36 miles North of Pinedale, Wyoming at the top of Hoback Rim. The camp is on 2,000 acres of private land with access to the Gros Ventre mountains and the Wyoming Range of the National Forest. Accommodations include the main log cabin lodge and a smaller log cabin nestled in aspen trees. The camp sleeps 12 between the two cabins. If you're looking to escape the crowds of Jackson Hole and stay someplace unique with seclusion, relaxed surroundings and yet with modern conveniences, you'll love our Cow Cabins! Perfect for a romantic honeymoon or family get-togethers!
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Scenery around Cow Cabins

View from Cow Cabins

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Road going in to Cow Cabins with Gros Ventre Mountains

Road to Cow Cabins with Gros Ventre Mountains in the background

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Pastures around Cow Cabins

Cow Cabins pastures

Family vacations
Reunions
Group gatherings
Artist's getaway
Corporate retreats
Getting away from it all

2,000 acres all to yourself!
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Hiking
Great fishing
Mountain biking
Horseback riding
Snowmachining
Cross-country skiing

Our Cow Cabins are located on privately owned ranch land near the Hoback Rim. Super cabins with wonderful views!

Cow Cabins are secluded and private, yet within an easy day's drive of either Jackson Hole or Pinedale. It offers an ideal location Lodge interiorfor personal, business, or group gatherings & retreats. The public may rent these facilities for a day, week or month, depending on availability. The camp is perfect for anyone wanting "away-from-the-crowds" lodging near Jackson Hole, Bondurant, or Pinedale, Wyoming with easy access to the Snake River or Green River areas.

Cow Cabins offer a main log lodge and a smaller log cabin nestled next to trees and with wide, relaxing views. These cabins are very new and are on private cattle ranch land that has run cattle for over 90 years. Both cabins were built by craftsman, Keith Manning, along with most of the furniture in them. The main lodge has three bedrooms, 1 full bathroom and a half bathroom, satellite TV, washer, clothesline, restricted telephone service, and a fully equipped kitchen. bedroom view The smaller log cabin is located about 150 feet from the main lodge over the crest of a hill in a grove of aspens. It has one queen bed in the loft and two single beds on the ground floor, basic cooking facilities, and a full bathroom. Cooking utensils, dishes, linens and towels provided. These cabins are very nice and well cared for. They are largely furnished with hand-made pine furniture. There is running water, electricity, propane heat & wood stoves in both cabins. While very secluded, the cabins are located only a couple miles from Highway 191, providing easy access from both Jackson Hole and Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Cow Cabins are a great basecamp for outings into the Gros Ventre, Wyoming Range, and the Upper Green. During the summer, enjoy horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, wildlife viewing and just getting away from it all. Cow Creek, located on the property, offers excellent stream and pond fishing for brook trout. There is excellent fly fishing in the area. Wildlife seen include deer, antelope, moose, many birds, elk and bear. A Wyoming Game & Fish elk winter feedground is located just a mile and a half past the cabins. Our cattle roam the property. Horse facilities on-site.

Two miles from Cow Cabins, just off US Highway 191, is the site of the "Astorian Incident", which is a marked Sublette County Historical Site.

The Astorian Incident
This historical sign reads:

"On this site, Oct. 18, 1811, sixty-one Astorians of the Pacific Fur Company led by Wilson Price Hunt camped for 5 days. They were on their way to the Pacific Ocean from St. Louis and were the second group to cross the continent, just 5 years after Lewis and Clark. Here they met and traded with the Snake Indians, killed buffalo, and cured meat. The group included Marie Dorian, the Iowa Indian wife of guide Pierre Dorian, and her two children, ages 2 and 4.  Later during the trip, on Dec. 30, 1811, stopping for only one day, she gave birth to her third child. Continuing their journey, the Astorians crossed the divide one mile north of here on to the waters of the Columbia River. These were the first white men in what is now Sublette County. -- Sublette County Museum Board"

Reservations Horseback riding galore!
A Cow Cabin can be yours to rent for a day, week, a month, or more. The camp sleeps 14 people between the two cabins. Guests are responsible for the care and maintenance of their cabins during their stay. No maid service is available. Bring your own food. No pets or smoking inside the cabins. Pasture and corral available for your horses. Please contact us for more information and details.

Location Map

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Prices
Subject to change without notice.
Special rates may apply during some holidays.

Small cabin sleeps 5, large cabin sleeps 9.

One Day:
Small Cabin: $140/day (for up to 4 guests)
Large Cabin: $220/day (up to 4 guests)
Both Cabins: $340/day (up to 8 guests)

$10/person/night for each additional guest

One Week:
Small Cabin: $800/week (up to 4 guests)
Large Cabin: $1150/week (up to 4 guests)
Both Cabins: $1900/week (up to 8 guests)

$10/person/night for each additional guest

One Month:
Please call for rates and availability.


Fishing on property Creek & Pond
(Brook trout)

$30 per day/person (12 years & older)
$80 per week/person (12 years & older)
(Children under 12 free if accompanied by a paying adult)

Horse Boarding: $20/week per horse


Deposit:
$200/week/4 guests
Refundable up to 1 month prior to arrival.
After arrival, this $200 reservation deposit becomes a damage deposit that will be refunded if no damage occurs during stay

Please call early for reservations if you have a specific date
in mind that you would like reserved.

 

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For more information and reservations please call or e-mail:

e-mail: cowcabins@hotmail.com

Talli Manning
PO Box 1397
Pinedale, WY 82941
307-367-2428

or
Tara Miller
307-276-3748

View from lodge balcony

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