14 Best Cabin Rentals in Wyoming
When you think of Wyoming you probably picture vast wilderness areas and wide-open spaces. The gorgeous landscapes in Wyoming are perfect for that quintessential cabin stay, whether you’re looking to explore majestic national parks like Grand Teton and Yellowstone, or for a remote escape far from the tourist crowds. From budget-friendly to luxurious, these are some of the best cabin rentals you’ll find in the state.
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Shooting Star Cabin – Teton Village
Located in Teton Village right at Jackson Hole Ski Resort, you can walk right to the slopes from this cabin. You’ll have a view of the slopes as well as Sleeping Indian Mountain and the golf course while being close to everything from the popular attractions to shopping and dining. An upscale property, it’s ideal for a large family or friends traveling together, accommodating up to 12 in four bedrooms with lots of luxuries. Enjoy all the necessities like a full kitchen, Wi-Fi, and cable TV as well as a wood-burning fireplace, hot tub, a laundry room with a washer/dryer, and gorgeous mountain views.
Queen Studio Log Cabin – Jackson
Enjoy convenience, comfort, and affordability at this log cabin at Cowboy Village, just 15 minutes from Grand Teton and Jackson Hole Airport. It sleeps up to three guests with a queen-size bed and a sofa sleeper and also includes a kitchenette, full bathroom, front porch and picnic table. A complimentary continental breakfast is provided and you’ll also enjoy shared access to the property’s swimming pool, hot tub, fitness facility, and free ski shuttle. High-speed Internet access is provided too.
Cabin at Grass River Retreat – Lander
This small but cozy cabin for up to three guests is located in northwest Wyoming just a couple of miles from the town of Lander, providing dramatic views and a wealth of opportunities for enjoying the outdoors. Rock climbing enthusiasts can scale the surrounding sandstone and limestone cliffs, while off-road adventurers can roll through a red dirt mud bog. Horseback riding, world-class fishing, mountain biking and more can be enjoyed before coming back to a comfortable space with a front porch and fire pit, right along the banks of PoPo Agie River. There’s no TV but it includes Wi-Fi and a full kitchen.
Charming Jackson Hole Log Cabin – Wilson
Enjoy a log cabin stay in the woods that’s just a 30-minute drive from Jackson, with opportunities for hiking, biking, skiing, and snowshoeing just steps from your door. If you’re looking for peace, quiet, and wildlife while still being close enough to the amenities in town and the national park, this is it. The cabin sleeps up to five in two bedrooms and includes an outdoor fire pit for roasting marshmallows under the stars. You’ll have all the essentials and then some too, including a full kitchen, Wi-Fi, and a washer/dryer.
Deerwood Station Guest Cabin – Laramie
Located along the banks of the Middle Fork of the Little Laramie River on Deerwood Ranch, a wild horse eco-sanctuary where you can watch wild horses and take a tour of the property, this two-bedroom cabin provides an idyllic retreat away from it all. Enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, and cross-country skiing right on the property too. It includes all the comforts of home like a full kitchen, satellite TV with a DVD player and movie library, a washer/dryer, Wi-Fi, and a fireplace.
The Baitshop Cabin – Jackson Hole
If you’re looking for luxuries in the heart of downtown Jackson Hole, this cabin delivers. It includes two-bedrooms, sleeping up to six guests, located only two blocks from the Jackson Town Square. You’ll be within walking distance of shopping, dining, entertainment, parks, and relaxation at one of the multiple spas. It has a custom kitchen and a comfortable living area with a sofa sleeper for extra guests as well as a cozy wood-burning stove. There’s also a large deck with Snow King views and comfortable outdoor furnishings for relaxing among the fresh mountain air. All the necessities and then some are included too, like cable TV and a washer/dryer.
Wonderful Log Home – Wilson
Located just four miles from Grand Teton National Park and the Jackson Hole ski area, this three-bedroom log cabin is regularly visited by wildlife, including moose that you might be able to watch right from the porch. In the summer, you can enjoy cook outs on the grill and alfresco dining. Highlights inside include a great room with a 25-foot-high stone fireplace with wood supplied during the winter, a well-equipped kitchen, and a master bedroom that has a flat-screen tv, and a large four-person Jacuzzi.
Guest Cabin on the Creek – Hyattville
A one-bedroom for up to three guests, this new cabin is located on Paintrock Creek, on a 160-acre property with views of the spectacular Big Horn Mountains. You’ll be surrounded by BLM land for easy access to miles and miles of hiking trails with opportunities for fishing, rock climbing, and hunting also nearby. Enjoy your morning coffee with a sunrise on the large covered porch and come back to relax with a glorious sunset while watching for wildlife. It includes a full kitchen, Wi-Fi, and friendly hosts.
Historic Fremont House – Pinedale
This adorable handcrafted cabin sleeps up to five in two bedrooms, within walking distance of all the amenities in downtown Pinedale, the gateway to the Wind River Mountains. The hosts follow green cleaning practices and provide organic bedding along with private laundry service, kayaks, bikes, and beach chairs. The fully functional kitchen includes complimentary extras like organic tea, fresh coffee, oatmeal, hot chocolate, and half/half creamers.
Cottonwood Cabin – Afton
A two-bedroom log cabin for up to six, the Cottonwood Cabin is located in Dry Creek Canyon and comes complete with the bubbling sounds of Dry Creek. Look forward to spectacular views, all the essentials, and a soothing hot tub that’s particularly enjoyable under a brilliant night’s sky far from light pollution.
Bunkhouse near Cody and Yellowstone – Basin
This remote bunkhouse cabin is ideal for a romantic couples’ stay, sleeping up to two. You’ll have magnificent views of the Bighorn Mountains and dark starry skies, with a small electric heater to keep things toasty warm inside while providing the appearance of a burning fireplace. It includes Wi-Fi, a rustic bunk bed with a full bottom and twin top. Breakfast is sometimes available and horse riding may be possible when requested in advance. Well-behaved pets are welcome and horses can even be boarded too.
Our Little Slice of Heaven – Banner
This two-bedroom log cabin for up to five offers a “slice of heaven” just 10 miles from Sheridan on the east side of the Big Horn Mountains. It’s pet-friendly and provides an especially tranquil setting with picturesque views and a deck to enjoy them from while relaxing too. It includes a well-equipped kitchen along with Wi-Fi, but it may be best for an unplugged stay due to its rural location. Guests rave about the decor, the quiet, views, and hospitable hosts.
The Paintbrush Studio – Cody
This cabin is close enough to enjoy day trips to Cody for dining, shopping and attractions like the Buffalo Bill Museum while providing a tranquil setting 20 miles from town. A log cabin studio, it includes a queen bed and daybed with a trundle, sleeping up to four guests. You’ll also have a kitchenette and a separate bathroom with a shower/tub, a private covered deck in your own yard with a grill, spectacular views, and abundant wildlife. Free Wi-Fi, Netflix, DVDs, games, and books are all included too.
Hot Springs Hideout – Thermopolis
The three-bedroom Hideout provides the perfect base for enjoying the famous Thermopolis hot springs. A luxurious cabin with an open floor plan, it sits along the Big Horn River with a boat ramp only about a block away. It comes with a deck, outdoor bar, fire pit table and a hot tub that overlooks the river. You’ll have all the essentials too, like a full kitchen, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and a washer/dryer.
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