With some of the most spectacular scenery in America, Wyoming is an excellent place to rent a mountain cabin for some well deserved R & R.
There is no better way to enjoy these awe-inspiring mountains than from a sturdy cabin you call home. This page features 13 Wyoming mountain cabin rentals.
Be sure to click through on each Colorado mountain cabin entry below to read the full description before you reserve your spot. Access & amenities vary widely.
Directions From Buffalo, Wyoming, take U.S. Highway 16 southwest about 27 miles. Phone 406-587-9054 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords LCBN,BOULDER PARK,BIGHORN NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Overview Lost Cabin Campground is located 29 miles west of Buffalo, Wyoming on the east side
Directions From Douglas (37 miles) From I25 Exit 140, turn right onto S Riverbend Dr. Turn right onto WY-94 (Esterbrook Road) and right on WY-91 (Cold Springs Road). In 3 miles, turn left on WY-91 (Cold Springs Road). Continue on CR 24 (Cold Springs Road) for 33.8 miles. From I25
Directions From Laramie, Wyoming, take Hwy 130 to Centennial, Wyoming. Travel approximately 9 miles west of Centennial on Highway 130 to Brooklyn Lake Road (Forest Service Road 317) located on the north (right) side of the highway. The Guard Station is on Brooklyn Lake Road approximately 1 mile from the
Directions From Encampment, Wyoming, travel west on State Highway 70, approximately 26 miles to the Sandstone Work Center. Turn right into Work Center compound and the Sandstone Cabin will be located on your left. From Baggs, Wyoming, travel east on State Highway 70, approximately 32 miles to the Sandstone Work
Directions From Saratoga, travel south on Highway 130 for 8 miles to the Highway130/230 junction. Turn left (east) on Highway 130 and drive 20 miles to Forest Service Road 257 (also known as Snowstorm Road). Turn onto Forest Service Road 257 and continue for approximately 100 yards to the cabin.
Directions From Buffalo, Wyoming, take Wyoming State Highway 16 west 24 miles. Turn left on Crazy Woman Road (FSR 33), travel 400 feet, turn right on Forest Service Road 473. Visitors will use a gate to access the cabin. Please keep the gate closed. Phone 307-684-7806 Activities BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING,
Directions From Afton, WY, take Highway 89 north approximately 31 miles to Alpine, WY. At Alpine, turn right (south) onto Greys River Road (Forest Road 10138) and drive about 26 miles to Box Y Guest Lodge turnoff. Turn right (west), cross the Greys River Bridge, and then travel 1/4 mile.
Directions From Afton, Wyoming, take Highway 89 north about 31 miles to Alpine. At Alpine, turn right (south) onto Greys River Road (Forest Road 10138) and travel about 8 miles to the junction with Little Greys River Road (Forest Road 10124). Turn left (northeast) onto Little Greys River Road and
Directions From Afton, WY, take Highway 89 north about 31 miles to Alpine, WY. At Alpine, turn right (south) onto Greys River Road (Forest Road 10138) and travel about 46 miles. The cabin is located on the right (west) side of the road. Access is along a low-speed gravel road.
Directions From Kemmerer, WY, follow US-189 north to the junction of La Barge Road, just south of the town of La Barge. Turn left on La Barge Road and drive 25 miles to the forest boundary. (The first 11 miles of this road are paved.) Continue on La Barge Road/Forest
Directions From Kemmerer, WY, follow U.S. Highway 189 north to the junction of Wyoming Highway 233 and Ham’s Fork Road. Turn left on Ham’s Fork Road and drive about 38 miles (the first 19 miles of this road is paved) to Ham’s Fork Campground. Just past the campground, take the
Directions From Kemmerer, WY, follow US-189 north to the junction of La Barge Road, just south of the town of La Barge. Turn left on La Barge Road and travel 25 miles (the first 11 miles of this road are paved) to the forest boundary. Continue following La Barge Road/Forest
Directions From Cody, drive approximately 16 miles north on Highway 120, then take Chief Joseph Scenic Highway/Highway 296 west for 22 miles, up and over Dead Indian Pass and on to Sunlight. Sunlight Road/Forest Road 101 will be on your left just before you reach the Sunlight Bridge Overlook. Drive
What is Glamping?
Mountain cabin rentals are a form of glamping. This is a relatively new term that combines the words glamorous and camping. It is for folks that want the outdoor experience that comes with camping, but with more comfort. Learn about other forms of glamping here.