We are located in Wind River Country at the foot of the Wind River Mountains, on a working cattle ranch. We are only a few miles from Sinks Canyon State Park where there are hiking trails, fishing in lakes and streams. The cabins are near the Wind river Indian Reservation, The Red Desert, Louis Lake Loop Road, Historic South Pass Cityand Atlantic City.
Each cabin has a mini-kitchenette, fully furnished with dishes, silverware etc.There is a small living area and a private bedroom with a queen size bed. The loft in each cabin has twin beds. Each cabin has a porch that is great for sitting outside and enjoying the beautiful scenery. There are red bluffs in front of the cabins, and the Wind River Moutains rise behind them.
There is a propane BBQ grill for each cabin and a picnic table on the lawns.
The rooms in the Lawman and Outlaw cabin are furnished with hand made log furniture and some antiques. They are decorated in western style.
Each cabin has a private bathroom with a shower and tub combination. All towels are furnished.
The scenery is fabulous here on the ranch. The porches offer a place to kick back and relax while enjoying the beautiful scenery.
We are 4 1/2 miles from Lander, Wyoming, just a short drive to wonderful eating establishments, grocery stores,a movie theater,a museum and many other facilities.
There is ample parking space for trailers, etc.
We offer peace, quiet, and beautiful suroundings.
Policies & Restrictions
We ask that you do not smoke in the cabins, however smoking is allowed on the porch.Children are welcome. We do accept well behaved dogs for a minimum fee.
Rates & Availability
The rate per cabin is $98.00 per night, double occupancy. There is a $10.00 charge for each person over double occupancy.
These cabins are on a working Black Angus cattle ranch. The ranch has a historical background. The Lawman Cabin was built in 1890 by Sheriff Grimmetts. There are four outlaws buried somewhere on the ranch.
From Main Street in Lander, follow South 5th Street to Fremont Street. There is a sign directing traffic to Sinks Canyon State Park. Follow Fremont Street until you reach the Intersection of Sinks Canyon and Squaw Creek Road. There is a small sign directing you to the Outlaw Cabins at the end of the intersection. Follow Squaw Creek road 4.5 miles. There is a turnoff to the ranch and cabins with the #2415 fire lane number. There is a sign on the left side of the road that tells you you are at the Outlaw cabins . There are two mail boxes on the right side of the road with Wunder Ranch and 2415. You will cross a cattle guard and drive sown a gravel lane for less that a quarter mile. The Cabins are the first building you will come to.
A discount of 10% is offered for stays of 5 days or over.