VACATION HOME ID: 263
RENTAL TYPE: Cabin
Yellowstone lodging near south entrance. Private and secluded log cabin.
TELL A FRIEND
Secluded mountain log cabin in Dubois, WY. Located near south entrance of Yellowstone National Park. Three decks, hardwood floors, two fireplaces, three levels, 1800 sq/ft cabin fully furnished. Located 10 miles from Dubois, 3 miles up Union Pass Rd. Out of this world views. Near fourwheeler and snowmobile rental businesses. You can 4wheel or snowmobile right from cabin and explore hundreds of miles of trails and area lakes. One and a half hours drive to Jackson Hole, WY for shopping, whitewater rafting, or snowskiing.
Located just outside of Dubois gives you a variety of choices for dining. There are a number of restaurants located in town and a couple of really nice restaurants that I prefer just a couple minutes drive just up the mountain from the cabin. Or if you are interested in shopping there are a number of rustic, quaint shops located in Dubois or make a short drive to Jackson Hole giving another good reason to make this your Yellowstone lodging for your Yellowstone vacations.
This cabin is located within a couple of miles of national forest accessible by car, snowmobile, or ATV. That's right, you can leave the cabin on an ATV or snowmobile and within minutes be exploring hundreds of miles of trails and numerous area lakes. Go hiking, hunting, fishing, bird and game watching, picnicking, or just sit on the deck and enjoy out of this world views while reading a book. We can provide ATV, Snowmobile, and Mountain Bike Rentals and can help you in reservations for white water rafting and horseback riding. Come visit nature at it's best and enjoy true mountain living in one of the perfect Yellowstone cabins for your Yellowstone vacations.
If you are looking for a snowmobile haven, you have found it. If you have heard about Wyoming snowmobling then you probably have heard about Union Pass Rd near Dubois and all the snowmobile trails located off Union Pass. This cabin is located on Union Pass Rd! You will be able to snowmobile right from the cabin. I also have a parking pad 100ft down the road from the cabin to be able to park your trailer. You won't have to drive up the mountain everyday to start snowmobiling, just get up and go. And when you need a break, you can go back to the comforts of the cabin.
This cabin is my family's personal vacation home. We love being there and we know you will too! We are taking reservations now. Some dates are already taken so book early to guarantee the dates you want.
Yellowstone National Park - more information
Yellowstone National Park is America's first and foremost National Park, drawing over three million visitors yearly. Established in 1872 by the United States Congress "for the preservation of" its many wonders and "for the enjoyment of the people," and now encompassing 2.2 million acres, Yellowstone in 2002 celebrated it's 130th anniversary. The Park has five entrances and some 370 miles of paved roadway. Situated in the northwest corner of the Wyoming frontier, Yellowstone is a treasure that inspires awe in travelers from around the world, boasting more geysers (about 250 active geysers from amidst 10,000 total thermal features) than anywhere else on the globe. Situated atop a huge volcanic basin, Yellowstone is home to thousands of active thermal features, including the world renowned Old Faithful Geyser. Yellowstone is also known for the spectacular Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, which is 1200 feet deep and highlighted by the powerful Upper Falls. Yellowstone is also pristine mountain-range wilderness and an open refuge for wildlife, including grizzly bear, elk, American bison, moose and wolf. In recent decades, it has been recognized that Yellowstone and the surrounding area are a biological unit, which is referred to as the Greater Yellowstone Area.
Grand Teton National Park - more information
Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park protects stunning mountain scenery and a diverse array of wildlife. The central feature of the park is the Teton Range — an active, fault-block, 40-mile-long mountain front. The range includes eight peaks over 12,000 feet (3,658 m), including the Grand Teton at 13,770 feet (4,198 m). Seven morainal lakes run along the base of the range, and more than 100 alpine lakes can be found in the backcountry.
Elk, moose, pronghorn, mule deer, and bison are commonly seen in the park. Black bears are common in forested areas, while grizzlies are occasionally observed in the northern part of the park. More than 300 species of birds can be observed, including bald eagles and peregrine falcons.
The elevation of the park ranges from 6,400 feet on the sagebrush-dominated valley floor to 13,770 feet on the windswept granite summit of the Grand Teton. Between the summit and plain, forests carpet the mountainsides. During summer, wildflowers paint meadows in vivid colors. Crystalline alpine lakes fill glacial cirques, and noisy streams cascade down rocky canyons to larger lakes at the foot of the range. These lakes, impounded by glacial debris, mirror the mountains on calm days. Running north to south, the Snake River winds its way down the valley and across this amazing scene.
Long, snowy, and bitterly cold winters make the climate of Jackson Hole unforgiving. The coldest temperature ever recorded in Grand Teton National Park was –63°F, and snow often blankets the landscape from early November to late April. Brief, relatively warm summers provide a respite from the rigors of winter and a time of renewal and rebirth. In cooperation or competition, the plants and animals adapt to this harsh climate and dramatic elevation change as each finds ways to survive.
June - August 15th
3-4 day rental $225.00/day
5-6 day rental $215.00/day
7-up day rental $205.00/day
April - May and August 16th - October
3-4 day rental $215.00/day
5-6 day rental $205.00/day
7-up day rental $195.00/day
November - March (minimum 1 week stay)
* Prices do not include taxes and fees
There is a $125.00 cleaning fee (non-negotiable).
There is a refundable $250.00 damage deposit to be paid at time of arrival.
We have a 60 day cancellation policy. You have up to 60 days before arrival date to cancel and receive a full refund.
There is a no smoking policy and no pets inside cabin and will be strickly enforced. Any violations will result in a $500.00 charge.
We have the right to cancel a reservation at any time for any reason. If our pet or smoking policy is broken, we can cancel your remaining stay at the cabin.
Please contact me, if you have any questions or want a complete policy emailed or mailed to you.
Please call toll free or email. Owners Rate Table
VISA ,MASTERCARD ,DISCOVER ,CASH ,CHECKS
FIREPLACE, DVD PLAYER, VCR PLAYER, BIG SCREEN TV, STEREO, CD PLAYER, PHONE, HEAT, FULL KITCHEN, ICEMAKER, MICROWAVE, REFRIGERATOR, UTENCILS, POTS AND PANS, WASHER AND DRYER, CHARCOAL GRILLE,
HIKING, GOLF, FISHING, MUSEUMS, DOWN HILL SKIING, ROCK CLIMBING, HUNTING, RESTAURANTS, SIGHTSEEING, CROSS COUNTRY SKIING, RAFTING, SHOPPING, Ffly Fishing, Snowmobiling, Sledding, 4 Wheeling/ATV, Horseback Riding,
This Page Has Been Viewed 4942 Times