The SpaceThe cabin sits on a historic, Wyoming ranch. The cabin is a total of ~1400 sq. feet with an open family/dining room on the main floor and large living room upstairs. The kitchen has a full size refrigerator and stove. The bathroom has sink, toilet and shower. Guest AccessThe Bear River and Smith's Fork Rivers - great trout streams from late June through October. Bird watching with a large blue heron population, resident bald eagle pair and hawks everywhere. Plenty of resident deer, beaver, muskrat and coyotes. Interaction with GuestsWe provide a wide range of services from a quiet, relaxed experience to full service guest ranch (meals, horse guide, fly fishing guide). We can create customized packages that include corporate planning retreats, art workshops and Wyoming wilderness camps. The NeighborhoodCottonwood trees, rivers, deer, eagles, hawks, blue herons, beaver, otters, etc. Getting AroundGuests will provide their own transportation. Other Things to NoteHorse Rides. To many of our guests, this is their favorite part of this western experience. We provide horse rides on the ranch with a fee (to help with shoeing/winter feeding/etc.) A ~2 hr. ride around the ranch is $30/horse. Longer rides up the canyon are $50/horse. A daily ride is included in the 'Dude Ranch' and Wilderness Packages.