dude ranch near yellowstone

SHOSHONE LODGE AND GUEST RANCH

OUTSIDE THE EAST ENTRANCE OF YELLOWSTONE

dude ranch near yellowstone

SHOSHONE LODGE AND GUEST RANCH

OUTSIDE THE EAST ENTRANCE OF YELLOWSTONE

dude ranch near yellowstone

SHOSHONE LODGE AND GUEST RANCH

OUTSIDE THE EAST ENTRANCE OF YELLOWSTONE

dude ranch near yellowstone

SHOSHONE LODGE AND GUEST RANCH

OUTSIDE THE EAST ENTRANCE OF YELLOWSTONE

Family-owned All-Inclusive Dude Ranch

Looking for an all-inclusive dude ranch vacation near Yellowstone? One that will give you easy access to the first national park without skimping on the authentic Western flair?

Shoshone Lodge is a historic lodge treating modern visitors right, only three miles from Yellowstone's East Entrance. It's a place where you feel vigor seep into you as you breathe in the mountain air, take in stunning views, and relish true Western hospitality you'll want to take home with you.

Come to Cody and enjoy a relaxing Western getaway that puts you in the heart of Yellowstone country when you step out your cabin door.

From trail riding and hiking to floating the river and Western swing dancing, from Yellowstone tours to the Cody Nite Rodeo, the fun will never stop!

During your stay, you will enjoy a mixture of delicious home-cooked meals in the historic dining room of the main lodge as well as some campfire cookouts.

When you settle into one of our authentic western cabins for your weeklong stay, you will discover what "getaway" really means.

Shoshone Lodge and Guest Ranch has been in the same family since the 1920s when the main lodge was built from native timbers by Cody's first county sheriff, Henry Dahlem.

With its almost century-long history, the Shoshone Lodge authentically boasts a beautiful display of craftsmanship.

The lodge has been run by members of the family for the past 4 generations and is now owned and operated by Henry’s great-grandson, Mike Christiansen. When you stay at the ranch, you will be personally entertained by Mike and his family and will be able to hear firsthand about the incredible history of Shoshone Lodge, as well as ride past some of the historical sites such as the location of the family’s sawmill which they used to mill the timbers for the lodge and original cabins.

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