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

FULL-SERVICE WESTERN ACCOMMODATIONS

Looking for a guest ranch 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.

Choose from 18 completely unique, 100% authentic Western cabins. Cozy into a cabin in the woods just outside Yellowstone National Park to discover what "getaway" really means.

Sick of "roadtrip food"? Step in to enjoy authentic and tasty home-cooked fare at the Shoshone Lodge, whether you're staying with us or not. Menu items available for any budget.

Add some saddle swagger to your Yellowstone vacation with gorgeous backcountry rides into the mountains and forests around Yellowstone. Gentle, easy-riding horses suitable for any level.

Slow down your Yellowstone road trip long enough to settle in to a lodge built from native timbers in the early 1920s by Cody's first county sheriff, Henry Dahlem.

Due to its almost century-long history, the Shoshone Lodge authentically carries forward a beautiful display of craftsmanship seldom seen in the modern age.

A roaring fire in the historic hearth complements the warmth of the timbers themselves.

All in a spectacular setting that would take your breath away if not for the fresh mountain air filling your lungs.

Get out of the car and settle in to a front-porch rocker to listen to the wind whistle through the trees and Grinnell Creek flow by. You also have a great shot at spotting wandering wildlife.

Then retire to one of the many unique cabins on the property for a true Western experience.