This quaint cabin on 21 fenced in acres is located in rural Clark Wyoming and lies in the shadow of both the Beartooth Mountains and the Absaroka Mountains. It is minutes away from two destination towns, Red Lodge, Montana (40 minutes) and Cody, Wyoming (35 minutes). Enjoy a 68 mile scenic drive on the Beartooth Highway referred to as "the most beautiful drive in America" by Charles Kuralt of "On The Road" or fish for blue ribbon trout in the Clarks Fork river as there are numerous access areas just minutes from the cabin's door. This area borders the Shoshone National Forest affording the visitor numerous outdoor opportunities. Our nation's first national park, Yellowstone National Park, has two entrances (Northeast and East) within easy driving distance from Clark.
The area is home to numerous wildlife such as pronghorn antelope, mule and whitetail deer, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, black and grizzly bears, elk and coyotes.
The area abounds with history. In 1877, Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce evaded the U.S. Army by passing through Clark and traveling out the mouth of Clark's Fork Canyon on his attempt to reach Canada. Take a drive on the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway (Wyoming Highway 296) and follow the route of the Nez Perce.
We are located in Clark, WY but our mailing address reflects Powell, WY. The map shows the correct location.