Custom 3 bed 2 bath in the heart of Cooke City. Sweeping mountain & park views!
Bill and Tami Blackford
About Bill and Tami Blackford
Bill and Tami met in Cooke City in 1991 and started the Cooke City Bike Shack the following year. We repaired bikes, guided ski trips, and offered the first espresso coffee in Cooke City. We were married in the Mount Republic Chapel of Peace between Cooke City and Silver Gate. Our kids were born in Cooke City, and our son was once the only child in the Cooke City School. We love this area, and we have always enjoyed helping others experience and fall in love with it too.
Bill and Tami Blackford purchased this House in 1992
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Please contact us about weddings and reunions.
Please contact us if you have well-behaved pets.
Supervise toddlers - high deck, stairs, loft.
Minimum age of primary renter:18
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Truly A Home Away From Home
One of the best houses/cabins our group has ever rented. It was clean, the layout was very practical, and the location was terrific. Basically, once you unlocked the door and walked in, you were home. The overall experience was fantastic!
Early snow in Cooke City
The Cooke City Mountain house was great for my extended family and I. Plenty of room and nice and warm! will defintely be staying here again!
Wonderful, comfortable, fun place to stay.
Great house. Lots of room. We loved it.
Cooke City MT
The third bedroom was small with little space for luggage.
Highly recommend staying here. My only suggestion is to make sure you have accurate directions before arriving. It was totally our fault, but we were late getting in and since no cell service, we messed up on finding the property (which actually is pretty easy). Regardless, my family and I highly recommend staying here if visiting Cooke City or Yellowstone.
The Northeast Entrance of Yellowstone National Park is only four miles away. Red Lodge, MT, is 66 miles. Cody, WY, is 46 miles. Bozeman (135 miles) and Billings (126 miles), MT, each have airports. These drives will take you longer than you think, as they are beautiful and you will want to stop often and take it all in. Also plan on road construction in the summer and wildlife jams. It's all part of the experience.