* It may be helpful to know that while Lamar Valley Cabins has a 3 night minimum, if you see an available window of 2 days in-between stays, please inquire as we may be able to book your stay.
Even the most experienced travelers marvel at how close Lamar Valley Cabins are to the greatest wildlife viewing the in world.
See the wolf packs of the Lamar Valley, view herds of bison and elk, and spot mountain goats, big horn sheep, grizzly bears, and countless other creatures a few short minutes away.
In the winter enjoy world class back-country skiing and snowmobiling! Enjoy the trails in Cooke City on your sled during the day, but come home to quiet Silver Gate at night.
At Lamar Valley Cabin you can start your days in the private, quiet, wood paneled breakfast nook. Gaze at 360 degree views of two spectacular mountain peaks while sipping your morning coffee.
As guests and family awaken and wander downstairs, enjoy plenty of space and seating as you make breakfast in the gourmet kitchen and get organized for the day.
Adding to the warm character of the large main room downstairs are two bedrooms upstairs furnished with wooden antique headboards and dressers. Queen beds in each.
Privacy and separation from the main living area, these bedrooms have a shared marble-tiled full bathroom and generous shower head with unlimited hot water.
The favorite place to sleep is in the ultra cozy foam double bed perched next to the picture window at the top of the stairs. From here visitors get lost in the unique, lofty views of Amphitheater Peak
Sleep two additional children or guests in the pull out bed in the sofa downstairs.
No need to over-pack - enjoy access to our LG washer and dryer!
Peace of mind is had by all as this cabin offers free unlimited long distance phone service as well as free wireless internet. Also, our friendly managers are right across the street, so anything extra you may they can get for you quickly.
Finally, you asked and we listened! This spring Jeff and I are building an outdoor grilling/seating area! If you are lucky, you can see mountain goats from the back yard and get a personal view of Jackson, the town bison who loves our backyard.