In the Wild West days, Red Lodge was a mixture of cowboys who wintered in Red Lodge and miners who battled the earth for its black gold. Colorful characters were plentiful on the boardwalks of town. From Buffalo Bill to City Marshall John Garrison (John "liver eating" Johnston). Today, Red Lodge is known as the hometown of The Rodeo of Champions; "the best little rodeo in the West."
The Cowboy Cabin is surrounded by giant Cottonwood trees and was built directly on Rock Creek. The Cabin was completely renovated two years ago and is decorated to reflect the history of the area, with cowboy, Indian, and buffalo motif, tastefully put together with comfortable overstuffed chairs and sofa. Original art and memorabilia fill the cabin for your enjoyment.
"Everything we expected and more! Cozy, comfortable, and convenient. We loved falling asleep to the sound of the creek."
The Cowboy Cabin sleeps four with one bedroom and bath, and a queen sofa bed. The bedroom has an antique Victorian bed and dresser with a soft down comforter and cozy flannel sheets. There is a fully furnished kitchen, washer and dryer, cable TV, and VCR.
Want downtown shopping, dining, and entertainment? A ten-minute walk and it is all there. So convenient, easy, and relaxing! But if you decide to stay at home, there is an outdoor grill on the creek-side deck, and Adirondack chairs to sit in while you watch the world go by. Or walk just a few steps to the enclosed Spa on the creek. We have even furnished the robes for the walk.
Come for a visit! Make your reservations now by going to RATES & BOOKINGS and filling in our e-mail form. There is room for comments and questions.