The Trapper Creek Guest House is a cozy log home built at the entrance to Trapper Creek Canyon. The property was built in the early 1920's by the Wyeth Family and was renovated and updated with modern amenities in 2002.
Tucked away in the small town on Shell, WY, this cabin makes a perfect retreat for your family. The Big Horn mountains can be seen from the front porch along with a beautiful view of the unique red rock formations in the area. The mountains are a short drive away. See Shell Canyon, Shell Falls, the Big Horn National Forest, Porcupine Falls, and many other natural resources.
Take a day trip to Cody, Yellowstone National Park, or Thermopolis; then return for a break from the tourist traffic.
The Trapper Creek Lodge & Supper Club is nearby. Guests can make dinner reservations there, or pick up groceries and barbeque on the deck.
Trapper Creek is adjacemt to the property. Pick up a license and do a little fishing or splash and wade. The Guest House is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the nature and peaceful surrounding area.
Big Horn National Forest
Buffalo Bill Museum
Yellowstone National Park
Horseback Riding @ the Hideout Guest Ranch
Cloud Peak Wilderness
Thermopolis Hot Springs and Water Park