The Trapper Guest House is an idyllic 3 bedroom 2 bath log cottage with a full kitchen and delightful sleeping loft. Located behind the Main Lodge and through the apple orchard it sits just a stones throw from the creeks’ edge. The tranquil setting is made picture perfect by the hushed sounds of the creek that runs year round.
This log home was built in 1926 by The Wyeth Family as a guest house to the main Trapper Creek Lodge which is located within walking distance. Located across from the guest house are historic buildings from one of the first guest ranches in Wyoming which hosted notable persons such as Owen Wister (author of The Virginian), Ernest Hemmingway and President Roosevelt. Guests vacationed in Wyoming to hunt, ride and hike.
The main section of the lodge was built in 1886 and the guest ranch was very popular in the 1920’s and 1930’s. The Trapper vacation Guest House was completely renovated in 2012. Both the main lodge of Trapper Creek Ranch and the Trapper Creek Guest House are the only remaining examples of the American Arts & Craftsman Architecture in the local area.