Trapper Creek Lodge & Guest Ranch
Shell | Black to Yellow
Built in 1929 by the Wyeth pharmaceuticals family, The Lodge at Trapper Creek was designed as a posh summer home and hunting lodge for their Trapper Creek Ranch. Currently the lodge is a private home but vacation rentals are available on the property.
Please visit www.trapper-creek-guest-ranch.com or www.thehideout.com
Also nearby is the original ranch house that served as one of the first Wyoming dude ranches. The main section of this log structure consists of hand-hewn beams from the original settler of 1892. Renowned outdoorsmen who have stayed at Trapper Creek Ranch include Theodore Roosevelt; Owen Wister, as he worked on his well-known novel, The Virginian; and visiting fellow author, Ernest Hemmingway.
The Trapper Creek Lodge is nestled in the heart of Shell at the entrance to Trapper Canyon, the lodge is surrounded by natural beauty and secluded from the rest of the world.
For vacations at The Trapper Creek Lodge or at other places in Shell please call The Hideout at 307 765 2080
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