Dude Ranch Log Cabins | Guest Accomodations

The T Cross Dude Ranch offers up to 24 guest accomodations weekly. Each of the T Cross log cabins is historic, comfortable, and unique. Below is a brief description of each cabin to help you choose your perfect home for your vacation.

Trail Creek
Sleeps 4

Trail Creek was built in the 1930s and is named after an historic dude ranch that once operated in Jackson Hole. A private porch faces east toward the meadow and Elkhorn Ridge.

The cabin has two bedrooms—one with a king bed and the other with 2 single beds—bathroom with shower, a stone fireplace, and wood stove for cool nights.

Bear Paw
Sleeps 4

Bear Paw was built in the 1930s and is named after an popular dude ranch that once operated in Jackson Hole. A private porch faces east toward the meadow and Elkhorn Ridge.

The cabin has two bedrooms—one with a queen bed and the other with 2 single beds—bathroom with shower, a stone fireplace, and wood stove for cool nights.

White Grass
Sleeps 4

White Grass was named after a dude ranch that was previously located in Jackson Hole. This cabin was also built in the 1930s. A private porch faces east toward the meadow and Elkhorn Ridge.

The cabin has two bedrooms—one with a queen bed and the other with 2 single beds—bathroom with shower, and a stone fireplace and wood stove for cool nights.

Bar BC
Sleeps 4

Bar BC was built in the 1930s and is named after a historic dude ranch that once operated in Jackson Hole. A private porch faces east toward the meadow and Elkhorn Ridge.

The cabin has two bedrooms, one with 2 single beds, and one with a queen bed. It also offers a fireplace and wood stove for cool nights along with a bathroom with shower.

Cox (North and South)
Sleeps 5–6

The Cox cabins are named after Bob and Helen Cox who owned T Cross from 1929 to 1965. T Cross owes its name to Bob Cox, as it was his brand. He and Helen wintered in this 3-room cabin for many years.

Cox North includes a bedroom suite with a queen bed, sitting room with a hide-a-bed, and bathroom with shower.

Cox South has two bedrooms—one with a king bed and the other with 2 single beds—and a bathroom with shower. The beautiful wood stove pictured here, for display only, belonged to the Cox's and likely warmed them and cooked their dinners for several decades.

Ramshorn
Sleeps 2

Ramshorn was built in 1924 by Henry Seipt, the original homesteader of the T Cross property. This cabin has one bedroom with a queen bed and a bathroom with shower.

Moose Belle
Sleeps 2–3

Moose Belle Cabin, one of the oldest buildings on the ranch, housed the original kitchen and dining room before the Lodge was completed in 1930. It was renovated and converted to guest quarters 1993. Its private porch faces east over the meadow and Elkhorn Ridge.

Moose Belle has a separate living room with a wood stove. The bedroom contains a queen and a single bed along with a tub and shower.

Diamond G (North and South)
Sleeps 6

Diamond G, like Cox, has two self-contained suites each with a private porch facing east.

Diamond G South has two bedrooms—each with two single beds—and a bathroom with tub and shower.

Diamond G North has one bedroom with 2 single beds and bathroom with tub and shower.

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82 Parque Creek Rd, Dubois Wyoming (WY) | Mailing Address: PO Box 638, Dubois, WY 82513
Winter Phone: (307) 578-6898 | Summer Phone: (307) 455-2206
E-mail: tcrossranch@wyoming.com