How We Came to Own
Pinedale Cozy Cabins
Dan and I both grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and I never thought we would leave. However, once we started a family, Dan had this crazy idea that he wanted to move to a small mountain town to raise our children.
After years of searching, we found Pinedale and made the move in 1997. Our two girls were just one and three years old at the time. It has been a blessing to live in a town with so much natural beauty and in a community that is diverse, talented and committed to keeping the quality of life only a small town can offer.
We loved raising our girls in Pinedale and are thankful that we made the leap over 25 years ago. We spend summers sailing, boating, kayaking and hiking and the winters snowshoeing and cross country skiing.
Over the years our family and friends have come and visited the area. Usually we can house our visitors in comfort. However, ten years ago, we had a family reunion on my side of the family to celebrate our mom’s 80th birthday. With five siblings, spouses and their kids coming to town, I found Pinedale Cozy Cabins to accommodate most of the out of town family.
The week was magical. We gathered on the generous porches while the kids played in the center grass area. We had BBQs in the picnic grilling area. We attended music in the park across the way from the Cabins. The Cabins made for the perfect week of family time.
After the reunion, we always had a fond place in our hearts for the Pinedale Cozy Cabins and would always recommend it to family and friends. It was always a great stay for anyone who booked at the cabins.
In 2020, the Cabins went on the market. Dan and I decided we wanted to make them our own and continue the tradition of a home away from home experience for those who stayed with us. Whatever your reason for visiting Pinedale, Wyoming, I look forward to welcoming you to Pinedale Cozy Cabins.
Nora and Dan Farrand
On my first visit to Pinedale, I stayed here. The cabins are adorable and affordable. It was a very nice, relaxing stay. My cabin had two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and a bathroom. It was nice to have a full kitchen stocked with all the cooking supplies. Thank you Nora for a great stay!
Until next time!
Marci and Amanda Sept 2022
Why You Want to Come to Pinedale
Pinedale sits nestled in a high alpine valley at 7,175 feet. It's surrounded by three large mountain ranges — the Wind River Range, the Wyoming Range and Gros Ventre Mountains. As part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the Bridger-Teton National Forest is a hub for a variety of outdoor recreation, and the spectacular landscape is home to a multitude of amazing wildlife. With an assortment of restaurants, shops, facilities, and attractions.
The Wind River Range is unlike any place on Earth. It's considered sacred to some and awe-inspiring by all. It's home to popular backpacking destinations like Island Lake, Cirque of the Towers, Fremont Peak and the Green River Lakes. It's also home to more than 140 miles of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, which runs 3,100 miles from Canada to Mexico (southbound) or Mexico to Canada (northbound.
There are several large glacial-fed lakes surrounding Pinedale. These are popular destinations for watersports enthusiasts, fishermen, beach-goers, and folks just looking to enjoy the views.
Pinedale’s in-town attractions and friendly locals make our community stand out. You can explore this area’s rich history at the Museum of the Mountain Man. Enjoy the pools, climbing wall, and full gym setups at the Pinedale Aquatic Center. Tee off at Rendezvous Meadows Golf Course. Or you can lace your skates at the Sublette County Ice Arena.
Whether you’re looking for mountain bike rentals or locally-crafted artwork, our family-owned businesses are ready to provide visitors with equipment, services, and unique experiences.
The Real Wyoming is waiting for you!
Great cabins! All you need to enjoy your stay. Clean and well kept, great location next to great park and downtown Pinedale.
Melissa - June 2021
Frequently Asked Question
Do you allow pets?
We allow pets on a very limited basis. Please call us directly 307-231-3271 to secure a pet friendly room prior to your arrival. You must book directly with us to bring your pet. Pinedale Cozy Cabins is a limited pet friendly property. A non-refundable pet fee is charged based on the size of the dog and length of stay. No exceptions. Again, we will NOT accept pets booked via Expedia or Booking.com or any other Online Travel Agency. Please plan accordingly to ensure we do have a pet friendly cabin available. This includes a service animal.
Are you in walking distance to restaurants and shops?
Yes, we are centrally located. Shops and restaurants are a stroll away.
Do you offer maid service during our stay?
There is not daily maid service. For those staying longer than seven days, we come in once a week to spiff up and provide fresh linens.
Can we book all six cabins?
Yes, you can. However, there is rarely a time when all six are available. To confirm availability, call us at 307-231-3271 or book online well in advance.
Do you allow smoking on the property?
All cabins are non-smoking. Cigarette butt receptacles are provided on your porch for outdoor smoking. Please ensure all butts are properly disposed of within the provided receptacles. The cleaning fee for smoking inside the cabin is $250.00. This includes every form of tobacco, marijuana and/or vaping. Your cabin door must be closed when smoking on your porch or the smoking cleaning fee will apply.
What is available in the kitchen?
We have a fully stocked kitchen with pots, pans, plates and dishes. There's everything you need to cook and enjoy a meal.