Where You Stay

Home sweet home—at least for your time here at the WD—could be any one of a few different places. They are spread out around the ranch, which means you’ll feel as secluded as you want to be, and there are a couple different set-ups depending on your group size and personal preferences. All accommodations offer fishing on Sweet Grass Creek and an endless supply of views, wildlife, and relaxation. See the Rates page for nightly and weekly packages.

The Cayuse Cabin

The Cayuse Cabin (CC)
The Cayuse Cabin is a four-room cabin featuring a full kitchen, king bed, 2 twin beds, a private bath with shower, and a sitting porch. Towels, linens, and kitchen utensils are provided, and satellite TV and internet is available. Great for a small family who just want the basics.




The Donald Cabin

The Donald Cabin (DC)
The Donald Cabin, a restored log cabin originally built in 1937 and perfect for two, has an open design with a galley kitchen, queen bed, futon for extra sleeping accommodation, a private bath with shower, and a screened-in porch. Towels, linens, and kitchen utensils are provided, and satellite TV and internet is available.



The Langston Place

The Langston Place (LP)
The Langston Place, five miles upstream of the main ranch, is set between two huge meadows along the banks of the Sweet Grass, encircled by large cottonwoods and far from just about anything. Porcupine Butte rises to 7000 feet just a mile to the north, offering the perfect short hike, with panoramic views of the Crazies as well as seven other mountain ranges.


Offering total privacy, the setting is chock full of deer, and that stretch of the creek has some of the best fishing on the ranch. The 1000 sq.ft. house features a large kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom with queen bed, bathroom and laundry on the first floor and an additional bedroom with twin beds and a full bath upstairs. With tasteful décor, it’s fully-equipped with Internet access (bring your own laptop) and satellite television. This is the perfect choice for couples or small families really wanting to get away from it all, but wanting some nicer amenities.

The Donald Ranch

The Donald Ranchhouse (DR)
The Donald Ranchhouse started as a log cabin in 1890, and is now Paul and Elli’s home, as well as being offered for larger groups. This rambling New England-style house offers four spacious bedrooms (two downstairs and two upstairs), each with shared bathrooms, and variously outfitted with queen and twin beds. A fifth bedroom off the kitchen has a sleeper sofa and a private bath. The large living room and dining room is a comfortable gathering place, with a screened-in porch along the south side of the house—the lawn that it faces is perfect for weddings and receptions.

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