The Historic Elk Mountain Hotel is an elegantly restored Folk Victorian hotel built in 1905. The hotel offers a hot complimentary American breakfast with any of our beautifully decorated guestrooms appointed with period antiques. Features the elegant “1905” Dining Room. Nearby activities include cross country skiing, snowmobiling, seeing a working Wyoming buffalo ranch, mountain biking, hiking, blue-ribbon trout fishing, bird watching and mountain-top picnics, or to the ranch for trophy elk and buffalo hunts.
Originally called “Medicine Butte,” the mountain and surrounding areas served as sacred Indian hunting grounds. In the late 19th century, it was a way-point for early American settlers heading west along the Overland Trail and other routes. In more modern times Elk Mountain Hotel served as home to the infamous Garden Spot Pavilion. It was here that performers like Louis Armstrong, Lawrence Welk and Tommy Dorsey inspired hundreds to “jump on and ride” the magical dance floor. Visit Website
Elk Mountain Outfitters is a full-time family operation that has been in the outdoor recreation business since the early 1970's, offering hunting, summer pack trips and trout fishing. Hunting at Elk Mountain and Wheatland is done primarily from 4x4 vehicles and on occasion we use horses and mules. (307) 322-3220
Johnson’s A Bar One Ranch - 307-326-8267
Elk Mountain is a Mecca for the snowmobiles Surrounded by two of the best snowmobiling areas in the state, The Snowy Range and Shirley Basin, Elk Mountain has some of the best powder you will find anywhere. Visit our snowmobiling page for more information. Snowmobile Tours 307-348-7720
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