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Big Sandy Lodge

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Reviewed 1 October 2016

I stayed at Big Sandy Lodge from 13-17 September 2016 and loved it. The cabins are basic with no electricity and contain a pot belly stove for heating and kerosene lamps for light. Take your own head lamp for reading. The bathroom facilities were clean and adequate. The lodge has a large communal area tastefully decorated with a rustic feel...

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bend oregon
Reviewed 14 September 2016

This is our second visit to Big Sandy Lodge in the past two years. My parents first brought me there as a child in 1978 and it is one of my best childhood memories. All these years later and it is still just the same and so wonderful. Isolated, quiet and oh so rustic, we are anxious to go back...

Thank jbpk
Clearwater, Florida
Reviewed 29 August 2016

For being remotely located, the Cirque of the Towers is one of the most visited areas of the Wind River Range. The towers are in the Bridger Wilderness located in the Bridger-Teton National Forest Wyoming. To start our hike we spent the night in Big Sandy Lodge. The lodge has been around since 1929 and hasn't changed much since the...

Thank SierraPilot
Greater Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 24 September 2015

We stayed at Big Sandy Lodge at the start and end of a week's climbing in the Cirque. It was the perfect place to acclimatize - 9100' with a walk up to Dad's lake to wear in the boots. Back to the lodge to enjoy Natasha's excellent cooking then off to the cabin to light the stove. They heat very...

Thank Denis C
Denver, Colorado
Reviewed 8 September 2015

My wife and I just returned from BSL after a 12 year absence. We used to bring our daughters and they still have the blue high chair used by our youngest. It was so great to be back!! Wes and Natasha are fantastic hosts. Natasha is an excellent cook and Wes is so nice and helpful. He started several fires...

Thank BobinDenver
Reviewed 21 August 2015

I really wasn't sure what our stay would be like--I knew it would be rustic (it is very rustic) but I just didn't know what to expect. The cabins are very basic. There is no electricity, no heat, and the mattresses are ancient (this is my only complaint--and I understand how much maintenance is involved with a place like that,...

1Thank Angela H
Marquette, MI
Reviewed 7 August 2015 via mobile

My husband brought here for a night after being on horse pack trip in Wind River Range. He has stayed here before while out fly fishing and loves it. It is charming and very rustic, but authentic. This is located right by Big Sandy trail head. This is Finis Mitchell's original fishing camp site. He sold his place in 1975...

1Thank lizardMarquette_MI
Dallas, Texas
Reviewed 1 September 2014

If you're looking for luxury accommodations you should (as their web site is careful to point out) give this place a miss. But if you're looking for a comfortable place to stay near some magnificent Wilderness it's just the ticket. We stayed here for two nights before starting a 10 day backpack in the Wind River Mountains. Fresh from 500...

2Thank Bill G
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Reviewed 7 August 2013

This was our second stay at Big Sandy Lodge (BSL).Two years ago the place was clearly up for sale-meagre, mediocre food, disaffected staff. We returned because of its brilliant location next to the Big Sandy opening to the Wind Rivers. The new owners and team are terrific. The food is plentiful and very good. The horses are sounder and the...

3Thank allan s
Reviewed 4 July 2012

I have been to this place many time and through several owners. My uncle who has passed on many years used to tell me stories of he and his father helping to build it. No one knew the lakes and trails better then he did , well maybe finis Mitchell did who was his friend. Any way this is great...

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We are a remote wilderness lodge, also specializing in pack trips, gear drops, guided hunts, fishing trips and horseback rides on remote trails. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Big Sandy Lodge

Address: Big Sandy, Big Sandy, WY
Region: United States > Wyoming > Big Sandy
Number of rooms: 10
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“Room 5 is great.”
SierraPilot, 28 Aug 2016 | Read review
“All of the cabins are similar. Bring an LED lantern. The kerosene lanterns are kind of stinky. They were able to store our luggage while we backpacked.”
252billg, 1 Sep 2014 | Read review
“To qualify the rating on cleanliness...the cabins are heated with wood. Bringing wood in and tending the woodstove will naturally create some wood and ash debris inside the cabin. Broom and dustpan provided!”
joclair, 22 Sep 2011 | Read review
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