Find Our Most Frequent Questions Below
For questions and inquiries about the lodge or cabins, contact us via e-mail or phone listed below. We will do our best to respond to your calls in a timely manner and answer any other questions you may have. The best way to contact us is via email, but you are welcome to call the lodge between 8am-5pm Monday - Friday.
Snowy Mountain Lodge is located 7 miles above Centennial, WY on Highway 130. For those familiar with the area, there is a turnaround where the state stops plowing the highway roughly 2 miles above Snowy Range Ski area. Our Lodge is a few hundred yards beyond the turnaround on the left, and the road to us is kept open.
To ensure that our staff has time to clean every cabin, check-in time for cabin rentals is 4 p.m. To check in, please talk to a staff member in the main Lodge. If you will have a check-in past 6pm or need to arrange late check-in, please call (307) 742-SNOW to arrange check-in. All cabins are back in the woods, and though a trail will be groomed to the cabins you will not be able to drive your car right to your cabin in the winter. Snowmobiler's are more than welcome to ride their sleds right to their cabins.
To check-out, please return your keys to the lodge by 10 a.m.
Each of the large cabins (1-6) is equipped with a full kitchen. Each has a small refrigerator, a coffee pot, a microwave, and a stove. The stove is a small model, but has 4 burners and an oven.
Small cabins (7-18) include no cooking facilities. Small cabins are seasonally closed during the winter.
The restaurant is not open at this time. Groups can rent the lodge (conference room, industrial kitchen, dining room) for exclusive use, but we will not have any food available. All large cabins (1-6) are equipped with a full kitchen, and Centennial (7 miles back down the mountain) offers several options for eating.
This is one of the most frequent questions we are asked. The Lodge has historically offered gas for snowmobiles but it will not be available at this time. When we purchased the Lodge we were informed that the tank did not meet EPA standards and could not be used. Due to the significant investment of resources required to fix the Lodge and cabins we were not able to install a new tank that would meet all standards. We encourage guests to bring up extra fuel in tanks to use daily and run back down to Centennial as needed to fill up.
Our cabin experiences are truly rustic compared to today's comforts, and that is something we love about the idea of "getting away." Yet, Cabins 1-6 are equipped with a TV and DVD player for use, but there is no TV service. Wi-Fi and internet is unavailable. Cell service is also not normally received in and around the area. Calls can be made at the main lodge.
Our main parking lot in front of the main lodge is kept plowed and always accessible in the winter. We do highly recommend 4-wheel drive vehicles.
The cabins can only be accessed by snowmobile or by walking. There is no car access to the cabins in the winter. Our lodge manager can help you bring items to your cabin with our snow cat. The cabins are not far from the main lodge.
Due to our location and the unpredictable weather in Wyoming, we have a very flexible cancellation policy. There is no fee for cancellation, we simply ask that you call us ASAP prior to your anticipated check-in to alert our lodge manager of your cancellation. (307) 742-7669.
No, we do not allow pets inside any of our facilities.
No, we do not currently offer our facilities for weddings or receptions.