Cowboy Heaven Cabins
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Cowboy Heaven Cabins

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#2 of 3 campsites in Big Sky
4.5 of 5 bubbles
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3.8 of 5 bubbles
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3.6 of 5 bubbles
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These Montana-style log cabins provide a one of a kind slope side experience to Big Sky Resort. The three and a half star rated, on-mountain Cowboy Cabins provide unparalleled panoramic views from your private hot tub on the deck, comfortable rustic decor and comfortable living areas. Private vehicle recommended. Minimum stay required.
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dlpa2000 wrote a review Feb 2020
california328 contributions148 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Even tho booked one year in advance and were promised 4 stirrup road with washer/dryer learned two weeks prior to arrival that Big Sky Resort moved us to 6 stirrup no washer/dryer and did not even bother to call us and let us know.  At check-in manager offered complementary laundry and 2 lift tickets which greatly eased our frustration.

Reported the burned out outdoor lights at 8pm the 2nd nite and even tho I said it was ok to wait till the next day, they were replaced one hour later even tho it was 15 degrees and snowing.  Impressive service.

Leather sofa and arm chair nice additions.  True ski in out.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from BigSkyCentralRes, Manager at Cowboy Heaven Cabins
Responded 2 Mar 2020
Hi @dlpa2000, Thank you for taking the time to review the Cowboy Heaven Cabins! I apologize that we were not able to honor your request of a specific unit. As a rule, we do try not to absolutely guarantee units to guests in case of unforeseen issues or circumstances that require us to move units. Again, I try apologize for the frustration and disappointment this must have caused you. That being said, I am happy to see that we were able to make your stay a success, and hope that you will book with us again in the future! -Zander, Big Sky Resort
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JazzFanYYC3446 wrote a review Feb 2020
Calgary, Canada13 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Just arrived home after 9 wonderful night’s vacation at Big Sky where we stayed in the overall wonderful Cowboy Heaven Cabin no 6 on stirrup drive. Firstly Big Sky is the most amazing and our favourite ski resort - awesome terrain variety , laid back vibe and still un crowded for a Large ski resort . Secondly the Cowboy Heaven cabin location is simply awesome .. literally open front door , click into skis and swoosh away down Gambler trail to the Iron Horse lift with easy access to Moonlight or Big Sky centre. Equally easy ski in return directly from Cinnabar via Gambler right to the front door .. literally ski in ski out from the front door ... amazing . Private hot tub on the relatively private deck with views out across the trail was really amazing to enjoy after full on days of skiing the steps and deeps. Cabin a bit dated but very cosy and roomy for 2 and very private . Bed comfy, lots of storage for clothes . . The only downside .. the kitchen Was quite dated but serviceable although the quality of kitchen pots, pans, and utensils was disappointing and not up to the quality of the cabin overall nor the awesome location. No extractor fan to outside so cooking on stove top required a combination of opening windows and door whilst moderating heat to pan to control cooking fumes in main room. The central reservations staff were more responsive than I expected .. we called for several issues we experienced .. hot tub jets were not all working and small bathroom heater fan failed .. but both were fixed the next day. Requests for rubbish removal worked 2 out if 3 requests .. 3rd time they came right away that evening after calling again after not coming during the day as requested. No washer dryer in this cabin but we prepared for that before arriving .

Overall an amazing location and cosy cabin for an awesome ski in ski out vacation at Big Sky. All the positives make up for the kitchen downsides so I give it 5 /5 Overall .
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from BigSkyCentralRes, Manager at Cowboy Heaven Cabins
Responded 21 Feb 2020
Hi @JazzFanYYC3446, Thank you for leaving a review of the Cowboy Heaven Cabins! As you noted, they are one of our most popular options for a reason. We appreciate the feedback on the kitchen, and will look into replacing the items you mentioned. Thanks again for the review, and we hope to see you back next winter! -Zander, Big Sky Resort
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MCNYUSA wrote a review Apr 2021
14 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Staying at a Cowboy Heaven Cabin was truly the foundation for a great family vacation. Despite getting on the slopes early and staying on the slopes until late, we still spent plenty of time in the Cabin. The views from the hot tub of the Spanish Peaks were unparalleled, and the living room/kitchen were the focus of our non-skiing activities (meals and games). This vacation was so much more fun with the extra space and kitchen, as well as the private porch and hot tub. A hotel room would have been much more limiting on our apres-ski. The Cabin was warm and clean, and the kitchen was adequate for big breakfasts and easy dinners (chili, stew). I even grilled steak on the porch one evening. If you rent thru Saddle Ridge Rentals/Moonlight Rentals the managers are only a phone call away should any issues arise.
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Response from Zander Fogg, Revenue Management at Cowboy Heaven Cabins
Responded 5 Apr 2021
Thank you for reviewing the Cowboy Heaven Cabins - we agree that their location can't be beat! -Zander, Big Sky Resort
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romaine_lettuce wrote a review May 2022
Washington DC, District of Columbia49 contributions22 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I have stayed in Cowboy Heaven Cabin 3 times in 3 different cabins. I have a soft spot in my heart. However when booking for a future trip I found that their prices have tripled. I have found ski packages that are wonderful and a better value for future trips even in the Alps. The price for the same cabin doubled in one month. Feels a bit like price gouging.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Look around... do your research...check and double check the cancellation policy
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Response from Zander Fogg, Revenue Management at Cowboy Heaven Cabins
Responded 16 May 2022
Dear @romaine_lettuce, Thank you for leaving a review of the Cowboy Heaven Cabins! I am sorry to see that you are having a hard time finding a stay that fits your budget. While there are many different companies to book through, I invite you to go to the packages and promotions page on the Big Sky Resort website to see our best offers on Cabins and other vacation rentals. -Zander, Big Sky Resort
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msemmler wrote a review Apr 2017
Houston, Texas22 contributions7 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We originally booked a three bedroom condo months in advance, but our reservation was changed by the resort to a two bedroom cabin at Cowboy Heaven because we were told the condo we booked was unavailable. We were charged the same price because they considered the Cowboy Heaven cabin an upgrade. We had my father and my daughter traveling with us, so not having three bedrooms was a challenge, but my father took the pull out sofa so we could put my daughter to bed early. He found out in the middle of the night that the pull out sofa had a massive hole in the springs, and he spent most of the night trying not to role off of the bed. He would have moved to one of the twin beds in my daughter's room, but that mattress was broken, too. The humidifier was broken. The wifi was broken. The bathroom sink drain was broken. The heater was broken, and would either stay on or off. The games were all missing pieces. The kitchen plates and utensils looked like a rummage sale at the thrift store. I have no idea how they rent this place for money. We had to move to lodgings the next night.
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Response from BSRCentralReserv, Manager at Cowboy Heaven Cabins
Responded 4 May 2017
Hello @Msemmler, I would like to schedule time with you to discuss. Please email me at katie.grice@bigskyresort.com at your convenience.
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GREG A wrote a review Jan 2017
Paradise, California26 contributions9 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We have been coming here and stay in various Cowboy Cabins since 2007. Our attraction to these Cowboy Cabins is they are slope side ski in/ski out units. In previous years we booked our stay through Big Sky Luxury Property Rental. Unfortunately the business was sold and the new property rental company is Natural Retreats Property Rental. Normally we book our stays a year in advance however, due to some medical recovery issues, we were unsure if we could make the trip in January. In November we made the decision to book our vacation for our January ski trip. We were not able to secure the Cowboy Cabin we've stay out several times in the past. We ended up with Cowboy Cabin 3 Rustic Ridge. Up until now our stays were totally awesome and all our needs were taken care of by the property management team. This cabin does have a good location for skiing out and not the best for skiing in but doable. The cleanliness of the cabin has a lot to be desired. These cabins are supposed to be thoroughly cleaned following departure of each guest. On the surface, at first glance, it seemed clean. At a closer look the dinning room table was not cleaned. When making our bed the following morning, we found some women's sweat pants at the head of the bed where if sheets were changed, the cleaning person would have found them. This of course made us wonder if the sheets had been changed from the last guests! We always book a 7 day stay when we come up to Big Sky. As every one knows trash cans fill up fast and need to be taken out. In the rule book we were told not to remove the trash but the property management would do so at the conclusion of our stay! The trash bags could not be put outside due to wildlife so we had a collection of 4 trash bags setting in the cabin at our departure. Not the best service for trash collections. If you consider stay in this cabin, make arrangements with the property management for trash removal during your stay. Check unit out for cleanliness first thing and if you are not satisfied, contact property management.
The Cowboy Cabins are perfectly located on the slopes and the skiing is the best in the country. This is the first year we have complained about any of these cabins.
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Date of stay: January 2017
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: The true ski in/ski out cabins are on Powder River run.
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aledm wrote a review Mar 2023
Vail, Colorado519 contributions298 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
As we stayed and skied Big Sky, we grew to like the resort but our impressions of our $1045 a night cabin were not good. We arrived at Cowboy Heaven Alpine Escape Cabin in Moonlight Basin (#3 Duster Drive) in Big Sky at around 5 pm. The road up and up was steep with packed snow, plowed but left snowy. It was still light out, fortunately. The driveway was also plowed into packed snow and it was very icy walking from the car to the front porch. Stepping up at least 1 1/2 feet to the front porch from the driveway was challenging (there was an intermediate step on the other side of the porch but we didn't know that at the time), not only because it was high, but the wood surface of the porch was icy and slippery. It was in fact a horror. Dimitri used the shovel on the porch to try to remove the ice and to clean the area. Meanwhile, Audre unpacked the car, taking small steps on the ice and leaving each of the month’s supply of 5 suitcases, 2 computers, the igloo, 10 shopping bags of food, our skis, helmets, and boots, one by one, on the front porch.

Opening the door of the cabin and seeing what 780 square feet of space looked like, was horrifying too. Audre’s first reaction was that the place was unbelievable, laughable, ludicrous, ridiculous at $1045 a night. We understood that the real estate valuation of these small cabins is somewhere between $2 and $3 million. That valuation, as well as comparables, must be the justification for the rent being charged because it could not be a reflection of the value of the structure or its amenities. The cabin and its amenities are just not keeping up with the land value.

We saw that Acra had brought a folding table for our computers, as promised. It was placed in front of the cabin windows that looked out on the Jacuzzi and it was next to the clothes hooks where we put our jackets. The dining table was to the left as we entered and it sat 4 as the pictures showed. The kitchen was as pictured but there was no empty cabinet space for our food—it was filled with this, that and the other thing. In order to unpack our groceries, Audre needed to re-organize the kitchen cabinets and drawers—that took an hour. To the right of the door was the living room area with sofa, coffee table, end table, corner table and heating stove. Every drawer and space was filled with this, that and the other thing. It needed re-organization. The TV was mounted at ceiling level, only watchable if we wanted sore necks.

The hall with the small, but standard bathroom with tub was to the left. To the right was the master bedroom, with a stand-alone sink, king bed, stacked washer/dryer, a bench and two bedside tables. There was no closet, only 4 hooks. No description of the cabin disclosed that there were no closets. The hooks were not even the kind that can be extended out or the ones with grooves for hangers. These were fixed wooden pegs about 4” long that didn’t hold much. There certainly wasn’t enough space for our months’ worth of clothes, ski outfits, underwear and snowshoeing clothes. After exercising, there was no airflow around the clothes to dry them off. Off of the master bedroom was a toilet room with a small shower.

At the end of the hall was the second bedroom with 2 single beds, one bedside table in between and a TV console table that was filled with this, that and the other thing too. This room had no closet either. Just the wooden pegs which no photo had disclosed. Audre was truly annoyed with Dimitri because we have a portable clothes hanging rack in our storage area. She wanted to bring it but Dimitri said not to. In each bedroom, there was also a chest of drawers. These drawers were full of bedding. All of the extra stuff from the kitchen and living room and all of the extra bedding went into the second bedroom, either under the beds or on them. Having done that, we were able to put our clothes in the chests of drawers and our clothes, ski underwear and stuff on the wooden hooks. The hangers provided were the thick plastic ones and not enough of them could fit on the hooks. Audre put a rubber band around her hangers to hold them on the hook but it was precarious. Speaking of precarious, there was a shelf with do-dads over the computer table. When Audre was re-arranging, an antler fell off and put a dent in Dimitri’s computer cover. Fortunately, the computer was closed and the dent didn’t affect its operations. (She felt really awful.)

On our first morning, we sent an emergency “accident waiting to happen” e-mail to Acra about the front porch. Chris, her husband, called and Audre talked to him. Audre asked that they install non-skid mats if they could not put de-icer on the wooden porch. Acra sent an e-mail that we could leave and receive a full refund or go to one of the two other properties she suggested. We were skiing and did not respond. Chris arrived at the cabin at about the same time we were returning from skiing and he could see Dimitri using the snow shovel to try to clear the porch. Chris came with an ice-breaker shovel and started breaking up the ice on the front porch. He was nice and explained all of the challenges they have keeping up the place in the winter. He also cleared off the top ¼ of the big mound of snow in front of the porch so that we could see the view of the Gallatin Mountains from the cabin and Jacuzzi, as promised in the website. Whenever there was snow, the homeowners association guy came to clear off the front porches and shovel the walks. He mounded the snow in front of the Jacuzzi eliminating the view that Chris created. After using the Jacuzzi, we each used one of the showers. The hot water ran out with 2 showers going at the same time. Are you kidding? In addition, the combination of the non-adjustable water pressure and type of shower heads installed resulted in showers that actually hurt.

On the positive side of the equation, the cabin was truly easily ski-in/ski-out. Our third morning was sunny and we were facing full east. The views from the inside of the house, from the porch, the Jacuzzi and the back of the house were awesome. Whether it was worth $1045 a day was a question Audre kept asking herself. Also on the positive side of the equation was the Jacuzzi. It was indeed at 104° F. Dimitri absolutely loved it—except that getting in was dangerous. There was a huge step into it and the surface we were stepping into was wavey. The step up into the Jacuzzi might have been placed on the side of the Jacuzzi that had a flat sitting area where you could step. But it still would have been a large step into the tub. Audre used the Jacuzzi but limited the time she spent in it. After 3 days of soaking in it, the red spots on her skin had not erupted. The Jacuzzi cover was a problem, however. We had 60-mile-an-hour winds one day and the cover was flying off because the fasteners were broken. Dimitri took a wire we found in the cabin and secured it. In response to a message asking for help, Chris came by and put chairs on top of it to hold the cover down. A third positive was that the heating system worked in the cabin and kept the set point, temperature. We moved one of the TVs from the bedroom and put it on the bench in the living room so we could comfortably watch TV. The sofa in the living room was good. A fourth positive was that the appliances were new enough and functioned well. Without any neighbors next door, the cabin was very quiet. The Internet was good and Alexa joined us for our stay providing Pandora music. So, with all of our clothes put away and the kitchen organized we declared that we “fit” into 780 square feet and we were making do; no we were actually comfortable enough.

We were, however, told to bring our trash and recyclables to the Moonlight Basin trash/recycling area. There was a map in the cabin but it was nowhere near detailed enough. With help from a local woman, we found the recycling containers. They had labels for glass, cartons, plastic and so on. But there was no label anywhere for ordinary trash. Later, we learned that there was a container, with a door, for regular trash. We had seen something like that but it didn't look like a trash receptacle to us. For $1045 a day, one would think that the owners could provide for trash collection (if not detailed instructions).
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Date of stay: March 2023
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: KNOW BEFORE YOU BOOK A $1045 a day cabin!
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Banks3 wrote a review Feb 2018
Saint Louis, Missouri60 contributions45 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in cabin #25 (6 Stirrup Drive) for a week in late January. The cabin, cozy (small, warm), and right on a connector track (the groomers go right up to the deck). If you are comfortable on intermediate runs, it's perfect. If you are rusty or find blues too challenging, both Madison Base or Mountain Village are a short drive away (renting a 4WD/AWD is a good idea). Like the other Cowboy Heaven cabins, #25 is beginning to show its age, although mostly in cosmetic ways. Our biggest functional complaints were that the pillows were in severe need of replacement and our cabin did not have a washer/dryer as some others do. The hot tub on the porch was perfect. We cooked most of our meals and the kitchen was very functional.

Overall, we were very pleased with our stay; however, we might look for a unit with a washer/dryer next time. And maybe bring our own pillows.
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Date of stay: January 2018
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Mads B wrote a review Jan 2018
133 contributions43 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
I don't understand the negative reviews of this place. Our cabin was updated. The kitchen had Viking and Kitchen Aid appliances. The bathrooms were in nice shape. It felt "cabin-y" with the large wood beams.

The hot tub was very clean and the views were incredible! Our cabin was truly ski in and out. Our hot tub faced the mountain, so we had great views (of the mountain and of skiers falling).

We were there in mid January, so experienced a ton of snow. Our driveway and resort roads were plowed pretty often. We had lots of room to play in the snow.

The only complains are the toilets ran constantly. We just turned off the water at night to stop the irritating sound. I thought the checkout instructions were confusing. They ask that you reserve a few clean towels in the checkout instructions which we didn't see until we were checking out. By that time, all the towels were used. Odd request.

The door locks are electronic, so you never have to worry about a key. The kitchen was well equipped with almost everything you'd need to cook. And, the wifi was fast and reliable.

The resort is at the top of the mountain, so it's about 10 miles to town, which wasn't an issue for us at all.

I loved that we were around other cabins, but since we faced the mountain, we weren't looking at anyone else. It was as if we were secluded.

Bring your own music or iPad for the hot tub. There's nothing on the porch. This probably isn't a big deal when it's warm, but when it's cold, you need to plan ahead what to bring for outside entertainment.

We went to Roxy's Market to get groceries for the week, and cooked in the cabin a few times. We learned after we left Bozeman that prices there are much better. You definitely overpay at Roxy's. I recommend getting groceries before you leave Bozeman.

Can't wait to come to explore at other times of year! Highly recommend these cabins.

We were in cabin 82 (or 83).
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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crewger1 wrote a review Jan 2017
Temecula, California3 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our cabin was the perfect size for our family of 5. The accomodations were warm and cozy and the views amazing. Whenever we got hungry or tired, we could ski right to our door. Cowboy Heaven staff greeted us when we arrived and made special accomodations for our travel situation. I highly recommend this property and would stay again. Thanks Kirsten and staff!
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Date of stay: December 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Answer from travelermontana
Billings, Montana89 contributions56 helpful votes
Renting a car is a good idea. Public buses etc are very limited in the area and if you want to go out for dinner and to see the entire resort area, you will want a car. The cabins are ski in and ski out so no need for car to get to the hill but the cabins are also removed from the retail and restaurant areas.
aledm wrote a tip Mar 2023
Vail, Colorado519 contributions298 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"KNOW BEFORE YOU BOOK A $1045 a day cabin!"
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LisaBayley wrote a tip Jan 2023
6 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"No washer dryer in this unit"
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romaine_lettuce wrote a tip May 2022
Washington DC, District of Columbia49 contributions22 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Look around... do your research...check and double check the cancellation policy"
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Terri A wrote a tip Sept 2018
Atlanta, Georgia, United States19 contributions12 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"I think all of the cabins have great views but I would ask when booking."
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travelermontana wrote a tip Jul 2017
Billings, Montana89 contributions56 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a newer unit or one higher up the hill with a view. All have ski in and ski out access."
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PRICE RANGE
$1,010 - $1,399 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
35
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cowboy Heaven Cabins
Which popular attractions are close to Cowboy Heaven Cabins?
Nearby attractions include Lone Peak (2.4 km), Big Sky Resort (2.4 km), and Beehive Basin Trail (2.8 km).
Is parking available at Cowboy Heaven Cabins?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Cabin Bar & Grill, Montana Dinner Yurt, and Yeti Dogs.
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