The ranch houses 14 guest cabins, from the original Homestead cabin built in 1912 to the newest double Aspen cabin. Sleeping accommodations range from one to four bedrooms and are available on the creek or overlooking the ranch. Our cabins boast comfortable beds, modern baths, porches and some with wood burning stoves. We do have several pet-friendly cabins. Because the cabins were built individually over the years, each has a unique personality with a western decor of its own. Some of our visitors create a special bond to a certain cabin, such as famous author Charles Kuralt's connection to the Grayling Double cabin. Our honeymoon couples enjoy the Gibbon cabin with its more private location down along Grayling Creek. If you stay in the Mammoth, ask about its colorful history! Regardless of the cabin you choose, you'll find a comfortable atmosphere where you can both rejuvenate your spirit and relax your mind. Click on the camera icons below to open individual cabin pictures in a new browser window.