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Our Facilities

Comfy, cozy and just enough rustic – a stay at our cabins is exactly what you need.

There is no electricity at Louis Lake!  That’s right, no televisions, no telephones, or laptops. Bring your own flashlights, and we provide propane and/or solar lanterns, bedding, towels and kitchen utensils.  Even cell phones don’t work well at Louis Lake. The closest grocery store is an hour drive in the town of Lander, which is 9 miles down a dirt road and another 30 miles on highway.

  • 5 rustic log cabins with a common bathhouse.
  • 2 family size log cabins with private bathrooms & kitchens.
  • A secluded cabin with queen bed, bathroom and studio kitchen
  • Lodge with 4 bedrooms with private baths
  • A large multi-purpose event room with commercial kitchen
  • Several tent & RV sites for over flow use by cabin guests. (No RV hook-ups)
  • Canoes, kayaks and fishing boats for rent. 
  • A corral for your own horses. (*Certified weed-free hay is required)
  • Horseshoe pit,
  • 4 fire pits with benches, a swing for the kids, and a few lawn chairs.
  • All firewood is free for registered guests.
  • Check in is 3 pm and check out is 11 am

The Lodge

The main Lodge building is complete.  There is a main floor multipurpose room, kitchen with propane fridge and stove, dining room and the H. B. Durrant memorial reading library loft. 

Cabins 1, 2 & 3

They were hand-built around 1940. These one-room rustic cabins have 2 double beds, an antique wood-burning cookstove, and a dry sink. The common bath house is nearby with hot showers and flush toilets. We provide all linens, basic kitchen utensils, and firewood.

Cabins 4 & 5

These were also built around 1940 and are connected with a common wall. They are one room cabins with two double beds, an antique wood-burning cook stove and a dry sink. These two cabins are slightly larger than units 1, 2, & 3 so there is more room for a cot, extra chairs or tables. Cabin #5 is located closest to the common bathhouse.

Cabin 6

Completed in 1998 with native logs cut from the site.  It comfortably sleeps six people, with room for two more on a futon in the main room. There is one bedroom with a queen bed, a sleeping loft with a double bed and two single beds, and a main room with a double futon.

Cabin 7

Cabin #7 is identical to Cabin #6, it was completed in 2001 also with logs cut from the site. It is located about 50 feet from Cabin #6.

Cabin 8

Cabin 8 has one queen bed, a bathroom with a claw foot tub, and a small kitchen. This cabin is secluded, located way in the back, near the creek, and close to a fire pit.  The rare mountain flower, the white columbine, grows all around it. The cabin is decorated with white furnishings with completely hand-hewn chinked logs.  Enjoy the view of a small stream and pristine forest from the porch.