About Blackwater Creek Ranch near Cody, Wyoming

In 1899 a ranger cabin was constructed called the "Blackwater Ranger Cabin." The U.S. Forest Service constructed a wagon bridge at Blackwater during the summer of 1900. Sadly, both were destroyed by fire in 1905. Ten years later, in the summer of 1915, Bob Rumsey and George T. Beck were issued a permit at Blackwater for a tourist resort. "Blackwater Camp" was how it was first known. Bob Rumsey, a Yale Univeristy graduate, later ran for and was elected to the State Senate in 1935. It's also an interesting fact that Bob's father, Bronson Rumsey, was associated with "Buffalo Bill" Cody in the founding of the historical town of Cody, Wyoming.
Log Cabin by the River - Family Vacations Cody Wyoming in Cody, WY
Since it's founding in 1915, Blackwater Creek Ranch has been a premier vacation spot for guests all over the world. We're nestled back deep in the mountains of the spectacular Shoshone National Forest, right between Blackwater Creek and the Shoshone River. This offers a beautiful, peaceful, private setting. Our capacity is perfectly suited to ensure our guests feel relaxed and right at home, not overwhelmed. Our cozy log cabins, tucked amid the trees, are true western showcases themselves. Each one has their own private bath and adorned with western decor. Come make a reservation by phone at 888-243-1516. We'd love to see you join us.
Read about Blackwater Creek Ranch in the San Diego Reader here.