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3 night minimum stay
  • 8 BR,
  • 7 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 39
    • Studio,
    • 7 BA,
    • Sleeps 22
      2 Reviews
      $179 - $189
      per night
      1 - 2 night minimum stay
      • Studio,
      • 3 BA,
      • Sleeps 26
        3 night minimum stay
        • 14 BR,
        • 11 BA,
        • Sleeps 40
          1 Review

          Recent Cody Reviews


          5 of 5
          Our family had a fantastic time! Clarksfork guest lodge was 28 minutes north of Cody and 10 minutes from the Chief Joesph Hwy, which was a breathtaking ride up to 12k feet, with hundreds of lakes and snow pockets even in September! Kayaking was available on the large stocked trout lake/pond also on the Clarksfork River which goes right by the lodge. Wildlife meandered past the front of lodge early mornings. The beds were wonderful, with tastefully decorated rooms. The downstairs had a bar, pool table, washer /dryer. Beautiful views of the Beartooth Mts and Clarksfork river from a large lobby. Big screen tv, internet and fax machine at our disposal. A well stocked kitchen, (all we did is bring the food). We feel we can recommend this as fun and relaxing place to get away from it all!
          • Submitted: May 27, 2014
          • Stayed: Oct 2013


          5 of 5
          We gathered our scattered family to celebrate our 60th Anniversary...(our little wedding reception was held at Irma Flat Club House just up the road) Our stay at Bull Moose Retreat was so comfortable. The facility was perfect for a happy time with our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The owners answered our every question and request. The garage worked for an ice cream social for friends and extended family. We could look west from the Retreat to review family history from the McMillin, Schultz and Christler ancestors. McMillins lived on Poverty Flats, just up the way in 1916. There is a photo of Folsom on the steps of Irma Flat School at age 7 or 8. Pete was guiding and doing rope trips at Valley Ranch in 1926 or 27. Christlers bought Castle Rock Ranch in 1932 and soon filed on a homestead right behind the rock. Be the time we were in high school Betty lived on the place where the Dale Millers later resided and Joe lived in a house on the right side of the Southfork road, not half a mile from Bull Moose that had been the Nordquist place. We love the Southfork...can you tell.
          • Submitted: Aug 18, 2012
          • Stayed: Aug 2012