Perched on the banks of Jakey’s Fork just before it joins the Wind River, let this rustic cabin be your retreat while you explore the upper Wind River Valley– the Wind River Indian Reservation, Yellowstone and the Tetons are only an hour away. With a trailhead into the Wind River mountain range only a few miles away, weekly square dancing and rodeos in town during the summer, and access to excellent fishing streams, a stay at Jakey’s Fork is Wyoming living at its best! Surrounded by national forest and wilderness areas, the valley is known for its majestic beauty and sunny climate.

Jakey’s Fork offers B&B and rustic cabin rentals at our homestead on the creek. We’ve had travelers from all over the world come through our doors, and we loved meeting each and every one of them. Whether you’re looking for a quiet place rest on your trip through Wyoming, or you’d like to call Jakey’s Fork your home for a few days, your stay here will surely be a highlight.

Dubois, Wyoming, just 3 miles up the road, is a charming western town of about 1,500 people. A grocery store, a number of restaurants and bars, as well as shops and guide services are close by … Or you may decide to remain on the acreage enjoying the pleasant creek-bottom ambiance, fishing in the pristine waters of the Jakey’s Fork.

Carolyn canoe

 

Your Hostess: Carolyn Gillette has owned and operated Jakey’s Fork B&B for 14 years. A long-time valley resident, Carolyn can help you plan your visit, from hiking and fishing close by to excursions into the Greater Yellowstone area, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.