I recently went to this place with 3 of my friends.
The owners on site are Boone and Shirley. They are a couple who will treat you with Southern Hospitality, a laid back California style, and the knowledge/sense of adventure/fun for the area like veteran midwest ranchers.
They gave us tons of hook ups including river rafting, fishing, yellowstone, shopping, farmers markets, tours and just about anything we asked for.
They treated us like their own family and went out of their way to make sure that we were having a great time and that we could have a trip to remember.
I don't think I could summarize everything they have done for us and the impact that they had on our trip in the limited space here. I will just say that they are some of the best people I have had the pleasure of meeting in my life. BOOK THIS PLACE.
Anyways, the only other advice I have for travelers looking to come to this area is to make sure that you understand the time of year. We went in mid June which is more considered spring than summer in Wyoming. This meant that bears were out with their cubs so camping was dangerous. (Boone/Shirley may have saved our lives with this advice lol)
This also meant that fishing in the rivers was washed out. (however we still fished and caught plenty, just not in rivers)
All together, the pictures give a great description of what this place is like. A cozy, neat place with tons of wildlife with a river in the backyard that you can fall asleep to. The commute to the center of Cody is a short, but beautiful 14 miles. My friends and I felt as if we were driving on a different road each time because of all the beautiful scenery. Never felt like more than a 5 minute drive.
I have been all over Europe, Mexico, Thailand, and a few other places and I have to say that this vacation was probably the best I have been on.
God bless Boone and Shirley for helping to make our week there something I will never forget.