Tucked away at the western entrance to the Snowy Range, the Ten Mile Inn is the gateway to some of the best outdoor adventures in southern Wyoming. Escape the crowds and experience the rugged Medicine Bow National Forest, where hiking, fishing, mountain biking, rock climbing, hunting, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling await.
Stay longer, play more and take advantage of the savings. Guests that stay at Ten Mile Inn have a great time at an affordable price. Enjoy discounts on 4-6 night stays and 7+ night stays in our clean, comfortable cabins and five-unit lodging complex. Spend more time with friends and family and less on your stay.
The Ten Mile Inn is perfect for family reunions, weddings and snowmobiling groups with five spacious cabins, a five-plex with cabin rooms and a cabin suite, and a 5-space RV Park. The main lodge features a dining entertainment, plenty of parking and a 91% octane fueling station. Plus we offer a 40' x 40' tent and chairs to accommodate up to 100 wedding guests.
Guests have full use of the 3,000 sq. ft. main lodge that houses a dining area, a spacious kitchen (complete with everything you need to prepare meals), a saloon, a large deck with a barbecue grill, and a cozy beer garden and barbecue area. Complimentary coffee, tea, or hot chocolate awaits you in the morning at the main lodge to get your day started.
BEAUTIFUL, ASPEN SHELTERED SPACES
The RV Park at Ten Mile Inn offers five, well-kept spaces that border a beautiful grove of aspen trees. Full-hookup sites can be reserved for $40 per night (tax included). Our spacious sites can accommodate even the largest of RVs.
DINING AREA & KITCHEN
A spacious dining area (that seats up to 15) and a kitchen with refrigerator, small appliances, dishwasher, pots, pans, dishes and utensils are available for guest use. We also offer Tombstone pizza and a variety of heat and serve sandwiches.
Challenge friends and family to a game of pool, shuffleboard, or foosball in our historic saloon, where music legends Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Louis Armstrong and Hank Williams, Sr. once played.
The outdoor deck is a great gathering place for friends and family and large groups with enough seating for 35 guests, shaded picnic tables and a large barbecue grill.
From Saratoga, follow Highway 130 south to the Highway 130/230 Junction (9 miles). Turn left (east) onto Highway 130/Snowy Range Road. Follow for 10 miles. The Ten Mile Inn will be on the left (north) side of the Highway, just west the Medicine Bow National Forest.
From Laramie, follow Highway 130 west for 55 miles. The Ten Mile Inn will be on the right (north) side of the Highway, just outside the Medicine Bow National Forest. This road is closed seasonally, so please check conditions when planning your trip.
You can also take Highway 230 southwest from Laramie, crossing into Colorado Briefly (WY 230 becomes CO 127) and turn north on Colorado 125, which becomes Highway 230 again. Follow Highway 230 northwest through Riverside to the Highway 130/230 Junction (36 miles). Turn right (east) onto Highway 130/Snowy Range Road. Follow for 10 miles. The Ten Mile Inn will be on the left (north) side of the Highway, just west the Medicine Bow National Forest.
Road conditions and closures can be found at Wyoroad.info
My sister had a wedding in the mountains and our whole family stayed here. It was perfect for our family. They have rooms with different numbers of beds so it works good in a family setting. Ken and Kimberly are so helpful and we love staying with them when our family comes to the area. Highly recommend!
- Tim Gruntmeir -
Went back for our 2nd time with some friends and loved it again. Ken and Kimberly are such great hosts. Love that we can 4-wheel straight out from the cabin and come back to really nice rooms, relax and then go play a game of pool in the saloon. Planning on going back in a few weeks to see the fall colors :)
- Brian and Nancy Baker -
Excellent!!!! We had our wedding at the Ten Mile this summer and it was wonderful!!!! We had almost 100 guest and absolutely everyone made a point to tell us it was the best wedding they had ever been to! The location is spectacular. The host, Ken and Kimberly, were amazing wonderful host, gracious and accommodating. Kimberly even had baskets and pots of beautiful flowers we used to decorate the stage and path for our wedding!!!! The cabins and lodge rooms are clean, spacious and very comfortable. The RV spaces are full hookups with nice distance in between. We loved this place and want to thank Ken and Kimberly for helping to make our dream wedding come true!!!! We definitely will be spending many anniversaries as well as other fun trips staying at the beautiful Ten Mile Inn!!!!
My wife and I wanted to express our sincere appreciation for your warm hospitality and just all around "BEING NICE" to our family. As you may recall, we were a rather large group of 38, who enjoyed being with you and in the State of Wyoming.
We have tried several times to submit a positive review of our time with you at Ten Mile Inn. However, we are unable to do so. Many of our family members have tried and were also unable to share that with you both.
Thank you for having the HERVEY FAMILY at your HOME and for opening your HOME to us. God Bless.
- Colonel Steven and Sharon Lasley -
Nicest couple running a great snowmobile destination!!
- Craig Rix -
Stayed at Ten Mile in August of 2015. It's location is absolutely perfect, whether you want to go hiking in the Snowies or soak up the hot springs in Saratoga. Our cabin was clean and spacious and our host Ken was super personable and accommodating. 11/10, will definitely be returning!
- Kelley Gould -
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TEN MILE INN
Beautiful Wyoming getaway located at the western entrance of the Snowy Range. Stay in spacious cabins and have full use of the main lodge which includes a dining area, kitchen, saloon, dry sauna, large outdoor deck and plenty of parking. RV Park and fueling station on site as well. Perfect for weddings, family reunions, vacation getaways and snowmobiling groups.