Log Cabin Builders in Wyoming

Looking for a modular log cabin in Wyoming? Zook Cabins has you covered with our team of skilled log cabin builders committed to designing, crafting, and delivering rustic cabins suitable for the mountains and desert plains of Wyoming. Contrary to the expectation of a hefty price tag for luxury, Zook Cabins offers affordable log cabins that are entirely customizable, catering to any specific request. Our log cabins are carefully crafted to mirror the majestic beauty of Wyoming.

Our Wyoming Log Cabin Styles 

We offer a range of log cabin styles, from the large luxurious Glacier log homes to the more rustic, quaint Timberline model. Not seeing a log cabin you like? Check out our Modern Cabin Homes or our contemporary Park Models.

Our completed builds

Do I need a permit for a Log Cabin in Wyoming?

Maybe. Many areas of Wyoming are unincorporated or have no building codes at all, meaning that you can live off the grid without obtaining any permits for your log cabin. Wyoming as a state has a building code, but the counties can choose to opt out, allowing people to live completely off grid. A few of these code-less areas are Johnson County, Fremont County, Crook County, Park County, Niobrara County, Hot Springs County, and Weston County. 

Log Cabins in Wyoming: FAQs

Yes, our log cabin homes are fully insulated. Endure the cold mountain winds of Wyoming winters and the hot, arid summers without fear of drafting.

Absolutely. All you have to do is prepare to move into your new log cabin in Wyoming. We will transport and assemble your cabin completely. We’ll have your prefab log cabin ready in no time. 

Certainly! Thanks to Zook Cabins’ services, you can eliminate the hassle of completing your log cabin interior. Our cabins come fully equipped with a microwave, shower, fridge, faucet, and more! By the time our work is complete, your cabin will be entirely ready for use.

Yes. Wyoming could be a good place to create a log cabin vacation house/rental and rent it out as a source of income. The cost of living is 8% lower and the unincorporated and codeless areas of Wyoming make it easier and more affordable to own property and build. With the many national parks and attractions, Wyoming is also a frequent tourist destination, so perhaps an Airbnb cabin would be successful.

Ideal Locations for Your Log Cabin in Wyoming

Wyoming is composed of vastly differing landscape regions. One can experience the gorgeous mountains and rolling hills of northwestern Wyoming in stark contrast to the barren, flat plains of the state’s southern portion. Bottomline, depending on what you enjoy, not all of Wyoming is created equal regarding homesteading. So here are some helpful descriptions and recommendations for places where you could put your Log Cabin.

  • Jackson Hole – This area pops up as one of the most gorgeous, highly recommended areas to build a log cabin. Situated on the westernmost mountainous area of the state, Jackson, WY is not lacking in scenic beauty. While it is more pricey in real estate, the optimal skiing, hiking, and other outdoor activities may make it worth it.
  • Buffalo – This quaint area is rich in history and the inviting cowboy, old-time atmosphere. Located in the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains, one is able to experience a combination of mountains and plains. Since areas of Johnson County have no building codes, you may even be able to homestead in your log cabin entirely off the grid. 
  • Basin – Positioned beside the Bighorn River, step outside your log cabin and enjoy the abundant wildlife and fishing opportunities. Take day trips to the nearby Yellowstone National Park. This area is also considered a more affordable place to buy and build cabins.
  • Worland – Containing hot springs, the Wyoming Badlands, wild horses, and other wildlife, step into your dream western experience. You can thrive in the exciting rural lifestyle while experiencing the many dining, shopping, and entertainment options in the towns nearby. 
  • Landar – If you are into hiking, move to Landar. It’s so famous for its hiking opportunities that it is said to be “where rails end and the trails begin.” Located in Fremont County, you may not even need a building permit for your log cabin, but check with your local municipality.

Ready for the Cabin Life?

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”

― Henry David Thoreau