Pledge to Sustainability and Giving Back
At the historic Log Cabin Motel in Pinedale, Wyoming, we are committed to operating a sustainable and green lodging property to protect our guests as well as our priceless natural surroundings. We embrace the spirit of community by giving back to local causes that benefit our guests and residents alike.
We use plant-based cleaning products and sanitizing steam-cleaning methods to keep our property healthy and free of toxins. We care for our landscape by hand weeding, avoiding the use of herbicides and pesticides. We select organic pillows, bedding and linens that are sustainably sourced, such as blankets made with wool and organic cotton.
Energy Efficiency & Sustainability
We seek out gently used vintage and repurposed furniture (other than bedding), whenever possible. In all cabins, we have upgraded windows and insulation, installed water-wise shower heads and LED light bulbs to conserve energy. We recycle plastic, tin and aluminum cans and newspaper
Pristine Mountain Water
Our drinking water comes from pristine Fremont Lake. It's naturally clean and treated mostly by infra-red light, so you can feel confident reducing plastic waste by filling re-usable bottles and making coffee or tea with our delicious and clean mountain water!
Supporting the Pinedale Community
Every summer since 2015, we have supported a local nonprofit. For the 2022 season, we are doubling our efforts by supporting two Non-Profits with $1 from each night's stay at the Log Cabin Motel and its sister property, the Gannett Peak Lodge.
Tip Top Search & Rescue is a volunteer, nonprofit organization based in Sublette County, WY, created to promote public safety and welfare. Esteemed throughout the region and highly trained, they perform all search and rescue operations in our large county, from mountain SOS rescues to horseback riding, hunting and snowmobiling incidents.
Friends of the Bridger-Teton is a nonprofit partner for the Bridger-Teton National Forest. It promotes stewardship to ensure that our 3.4 million acres are maintained and protected while providing education and outreach to visitors and area residents.
- The Museum of the Mountain Man (2019)
- Mainstreet Pinedale (2018)
- M.E.S.A. therapeutic riding (2017)
- The Sacred Space Prison Project (2016)
- The Green River Valley Land Trust (2015)