The pictures on the website is very deceiving. It’s not pretty and grassy. The restrooms and showers are scary. We had a reservation but after arriving we left. We’d planned on having a campfire but after we saw that the pit was next to the front tire we knew that wasn’t happening.
Are you kidding me?! This place is the best. We stayed in a covered wagon on a plateau over looking the Grand Tetons! See pics below of our view from our wagon. I took my 16 year old daughter here and we absolutely loved our two night stay here. And it’s only 32 miles from the Yellowstone south entrance. We flew into Jackson Hole and so glad we stayed here. The beds are very comfortable and we had electricity with great WiFi. You’re literally out in the middle of nowhere on a remote ranch. The restaurant was good too. Bathrooms had 3 showers in the men’s room with body wash and soap provided. I would recommend this place to anyone wanting a unique once in a life time getaway in the beautiful Wyoming country.
I had booked a " yurt" , on a deck, as they stated on the website. Most of us know what a yurt would entail, this place does not. Absolutely horrible. There was no deck or foundation to this yurt, it was just a lousy tipi/tent with no bottom to it! Literally on the ground, on the soil, with a thin layer of small river rock! Dirty, ants, grasses growg in the tipi, mattress' were soiled , stained, no power at all, no mini heater, no anything ! Don't let the photos fool you on TripAdvisor, this place is dry dusty and basically deserted. If able , i will post photos.. I had booked two nights through Expedia, but did not stay a single night, it is that bad! Sadly to say Expedia didn't do anything either to help me get a refund .. rude staff, unhelpful, DO NOT STAY HERE
I read several reviews on the ranch prior to booking, so I was prepared to be uncomfortable. This was the only stay option for a last minute trip to Yellowstone. I will say I was pleasantly surprised! The views were absolutely beautiful. The staff were very kind and welcoming and the food was good. We stayed in the covered wagon, which has electricity and a space heater. I did bring my own bedding, including a heating blanket and had the best sleep! Sleeping in a wagon is kind of like an off the ground tent so don’t expect it to be 5start hotel clean, but it is a very cool experience. You can hear all of the ranch sounds, including horses trotting, dogs howling, and bug choirs. The bathroom situation is not great but it is accessible for what you would expect for campground situation. I recommend shower shoes. They are not super nice or clean but beats wiping off with baby wipes like you would camping in woods. Can not stress enough this is glamping not a resort. They also offer horseback rides, river rafting and apparently dog sledding in winter (there was an adorable group of sled dogs on the property). The ranch is approximately 45min to entrance of Yellowstone. Also the wagon was big enough for king sized bed and two small bunk beds, so you could potentially have a family stay together in a wagon. Amazing experience overall and would definitely stay here again.…
It is a true working ranch with horses and wagons. The wagon was comfortable for sleeping but cold and not a place to hang out when it was 20 degrees in the morning. I spent my evenings sitting by the fire in the lodge chatting with folks who were traveling from all over the world. This corner of the Teton region is rustic and real. I loved it. As others have stated - the bathrooms could use a make over.