Hidden away in Wyoming's Rocky Mountains, not far from Yellowstone…
Starting at $500 per person per night
25774, Buffalo Valley Road, Teton County, Wyoming, 83013, United States
Accommodations & Breakfast
Starting at $450 per person per night
Step out of the everyday and into the extraordinary wild beauty of Wyoming. Western adventure meets modern luxury in a twist on the classic dude ranch experience at Turpin Meadow Ranch. Immerse yourself in the true nature of the wild with front-door access to 2.5 million acres of Teton wilderness without compromising on comfort. Nestled on the banks of the Buffalo Fork River between Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, this secluded location is the perfect escape for those who seek adventure and relaxation.
Unique Features: The Pack-Trips up into the mountains via horseback are not to be missed. Enjoy 20 km of groomed Nordic track for skiing, explore the wilderness on horseback or check out the Continental Divide Trail on a snowmobiling jaunt, hike or fat bike excursion.
Accommodations: The cabins and chalets at Turpin Meadow Ranch boast full frontal views of Grand Teton National Park and embody the true nature of the wilderness without compromising your comfort. These sophisticated accommodations have been revitalized with upgraded amenities, feature gas-lit fireplaces, custom handmade furniture and Pendleton blankets. On the banks of the Buffalo Fork River and recently remodeled, the cabins are the perfect setting to unwind after a day filled with adventure.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the Chalets. Stunning rustic design meets modern features and sumptuous Western decor in the two new beautifully crafted chalets. Each is designed to offer several breakout configurations to meet the needs of individual guests, couples, small families and large groups with one, two or entire Chalets options available.
Dining: The lodge dining room offers breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. The only meal included in lodging rate is a hot buffet breakfast. They do have a restaurant open for lunch and dinner, and a full bar. Dinner reservations are required. The historic dining room is a feast for the senses with wood beam architecture, roaring fireplace, classic ranch decor and exquisite views of the Teton Range and surrounding wilderness. Grab a refreshing drink from the modern, cozy bar featuring beer, wine and spirits from the area. Menus rotate nightly.
Activities: Beautiful horses will take you through the Buffalo Fork River, alpine meadows, and up to the mountain tops. Enjoy a two-hour or half-day ride with the majestic Tetons range as the backdrop. Expert staff and guides are ready to make your experience exceptional and help you get the most out of many Summer and Winter Season adventures that will inspire and indulge, including horseback riding, fly fishing, personalized Grand Teton and Yellowstone tours, Nordic skiing, snowmobiling and fat biking.
Spa & Fitness: There is no spa but there is a fitness room.
Location: Turpin Meadow Ranch is located in the Rocky Mountains, the Ranch rises more than 6,900 feet above sea level and offers unmatched scenic views of the Grand Tetons. The Ranch is conveniently located just 40 miles from Yellowstone and 14 miles from Grand Teton National Parks, respectively.
Closest Airport: Jackson Hole, Wyoming is 35 miles away.
Children’s Programs: No. Although they welcome your children, they do not have any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: Yes. There is a one time pet fee per dog; other charges and cleaning fees may apply if necessary. Two dogs per reservation. Only certain cabins are dog-friendly, so please let the front desk know if you plan on bringing you four legged friend! All dogs must be leashed while on property. Dogs are allowed on the patio for meals, as long as they are leashed.
Weddings: Yes. With 2.5 million acres of Teton wilderness as your backdrop, Turpin Meadow Ranch is an unforgettable destination for weddings near Jackson Hole. The friendly and creative staff can assist in all matters of planning, from helping to organize tented weddings to planning activities at this Wyoming ranch event venue.
Meetings: Yes. The ranch provides a beautiful space where guests can reconnect with nature and with each other. Bond indoors and outdoors with various team-building activities that take advantage of the wealth of adventures that surround the Ranch. Turpin Meadow Ranch is an inspired destination for workshops and conferences.
Extra Info: Turpin Meadow Ranch provides easy access to one of the premier native cutthroat trout streams in Wyoming on the Buffalo Fork River, which meanders directly through the Ranch. They’re located within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, home to the largest concentration of Blue Ribbon-certified trout water.