Lazy Triple Creek Ranch lies north of Teton Valley in one of Idahos most dramatic landscapes. Bordered on two sides by the Big Hole Mountain Range of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the 2,200-acre property is a well-protected retreat and a sportsmans paradise. It was developed with the shooting sports in mind, however, the diverse range of available activities will not only excite sportsmen but their families as well.
The ranch was originally a homesteaded cattle ranch and maintains the feel of the old west, but with all of the finest ranch amenities, including world-class clay courses, rifle, pistol ranges and a 9,000 sqft lodge. Cutthroat and brook trout live in the propertys creeks, including Canyon Creek the most important spawning creek in the lower Teton River. The ranch and adjacent National Forest provide excellent habitat for big game animals including deer, elk and moose. On the plateaus there are over 400-acres of barley harvested each year in addition to dedicated food plots providing feed for upland birds. In the heart of the property lies three acres of pastureland with a creek, making the spot ideal for horses.
Set high on one of the propertys four plateaus is the main lodge. Built as a family retreat, it takes in the vast vistas of forested canyons, rolling meadows and big skies. The lodges main room with its log beams and stone fireplaces has a decidedly inviting, western feel. The main room provides the perfect gathering place to share stories after a shoot or to relax and have a cocktail before dinner. There are 9 comfortable guest bedrooms. The professional kitchen, exquisitely laid out with new appliances and spacious granite countertops, has been used by celebrity chefs to prepare meals. The spacious decks with expansive views of mountains, canyons and fields provide a perfect place for meals and outdoor events.