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A ranch untrammeled by the world around, yet in the center of the iconic American West

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Indulge in the ultimate legacy opportunity at Grand View River Ranch, an extraordinary jewel nestled in the prestigious enclave of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. 


This unrivaled property spans an expansive 118 acres, seamlessly connected to over 16 million acres of immaculate federally preserved land. This working ranch encompasses 26 buildings including lodges, cabins, barns, and more, nestled around private access to the Gros Ventre River.

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A storied dude ranch, it brings unmatched potential for your family retreat, main homestead, or conservation vision.

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118 deeded acres near Bridger Teton National Forest, millions of acres contained in Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Shoshone National Forest, Grand Targhee National Forest and more.

Stunning views of the Tetons, Gros Ventre Slide and surrounding mountain vistas.

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Gros Ventre River runs through the property with approximately 2,500 feet of river frontage that can be accessed from both sides of the river. Private floating from Slide Lake through the ranch.

Turpin Creek runs through the property year-round with water rights dating back to 1911.

Private floating from Slide Lake through the ranch

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Conservation opportunities with potential Tax Credits

“Karl’s Fork Bridge” crossing Gros Ventre River to allow guests access to Bridger Teton National Forest and National Elk Refuge.


Several fenced pastures encompassing approximately 30 acres and a Riding arena (180 x 120 feet).


Endless horseback and hiking trails to the millions of acres of Federal Lands.

Wonderful privacy with extraordinary convenience. Year-round access and abundance of seasonal recreation opportunities

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Across its 24 buildings, this exceptional property exhibits a harmonious blend of longevity, historical significance, and contemporary elegance.

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Barns and Cabins Detail

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Main Lodge

This meticulously designed Lodge is tailored to accommodate large groups, providing an exquisite setting for dining, relaxation, and immersion in the natural beauty that surrounds it.

The property features numerous spacious living areas, both indoors and outdoors, allowing ample room for leisure and entertainment. Its well-appointed dining area, commercial kitchen, office space, and game room on the lower level offer a diverse range of experiences for family gatherings, from lively recreation to peaceful retreats amidst the splendid surroundings.


Embracing the essence of the historical structures on the property, these meticulously designed and constructed buildings are the result of skilled craftsmanship, ensuring long-term stability and minimal maintenance, while seamlessly blending with the overall character and charm of the estate.

Historic Cabins

The current owners of the ranch have displayed remarkable commitment to preserving the area’s historical legacy and its treasured buildings. Their proactive approach has involved acquiring and relocating several significant historic structures to the ranch, ensuring their preservation for future generations to appreciate.

Among these cherished buildings is the “Homestead Cabin,” originally known as the J.O. Lodge from the esteemed Bar BC Ranch, constructed in the early 1920s. The Kelly Cabin, one of only three structures that withstood the devastating Kelly Flood of 1927, also finds its place here. Additionally, four cabins were painstakingly moved and restored from the Bar BC Ranch in the 1940s, along with the Homestead Lodge.

Notably, the McReynolds Barn originates from the McReynolds Homestead near Mormon Row, just north of Blacktail Butte. Lastly, the historic Murie Barn, which holds a significant place in history (further detailed in this brochure), was relocated from its original site within the boundaries of Grand Teton National Park.

These meticulously preserved and relocated structures serve as testaments to the ranch’s dedication to conserving the region’s heritage and embodying the spirit of its storied past.

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