Experience Unspoiled Idaho

Originally a homesteaded cattle ranch, Lazy Triple Creek Ranch has the feel of the old west, but with all of the finest ranch amenities. The ranch has world-class clay courses, rifle and pistol ranges. Cutthroat and brook trout live in the property’s creeks. Canyon Creek flows through the ranch and has been called the most important spawning creek in the lower Teton River drainage by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. The ranch and surrounding National Forest provide excellent habitat for deer, elk and moose. On the plateaus there are over four hundred acres of barley harvested each year in addition to dedicated food plots providing feed for upland birds. In the property’s heart lie three acres of pastureland with a creek running through it, making the spot ideal for horses. With four dramatic plateaus, four sagebrush-lined canyons, three creeks,  and vast acres of native grasses and crops, the property embodies the real west.

About the Property

  • 2200 Acres
  • Altitude: 6200 ft.
  • 9000 sq.ft. main lodge
  • 1600 sq.ft. manager's house
  • 3200 sq.ft. garage/shop
  • 1500 sq.ft. 3-car garage
  • World-class clay courses
  • Rifle and pistol ranges
  • 15-run dog kennel
  • 3 acres of horse-friendly pasture
  • Vast vistas of lush native grasses
  • Elk, deer, moose and bald eagles frequent the property