PRIVATE SHOOTING AND HUNTING RETREAT ONE HOUR FROM JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING
Originally a working cattle ranch, Lazy Triple Creek Ranch has the feel of the old west—but with all the luxury of the modern-day ranch.
The ranch was developed by a small group of Jackson Hole residents as a private outdoor retreat and shooting club. The new owner is happy to welcome outdoor adventure enthusiasts and to share this amazing property. Our all-inclusive private ranch is perfect for corporate retreats, family vacations, couple’s getaways, and shooting or hunting trips.
Come experience the Idaho Ernest Hemingway came to know and love. Discover why shooting sports and outdoors enthusiasts keep coming back.
A PRIVATE UPLAND HUNTING RANCH
Surrounded by unspoiled nature, the ranch is a hunting and fishing paradise. Lazy Triple Creek Ranch has upland bird and European-style driven shoots, multiple world-class clay courses, and rifle and pistol ranges.
Canyon Creek flows through the ranch and has been called the most important spawning creek in the lower Teton River drainage by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. Cutthroat and brook trout spawn in the property’s many creeks. World-class fishing is on our doorstep.
ELK HUNTING IN IDAHO
The private 2200-acre ranch and surrounding National Forest provide excellent habitat for deer, elk, and moose. On the plateaus, there are over five hundred acres of wheat and barley harvested each year in addition to dedicated food plots providing feed and cover for upland birds and habitat for deer, elk, and moose.
OUTDOOR FAMILY VACATIONS AND ACTIVITIES
At the heart of the property lies three acres of pastureland with a creek running through it, making the spot ideal for horses. People of all ages and skill levels can enjoy horseback riding with experienced guides. Other fun ways to explore the expansive property are on ATVs or mountain bikes. In winter, you can cross-country ski. With five dramatic plateaus, four sagebrush-lined timber-filled canyons, three creeks and vast acres of native grasses and crops, the property embodies the real west.