Turpin Meadow Ranch dates back to 1887 when Dick Turpin built his cabin on these gorgeous lands. The ranch began welcoming guests in 1932 and has since served as one of the best ranches in Wyoming for both locals and visitors. Throughout the years, the Ranch has hosted its share of celebrities, including Mrs. Herbert Hoover, Adlai Stevenson, astronaut John Glenn, Bob Dylan (who came to sing at the bar) and has been the filming site for several TV shows (such as Top Gear) and TV commercials.
Our Wyoming guest ranch, nestled on the banks of the Buffalo Fork River, has an 80-year legacy behind it but was recently restored with renovations to the grand lodge, cabins and the addition of our new chalets. While pleasantly retaining its classic architecture, the lodge now offers modern features, including a roaring fireplace and our upgraded bar and patio, which stunningly frames sunrise and sunset views of the iconic Grand Teton and Mount Moran. The casual, yet refined ranch also offers noteworthy farm-to-table dining experiences and iconic meeting spaces.