The 2,300 acres of land that comprise Teton Valley Ranch Camp have long been part of the working lifestyle of the American West. When our Campers tack their horses and head out on the trail to wrangle in the morning, they are following in the footsteps of cowboys and cowgirls who have worked this land for generations.
The Ranch is bordered, on all sides, by National Forest and other state and federal lands. The trails we ride and hike on the Ranch traverse the ridges and valleys offering miles of opportunity to take in the stunningly beautiful landscapes around us. Campers may catch a glimpse of some of the wildlife with which we share this ecosystem, including deer, elk, pronghorn antelope and moose, which are seen regularly, and yet still take our breath away. See where we travel.
Our Dining Hall is located right in the heart of camp, and we gather in the Dining Hall at least 3 times a day for all of our meals at camp. We eat family-style with staff and campers mixed together so that we all get the chance to know each other thrughout the summer. We also have indoor campfires in the Dining Hall on rainy nights, hold the annual talent show under the red roof, and during Girls’ Season campers get to do-si-do the night away inside during our square dance.
Gros Ventre is a good example of our log cabins and is often inhabited by Top Hand or Wrangler campers.
South often houses second, third, or fourth year campers and is the perfect example of what one of our tent cabins looks like. Like our other cabins, every tent cabin house 8-10 campers and 2 staff.
St. John’s was opened in 2021 and serves the back cabins without attached bathhouses including Gros Ventre, Static, Teewinot, Darwin, Buck, South, Avalanche, and Owen. The cabins on what we call “TB Hill” (Leigh, Rendezvous, and Cascade) are served by a second smaller bathhouse dubbed The Grand while the front four cabins (Nez Perce, Middle, Paintbrush, and Moran) have their own attached bathhouses.
The Barn is one of our core program areas and serves as the homebase for Trail Rides, Gymkhana, Rodeos, Roping, and many other important camp events.