What is glamping?2020-04-28T16:19:42+00:00

At Moose Creek Ranch, glamping opens up the world of camping to those who prefer not to rough it. You’ll luxuriate in amenities that feel like home and leave conventional campgrounds in the trail dust.

The word glamping combines “glamorous” and “camping” into one word that has stormed the world and offered new avenues of escape. Though a fairly new term, the concept dates back centuries to the Turkish Ottomans. With silks, high-end rugs and even furnishings, they carried along tents fit for a sultan. Wealthy Europeans and Americans carried the concept forward in the early 1900s in safari tents kitted out with Persian rugs, linen bedding and a chef to make sure they ate well.

The past lives on at Moose Creek Ranch. Are you ready for luxury camping in the Tetons?

What is Moose Creek Ranch?2021-04-02T08:14:00+00:00

Moose Creek Ranch is located just off Old Jackson Highway, at the base of Teton Pass on the quieter and more peaceful Idaho side of the Tetons. Moose Creek Ranch is tucked into a mountain canyon on 25-acres with immediate access to hiking, biking, skiing, fishing, horse-back riding and exploring the natural wonders of this area.

Go out for an adventure and retreat back at the ranch for some solitude close to wilderness with family and friends. We are the perfect basecamp for Yellowstone and Grand Teton trips. Moose Creek Ranch has a lodging option for every person, from our once-in-a-lifetime glamping to newly remodeled cabins that sleep 4-6.

What sleeping arrangements are available?2021-04-02T08:05:01+00:00

We have a variety of options available! We have 5 glamping tents, 1 airstream, 8 Twin Cabins (sleeps 4-6), 1 Ranch House (5 bedrooms, sleeps 12), 2 Rendezvous Cabins, 2 Lodge Suites, 4 Full RV Sites, 3 Partial RV Sites, and 1 Tent Site. Call or email to find out more about these offerings!

What services, amenities, and entertainment does Moose Creek Ranch offer?2021-04-02T08:03:17+00:00

We provide a memorable ranch experience to our guests. We have WIFI available in most spots on the property (Glamping & Airstream WIFI is a little more spotty). Sit in the main lodge and enjoy a cup of complimentary hot cocoa, coffee, or tea next to an open fire or enjoy a local beer while playing your friends in a game of pool. On a sunny day, you will have so much fun enjoying our lawn games like volleyball, horseshoes, and cornhole while and grilling up a delicious meal (ask us about our grill packs!).

With every stay, you receive a complimentary S’mores Kit that you can roast underneath a starry mountain sky at one of our many conveniently located firepits. We even provide the firewood! Friday and Saturday’s we will be featuring live local music and having a grill out that guests can sign up for!

How big of a group can Moose Creek Ranch accommodate?2020-04-28T17:20:57+00:00

Moose Creek Ranch can host up to 150 people at a time, making it ideal for family reunions, weddings, corporate retreats and other group getaways. With enough advance notice, you can reserve the entire resort—tents, cabins, banquet hall, lodge, recreation hall and more—for your group.

What does my family need to pack for our Moose Creek Ranch adventure?2020-09-18T13:40:33+00:00

Pack as though you were staying at a luxury mountain resort—because you are. Moose Creek Ranch takes care of all your camping needs—tent or wagon set up, comfy beds, campfires, and plenty of fun.

We do not have food and beverage available onsite, but many great restaurants are a short drive away.

Is Wi-Fi and cell phone service available at the ranch?2020-05-15T21:29:20+00:00

The entire resort is wired for Wi-Fi, and cell reception at the property is excellent.

How close is the nearest grocery store?2020-04-28T17:28:59+00:00

A pleasant 4-mile drive from Moose Creek Ranch, you’ll find the local Victor Valley Market in Victor, Idaho. You’ll find a larger grocery store, Broulim’s in Driggs, Idaho only 12 miles up the road as you enjoy Teton views the whole drive.

May I roast marshmallows at my tent or cabin?2021-04-02T07:59:10+00:00

Moose Creek Ranch includes a s’mores kit with every stay and we love this classic tradition! We welcome you to roast s’mores at any of our firepits on the property. Roasting sticks at each communal firepit and available by request!

May I bring my dog to Moose Creek Ranch?2021-04-02T07:57:37+00:00

We allow dogs ONLY in these units: Twin Cabin (Queen) and Ranch House. We charge a nightly fee of $50/pet with a maximum of 2 pets per unit.

When is the busy season at Moose Creek Ranch?2020-09-18T13:36:22+00:00


June through September is the summer high season in and around Jackson Hole. Fourth of July is typically one of our busiest times due to cooler mountain weather and an amazing local fireworks show both in Driggs, Idaho and in nearby Jackson Hole and Teton Village, Wyoming.


In Winter it’s busy from Christmas through March. Downhill skiers will enjoy the short driving distance to Grand Targhee Resort and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. For intrepid backcountry skiers, we are at the base of Teton Pass, a Mecca of North American backcountry skiing. Additionally, we have cross-country skiing on-site as we are a 4 season resort. 

Do I need to make a reservation? Is my reservation deposit refundable? Are there additional guest fees?2021-04-02T07:56:24+00:00

We strongly recommend reservations a few weeks in advance for the summer months. RV spots are filling up sometimes three months in advance. Due to the appeal of Teton Valley and its proximity to National Parks we expect full capacity almost every night in the summer months.

For reservations cancelled more than 14 days in advance, we refund your card in total minus the credit card processing fee of 3%. For reservations cancelled within the 14 your booking is non-refundable. We take payment upfront in full for all reservations.

Is beer or wine available onsite?2021-04-02T07:17:37+00:00

We have exciting news! Moose Creek Ranch just got approved for a beer and wine license. We will be offering morning mimosas and beer and wine by the glass starting in June, 2021. Expect to see some classics as well as plenty of local purveyors.