Winter Lodging

Winter is a magical time at Moose Creek Ranch! With long-term rental options and nightly accommodations, we have something for everyone.

Spend the night in one of our cozy Rendezvous Cabins or hunker down for the season at one of our RV sites. We also have long-term rentals available in our Twin Cabins, and nightly stays in our spacious Ranch House.  Guests may also use our complimentary snow shoes and cross-country ski gear. 

Come enjoy our winter wonderland!



Long-Term Rentals

Twin Cabins

Comfortable cabins for a cozy winter near Jackson

Our Twin Cabins are perfect for a cozy getaway this winter. We are offering long-term stays in our cabins, or click here for information on our nightly options. Each cabin comes with a fully equipped kitchen and a full bath. One cabin has 1 king bed and five cabins have 2 queen beds. 

RV Sites

Enjoy all the comforts of home for your winter vacation

Enjoy winter at your own doorstep by staying at one of our RV sites! Choose from 15 spots with standard, premium, and van sites available. Water and electric hookups are conveniently located at each site, so you are guaranteed to spend your winter nice and cozy. Then wander outside and take in the splendor of the season.

Nightly Accommodations

Rendezvous Cabins

Luxury lodging for long winter nights in Teton Valley

We have two Rendezvous Cabins available for guests that are perfect for couples or families. Our guests have dubbed one cabin our “honeymoon suite” as it comes complete with 1 king bed and a soaking tub. Our second cabin can sleep up to four with 2 queen beds and is ADA-compliant. Spend this winter in luxury while you warm up next to a toasty gas fireplace.

Ranch House

Beautiful Idaho lodge fit for family and friends

Do you plan on spending this winter with family and friends? Then our Ranch House is a perfect place to spread out and enjoy the season. Your group of up to 12 will feel right at home in the Tetons with the gas fireplace, BBQ grill, and fully equipped kitchen. This home is a great place to warm up after spending a wintery day in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National parks.