Granite Creek Guest Ranch Ririe

Where is it at?

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Granite Creek Guest Ranch
Hwy 26, before post 368
Tel: 208 483 3175


The ranch is 35 miles east of Idaho Falls on Hwy 26, and 50 miles west of Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Turn at milepost 368 once on Hwy 26, and drive south for 2 1/2 miles. There are signs for the ranch.

Where are we going today?

Y'all ready for a genuine old west cowboy adventure! Idaho is a beautiful state with amazing countryside, so what better place for kids to get on those horses and herd cattle than on 4000 acres at the Granite Creek Guest Ranch?

This family-run cattle ranch is in the stunning mountain country, which also gives kids a great way to get that fresh air, get out, run around and play like they used to!

Ever saddled your own horse? At the Granite Creek Guest Ranch you get to! You can also spend your days riding the Western style mountain trails, or even herding cattle! Do you think you have it in you? Let's go round 'em up - you're a cowboy and cowgirl now!

If you want to extend your stay, you're in the right place because it's a sleeping ranch. Sit back and enjoy the home-cooked meals, and settle in for the night in your own rustic, original log and board cabins (don't worry, there is electricity and plumbing!)

Sit around the nightly campfires as a family, and see how many stars you can see in the sky. (The sky is often so clear here you might be there a while!)  The next day you can all head out and enjoy dishing and canoeing in their own private reservoir, and they are also close to the Teton Mountain Range - another spectacular place for kids to visit! 

If you don't want to stay overnight, you are more than welcome to enjoy the day trail rides where those cowboys over 7 can ride their own, and those under 7 may hand lead their own pony.

Go get ‘em cowboys! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $310 pppd
  • ChildrenFrom $150 pppd
  • Free Under: 2 years.

When can we go?

Year round access with seasonal variations.

I'm Hungry!

If camping, ranch meals can be arranged - and don't you worry they will be delicious and home-cooked - a true experience! .

Healthy Eating!

Their meals are super healthy! They are served family style, and you can have chicken, stew, and deliciously healthy breakfasts. All local and fresh produce too! .

Any Top Tips?

You don't have to camp here to visit! You can just come for a day trip and still enjoy an amazing time out on the ranch. .

Doing our bit

Ever since the current owners grandfather bought the farm in the early 1900s, they have made sure they have preserved the essence of the farm, and continued to give families and amazing time! .

More information

Don't forget to visit the old-time barn with a hay loft! There are fun kittens to play with and baby calves to bottle-feed. A sweet experience. .

What people are saying?

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    My daughter and I went there in June and had a wonderful time. The family owned and operated ranch was all very pleasant and they were fun to be with. It made you feel like you were living 100 years ago with a a few of todays comforts. The views were amazing but rounding up the cattle put it over the top. I recommend this ranch to everyone.

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