The Lazy Moose Ranch
5 bedrooms Main Residence, 1 bedroom Guest House
Experience the beauty of Jackson Hole from this special property set along the banks of Fish Creek and rising along the rolling hillside for exquisite views of the valley floor. Known as the Lazy Moose Ranch, this 128.01 acre property is immaculately maintained and boasts the rare privilege of beautiful Fish Creek frontage, providing the scenic and acoustic pleasures of live water, year round. Comprised of four parcels that are zoned rural including 2 upper ranch parcels (70.51 acres and 44.21 acres) and 2 Fish Creek frontage parcels (7.31 acres and 5.98 acres), the property offers the owner an opportunity to reconfigure and/or split the property into additional parcels with development rights.
Purchased in 1997 from a family who owned the ranch for 80 years, the Lazy Moose Ranch is rife with history. Reclaimed cabins adorn both the upper and lower ranches. Moved to the property from various corners of the valley, the cabins are a showcase of Jackson Hole history that will continue to live on through the story of the Lazy Moose Ranch. The five bedroom main cabin was redesigned and refinished from a collection of cabins that were part of the original property. With the help of architect Danny Eagen and builder Matt Thompson, the floor plan and stain colors were meticulously chosen to blend the old with the new, creating a lovely residence, rich with modern day comforts. The one bedroom guest cabin is composed of three cabins originating from the old Skip Wright Clark property and from a ranch near Solitude in the northern part of the valley. The lodge on the upper ranch is the historic Sinclair gas station that was located in the heart of Wilson, at the base of Teton Pass.
An exceptional retreat for you and for visiting wildlife, from water fowl frolicking on the eddies of Fish Creek, to moose browsing amidst the aspen, this property is exceptionally suited to enjoy the best of Jackson Hole’s lifestyle. Varying topography and lush pastures dotted with aspen groves reach up the Wilson faces and provide a picturesque backdrop framed by the meandering waters of Fish Creek below. Beautiful views include the Sleeping Indian, Jackson Peak and the Snake River valley.
We invite you to discover this beautiful horse-friendly ranch, conveniently located just minutes north of the town of Wilson. With no covenants, the property lends itself to the privacy and freedom inspired by Jackson Hole’s western heritage and big sky country.