Spring Creek Ranch
A rustic and restorative retreat in the heart of the Tetons
Any restorative retreat worth its weight in massage stones requires two essential elements: a natural, yet highly hospitable atmosphere and a bevy of unforgettable experiences. Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson, Wyoming offers just that. With spectacular views of the Teton Mountain Range and an impressive list of activities, it’s the perfect stateside escape. Read on for our full review of Spring Creek Ranch.
The Spring Creek Ranch offers luxury lodging in Jackson, Wyoming that is surrounded by beautiful national parks, a wildlife sanctuary, and opportunities for many outdoor experiences and adventures. Featuring cozy wood cabins and rustic decor, it’s perfect for a weekend getaway.
Lodging options at Spring Creek Ranch include Inn Rooms, Townhomes, Mountain Villas, and the Grand Outlook Luxury Estate, all with views of the Grand Teton Mountains and various amenities based on the lodging accommodations that you select.
Dining at the Spring Creek Ranch is offered at The Granary Restaurant and the new Sage Overlook, which is a unique western barbequeu experience that you will not find anywhere else! The resort also holds special dining events that guests can register for in advance to learn culinary tips and tricks and experience amazing food from around the world.
The Spa at Spring Creek Ranch focuses on bodily wellness and a stress-free environment. It has a wide variety of specials, wilderness spa adventures, facials, massages, and other packages that provide serious relaxation. On the more active side of things, the resort offers both summer and winter recreational activities for guests who crave outdoor adventures and experiences. The summer recreation activities include hiking, golf, fly fishing, rock climbing, hot air balloon rides, and many others that will bring out your adventurous side! The winter recreation activities include sleigh rides, downhill and cross country skiing at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, snowmobiling, ice skating, and other typical winter activities in an atypical setting. Be sure to check out the resort’s wildlife and natural history safari programs, which differ by season. These trips will expose you to a wide variety of North American wildlife and special historical pieces of Western-American history.