Set against a vast backdrop of four million acres of National Forest, Triple Creek Ranch offers an authentic Western experience that’s especially fitting for America’s greatest national holiday.
This year, Triple Creek Ranch welcomes Jennifer and Barry Waitte from Tamber Bey Vineyards to celebrate the 2017 Thanksgiving holiday. Their wines are made from estate-grown fruit and from grapes carefully sourced from select vineyards in Napa and Sonoma and will be served alongside an extraordinary holiday menu created by Executive Chef Jake Leatherman.
Each of Triple Creek’s 25 log cabins are luxury retreats, appointed with wood burning fireplaces and private or nearby hot tubs. Original Western art from the owner’s private collection can be found in the cabins and throughout the property. Guests can spend a day hiking, go horseback riding along the Lewis and Clark Trail or perfect their fly fishing skills with an Orvis-endorsed guide on the Bitterroot River.
Later in the day, they can adjourn for a relaxed gathering under soaring timbers at the lodge, enjoy a glass of wine from a cellar that has earned a Wine Spectator Best Of, Award Of Excellence every year since 2012. For more information on the Thanksgiving celebration at Triple Creek Ranch from November 22-26, visit Triple Creek Ranch.