Wide Open Spaces
Our property is over 30 acres directly off US HWY 189/191. Enjoy evenings gathered round the bonfire, under the star filled sky!
Historic Guest Ranch For Rent
The Black powder Ranch
Black Powder Guest Ranch is truly a historic getaway. Built in 1915, this family owned ranch provides all of the amenities and comfort you want with an authentic, charming Wyoming feel. Black Powder is located on the Hoback River, 35 minutes from Jackson Hole and 5 minutes from Granite Creek Recreation Area (home of the Granite Hot Springs Swimming Pool) in the quaint town of Bondurant. From the covered chuck wagon, to the bubbling creeks, Black Powder is an ideal location for those “looking to unplug” while still having access to all the activities the Jackson Hole area has to offer.
Surrounded by Wyoming’s natural beauty, our ranch offers the opportunity to experience the “Old West” at its finest. You can fish the Hoback River, take in the natural wildlife or gather round the campfire without ever leaving the property. An ideal setup for family reunions, large groups or corporate retreats.
Bring your rod, fly or spinner, and fish the Hoback River without leaving the property!
Fantastic Rustic Ranch Winter Wonderland!
"Stayed with the family here during the 2020 Winter Holiday in the middle of the global Covid outbreak. Black Powder Ranch was the perfect location to gather our family, while being remotely located within all the amazing winter wonderland activities in and around the Jackson area. We would spend our evenings gathered around the large fireplace in the lodge, while retiring for the nights spread out amongst the cabins for a bit more peace & tranquility. The industrial kitchen and large dining area were perfect for our needs, given all of our morning and evening meals during the pandemic were prepared and eaten at the BP Ranch. A perfect location within arms reach of Jackson Hole Skiiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing in Tetons National Park, and even bathing in a couple of the area’s nearby hot springs in the middle of winter."
-Peter, Guest December 2020