The Triangle C Ranch is deeply rooted in Tie Hack Camp history. The ranch is listed as the historical site of a Tie Hack Camp since 1906 according to the National Historical Sites Registry. Many of the original cabins are still on the property and are actually used as living quarters for our summer staff. Founded by the Carpenter family, and later purchased in 1995 by Cameron and Vicki Garnick, the ranch has a lasting legacy of providing each guest with a unique dude ranch experience and one-of-a-kind hospitality.
Nestled in the scenic Rocky Mountains of northwestern Wyoming, our lodge overlooks the Wind River and is surrounded by the Absaroka mountain range creating a vacation destination that is serene and relaxing. The beauty will take your breath away and the amenities of an 8,000 square foot newly remodeled rustic lodge has a full-service spa, conference rooms, lounge, library, swim spa and the Wind River dining room that seats up to 65.
We offer an exciting program for your Dude Ranch vacation experience! Reconnect as you spend hours horseback riding, enjoy evening campfires with s ’mores and cowboy sing-a-longs, tour Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks with a guide, go hiking and fishing at Brooks Lake and take in the history of the Petroglyphs. Relax and have fun at the weekly square dance and experience a touch of the good ‘ole days during our rifle shoot-out, archery, tomahawk and knife throwing. Treasure the peaceful atmosphere during our breakfast and sunset rides, the excitement of the Dubois Rodeo on Friday night! There is sure to be something for everyone . . . and if your dream is to sit back and read a book and soak up the sunshine, there are a variety of decks and porches waiting for you!
Well, thank you for spending a few minutes of your day reading about our ranch that has become a “home away from home” for so many of our past guests. We hope that you will make our blog a frequent stop . . . step off the intense day-in day-out whirlwind of everyday life and step into world of mountains and streams, horses and cowboys . . . where your word is all that matters and integrity is still worth striving for.
Please come back and stay awhile! Until then, happy trails to you and your family!