Luxury camping goes hand in hand with all-inclusive experiential travel. While we can’t take credit for Montana’s scenery, the wilderness glamping experience enhances our ability to appreciate and reflect upon it – whether you’re sipping your afternoon coffee while watching eagles alight on our cottonwoods or enjoying a cedar soaking tub underneath a glistening nightscape.
We call our Ranch glamping structures, “canvas cabins,” and they were designed to be easily removed and have minimal impact on the environment, providing a highly sustainable way to travel. With The Ranch’s designation as a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World, we are always mindful of being responsible stewards of the land. Meanwhile, our Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star services and amenities enrich the experience, making it the ultimate luxury glamping adventure.
Classic Canvas Cabins
The Ranch’s luxury glamping cabins were built to fit our historical landscape. We created hybrid structures that would feel at home on a ranch homestead and enjoy inspiring views of our mountain-fed stream. In fact, our Classic Canvas Cabins, Rainbow, Apache, Gila and Bull, were named after the fish who call it home.
These 790 sq. ft. cabins have a standard occupancy of two, with a maximum occupancy of four. They are ideal for couples looking to relish the outdoors while enjoying creature comforts, like a gas stove, screened porch and an attached bathroom.
Family Canvas Cabins
Just like the classic style, the Family Canvas Cabins are nestled between a comfortable, hard-framed bathroom and screened porch and sit on a flat meadow filled with native grasses and wildflowers. Our four 1,047 sq. ft. Family Canvas Cabins, Brook, Cutbow, Grayling and Lake, are suited to a family glamping adventure with three to six guests.
The spacious floor plans feature two bedrooms separated by a curtain, and they come equipped with two gas stoves, a screened porch, a reading nook and a private deck.
The Ranch is the only all-inclusive Montana glamping resort to offer year-round glamping. Trapper Cabin is a favorite among returning guests. The 750 sq. ft. hybrid cabin sports a sizable tent fly and creekside location that allows it to stay cool during the hot summer months, while the in-floor hydronic heat and stove ensure comfort in the winter—making it ideal for the changing Rocky Mountain weather.
Trapper is our most secluded accommodation and feels like your very own glamping lodge, making it popular for honeymoons, anniversaries and nature retreats. Its private cedar soaking tub next to Rock Creek, allows glampers to delight in their own private hot springs and fishing hole.
Sweet Grass Cabin
All of our glamping accommodations are filled with one-of-a-kind antiques, beautiful quilts, standing mirrors, armoires and western textiles. But, Sweet Grass is our only three-room canvas cabin, with a layout of 1,300 sq. ft.
Its lavish floor plan and amenities make it a favorite for groups seeking the ultimate glamping getaway or a family wilderness adventure. In addition to two spacious suites, Sweet Grass has a sizable living area, kitchenette, cedar soaking tub and fire pit.
Our newest glamping accommodation offers a close connection to our pioneer past. Underneath this conestoga wagon’s canvas canopy, you’ll find a king bed, twin bunks and luxury amenities.
While the other glamping tents are stand-alone accommodations, homesteader wagons can be moved adjacent to our luxury homes, historic barn and glamping accommodations for a more versatile Montana adventure. It can serve as a “camping out” experience for kids or a romantic retreat for parents.