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Elopements and Micro-Weddings

Extraordinary times call for extraordinary events. Buck convention for a one-of-a-kind elopement or micro-wedding at the world’s first Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ranch. Intimate weddings are stress-free and fully tailored to your tastes.

Our team executes customized elopement services with 16 people or less for the simple fee of $2,000 in addition to our all-inclusive rates.

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All-Inclusive Elopements

  • Coordination, ceremony (see below for full list)
  • Luxury accommodations and amenities
  • Daily coffee, tea and pastries, breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner
  • Unlimited premium beer, wine and spirits, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks
  • Twice daily, on-property activities including guides and gear
  • Airport transfers

What's Included in a Ranch at Rock Creek Elopement?

On-site wedding coordination with bridal bouquet, groom’s boutonniere and mobile speaker unit for music

Ceremony inspired by the Montana’s breathtaking landscape with on-site officiant, license and filing

Wedding cake and Relais & Chateaux farm-to-table cuisine, along with our always all-inclusive amenities

Elopement Venues

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Availability depends upon party size and seasonal availability. Additional costs are associated with some private events.

Sample Elopement Itinerary

Scroll to the right to see a sample of a curated elopement itinerary at The Ranch at Rock Creek.

*Indicates services that are available at additional cost

Romantic Accommodations

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Honeymoons

The Ranch’s vast lands and secluded lodge and glamping accommodations provide an idyllic start for your next chapter. Learn more about our honeymoon possibilities. Incorporate a bucket list honeymoon into your elopement plans. Set out on your first adventures as a married couple with a curated itinerary featuring included private adventures, Granite Spa treatments and plenty of respite in your romantic accommodation.

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The Ranch includes 32 activities in our daily rates, so no additional costs are associated with a Five-Star honeymoon. Private activities include horseback riding, fly fishing, shooting sports (5 ranges), Respite on Rock Creek, hiking, geotagging, photography classes, archery, disc golf, frontier skills, sapphire mining, e-bikes, Ride Along with a Rancher, Silver Dollar Saloon and 12+ winter activities.

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FAQ

  • Do honeymoons cost extra at The Ranch?
  • Are airport transfers included?
  • What is the climate like in Montana?
  • What is the environment like in Southwest Montana?
  • Is social distancing practiced on activities?
  • Are private meals available?
  • What type of clothing should we pack?

No. Everything above, with the exception of Granite Spa treatments, are part of our all-inclusive rates. Choosing your favorite style of accommodation, private activities and dining locations allows us to craft the honeymoon itinerary of your dreams without adding additional cost.

Including activities, farm-to-table dining and all Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star luxury amenities means that you relax fully into your stay without extra hassle.

Airport transfers are available and included from Missoula, Butte and Anaconda airports. A Ranch employee will greet guests at the airport and drive them to The Ranch. Masks will be worn by our staff members during transportation. Water and snacks are available for the drive.

Located at 5,200 feet, The Ranch has a typical mountain climate. We recommend layers and boots for all seasons.

Spring

April – H: 52° | L: 26°
May – H: 61° | L: 24°
June – H: 70° | L: 41°

Summer

July – H: 81° | L: 46°
Aug – H: 80° | L: 44°

Autumn

Sept – H: 68° | L: 36°
Oct – H: 55° | L: 27°
Nov – H: 43° | L: 16°

Winter

Dec – H: 32° | L: 5°
Jan – H: 32° | L: 7°
Feb – H: 35° | L: 9°
Mar – H: 44° | L: 19

The Ranch property is comprised of mountains, soft hills, meadows, pasture, forest, a mountain-fed creek and gravel roads. It is a short distance from the Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest and the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness Area, as well as Discovery Ski Area. Nestled at the base of the John Long Mountains, our 6,600 acres of ranch land also encompasses four miles of frontage along Rock Creek, a Blue Ribbon designated fishery that flows into the Clark Fork River. To the far south, soft rolling hills give way to snow-capped peaks of the Pintler Mountains. Northward, cottonwood trees stretch along the valley floor following the creek flowing deep into the Sapphire Mountains.

Yes, The Ranch has added more activities to ensure there are a plethora of safe and fulfilling outdoor activities for your group. View the list above to learn more about what’s available for groups.

Per CDC recommendation, masks are recommended for unvaccinated guests in all indoor spaces and outdoor areas where 6 feet of space cannot be maintained. Our vaccinated employees are not required to wear masks indoors or outdoors, but may choose to wear them if they are more comfortable doing so. Employees are required to wear masks in vehicles going off property, such as airport transfers and off-ranch excursions.

We can accommodate guests who would prefer to have staff wear masks in their presence. Please relay this request to your group coordinator during the pre-booking process.

In order to execute this, we ask that all guests walk or bike to their activities (to avoid vehicle usage). We also stagger our activity start times to avoid crowds in the Rod & Gun Club. We ask that you be on time for your activity. If you are more than 15 minutes late, you may not be able to take part in your activity.

Read more about our activities department’s efforts to provide safe and sanitary fun.

Yes! A couple can choose to dine in their accommodation for any or all of their meals.

For a small fee, or included in the elopement package, couples can dine on one of The Ranch’s vistas or secluded outdoor location (weather permitting). Please see our event venues for more information about these spaces.

As evidenced from the wide range of weather (see above) in the Montana Rockies, we highly suggest packing layers. Mornings and evenings in Montana are chilly, afternoons have warmer temperatures.

All equipment needed for activities is provided through Rod & Gun Club. However, we do suggest that you pack your own hiking boots, hats, sunglasses, gloves and other commonly used items to reduce the risk of cross-contamination. Riding boots with a one inch heel are recommended.