The real-life Chief Joseph Ranch in Western Montana rents out two cabins on the property.
The scenic backdrop for Dutton Ranch in the hit series Yellowstone on Paramount Network is the Bitterroot River Valley in Western Montana. With sunset views of Trapper Peak, the real-life Chief Joseph Ranch is a family-owned guest and working ranch that now plays host to some of our favorite television characters.
Although the Dutton Ranch lodge itself isn’t available to rent (it is the family home of the current owners), there are two cabins available: The Ben Cook Cabin (Rip’s cabin in season 1 and Kayce’s cabin in season 2) and the Fisherman Cabin (Lee’s cabin in seasons 1 and 2). According to the ranch website, both cabins sleep eight guests and have a full kitchen and a grill.
While tours of the property are only available for those who book at stay at the ranch, Yellowstone fans are welcome to stop by the gates and take pictures of the Dutton Ranch sign. (However, if filming is taking place, security will not allow pictures at that time.)
Not surprisingly, both cabins at Chief Joseph Ranch are currently completely booked—however, any updates regarding reservations will be made to the ranch website. Time to bookmark that page and start making travel plans to Dutton Ranch for the future!