This historic landmark in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley is currently utilized as the quintessential western backdrop for world-class Paramount production, "Yellowstone." The ranch has been featured in numerous articles and publications including Architectural Digest, American Log Homes, the outdoor show, “Fly Fishing the World,” Montana Historical Society: The Barns of Montana, the New York Post, and the New York Times.
With Trapper Peak framing your sunsets and the Bitterroot River Valley at your doorstep, we are proud to welcome you to the perfect Montana getaway.
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In June 2020, Paramont announced that all filming for the Yellowstone series would take place in Montana beginning with Season 4. This increased local production has created shorter reservation allowances. Chief Joseph Ranch is now completely full with reservations in 2020 and 2021.
The filming schedule for 2022 is not available at this time. Please continue to visit our website for updates and scheduling information. If you are looking for lodging accommodations in the valley, you may also visit:
Thank you for watching the series and we look forward to making a reservation with you in the future.