History

The original 40 acres of the ranch belonged to Reverend and Mrs. House from New York State. He was a minister in Conner and she taught at the little red schoolhouse on Piquette Creek Road. Both were also teachers at the school in Darby and they raised four children in the original house located at the center of Triple Creek Ranch.

The first fifty acres of Triple Creek Ranch was purchased and developed by a Michigan industrialist in 1982. Triple Creek Ranch served as his personal retreat for the first four years and then was developed into “Triple Creek Ranch, a Montana Hideaway”. In 1993, he sold the property and business to the current owners, a couple who, as frequent guests, had fallen in love with the ranch. They have since infused the resort with a passion and enthusiasm that have made it the elegant Montana high country resort it is today. In 1995, Triple Creek Ranch became a member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux Association.

Over the years, the ranch has continued to evolve with new cabins, the tennis court, pool, fishing ponds, fitness center and the addition of the Rider’s Roost. Approximately 3,000 square feet were added as part of a complete renovation of the main guest lodge in 2004.  Osprey Cabin was introduced in 2015, and in 2016 Riverside Cabin became our newest luxury ranch home accommodation while the Sugar Cabins underwent a complete renovation of the bathrooms and received private hot tubs. In 2017 the ranch looks forward to unveiling a new heated outdoor pool.