You Can Rent a Cabin on the Gorgeous Ranch Where 'Yellowstone' Is Filmed

Kelly O'Sullivan
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From House Beautiful

Calling all Yellowstone fans!

Pack your bags and dust off your cowboy boots, because you can now spend a weekend getaway at the "Dutton Ranch." Located just a few hours from Yellowstone National Park in Darby, Montana, the real-life property where the Paramount Network series films is actually called the Chief Joseph Ranch—and it's just as gorgeous as it looks on TV.

Though you can't beat a trip to Ree Drummond's hometown (psst, book a room at The Boarding House ASAP), this rural spot offers a different kind of small-town charm. The Dutton family's actual home from Yellowstone isn't open, but the Chief Joseph Ranch rents out two other cabins on the property that have also appeared on the show. Each cabin sleeps 8 guests and is complete with a full kitchen, but you won't even care about the amenities once you see the views.

Guests at the ranch can spend their time fishing, horseback riding, and hiking through the area's beautiful mountains. (Or fantasizing about riding off into the sunset with Kevin Costner. Whatever makes your skirt fly up!)

If you'd like to stay at the Chief Joseph Ranch, check out their website to inquire about booking a cabin. Unfortunately, between filming Yellowstone and accommodating other guests, spots are filled up through 2021.

"In June 2020, Paramount 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," the site explains.

While you're waiting for more spots to become available, you can spend all your time binge-watching every episode of Yellowstone. Giddy up!

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