Ranch House380 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- Address: Colter Bay Village, Colter Bay Campground Rd, Moran, WY 83013, United States, Grand Teton National Park
- Timings: 06:30 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3075432811
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Restaurant, Family And Kids
Ranch houseat Colter Bay Village is the perfect solution to all your hunger. The restaurant offers a variety of foods and drinks but is famous for its sea food that is made from the locally caught fishes. There is also a large bar that offers rustic snacks and scintillating drinks.
Entrance Ticket Details For Ranch House
- Entrance fees are 30 Dollars for a private, noncommercial vehicle.
- 25 Dollars for a motorcycle.
- 15 Dollars for each visitor above 16 years.
- These fees provide the visitor with a 7-day entrance permit for Grand Teton National Park.
Ranch House Hours
- Breakfast: 6:30am - 10:30am
- Lunch: 11:30am - 1:30pm
- Dinner: 5:30pm - 9pm
How to Reach Ranch House
- You can take a hired taxi or rental to the location.
- Most people drive around by their car due to the distance.
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53.75% of people who visit Grand Teton National Park include Ranch House in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
76.67% of people start their Ranch House visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ranch House
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ranch House
Ranch House Reviews & Ratings
This restaurant is pretty much the only one in Colter Bay, so they could just serve up anything and get away with it, but we were really pleased to find the food was delicious, and well thought-out out. We Brits usually find the portion sizes are too big in US restaurants, but at John Colter's Ranch House, they've got it right. There was a 25 minute wait for a table, but it was well worth it. I had the trout, which was fresh and flavoursome (the waitress didn't look down her nose at me for asking for a baked potato instead of the polenta it came with). We had room for dessert and didn't feel horribly bloated when we left. Overall, it was good value for money.
meh....was expecting a 4, got a 3 at best. definitely not worth the money but you are a captive consumer. brisket was fatty and looked like it was cooked in a crock pot. been to cracker barrels that were better than this. huckleberry margarita was tasty but not a $12 margarita.
We ate breakfast and dinner here several times during our stay at Colter Bay. The staff are from all over the country and truly enjoy their work. The breakfast buffet was a good value and the variety was good. The dinner was a selection of menu choices that are very limited and the service was slow, so a hour and half was the norm. It was nice to not have to cook while on vacation.
Service was great, however the food was severely lacking. For dinner we had the brisket and chicken wings. Brisket was nothing more than 2 small pieces of beef, one of which was more than half fat -- at $20 it was somewhat laughable. The only flavor to the wings was from them being over-smoked... Absolutely no flavor to the chicken itself nor to the honey habanero sauce they were dipped in; to top it off they were extremely rubbery with horrible texture. Have heard the breakfast is worth it, however for dinner it's definitely worth the drive to Trapper Grill at Signal Mountain Lodge.
My server was incredibly friendly and was very quick with drink refills. They were fantastic with my allergies and he made sure the area was clean when my food was prepped and gave me updates. I did have to wait quote a bit of time for my food in a not very packed restraunt but my guess was this was due to making sure my food was allergen free.