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Celebrating 100 Years of Adventurous Getaways

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Due to overwhelming response, we can no longer accept any more RSVPs.

 

Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa will celebrate its centennial with a grand open-to-the-public party that will take place at the lodge on Saturday, July 2, 2022 from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., with live music beginning at 12:30 p.m.

The event is free and all are welcome, but no dogs, please. Brooks Lake lodge is home to mules, horses, cats, and dogs, and we ask you leave your pets at home for the safety and happiness of our four-legged family. Parking is available in the lot at mile marker 33, .25 miles east of the lodge driveway, and a complimentary shuttle will transport party guests to and from the lodge.

We Can’t Wait to Celebrate With You

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Free Food & Entertainment 

Events will include free food all day featuring a cookout with an assortment of delicious plates and live music from the Lake String Quartet, Jessica Camilla O’Neal and Jerry Bell. Partygoers can participate in lawn games such as cornhole and ladder golf, or try archery at the Lodge’s archery range with the help of a guide. 

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Special Occasion Libations

Cash bar libations will include craft brews from the award-winning Melvin Brewing Company, which will also create a special-for-the-occasion Centennial brew. Jackson Hole Still Works Distillery will also be creating a specialty spirit to honor the 100 years.

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Lodge Tours

Visitors will enjoy a rare opportunity to explore the entire lodge, learning about its unique history while touring the century-old building – checking out the Tea Room, the Lobby, the Great Hall and the Cowboy Bar, as well as the private cabins.

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Our History

Brooks Lake Lodge, initially called the Two-Gwo-Tee Inn, was constructed in 1922 as a stopover for travelers heading toward Yellowstone National Park. Over the years, its stunning views of the Rocky Mountains and proximity to Brooks Lake helped the remote inn transform into a dude ranch and then into the luxury guest ranch and resort it is today.

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