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Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa, a 100-year-old historic guest ranch near Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone National Park, sits at 9,200 feet above sea level with views of the Pinnacle Buttes, Austin's Peak and Brooks Mountain. Surrounded by mountains, evergreen forests, wildlife, and the pristine Brooks Lake, the exclusive, all-inclusive Wyoming Rocky Mountain resort offers five-star service, luxury accommodations, gourmet dining, and a variety of outdoor activities geared to explore the unique mountain setting. All-inclusive rates include lodging, meals, activities, and spa access.


The main lodge was constructed in 1922, built in a record four months’ time in the Western Craftsman architectural style that developed in the Rocky Mountain Region during the early 1900s. The lodge was originally built as a stopover for tourists en route to Yellowstone National Park and named the Two-Gwo-Tee Inn for nearby Togwotee Pass. Soon thereafter the inn was converted to a dude ranch serving wealthy Easterners and renamed the Diamond G Ranch. The lodge is listed on the National Park Service’s Register of Historic Places.

Number of Rooms

15, including seven individually named and decorated luxury Lodge Rooms, as well as eight private VIP Cabins.


All meals are included for guests of Brooks Lake Lodge. The resort’s master chef prepares a fantastic array of gourmet cuisine, including fresh fruits, aged cheeses, exotic meats, and delectable desserts.

  • Serving hearty Western breakfasts each morning, filling lunches at noon, tea with hors d'oeuvres for an afternoon pick-me-up, and gourmet dinners every night.

  • The Cowboy Bar, located off of the Great Hall, is open until midnight and features a full bar, extensive wine list, and specialty beers as well foosball, darts, and shuffleboard.


The Spa at Brooks Lake Lodge is located in a new building built in the Western craftsman style of the historic lodge and offers a variety of services:

  • Hot stone and deep tissue massages

  • Facials tailored for both men and women

  • An 11’ x 17’ hot tub with Rocky Mountain views

  • A dry sauna

  • A fitness room

  • A tranquility room with picture windows framing views of Shoshone National Forest and a 35-foot river rock fireplace

  • Spa hours are 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.


Brooks Lake Lodge and Spa is located in Wyoming’s Rocky Mountains in Dubois, Wyo., within Shoshone National Forest, one mile from the North American Continental Divide.

  • Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks are 45 miles west accessible via Moran Junction

  • Jackson Hole is 60 miles southwest

  • Dubois is 25 miles southeast

  • Nearest airport is Jackson Hole International Airport. Riverton and Idaho Falls airports are also in the area

  • Driving directions are on the website or can be downloaded here.

Dates of Operation

  • Winter / Spring Dates: December 20 - March 15

  • Summer Dates: June 18 - September 15

  • Late Summer/ Fall Dates: August 15 - September 15

Hotel Amenities

  • Adorned with tasteful Western décor

  • Furnished with beautiful lodgepole pine beds

  • Plush terry cloth spa robes

  • Every window boasts a spectacular view

  • Large relaxing lobby with a variety of art, books, and games

  • Great Hall for dining

  • Full-service Spa

  • The Governor’s Tea Room

  • The Cowboy bar for drinks and entertainment.

  • Indoors, authentic Western decor, fine art and sculpture, and enormous stone fireplaces surround you in an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication.

  • Outdoors, great rolling meadows, towering fir and spruce trees, and clean mountain air invigorate your senses.


Wedding parties can rent out the entire lodge pending availability. Other events celebrated at Brooks Lake Lodge include corporate retreats, birthdays and holidays, family reunions, anniversaries, and honeymoons.


Winter Activities

  • Snowmobiling

  • Snowshoeing

  • Cross country skiing

  • Ice fishing

  • Wildlife excursions

Summer Activities

  • Hiking

  • Horseback riding

  • Archery

  • Fishing

  • Canoeing

  • Hunting

Media Contact

Amy Stark, Word PR + Marketing,, 303.548.4611

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