Experience Star Valley Lodge

Experience a unique alternative to the traditional hospitality setting… situated within 34 acres in the heart of the wild and beautiful Bridger-Teton Mountain Range in Star Valley, Wyoming. Instead of a sterile, “cookie cutter” hotel setting, Star Valley Lodge inspires guests to enjoy a more relaxed environment together. Our retreat may be far and away from the everyday, but we make sure you’re still in the pulse of your connections, if that’s where you choose to be. With high-speed WiFi and the perfect outdoor adventures awaiting you, Star Valley Lodge provides an unparalleled site for inspiring executive retreats, amazing destination wedding weekends and entertaining family reunions or vacations.


Star Valley Lodge is truly the perfect retreat, nestled within the mountains and wild spaces of Wyoming. The accommodations are set up to provide both spacious, social gathering places – in addition to smaller, low–key areas that are more private. Individual bedrooms and bathrooms all have a unique charm, and a fun western flair.


Lodge Amenities

The Lodge has a mountain-modern style, with a custom built “Rio Bravo” bar, billiard lounge, ventilated cigar room, and a large loft overlooking the great room.  Star Valley Lodge has a wood burning fireplace, an outdoor gas grill, fire pit, and French doors leading to two oversized deck levels, complete with table and chairs.  The Lodge also has a fully equipped kitchen, with a microwave, dishes, utensils, coffee pot, pots and pans, and a dishwasher, in addition to laundry facilities.


Star Valley, Wyoming

Star Valley was initially inhabited by the Shoshone Indians and settled by Mormon pioneers in the 1870s. The area was once described as “The Star of All Valleys,” and truly is a delightful place to be. Star Valley is located in the mountains on the western edge of Wyoming; it is 14 miles wide, 50 miles long and it borders the Bridger-Teton, Caribou and Targhee National Forests. At altitudes ranging from 6,500 to 10,000 feet, this unspoiled wilderness offers immediate access to rivers, lakes and streams. These special areas also are home to many wildlife species, including moose, elk, mountain lion, and bear.