Yellowstone fans, we know you're on pins and needles awaiting not only the remainder of season 5 episodes this summer, but also the final shake-out of all those rumors about series patriarch and mega-star Kevin Costner leaving the show. So here's how to relax. Soothe your anxiety about what next happens to the Dutton clan by "set-jetting." That's right, you can book a stay in the actual uber-luxe Utah ranch featured in season 3 of the show for a TikTok-approved "cowboy-cation."
Yellowstone Fans, You Can Rent the Ranch from the Show for Your "Cowboy-cation"
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The sprawling location is called Twilight Moon Ranch, and it's got all the jaw-dropping vistas and luxe amenities that you've come to expect from the powerful Western drama. (Refresh your memory by streaming seasons 1 to 4 exclusively on Peacock.) Located in Utah, the 8,500-square-foot home sleeps 22 people in 17 beds, and everywhere you look, you'll see the stunning High Uintah Mountains. There's a 12-person (!) hot tub, a Viking barbecue, outdoor covered dining area, fire pit and gated entry. Kids and bouncy adults will enjoy the in-ground trampoline and running around the acre of green grass on property or communing with the horses roaming their 16-acre pasture. Oh, and the whole thing is surrounded by a private trout-fishing lake with waterfalls.
You're only 25 minutes from Park City, Utah, in case you want to indulge in world-class dining or get close to another kind of outdoor mogul (the ski lifts are running an extra two weeks until April 23, 2023). Or take an hour's drive north to Ogden, where you can visit Beth Dutton's literal stomping grounds, the Schwartz & Meyer bank building and the Outlaw Saloon. Of course, there's a price to be paid for your proximity to all this natural beauty and televised intrigue: a cool $2,881 per night, with a four-night minimum. But if you split the nightly fee among 17 lodgers, it comes out to less than $200 per night, a reasonable price to pay to scratch your cowboy-cation itch.
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