Dirty Pants Ranch is a wedding venue situated in Jackson, Wyoming. This rustic event space is nestled nearby the Bridger-Teton National Forest, where abundant wildlife and wildflowers abound. Majestic views of the Wyoming Range, Beaver Mountain, and Creampuff Peak will provide a panoramic backdrop for your wedding photos. Here, you can celebrate your unique love story in a tranquil, picturesque setting.
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Couples seeking a casual, artsy, yet elegant ranch venue for their big day will delight in the Dirty Pants Ranch's offerings. The barn has a capacity for between 80 and 100 guests, with ample space for a band, dancing, and entertainment. Lofty wooden beams and an arched ceiling characterize the renovated barn, where rustic charm meets subtle refinement. You can opt for an impeccable 23-foot Airstream, which can be hired as a private preparation area for you and your wedding party. There is a one-bedroom cabin and a 7,500 sq foot house on the ranch that can be rented for an extended stay.
Dirty Pants Ranch requires couples to hire a wedding planner and self-contained caterers. Couple are also required to purchase Event Insurance for the wedding.
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Kate's partner purchased Dirty Pants Ranch in 1999 after falling in love with Jackson Hole and specifically the hidden gem of the Hoback Canyon. The ranch encompasses 250 acres with the vast majority of it placed in a conservation easement, meaning the land can never be developed more than it currently is.
Kate has lived in Jackson, Wyoming for 12 years. She, too, fell in love with the Tetons and the vast expanse of Wyoming. She has two boys, ages 6 and 9 years old, who love boating the Snake River and skiing the Tram. Kate works as a reading therapist and loves climbing, traveling, being on the river, skiing and playing guitar.