Vacation Home Property Management Services

WHO WE ARE
Snake River Sporting Club represents a transporting, transcendent threshold into an oasis bordered only by river and wilderness. Intended for the enjoyment of its members, their families, and guests, perspective and pace feel different here: more essential and elemental. Our goal? To create an authentic Jackson Hole experience in a private club setting and deliver the height of Western hospitality. At nearly 1,000 acres, including a fully functioning ranch, the Snake River Sporting Club hosts amenities unlike any other. Curated activities and excursions accumulate into a close kinship with place. Even more than that, this land inspires attunement to nature and a sense of real peace. Welcome.

PEACE OF MIND WHILE HOME AND AWAY
Snake River Sporting Club’s Property Management services are custom tailored to both your home and your family’s needs. Offering turnkey, volume controlled property management services for rental and private homes on property, our experience and in-house resources allow us to provide homeowners with the personal service and attention to detail that homeowners expect, combined with the response, communication and strategic partnership that Snake River Sporting Club is known for.

To learn more about our property management services contact our team at: 307.733.3444

LET US TAKE CARE OF IT
Calling Snake River Sporting Club home is about more than location, it’s about discovering a close kinship with place. While you explore the rare quality of life at Snake River Sporting Club, we work tirelessly to ensure a seamless and outstanding experience, every time. Our skilled concierge team refers to a network of highly vetted partners to provide uniquely tailored services and itineraries. While you are away, our property management team is on hand 24-7 to keep your home safe, sound, and in perfect working order.

THE LAST OF THE WEST
The history of this stretch of the Snake River is in many ways the history of the West. First traversed by Native American tribes who hunted its plentiful wildlife during the summer months, the area eventually drew mountain men to trap along its shores. By 1900, the first bachelor homesteader had laid claim to the land on which the Club now sits—The Lamb’s original cabin still stands near hole 3. A working ranch for decades after that, members are now discovering this slice of the Old West—its riding trails, gentle pastures, granite mountains, and the river that started it all.