We offer a wide range of activities: horse back riding, over night pack trips, hot springs, guided fly fishing, hiking, hunting, archery, gold panning (yes, gold panning), target shooting, photography hunts and family activities including volleyball, kickball, campfires, and simply relaxing by the pool.
Comfortably appointed with a warm feel.
The Diamond D Ranch has three two-bedroom cabins (each sleep six), one large four-bedroom cabin (sleeps ten), and two suites. In addition, there is the main lodge which includes 5 bed and breakfast style rooms with either twin or queen beds.
taste tempting meals served family style
We're proud of our fully equipped kitchen and our imaginative menus. Served family style in the lodge dining room or at outdoor barbecues. From that first whiff of fresh brewed coffee, bacon and eggs, and hot cakes.
A variety of beautiful Idaho adventures.
·Horseback Riding, Hunting, Fly Fishing, Custom Guided Pack Trips, Hiking, Gold Panning, Horseshoes, Archery, Target Shooting, Photography Hunts, Campfires, Swimming, Planned Yard Games (volleyball, badminton, kickball)
Live. Laugh. Love.
If you are looking for a private setting, fresh air, and absolutely amazing views, our family owned and operated ranch is the location for you. Whether you choose to have an outdoor wedding or say your vows in our chapel built by hand, you'll create a lifetime of memories.
Retreats and Events
reward your staff
The ranch and its facilities are perfectly suited to small conferences, sales meetings, seminars, etc. We have a conference room available for such retreats. Groups from 25 to 35 persons are easily accommodated. The ranch must be reserved on an exclusive basis and minimum guarantees are required.
hundreds of sq. miles of pristine territory
Are you ready for the big game hunt and adventure of a lifetime? If so, then you have come to the right place! The Frank Church is approximately 2.4 million acres, the second largest wilderness area outside the state of Alaska. The Demorest family first stepped foot on the Diamond D Ranch in 1951 and began big game outfitting in 1960.