Ranch History
Our family Ranch and 2 Dog Huntin' cabin is on Diamond Mountain, in Northeastern Utah, which is located 35 miles northeast of Vernal, Utah. Our ranch was homesteaded by our great-great-grandfather in the early 1900s and we operate 1,000 head of beef cattle on it today. It is located in the northeast corner of Utah, stretching into Colorado to the east and closely bordering Wyoming to the north. There is a lot of outlaw history in this country> Famous outlaws like Tom Horn and Butch Cassidy along with his gang "The Wild Bunch" frequented these parts back in the day.

Canyons, draws and lakes have been named after these famous outlaws. Indians frequented these parts in the 1800s and their artifacts are still found on our ranch today. Monuments and historic sites attract tourists from around the world; if time permits, we stop in for a look around. We invite you to visit this site for more information about the area.

Our ranch has hunting terrain suitable for any hunter. From one end to the other there is about every thinkable manner of terrain such as quaking aspen trees, cedars, pines, ponderosas, sage flats, draws, canyons, mountains, ridges and black timber and openings. The hunting scenery is amazing and past clients have mentioned the beauty Diamond Mountain presents. As you scan through our Photo Gallery you will get an idea of the terrain and type of country you can expect to be hunting in.

Cabin Accommodations
We are pleased to offer our beautiful and rustic, yet comfortable cabin for our clients to stay in during their hunt. It features seven bedrooms with three beds in each bedroom as well as two full bathrooms. There is a full kitchen, capable of cooking meals for large groups. The living room has several comfortable couches and chairs to relax on after a day of hunting. We can easily accommodate large groups in our cabin.

Many times our hunters have sat on the front porch of our cabin and experienced the thrill of hearing bull elk bugling away while staring at the mountain. You can look in any direction and see deer and elk grazing along in the pristine Rocky Mountains. To top it off, world class fishing is as close as a five-minute drive to mountain lakes that feed the world-renown Green River.