Montana Ranch Wedding
Creating Inspiring and Memorable Weddings
Lone Mountain Ranch specializes in spectacular weddings, creating memories that last a lifetime, and in leaving no detail overlooked. Whether you envision an intimate ceremony, a large and luxurious wedding, a formal black tie affair, or western chic nuptials surrounded by the beauty of Montana, we can fit any style. We exceed expectations with a professional culinary and banquet team all to make sure your day is perfect.
The ranch offers authentic indoor venues for up to 100 guests and outdoor events for up to 150 guests.
Check out Layne & Michael’s wedding featured in Martha Stewart Weddings!
Tucked away and nestled within the surrounding forest of the ranch, The Ranch Hall is an authentic Montana setting for rehearsal dinners, receptions, or wedding ceremonies. This venue can host up to 120 guests for a private dinner or reception and 120 guests for a wedding ceremony.
With 360 views that can take your breath way, The Ridge fully encompasses the grandeur and beauty that Big Sky Montana has to offer. The Ridge is the ideal setting for an outdoor ceremony and reception. The Ridge can host up to 150 guests for a ceremony and wedding reception.
Horn & Cantle Restaurant & Saloon
Lone Mountain Ranch’s restaurant and saloon is a beautiful location for a wedding reception. With vaulted ceilings, antler chandeliers, and hardwood floors for dancing, this venue is outstanding. Centrally located on the property with authentic western style.
North Fork Cabin
Take a wagon or a sleigh to our most remote rustic cabin, which lies beside the North Fork Creek and is surrounded by the Gallatin Forest. Private dining and romantic dinners with candlelit ambiance, or extended family get-togethers are all overseen by Horn & Cantle’s Chef Eric Gruber, who is committed to locally sourced ingredients which will give you an authentic taste of Big Sky hospitality.
“I’m in love with Montana. For other states I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection. But with Montana it is love.”