The Miller Ranch is located on Elk Refuge Road, north of Jackson, Wyoming.

The National Elk Refuge is a unit of the US Fish and Wildlife Service located in Jackson, Wyoming. Miller Ranch was founded by Robert Miller and his family in the 1890s. The Miller Ranch functioned for many years as a central meeting location for the community of Jackson Hole as it grew as a cattle ranching area. After the US government created an elk refuge in Jackson, the Miller Ranch was incorporated into the National Elk Refuge and served as its base of operations. The Miller house was opened to the public as a visitor center in 2005.

Recent Submissions

  • Miller Ranch Interpretive Plan, National Elk Refuge 

    Contributor:Humstone, Mary
    Date:2005-08-01
    The Miller Ranch interpretive plan recommends interpreting the Miller house as it was when the Millers lived there, and using the other ranch buildings, include a historic Forest Service office and a large livestock and ...