JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER
American Industrialist and philanthropist, former president of the Standard Oil Co.   Rockefeller gained a monopoly in the oil business, established the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, and was a principle benefactor for the University of Chicago.
 
Lodge:  Built by Rockefeller.
 
Rockefeller was so impressed by the awesome natural beauty of the quiet forest glades in the shadow of the towering Teton mountain range, that he purchased 33,000 acres and presented it to the federal government as the founding core of a National Park.  And then he built the Lodge, with all the deluxe comforts of a “home away from home.”  The Lodge is completely surrounded by the greatest luxury of all . . . nature.  The 50 mile long valley is also home to the largest elk herd in America.  A paradise with deer, moose, rare trumpeter swans, and the Snake River - one of the cleanest rivers left in the USA.
 
Accommodations:
37 log cabins nestled in the forest surrounding the Main Lodge.  Uniquely rustic, yet deluxe interiors with custom furnishings and handmade quilts.  Distinctive 1 - 2 rooms with full private baths, 5 with fireplaces.  No TV, radio or phone to assure a true Getaway.  Fax services available.
 
Features:
Swimming pool, horseback riding, bicycles, hiking, guided nature hikes and trail rides.  Enjoy white water and scenic float trips.  Indulge in trout fishing - chefs will even cook your catch of the day.  Tariff includes award winning hearty breakfast and elaborate 6 course dinner.  Entertainment on weekends; shops and  grocery store.
 
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