Yellowstone fans! This may be THE news you have been waiting to hear your whole entire life! Did you know you can stay at the real Dutton Ranch from everyone's favorite show, Yellowstone? The ranch you see on the show week after week? Who's down for a road trip? Slumber party? I'm in if you are! Let's check out the details.

So we know that the Dutton Ranch featured on the show is located in Darby Montana. Did you know that on the property there are actual cabins available to rent?

According to travelandleisure.com, the owners of what is actually known as Chief Joseph Ranch, (it is only called Dutton Ranch on the show) are making two cabins on the property available to rent for Yellowstone fans. And even those of us who see that beautiful Montana backdrop on the show and wish we could visit. Well now you can!

WHICH CABINS ARE AVAILABLE TO RENT?

One is Lee Dutton's cabin and the other is the one Rip and Beth live in on the show.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO STAY?

Depends on which cabin you stay in. Lee Dutton's cabin is available for $1,200 a night for up to 4 people, with each additional guest having to pay a $50 surcharge.

Rip's cabin is understandably a little more. Per night you will pay $1,500 for 4 people, same $50 surcharge each additional guest.

HOW MANY DOES IT SLEEP?

Up to 8 guests can sleep in each cabin.

ARE THERE ANY EXTRA PERKS WITH A NIGHTS STAY?

If you stay in the cabins, you will receive a complete tour of the ranch.

Let's goooooo! This would make the perfect gift for a true Yellowstone fan for Christmas! To check availability for the cabins and the amenities each offers, visit this website.

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