Miller Cabin | Grand Teton National Park

This is Miller Cabin.  This cabin sits just outside of the National Elk Refuge near Grand Teton National Park along the road to Flat Creek. It’s a wonderful peaceful property with great views of Teton Mountain out behind the Elk Refuge.

Miller Cabin was the cabin of  Robert A. Miller the first superintendent of  Teton National Monument. Miller took up residence in Jackson Hole in 1865 and then eventually settled along Flat Creek. He helped organize the town of Jackson back in 1901 and was the president of the local bank. His wife actually served two terms as Mayor back in the 1920’s.  Miller was chosen to be the administrator of the Teton Division of the Yellowstone Timberland Reserve and eventually established the National Elk Refuge in 1912 near where this cabin resides.  Miller ran the refuge from the house near this cabin. This cabin served as Miller’s home before his time with the Timberland Reserve when he was with the Forest Service. This cabin is now maintained the U.S. Forest Service.

Miller Cabin | Grand Teton National Park | Rick Louie Photography
Miler Cabin near the National Elk Refuge along the road to Flat Creek in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.

Capture Notes:

  • Michael Criswell

    What a nice scene Rick!

    • RickLouiePhoto

      Thanks, Michael!~

  • ljsaltiel

    Excellent image Rick. I don’t remember this on my past visits. Means I will have to go back.

    • RickLouiePhoto

      Yes you will have to go back! There are so many place in the area I have not been!

  • Rachel Cohen

    Beautiful scene Rick! 🙂

    • RickLouiePhoto

      Thanks, Rachel!

  • Toad Hollow Photo

    Stunning, Rick, just stunning!! What a great place, full of character! You’ve done a top drawer job in pulling this all together in your composition my friend!!