The Diamond Acre is the last remaining parcel of what was the historic Double Diamond Guest ranch which was established almost 100 years ago for young men from Harvard, Yale and Princeton to spend the summers in a western environment. When the Rockefeller family was acquiring the lands that today comprise the Grand Teton National Park most of the Double Diamond was sold with the owner retaining this parcel which he then named The Diamond Acre. Today it consists of two landmarked cabins which were built 95 years ago as well as a newer modern cabin built in the traditional style of the originals. The cabins can comfortably accommodate eight guests. The Diamond Acre sits at the foot of The Grand Teton and is one of the few remaining inholdings in the park, surrounded by 315,000 acres. Although it is uniquely remote within the park it is an easy 30 minute drive to the town of Jackson and 15 minutes from the airport.