Restaurants – Bars in Warm River, Idaho. The history of the ranch spans numerous generations and is both beautiful and rich. The land was homesteaded in the 1920s by Lonnie Allen’s grandpa Fred Lewies, who made it a popular spot for visitors to Yellowstone to stay, fish, eat, and buy fishing equipment. With modest beginnings, Lonnie Allen has grown the company into an award-winning fly-fishing resort, five, fly shops across Idaho, and the best staff of fly-fishing guides in the business. The Bechler section of Yellowstone Park is 16 miles away from our resort, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming is about an hour and a half away. The Henrys Fork of the Snake River is less than a mile away and is flanked by Robinson Creek and Warm River when you enter our gate. We are secluded in our own little canyon with towering trees. A private and opulent cabin is waiting for you. Go fishing in one of the two spring creeks that run through our property, or simply relax on your porch with the complementary bottle of wine while taking in the sounds of the numerous birds that live here.