Reinheimer Ranch was donated to IFP&L in 1977 by Eleanor Reinheimer. The Ranch consists of 110 acres and is maintained as open space adjacent to the city of Ketchum. This property lies between Dollar Mountain and the River Run base of Bald Mountain and is probably the most memorable visual feature reflecting the rustic, rural character of old Ketchum. Preserving the Reinheimer Ranch, including the agriculture fields as an important visual, cultural and historical resource symbolizing the heritage of Ketchum within the entrance corridor.

Reinheimer Ranch’ historical barn roof collapses in the winter of 2017 and is now repaired. 

In February of 2017 the heavy amount of snow that accumulated finally caused the roof to collapse.  The Reinheimer Ranch is a 110-acre property preserved as open space at the southern gateway to Ketchum. It was donated to the Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands in 1977 by Eleanor Reinheimer.  Steve Kearns of KMV Builders restored the roof.