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The National Elk Refuge
The National Elk Refuge sits just north of the town of Jackson and just south of Grand Teton National Park. Established as a feeding grounds and winter habitat for the Jackson Hole elk herd, it is a site to see during the winter months. The National Wildlife Art Museum offers sleigh rides through the elk refuge. They provide you with extra wool blankets to stay warm and take you right up next to the grazing herd. During the summer months you won't find any elk on the refuge, but you can still walk or drive out the Elk Refuge Road for great views of the Tetons and access to National Forest trails and camping spots. Go to the National Elk Refuge Site for more information.