Fall in Teton Valley is such a wonderful time of year. You’ll experience yellows and reds as the leaves begin to change from shedding their vibrant green giving their last hoorah to summer. Especially in a destination ski town when the hype for the first powder day is just around the corner. In the valley, you can enjoy all of the local fall events. There is always so much to do and see, from live music and delicious food to the Downtown Driggs Trick-or-Treat experience on Halloween. Visit Teton Valley, and bring people together to create lasting memories under the Tetons. 

Hiking is a no-brainer activity to do in Teton Valley. It is a wonderful way to enjoy the beautiful weather and scenery during the season. Make sure to dress in layers, wear comfortable shoes, and bring plenty of water and snacks for the journey. Within a few miles of Teton Valley Cabins, there are so many great trails to explore, with the colors of the changing leaves creating a breathtaking backdrop across the mountains. Don’t forget to bring your dog along for the hiking adventure. At Teton Valley Cabins we accommodate the entire family, even the doggos, so everyone can enjoy the trip.

Keep your eyes peeled for the smile-inducing business and nonprofit scarecrows that will soon appear 5th Annual Driggs Scarecrow Contest. You are invited to stroll around downtown Driggs to see the scarecrows and vote for your favorite via attached QR codes or visit www.downtowndriggs.org from October 10-31. Make a night of it by visiting local shops and dining at a local restaurant.

On Halloween, October 31, from 3-5 p.m., join the fun (and safe!) downtown Driggs Trick-or-Treat experience with participating local businesses.

Scarecrow Contest     

(Source Downtown Driggs Association)

If you are lucky enough to visit on the weekends towards the end of thesummer/early fall be sure to check out the Farmers Market. The local farmers’ markets offer fresh produce and handmade crafts with a special mountain touch.

Teton Valley Cabins is positioned in the heart of some of the most beautiful parks in the country. The nearby national parks and forests provide endless opportunities for hiking, camping, and wildlife watching. Teton Valley is the place to be this fall for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and reconnect with nature.

To make your trip easier we want to offer a fall special to anyone who would like to experience the magic of the valley in the fall. 


Stay and Save! Teton Valley Cabins is your Basecamp for Fall Adventure. 

Stay 2 nights and get 20% off!

Stay 3 nights and get 30% off!

*reservations must be made by October 15 to receive offer (we can assess booking volume and activity at that date)

Click here to Book!

Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival Fair with Teton Valley Art Market, 10-3 pm, Driggs City Center Plaza, Driggs

Saturday, September 23rd

Join the community in celebration of the migration of Sandhill Cranes through Teton Valley at this annual event. The festival will include crane tours, workshops, live storytelling, guided painting, a film screening, speaker, and a Saturday community celebration with Teton Valley Art Market.

In conjunction with the Teton Valley Art Market, with more than 20 local artist booths, there will be delicious food and drinks available for purchase from Juanita’s Tamales and Highpoint Cider, crane-themed performances by Idaho Falls School of Ballet, Summit School of the Arts, and Hispanic Heritage Dancers. Look out for family-friendly activities and crafts throughout the day. This fall festival is free to attend. 

(Source Teton Land Trust) 

Be sure to explore Yellowstone National Park during the autumn season, it is truly breathtaking. The park is known for its stunning natural beauty, and it was even more vibrant during this time of year. The trees were ablaze with colors ranging from fiery oranges to deep burgundies, creating an awe-inspiring backdrop for our adventures.

A classic favorite experiences is hiking along the park’s trails, which offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. We even spotted some wildlife, including elk and bison, which added to the already magical atmosphere.

Another highlight when visiting the park’s geothermal features, such as the iconic Old Faithful geyser. Watching the water shoot up into the air is a mesmerizing sight, and the steam rising from the hot springs creates a beautiful contrast against the autumn backdrop.

Overall, exploring Yellowstone during the autumn season is an unforgettable experience. The park’s natural beauty is truly awe-inspiring, and with easy access to West Yellowstone from Teton Valley Cabins, it’s a must-see while you are staying with us.

If you are looking for an affordable and family-friendly trip to take before the holiday craze sets in, stay at Teton Valley Cabins. The cabins are a great place to host family reunions, birthday getaways, anniversaries, and more. We can’t wait to see you here and experience all this captivating valley has to offer.

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