Visit the Old West in a modern resort town. Natural wonders cradle Jackson Hole in all directions. The Teton Range to the west; the Snake River Canyon to the south; Snow King Resort and the Gros Ventre Range to the east; and the Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park to the north.

The iconic Town Square with its elk antler arches acts as the town's hub. Restaurants, hotels, galleries, T-Shirt shops, boutiques, and outdoor gear stores surround it. If driving into Jackson from Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, you'll soon find yourself at the Town Square.


Don’t miss out on activities like tandem paragliding, events like the Snow King Hill Climb, races like the Pole Pedal Paddle, performances like the nightly Town Square “shoot out,” dining out at a fun-filled Chuckwagon, or skiing at the world-renowned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

The town of Jackson has built out nearly as far as possible, yet 97 percent of the valley will forever remain open as National Parks, the Elk Refuge, National Forests and more. Many original ranches either still exist or have donated their land as wildlife habitat.

It’s not hard to understand why Jackson locals have chosen to call this marvelous place home. As the town has grown, more and more residents have moved "over the hill” into Teton Valley, Idaho. The neighboring valley provides all the adventure of Jackson, but with fewer crowds.

Teton Valley Cabins is 35 miles from Jackson, Wyoming. The drive takes 45 minutes to an hour up and over Teton Pass.

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