Jackson has a nationally recognized art scene that spans traditional western to modern pop-art.
Why Jackson Hole
A Lifetime of Activities
Jackson is set apart from other rural towns by its uncommon and much lauded juxtaposition of rural beauty and urban comforts, outdoor escapades and indoor delights. It is a place of small-town warmth and grand-scale adventure year-round. Enjoy world-class skiing at Jackson Hole (ranked #1 by Forbes), world-class fishing in the pristine Snake or Gros Ventre Rivers, or endless miles of biking and hiking trails. Make a day trip into the nation’s first national parks -- Yellowstone and Grand Teton -- or motorboat at the base of Mount Moran.
By night, enjoy a 5-star dining scene, music festivals, rodeos, and dancing. Bounce between multiple gold-medalist small breweries or the over 22 art galleries and their globally recognized artists old and new.
Known for outdoor recreation,
rich with arts and community
Enjoy music festivals year round or weekly dancing at the historic Wort Hotel.
Jackson's culinary scene has a long history of incorporating local ingredients sourced from organic farms and ranches in Teton County, or the several farmers markets in town.
The Grand Teton Music Festival pulls together a world-class orchestra for weekly concerts in the summer months.
The Tetons are widely respected as the birthplace of American mountaineering culture.
With a winning mix of snowfall, topography, and glades northwest Wyoming is a world-class snowmobiling destination. Some of the best lies at the doorstep of GVRR.
The Jackson Hole Airport serves over 10 connecting hubs and makes this property incredibly accessible and convenient
Jackson Hole, Wyoming is known as the birthplace of the world’s first national park, the “crucible of conservation” and a global Mecca for outdoor recreation. In Teton County, a love for outdoor adventure and commitment to conservation efforts have evolved in tandem with Jackson Hole, and the symbiotic partnership lies at the heart of the community’s economy and character.
Called the “last of the Old West,” for good reason, Jackson is a quaint, picturesque small town that harkens back to a bygone era. With weekly rodeos, horseback trail rides, chuck wagon dinners and western shops abound, you can relish in endless mountain adventures and indulge your inner cowboy while you take in the history of the region.
After a day spent outdoors, you’ll find a bounty of evening activities on the Town Square to round out the day. From delicious bison burgers at Local, to the famous steak tartare pizza at Snake River Grill, or the world-class sushi at Kampai, Jackson’s dining scene has something special for every palate.
Be sure to save room for drinks and dancing at the renowned Million Dollar Cowboy Bar and, quite literally, saddle up to the bar for an evening in one of Jackson’s favorite watering holes. If you’re still feeling good in your dancing boots, walk around the corner to the equally wild and western Silver Dollar Bar.
If the arts are your passion, Jackson’s Town Square is host to over 12 unique galleries, displaying art that ranges from the abstract to the traditional western, and in the summertime, the town gathers in support of local artisans at the bustling Jackson Hole Art Fair.
And let’s not forget the music. Each spring, Jackson Hole hosts the Rendezvous Music festival with free concerts at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the Town Square. On any given night you can expect local musicians to play at storied venues throughout town, so you’ll never miss a chance to dance.
Jackson is set apart from other rural towns by its uncommon and much lauded juxtaposition of rural beauty and urban comforts, outdoor escapades and indoor delights. It is a place of small-town warmth and grand-scale adventure.