Jackson Hole provides its residents and visitors a unique experience into mountain life. Jackson Hole is nestled at the foot of the Teton Mountain Range and is a part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the largest intact ecosystem in the lower 48. Jackson is the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and is home to the National Elk Refuge. The presence of these protected public lands makes Jackson Hole a highly sought after destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
Only 3% of the land in Jackson Hole is owned privately with only 1% remaining for potential development. The rugged landscape and wild nature of Jackson Hole will remain relatively untouched due to the expansive protected lands that surround the area. The community of Jackson Hole has historically been committed to preserving and protecting its natural treasures for generations to come.
A strong sense of community is ever present in Jackson Hole. Over 200 active non-profit organizations are present in the area, Jackson is one of the strongest philanthropic communities in the west. The annual Old Bills Fun Run For Charities raises over $12 million dollars a year for local charities.
Jackson Hole is the perfect place to experience the mountain lifestyle with a perfect blend of wilderness, culture, and adventure.