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.
The heart of the valley, The Town of Jackson, is located between the base of Snow King Mountain and the National Elk Refuge. Historic Jackson offers its residents and visitors easy access to fine dining, boutique hotels, art galleries, and shops. (Read More)
The North of Jackson area offers panoramic views of the Teton Mountain Range. This area is just south of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. The Airport is centrally located within the area. The North of Jackson area embodies the wide open spaces. (Read More)
On the southern end of the valley sits the historic South Park or South of Jackson. This area is home to many of the more equestrian friendly properties in Jackson Hole. South Park offers open and expansive views of the Snake River Mountain Range. (Read More)
The South of Wilson Area encompasses all properties west of the Snake River and South of the Town of Wilson. A variety of home ownership options are available in this area from homes on the valley floor to elevated and treed properties to river front estates. South of Wilson is home to the Historic Crescent H Ranch. (Read More)
North of Wilson includes all properties west of the Snake River and from the Town of Wilson North to Teton Village. This location encompasses 3 distinct areas: Wilson proper, Fish Creek Road and the Moose-Wilson Road to Teton Village. Real Estate in this area ranges from single family homes steps from town to condos and townhomes. (Read More)
The West of Jackson area is conveniently located between Jackson, Wilson and Teton Village. Panoramic views of the Teton and Snake River Mountain Ranges are unmatched. Visitors return to the Amangani and Spring Creek Resorts year after year to enjoy the stunning mountain views. (Read More)
Teton Village is home to the World Class Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a year round resort that offers world renowned skiing and cultural events like The Grand Teton Music Festival and the summer concert series. The Four Seasons Resort sits slopeside and is one of many luxury resort options and Shooting Star Resort features a Tom Fazio golf course. (Read More)
The west slope of the Teton Range, Teton Valley, Idaho includes the towns of Victor, Driggs, and Tetonia. Often referred to as the quiet side of the Tetons, Teton Valley offers beautiful mountain views and incredible recreating. At the south end of Teton Valley, Victor offers a friendly mountain town with 360 degree mountain views and is home to Teton Springs Golf Resort. (Read More)
Alta, WY is home to Grand Targhee Resort, known for it’s impressive snowfall, sweeping views and smaller crowds. People come for the downhill skiing, but fall in love with the Nordic skiing, mt. biking and music festivals. Alta residents have easy access to the Teton River, Huntsman Springs and town amenities in Driggs, ID, but they enjoy the tax benefits of residing in the State of Wyoming. (Read More)