Jackson Hole is pleased to gradually welcome visitors back to our small town.
Due to our limited health resources, we ask careful consideration of your trip and ask that you please abide by our Clean, Careful, Connected guidelines. For more information please click here.

Clean. Careful. Connected.

We're staying safe so you can stay wild.

WILD WOMEN.

Jackson has always been home to bold and fearless women. Watch our new video celebrating Jackson Hole’s untamed spirits, past and present. Then learn about their backgrounds here.

The last real mountain town.

Jackson Hole is a special place thanks to a longstanding tradition of conservation.

Learn more about our commitment to sustainability and how you can travel responsibly on your visit.

Businesses in Jackson Hole are committed to keeping both visitors and locals safe and healthy this summer. Many local hotels are offering contact-free check-ins and taking extra steps to make sure your room is cleaned and disinfected to high standards. If you have questions about a specific business, many have listed their procedures on their websites, or will happily any questions you have with a quick phone call. #StaySafeToStayWild
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Businesses in Jackson Hole are committed to keeping both visitors and locals safe and healthy this summer. Many local hotels are offering contact-free check-ins and taking extra steps to make sure your room is cleaned and disinfected to high standards. If you have questions about a specific business, many have listed their procedures on their websites, or will happily any questions you have with a quick phone call.

Quiet, misty mornings are what spring in the Tetons is all about.⁠
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Quiet, misty mornings are what spring in the Tetons is all about.⁠

Have you ever seen a red fox? Red foxes are mostly nocturnal, but it’s not unusual for them to be spotted during the day. Their exceptional sight, smell, and hearing abilities makes them excellent hunters. Unlike other mammals, the red fox is able to hear very low-frequency sounds, which helps the fox hunt small animals, even when they’re underground!
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Have you ever seen a red fox? Red foxes are mostly nocturnal, but it’s not unusual for them to be spotted during the day. Their exceptional sight, smell, and hearing abilities makes them excellent hunters. Unlike other mammals, the red fox is able to hear very low-frequency sounds, which helps the fox hunt small animals, even when they’re underground!

What’s this, you ask? The answer is simple, as far as we're concerned: paradise.
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What’s this, you ask? The answer is simple, as far as we're concerned: paradise.

Great news from @nationalparkservice about our backyard park – beginning Monday, 5/18, @grandtetonnps will begin a phased re-opening, increasing recreational access and some limited visitor services. ⁠
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On Monday, 5/18, the Park will open with the following services: ⁠
• Primary road access (Teton Park Road, Moose-Wilson Road and North Park Road) ⁠
• Public restrooms in some areas ⁠
• Day-use hiking on seasonally-accessible trails ⁠
• Riverbank and lakeshore fishing ⁠
• Multi-use pathway system (where free from snow) ⁠
• Limited commercial-use authorization tours (biking, wildlife, etc.) ⁠
• Several viewpoints continue to be accessible along US Highway 89/26/191 ⁠
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With public health in mind, the following facilities remain closed or services are unavailable at this time; ⁠
• Park visitor centers ⁠
• Overnight lodging ⁠
• Food service ⁠
• Boating/floating on river and lakes ⁠
• Marinas ⁠
• Backcountry permits ⁠
• Special-use permits ⁠
• Campgrounds ⁠
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It is anticipated that expanded recreational and visitor services will be available as the park continues a phased opening approach, conditions permitting. When recreating, the public should follow local health guidance, practice Leave No Trace principles, avoid crowding, and avoid high-risk outdoor activities. If you choose to visit Grand Teton National Park during this time, please do so responsibly. ⁠
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For more information from the Park Service, please visit https://bit.ly/gtnp-reopening. ⁠
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Great news from @nationalparkservice about our backyard park – beginning Monday, 5/18, @grandtetonnps will begin a phased re-opening, increasing recreational access and some limited visitor services. ⁠ ⁠ On Monday, 5/18, the Park will open with the following services: ⁠ • Primary road access (Teton Park Road, Moose-Wilson Road and North Park Road) ⁠ • Public restrooms in some areas ⁠ • Day-use hiking on seasonally-accessible trails ⁠ • Riverbank and lakeshore fishing ⁠ • Multi-use pathway system (where free from snow) ⁠ • Limited commercial-use authorization tours (biking, wildlife, etc.) ⁠ • Several viewpoints continue to be accessible along US Highway 89/26/191 ⁠ ⁠ With public health in mind, the following facilities remain closed or services are unavailable at this time; ⁠ • Park visitor centers ⁠ • Overnight lodging ⁠ • Food service ⁠ • Boating/floating on river and lakes ⁠ • Marinas ⁠ • Backcountry permits ⁠ • Special-use permits ⁠ • Campgrounds ⁠ ⁠ It is anticipated that expanded recreational and visitor services will be available as the park continues a phased opening approach, conditions permitting. When recreating, the public should follow local health guidance, practice Leave No Trace principles, avoid crowding, and avoid high-risk outdoor activities. If you choose to visit Grand Teton National Park during this time, please do so responsibly. ⁠ ⁠ For more information from the Park Service, please visit https://bit.ly/gtnp-reopening. ⁠

If you’re lucky, you might see a river otter when you visit the Tetons! They are protected and insulated by a thick, water-repellent coat of fur. A member of the weasel family, river otters are great on both water and land! They are expert swimmers and divers, swimming at an average speed of seven miles per hour. They can stay underwater for up to two minutes! Their eyes are adapted for excellent underwater vision, but otters are nearsighted above water. River otters tend to be shy, but sometimes, they’ll come and say a curious hello to boaters!⁠
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If you’re lucky, you might see a river otter when you visit the Tetons! They are protected and insulated by a thick, water-repellent coat of fur. A member of the weasel family, river otters are great on both water and land! They are expert swimmers and divers, swimming at an average speed of seven miles per hour. They can stay underwater for up to two minutes! Their eyes are adapted for excellent underwater vision, but otters are nearsighted above water. River otters tend to be shy, but sometimes, they’ll come and say a curious hello to boaters!⁠

Take a virtual trip to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from home! Our friends at @jacksonholeecotours have been out exploring the Jackson Hole area, getting some great footage of local critters and signs of spring in the Tetons.⁠
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Tune in at 5:30pm MST on their Facebook for a fun, family-friendly broadcast. Bring your questions for their biologists, your spirit of adventure, and stick around for a chance to win a gift card to their online store. ⁠
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Take a virtual trip to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from home! Our friends at @jacksonholeecotours have been out exploring the Jackson Hole area, getting some great footage of local critters and signs of spring in the Tetons.⁠ ⁠ Tune in at 5:30pm MST on their Facebook for a fun, family-friendly broadcast. Bring your questions for their biologists, your spirit of adventure, and stick around for a chance to win a gift card to their online store. ⁠

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