The Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board requests that destination visitors stay home.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we ask that all potential visitors prioritize their own health along with the wellbeing of Jackson Hole and the surrounding communities. We are currently undergoing temporary lodging and business closures and ask that you please remain safe in your homes and communities. For more information please click here.
There’s a mountain town unlike anything else. Gritty. Raw. Unbroken. 42 miles of true west. It’s hidden in a valley, under the shadow of the Tetons, behind the steaming geysers of Yellowstone.
It’s filled with wildlife, wild folks and even a guy called Wild Bill. It’s a place where you can go days without seeing another soul. But you can’t go a day without running into an elk.
It is of the land, by the land and for the land. This place is Jackson Hole, and the locals have been keeping the spirit alive and untamed since 1914.
This is an invitation. To the adventurer. The night owl. The lost. The found. The misfits. The child. The child within. To come explore. To follow in the footsteps and tracks of the locals who have always been champions of the land and the culture that was born out of it.
Who understand that preservation means more than protection. It’s not locking Jackson away, keeping it from the world. It’s about celebrating this wild by respecting it, reveling in it, and channeling the spirit of Jackson.
Jackson is a gateway to something more than ourselves. An opportunity to set ourselves free and to Stay Wild.
Jackson Hole is known as the birthplace of the world’s first national park, and the “crucible of conservation” but also a Mecca for outdoor recreation. Outdoor recreation and conservation have evolved in tandem in Jackson Hole, and the partnership lies at the heart of our community’s environment, economy and character.