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.
Jackson Hole looks different during COVID-19. Check out these stats as you plan your visit to help keep us all clean, careful and connected.
Updated monthly with average destination capacity
For month of November
Staying wild looks different right now. And that’s okay. Trust that we’re putting your safety and the safety of our community first. But we need your help. By following our Clean, Careful, and Connected measures, we can all stand as a united front against COVID-19.
Wash your hands regularly and sneeze into your elbow, not your hands.
Mask or face covering is REQUIRED in Teton County and the Town of Jackson. Maintain social distancing of 6 feet.
Stay informed with the most up-to-date info at JHcovid.com.
The latest information and community resources can be found here.
Teton County Mask Order: 7/20/20
All persons in Teton County including the Town of Jackson must wear a Face Covering in the following situations: When they are inside or in line to enter any Place of Business, when obtaining services at health care operations, when riding public transit.....
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Lodging properties in Jackson are open. Please check here for more information.
All campgrounds are closed for the winter.
Jackson Hole restaurants are open for business. Some are offering take-out only or reservations only. For an up-to-date list of restaurant services, please click here.
From November through April, some roads, all campgrounds, and most visitor facilities are closed or have reduced hours in Grand Teton National Park. Yellowstone National Park interior roads are closed to vehicles and winter travel restrictions apply to all areas except Mammoth to Northeast entrance. Facilities are limited. For more information, please go directly to their websites.
Keeping the safety of customers and staff in mind, modifications have been put in place. This is an important time to support Jackson businesses that are providing vital services for our community. Click here for the latest information on which Jackson businesses are open.
Three major grocery stores in Jackson Hole remain open for business. All three are offering early shopping hours for the elderly and immunocompromised: Albertsons, 7–9 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday; Smith’s, 7–8 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and Jackson Whole Grocer , 7–8 a.m. on Thursday. Jackson Whole Grocer is also offering online shopping and curbside pickup. Smaller grocery stores in the area that remain open for business are Aspens Market and Hungry Jack’s on the Westbank and Pearl Street Market in town.
We value our visitors and our local community. Please follow the CDC's guidelines above.
If flying into Jackson Hole this winter, there are several options for traveling around the valley. Some hotels offer a shuttle service from the airport to their location. If not, there are plenty of cabs available curbside. Uber is another option. Jackson Hole is a large valley so you may prefer to rent a car to provide more flexibility and social distancing options. Rental cars are available at the airport. Parking at the ski resorts will be limited this year, so plan ahead. If you are spending the day at JHMR, park your car at the Stilson transportation lot and ride the FREE START bus to the village. The ride takes 15 minutes. Masks are required and the windows will be open for safety, so dress accordingly. Capacity will be limited so you may have to wait for a second bus.
See how Jackson Hole local businesses are adapting to stay Clean, Careful and Connected.