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 weekly with average destination capacity
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.
Teton County Recommendation #7: Individuals should wear cloth face coverings in public, particularly when it’s hard to keep 6 feet between people. View more details here.
The latest information and community resources can be found here.
As recreational use of our public lands continues to increase and diversify, recreating responsibly is more critical than ever. See the videos below to learn more about recreating responsibly to enhance your experience and preserve our natural assets.
Lodging properties in Jackson are open. Please check here for more information. Please contact your lodging directly to learn more.
Campgrounds now require reservations. Please go to recreation.gov to reserve your site. Availability is released from Fri, April 30th 2021 through Wed, October 6th 2021
Jackson Hole Mountain resort and Grand Targhee Resort close for the season April 11, 2020. Snow King mountain is closed for the Season. For more information go directly to their sites. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Grand Targhee Resort, and Snow King Mountain Resort.
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.
Grand Teton and Yellowstone National parks are plowing roads for the summer season. GTNP interior road opens to vehicle traffic May 1, 2021. Yellowstone national park south entrance opens in mid May. Facilities are limited. For more information, please go directly to nps.gov.
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. Whole Foods 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, 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. Public transportation is also available on our START bus. Masks are required and the windows will be open for safety, so dress accordingly. In the summer months, look for START bicycles around the valley for rent.