The wildflowers are starting to pop all over the valley. Southern exposures in particular are showing color. Soon the bloom will be working its way North into Yellowstone. Truly amplifying the overall Park experience. The majority of the bloom is currently in the Southern end of the valley. For optimal viewing I would suggest hiking or biking in the Munger Mountain, Cache Creek, Game Creek or Snow King Mountain areas. All of these areas are starting to gain good color …Read More
The Jackson Hole Rodeo is an event not to be missed. The rodeo occurs on most Wednesday and Saturday nights throughout the summer season. A true western event, featuring local talent. There are a number of events featuring roping and riding, and of course bull riding!Read More
Distance: 2.5 miles, 5 miles round trip
Goodwin Lake is a classic Jackson Hole hike, providing some beautiful views of the Tetons. Goodwin Lake is located on the eastern side of the valley and its trail head is accessed via the National Elk Refuge. Getting to the trail head provides a scenic drive through the refuge.
The trail begins with a few climbs and then undulates for most the remaining hike. Its nice to get the elevation gain …Read More
Teton Village Summer Activities are numerous. Horseback riding, chuckwagon dinners, bungee trampoline, biking, aerial adventure course, scenic rides, climbing wall, aerial tram, pop-jet water fountain, dining.Read More
Wednesday, June 29
GALACTIC with opening act: Canyon Kids
The JacksonHoleLive! concert series continues to provide quality entertainment to the community. Throughout the summer, live music is available at the Snow King Ballpark. The ballpark is located at the base of Snow King mountain. This all-ages evening concert series is a welcome addition to the music scene in Jackson. Coming to fruition after years of anticipation, hope, and hard work this has finally …Read More
The Jackson Hole People’s Market occurs on Wednesday evenings from 4pm to 7pm. The market occurs at the Phil Baux Park at the base of Snow King Mountain. The growth of the market has been enjoyable and a pleasure to watch. The market’s popularity simply reinforces the fact that Americans are finally getting back in touch with local produce.
The shift in awareness of healthy, locally produced produce and its positive effect on local economies …Read More
July 4th 2015 will be a fun filled day in Jackson Hole, actually the 3rd & 4th look pretty good. There is a lot to keep you busy from sun up to sun down. Be prepared for the crowds. There tends to be more vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic than any other day in the valley. It is good to find a nice parking spot, try the public parking garage located on Millward, then set out by foot or by …Read More
Sunday June 19th, 2016
11th Annual Crawfish Boil
The Jackson Hole Crawfish Boil is a celebration of Louisiana tradition in the heart of the Tetons. Great music, great food, and even better people. This newer “Jackson Hole Tradition” is a favorite for many locals, especially our Southern born. There will be live music starting at 5:30pm, boiled crawfish with corn & potatoes, the best red beans-n-rice in the West provided by Sweetwater Restaurant. There will be …Read More