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    Plan Your Trip

    Where to go, where to stay, and how to get there.

    Getting to Jackson Hole is easy. The hard part is fitting all there is to do into your trip.

    With so many great places to stay, eat, and play and endless activities to experience, planning a trip to Jackson Hole is an adventure in itself. But don’t worry: below we’ve mapped out the best way to get to town, where to stay once you’ve arrived (everything from campgrounds to luxury hotels), how to use public transportation and bike paths to get around, and the can’t-miss places to see and experience while you’re in Jackson Hole.

    Wildlife in Grand Teton National Park.

    Getting Here

    Getting to Jackson Hole is easier than ever, with non-stop flights from major cities across the United States to Jackson Hole Airport (JAC)—the only airport in a national park and just 20 minutes from the town of Jackson.


    Places to Go

    Jackson Hole forms an expansive piece of the West. Learn where the main attractions are, including which spots to hit, from Grand Teton National Park to Yellowstone National Park and everywhere in between.


    Places to Stay

    Whether you feel like roughing it or living in style, camping spots, hostels, hotels, and luxury digs have you covered.



    Keep your distance. Give bears, other large carnivores, and large nesting birds at least 100 yards of space. And give all other animals, including bison, elk, and moose, at least 25 yards of space.


    There's plenty to explore any season in Jackson Hole.

    • Winter

      A snow-filled landscape offers both wild and cozy experiences for everyone. Along with world-class skiing and snowboarding, you can discover snowmobiling, sleigh rides, hot springs, fireside moments, and so much more.

    • Spring

      As the snow melts and the Tetons defrost, the Jackson Hole valley comes alive with signs of life: rivers swell with snow runoff, fields and trees burst into green, and wildlife comes out of hibernation with their young.

    • Summer

      Find your perfect adventure hiking, biking, climbing, and fishing or sit back and take in wild mountain, river, and wildlife views. No matter how you choose to spend your summer days in the Tetons, you’ll be connecting to the wild like you never have before.

    • Fall

      As the leaves change and mountain peaks get dusted with snow, scenic drives, bike rides, and hikes can offer the area’s most beautiful views of the year. Jackson and the national parks slow down a bit as summer winds down and wildlife begin preparation for winter.


    Travel Resources

    Plan your trip

    For trip planning inquiries, including questions about area activities, attractions, and services, please contact Visitor Services at or 307.733.3316.