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Our family has been in Jackson Hole for over 100 years. Which is to say, we love working with guests to make the most of their time here. 

Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park are our backyard. The stunning views, world-famous geothermal features (like Old Faithful) and some of the most diverse wildlife in the world will sure to be a highlight of any trip. Let our team help you schedule activities, whether it is hiking, horseback riding, float trips or guided fly-fishing, or just a tour in your car.
Teton Park

Is literally right out your front door
Yellowstone Park

40 miles from
Teton Cabins
Old Faithful Geyser

1.5 hour drive from Teton Cabins
for every season
Horseback Riding

Your time in the "Last of the Old West" is not complete without getting on horseback. Cowboy up with a local outfitter on trails that some of the first settlers used. Guided rides offer access into the area's pine forests and great photos along the way.

Horseback Riding

Your time in the "Last of the Old West" is not complete without getting on horseback. Cowboy up with a local outfitter on trails that some of the first settlers used. Guided rides offer access into the area's pine forests and great photos along the way.


Thousands of miles of trails throughout Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks offer escapes into the wild for every ability level. From scenic hikes into the Grand Tetons to full-day excursions into Yellowstone, expect to see wildlife and experience the serenity only nature can offer. We offer complimentary pepper spray for guests. (Our guests have never had a bad experience, but it is smart to be always be "bear aware.")

Float Trips & Rafting

An icon of the West, the Snake River stretches across the foot of the Teton Mountains and through the valley. The 10-mile scenic float offers breathtaking views of the mountains, not to mention bald eagles, moose, otters, beavers and a whole host of other "locals." Seeking an adrenaline rush? Whitewater trips cover class 3 rapids through the Snake River Canyon. Just plan to get wet.


Jackson Hole is a destination for anglers of every level. The valley's lakes and rivers are fed by runoff from the surrounding mountains. Generally, the Snake River and Buffalo Fork "turn on" for trout fishing in mid-July and fish well through September, while smaller upstream creeks and tributaries become active earlier in the summer. Teton Cabins is located 10 miles from Jackson Lake, which offers boat and shore fishing. Please contact us for fishing guide recommendations.

Grand Teton
National Park
The Grand Tetons have long captivated and inspired the hearts of visitors from around the world. Home to some of the most diverse wildlife in the world, this valley offers unrivaled experiences every season of the year. The Mountains are calling.
Nature in its Purest State
From moose, bison, antelope and elk, to grizzley bears and wolves, grand teton and yellowstone national parks are home to a wild bounty of wildlife. be curteous and give animals plenty of space.

Teton Cabins offers complimentary pepper spray for hikers.
What to Explore
A glacial lake at the foot of the Grand Teton, Jenny Lake and the surrounding sagebrush flats attract all kinds of animals, from elk and moose to grizzly and black bears. Hiking trails offer access into the vast Teton wilderness, including Inspiration Point, which provides stunning valley-wide views.
oxbow bend
Tucked just inside the entrance to Grand Teton National Park, this meandering offshoot of the Snake River is home to a surprising diversity of wildlife. A bird watcher's paradise, the stretch of water is frequented by bald eagles, osprey and trumpeter swans — not to mention, beavers, otters, bears and moose.
Mormon Row
The historic Mormon Row on Antelope Flats was one of the first settlements in Jackson Hole. Today, visitors can expect to see bison, antelope, coyotes, and birds of prey alongside the iconic structures, which are the most photographed barns in the world.
National Park
The nation's first national park, Yellowstone’s geological features are unlike anywhere else on earth. The Park has about 10,000 thermal features, including more than 300 geysers and 290 waterfalls.
Natural Wonder unto its Own
The Yellowstone caldera is home to some of the most active hydrothermal features in world. From Old Faithful to the Great Yellowstone Falls to the Grand Prismatic, these natural wonders have to be experienced to be understood.
old faithful geyser
Old Faithful, perhaps the most famous geyser, has become an emblem of Yellowstone. Once you see it for yourself, you will understand why.
Jackson Hole
Jackson Hole, the "Last of the Old West," offers endless possibilities for every traveler. The valley's thousands of miles of trails offer access into the majestic mountains, while its impressive lakes and rivers provide some of the best fishing and recreation in the West. Adventure awaits at every turn.
Welcome to the
Last of the West
Jackson Hole offers a wealth of activities for every visitor. Enjoy endless outdoor recreation, renowned shopping, dining and night life, and iconic events, like the Jackson Hole Rodeo, the Nightly Shootout at the Town Square, the Grand Teton Music Festival, the Teton County Fair, Old West Days and the Fall Arts Festival. Here, the Spirit of the Old West is alive and vibrant.
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Cowboy Up
The Jackson Hole Rodeo exhibits the true spirit of the West with calf roping, barrel racing, bull riding, and kids’ events. You’ll find all this and more every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. Dust off your boots, grab a cold one and experience a tradition as old as the West itself.
Town Square
The “Town Square” was once where ranchers came to stock up on supplies and hear the latest news from around the valley at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. And it still is.

Today, the Town Square is home to local shops, dining and nightlife. After a day in the mountains, unwind with a meal at any one of the valley's celebrated restaurants and belly up at the Silver Dollar or Cowboy Bar, where local folklore flows as easy as the local brews.
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