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15 Things to do in Jackson Hole, Wyoming [With Suggested Tours]

By Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor July 3rd, 2021 Posted in North America Travel Blog, Travel Blog No comments

Jackson is a town in Wyoming. It has a lot of beautiful natural resources and fun activities that await you! It is the home to 3 ski areas: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King Mountain Resort, and Grand Targhee Resort.

So if you love skiing, Jackson Hole is a paradise for you. But of course, this place is for everyone, so even if you’re not into skiing, you’d still be able to enjoy the town even on the other seasons.

In this article, we listed down the 15 things that you can do while you’re in Jackson Hole, whether it be a winter season or not. So go and check them out. 

Best Things to do in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

1. Town Square

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This town square has a central park wherein you can just relax since there are a lot of benches available. Not only that but there are also a lot of restaurants and shops around the area for visitors to go to. However, most stuff here is a little bit pricey.

2. National Museum of Wildlife Art


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Art that focuses on wildlife. For all the wildlife enthusiasts, this is a must-visit! The setting of the museum is also gorgeous. The outside offer great views and the inside has a lot of paintings, sculptures, and exterior art. Never miss this one out!

Suggested Tour: National Museum of Wildlife Art Entry Tickets

3. National Elk Refuge

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The National Elk Refuge was created in 1912 to provide winter habitat for Jackson’s elk herd. It is one of the largest elk herds on Earth. If you are to visit this place, then you should go during the winter season as you won’t see any Elk in seasons. They come down in the winter.

4. Laurance Rockefeller Preserve


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Get closer to nature by visiting Laurence Rockefeller Preserve. Do a little bit of hiking and see a lot of breathtaking views and you might get a chance to encounter some animals too like bears (so it is also recommended to bring bear spray). This trip is surely enjoyable, especially for thrill-seekers and adventure lovers!

5. Antelope Flats

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Antelope flats offer a stunning view of the Grand Tetons and the occasional antelope. The place is really picturesque with mountains around that are very soothing in the eyes. So if you want to get a chance to view the wildlife and beautiful scenery, then take a drive out Antelope Flats.

Suggested Tour: Grand Teton National Park Half Day Tour

6. Rendezvous Mountain

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If you love skiing, then challenge yourself in Rendezvous Mountain. It ranks as the most challenging mountain to ski in the country. But if you’re not into skiing, then you can visit in the summer season for a great hike (or by using a tram) to reach the summit. Have a memorable experience and enjoy the wonderful view at the top!

7. Images of Nature by Thomas Mangelsen


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Beautiful photographs by a great photographer. Images of Nature by Thomas Managelsen is a must-visit when you’re in Jackson Hole. You’d be in awe because it has a lot of gorgeous pictures of nature and wildlife. You shouldn’t miss this one out.

8. Granite Hot Springs


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A great way to relieve your stress or to freshen up. Granite Hot Springs has a good temperature that you’d really feel relax while soaking in the water. To go here, you need to go through a dirt road so it might be challenging, but the views on the way are really beautiful. 

9. Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center


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This center offers a beautiful sight that’s perfect for families or couples. You could do a lot of activities here like sightseeing, hiking, whitewater rafting, seeing waterfalls, fishing, shopping, ropes course, all these activities are available here! This is really a place that no one should miss.

10. Jackson Hole Winery


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This is a family-owned winery, They grow or source their grapes from the Sonoma, Napa, and Walla Walla areas. They offer tours or tasting by appointment only so you should book in advance. The wine tasting happens in two different places during the summer and winter seasons. In the summer it takes place in their historic barn overlooking Spring Creek, and in the winter it’s held in their Town Square Tasting Room, 45 W Broadway. If you love wine, then head to this place!

11. Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum


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Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum aims to collect, preserve and explore the cultural, and related natural history of Jackson Hole. So if you’re interested enough to learn about the history of Jackson Hole, this is the place for you.

12. Wyoming Stargazing


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This is the loveliest way to observe the stars! While looking at the stars, you could also learn about what you’re looking for. Wyoming Stargazing provides public and private stargazing events, as well as astronomy lectures and planetarium programs. So if this isn’t on your bucket list yet, you might be missing something!

13. Wild By Nature Gallery


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Upon going into this gallery, you’d get to see science specimens like fossils and excellent photography. People of all ages would really enjoy this place. And you can buy some art if you want to, although some of them are a bit pricey, they’re all worth it. 

14. Outpost

This is a great place to stay in when you’re in Jackson Hole. The management is very accommodating and friendly! This place is very comfortable and clean that it would make your stay in the place more memorable and relaxing. 

15. The Brookover Gallery

This fine art photography has a large selection of finest landscapes, animals, and forms photography by renowned artist David Brookover. Spend an hour here and you won’t regret anything. If you like a certain piece of art, then you can buy one, but it’s also a bit pricey but definitely worth it. 

Things to do with 3 days in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Day 1 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole Winery Start your trip with a great experience in Jackson Hole Winery. Especially if you’re a wine lover. Just remember to look at the location of their wine tasting before going here.

Day 2 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center Spend your second day with a blast, Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center has a lot of fun activities for people of all ages. You shouldn’t miss this one out!

Day 3 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Town Square Spend your last day in Town Square in Jackson Hole. There are a lot of restaurants and shops here for you to buy souvenirs or other stuff, although a bit pricey but all worth it!

Frequently Asked Questions about Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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1. Is it safe to travel to Jackson Hole, Wyoming?

Compared to other cities in the US, Jackson Hole is a little bit unsafe. However, it is not totally dangerous, so it is still safe for tourists to travel here.

2. When is the best time to visit Jackson Hole, Wyoming?

The best time to visit Jackson Hole is during the Spring and Fall season. The weather is really nice and cool. However, if you like skiing, then you could also visit during the winter season.

3. How to get to Jackson Hole, Wyoming?

Jackson Hole Airport is the main airport in Jackson Hole. There are some airports who fly directly there, however, most don’t so you need a connecting flight. You can check Skyscanner for available and cheaper flights. 

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About the Writer

Fatima Turla2

Hi there! I’m Fatima. My first major travel was in 2016 in the beautiful city of Cebu. After that, I got interested in traveling. Now I enjoy learning languages and other country’s cultures. My goal is to visit at least one country each year and to share my experiences with other people through writing or blogging. Witness my journey by following me on Instagram.

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