Everything you love about the West in every season…

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, offers a wonderful escape from the daily grind of schedules, commutes, and deadlines with its magnificent Teton Mountain Range and abundant wildlife! Here is a year-around playground with every type of outdoor activity imaginable plus bountiful lodging options.

Jackson Hole has long been referred to as the last of the Old West—a place where Hollywood Western-style romance meets authentic Wyoming ranching culture. While you’re here, you must take the opportunity to enjoy a traditional form of transportation: horseback riding! Horseback riding is a popular pastime and fun for all levels of experience. From the seasoned cowboys to young children, horseback riding can be an amazing adventure in Jackson Hole.

Jackson’s western charm continues to draw visitors while becoming known as a cultural destination. Recognized for our long-time strength in traditional Landscape, Western and Wildlife arts, Jackson is evolving into a cosmopolitan cultural scene given a new $35 million arts center; a unique national museum; a Broadway-ready theater; an international juried film festival; world-renowned orchestral musicians; and now, cutting-edge contemporary art galleries!

And your summer vacation in Jackson Hole isn’t complete without a trip down the Snake River. Floating on the Snake River offers opportunities for relaxing expeditions and whitewater adventures. Consider matching a hot August day with the famous whitewater rapid, Big Kahuna, or pairing a cool September evening with sunset, light hors d’ouvres and cocktails!

If you are an angler, you have certainly heard of the legendary Jackson Hole water located in the heart of trout country. Fishing trips are available along most stretches of the Snake River. Jackson Hole is home to unique sub-species of trout, known as the Snake River Fine-Spotted Cutthroat Trout. These wild and indigenous trout are renowned for their fondness of the dry fly.

Winter in Jackson Hole offers a wide variety of available activities. Known for its three outstanding local ski areas, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Grand Targhee Resort and Snow King Resort, the valley also enables visitors to enjoy off-slope options such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, National Elk Refuge sleigh rides, dog sledding, and wildlife safaris, just to name a few!

The Wyoming Office of Tourism (WOT) is partnering with Wyoming native and professional snowboarder Travis Rice to promote and inspire vacationing in Wyoming this winter. Check out this video to get a better understanding of Winter in Wyoming.

The Hampton Inn Jackson Hole is centrally located in the Town of Jackson, which makes venturing off to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks a breeze!

When planning to visit Jackson, start by booking your stay with the Hampton Inn and we’ll get you headed in the right direction