The residential crowd is made up of...a wonderful mix of local year-round residents and vacation homeowners of all ages, who travel to the region to continuously regain a healthy perspective while surrounded by extraordinary nature in the shadow of the Grand Teton and Wyoming Mountain Ranges. Also enjoying our neighborhoods are four-legged residents, including moose, elk, bison, deer, and many varieties of waterfowl and fish.
The community vibe is...focused on the outdoors and the arts. As a more sophisticated year-round resort destination offering world-renowned skiing, hiking, blue ribbon fishing, and world-class golfing, Jackson Hole has activities to satisfy everyone. With only 2.5 percent private land county-wide and the remaining 93.5 percent national parks, national forests, BLM, etc., Jackson residents respect and enjoy the profound unique attributes and amenities of our locale. With such astounding beauty and ever present wildlife, it is impossible to take a bad photo in Jackson Hole on any given day.
The lifestyle offered is...diverse for outdoor and cultural arts enthusiasts alike. Jackson Hole offers miles and miles of territory to enjoy by foot, horse, or vehicle as well as the The National Museum of Wildlife Art, an exemplary multitude of galleries, art and western cultural events and festivals, the Grand Teton Music Festival, an extraordinary Center for the Arts, four world-class local golf courses, and a huge collection of restaurants to satisfy any culinary tastes.
The most popular building type you’ll find is...
As you may expect, Jackson Hole real estate includes many modest as well as grand, luxurious log homes but also has a large assortment of western contemporary homes. In the areas zoned for vacation and short-term rentals, such as the ski and golf resorts, there is a diverse collection of condominiums and townhomes of all sizes
The average home price is...varied in range depending upon community and neighborhood.
The area’s greatest highlights are…Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park.
The area’s best driving-distance getaways are…Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, the Wind River Range, and surrounding Rocky Mountain areas.
The best spots to dine fancily are…in town: Snake River Grill and The Rusty Parrot; in the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village: the Four Seasons, Couloir; at Spring Creek Ranch: The Amangani and the Granary.
The best spots to dine casually are…Nora's in Wilson, The Kitchen and Nikai, and Dornan's in Moose.
The best spots to find entertainment are…The Center for the Arts, outdoor concerts at the base of Snow King Mountain Resort, The Grand Teton Music Festival, and Dornan's.
The best spot to go shopping is…in downtown Jackson Hole and and at the Aspens.
The best places to tee off are…Shooting Star Ranch, Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis, 3 Creeks Ranch, and Teton Pines–all feature incomparable views of the Tetons from every possible angle.