Teton County

Teton County is home to the popular Jackson Hole valley and the lively town of Jackson.

Welcome to Teton County

This beautiful county with excellent schools encompasses a world-class ski resort, the popular Jackson Hole valley, and the charming towns of Teton Village and Wilson
 
Teton County is home to the popular Jackson Hole valley and the lively town of Jackson. The county also encompasses a significant portion of the Yellowstone National Park, the premier Jackson Hole ski area, all of Grand Teton National Park, the quaint village of Wilson, and the scenic ski resort town Teton Village. Nestled at the bottom of Teton Pass, Wilson is a picturesque town with great food, outdoor adventure, and unique entertainment options. 
 
While there is plenty to do in the nearby town of Jackson, sometimes it's nice to get a change of pace, which is why Wilson has become increasingly popular over the years for its housing market and abundance of backcountry ski activities. Teton Village is a beautiful scenic community located 12 miles from Jackson. Teton Village combines with the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to create the state's largest and most popular ski area.
 

What to Love

  • Jackson Hole valley
  • Top-rated school district
  • Abundance of outdoor adventure
  • Best skiing in the state
  • Charming town of Wilson
  • Scenic Teton Village

People & Lifestyle 

Ranked the #1 best county for families in Wyoming by Niche, Teton County is a sprawling area that includes many of the state's most captivating attractions and popular towns. Apart from families, many young professionals call this area home. Wilson is ideal for kids of all ages and anyone who loves outdoor adventure as there are endless opportunities for hiking, skiing, and mountain biking. The town of Jackson, Teton Village, and the surrounding area provide a nice change of pace for those looking to escape the fast-paced lifestyle of large metropolitan cities.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is Wyoming's landmark watering hole. Conveniently located in the heart of Jackson's town square, this neighborhood fixture is festooned with cowboy decor and memorabilia. With live music seven nights a week, guests can enjoy western dancing whenever they want.
 
Stop by Persephone Bakery on your way to work for a cup of locally roasted coffee paired with a homemade pastry. A local favorite, Persephone, is a coffee shop, sandwich shop, and café all in one. 
 
For more than 40 years, Nora's Fish Creek Inn has been serving breakfast and diner-style fare. This charming inn is like a home away from home for many locals, who can't get enough of the banana bread french toast, and huevos rancheros. 
 
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a world-class resort with Old West flair. From skiing and snowboarding in the winter to mountain biking and hiking during the summer months, this is a year-round resort with countless luxury amenities available. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or expert skier, you'll have plenty of routes and programs to choose from if you want to learn the ropes and traverse the mountainside.
 

Things to Do

In the summer, families and spectators love attending Jackson Hole Live, a summer concert series of family-friendly summer concerts held in downtown Jackson. Enjoy live music, beer, wine, a kid's zone, food vendors, and more. Jackson Hole Live has received several awards over the years for being one of the best Jackson events and venues.
 
Jackson hosts the Fall Arts Festival featuring internationally acclaimed artists, wine, food, music, and more each September. The premier festival gathers tourists and locals alike for a premier cultural event that draws countless creative sand artists to appreciate showcases of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists. 
 
The annual ElkFest takes place across a weekend of activities. ElkFest is built around the world-famous Jackson Hole Boy Scout Elk Antler Auction. This unique event is the ideal way to get into the spirit of Jackson Hole to celebrate Western culture and outdoor recreation.
 
Center for the Arts is a massive creative campus centered in downtown Jackson. The center is a creative hub for artistic and cultural activity with a 500-seat theater, studio, and administrative space for nonprofit organizations.
 

Schools 

The Teton County School District is a top-ranked public education district serving K-12 students.
 
 

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