Our rustic yet refined lifestyle is defined not only by the stunning natural environment we live in, but also by a strong sense of community. We strive diligently to maintain our unique Western character through thoughtful planning, careful land use and extensive charitable giving.
More than 97 percent of Teton County is permanently protected from development in national parks, forest and public lands. Additionally much of the remaining private acreage is protected in conservation programs through organizations such as the Jackson Hole Land Trust. These efforts ensure that the stunning scenic corridors, open space and wildlife migration patterns will remain protected for generations to come.
Jackson Hole’s magnetism comes from the area’s vast beautiful lands, native wildlife and the limitless outdoor recreation opportunities. Skiing, hiking, camping, fishing and more are just out our back door. The region comes complete with three local ski resorts, a plethora of 18-hole golf courses, diverse trout fishing waters, and large pockets of public lands for various uses.