First Time in Jackson Hole?

Are you ready to check off some bucket list items? Then load up the gear, pack up the suitcases, gather the crew and let’s get going! Jackson Hole is a perfect Old West town that just so happens to be surrounded by national parks. It truly doesn’t get much better than this. With access to all of the greatest spots within reach, we’ll show you were to go and what’s happening to make your first trip to Jackson, your best trip ever.

The Bar T 5 – Jackson Hole’s Original Chuck Wagon Dinner

Experience a true chuck wagon dinner with The Bar T 5! You get a triple whammy with traveling by horse drawn covered wagons from the Town of Jackson into beautiful Cache Creek Canyon followed by an incredible Dutch Oven dinner and the Bar T 5 Band taking the stage to entertain you with laughter and great hand-clapping music.

Horseback Riding

Mill Iron Ranch

Mill Iron Ranch offers a variety of options for riders. From 2-hr Mountain Horseback trail rides to Half Day and Full Day trail rides. Join authentic cowboys for a day on the trails and then an evening of cowboy fun!  The Mill Iron Ranch provides guests with unparalleled trail riding and scenery and did you know, Mill Iron horses are born and raised on the ranch? Visit Today!

Spring Creek Ranch

Offering both grouped and private trail rides, Spring Creek Ranch allows guests and non-guests to take advantage of the most beautiful scenery and trails Jackson Hole has to offer. Ride atop the East Gros Ventre Butte with Spring Creek Ranch’s Castagno Outfitters and take in unique views of the Teton Range, as well as the town of Jackson and the surrounding area.

Let’s Go Floating!

A must do for Jackson Hole is a float on the Snake River, either in the rapid section of the “Canyon” for those adventurous types or the scenic section through Grand Teton National Park for sightseeing. Dave Hansen WhitewaterMad RiverJackson Hole WhitewaterBarker Ewing, and Solitude are all great companies to book river adventures with. Learn more here:

Venture Into the Wild

We have wildlife! Lots of it! But in order to see these sneaky little (and large) friends, you have to put a little effort in. Get up early and drive down Moose Wilson Road (WY 390) extremely slowly. Stay up in Yellowstone for a night and find a nice lazy stream that you can overlook from the safety of your car. Be patient. Bring binoculars. When you see a couple of cars stopped, it’s likely elk, moose or buffalo. If you see a lot of cars stopped, it’s probably a bear or a wolf. Have those cameras ready!

You must visit Yellowstone and at least plan to spend one day there. You can drive the lower loop of the figure 8 that is Yellowstone in a day but be aware…you will be coming back to Jackson Hole. Yellowstone’s natural geological features are AMAZING! Be sure to visit Old Faithful. Visit the Lamar Valley in the early morning or late evening to see wildlife.