Independent Jets has taken On-Demand Jet Charter to a new level. The unique program covers every travel need with efficiency, flexibility and outstanding value.
Wooden Boat Tours offers private scenic float tours along the Snake River. They offer several float options, but the most popular is their dinner float, which starts with an hour float at sunset, followed by a four course meal in their Riverside Tipi Camp.
A family-owned and operated river outfitter, Barker-Ewing has been guiding trips down the Snake River in Jackson Hole since 1963. They offer both scenic float trips and whitewater adventures.
Celebrating their fifth decade of business, Sands is one of the many seasoned rafting companies in Jackson Hole. As one of the largest rafting companies in the area, they have taken tens of thousands of people down the Snake River, including the former President of the United States!
Solitude offers group and private scenic float trips through Grand Teton National Park. This is a perfect way for guests of all ages to get out on the river and enjoy beautiful scenery.
Motorboats are permitted on Jenny Lake and Jackson Lakes (10 horsepower maximum). Human-powered vessels are permitted on Jackson, Jenny, Phelps, Emma Matilda, Two Ocean, Taggart, Bradley, Bearpaw, Leigh, and String Lakes. Sailing, water skiing, and windsurfing are only allowed on Jackson Lake.
This marina is located north of Moran in Grand Teton National Park. They offer canoes and boats for rent for paddling around Jackson Lake at the base of Mount Moran. Be sure to call in advance to secure your reservation.
Located in Moose, Wyoming, thirteen miles north of Jackson, Dornan’s rents canoes and all you need for a day's outing on the water – paddles, life preservers, park permits, and pads and ropes for carrying the canoe on your car. The canoes may be used only on lakes. We recommend String, Leigh, or Jenny Lake, all at the foot of the Tetons. Advance reservations recommended. Pick up picnic supplies at the market.
Rendezvous River Sports is your one stop shop for kayak, canoe, and stand-up paddle board rentals. Located in Jackson, this is a convenient spot to pick up your boating equipment on your way to the National Parks. They provide pads and ropes to carry the boats on your car as well. Private paddling lessons are available.
Enjoy the western hospitality of the Bar J Wranglers as they take you down memory lane with songs, stories, comedy, yodeling, fiddling and more. They serve a traditional chuck wagon dinner as well.
Travel by covered wagon through Cache Creek Canyon to the inviting aroma of a Dutch oven dinner. After dinner, enjoy the entertainment as the Bar T 5 entertainers take to the stage.
Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner at the Dornan’s Chuckwagon. Come on Monday nights to enjoy the Hootenanny, the country’s longest running open mic night.
Robyne specializes in ethnic cuisine, and is a great choice for breakfast and brunch.
Maho’s style is ‘New American Cuisine.’
A Jackson native, Ariel Mann’s cooking is just one part of her comprehensive wellness program. Her food is simple, fresh and delicious. She is available for cooking classes and private yoga instruction.
Whether you would like to plan an intimate dinner or a professional function, Bistro Catering can cater a party of two or two hundred.
Enjoy world-class cooking in the comfort of your home. Scott works to create a unique dining experience, combining regional and global cuisines with fresh and fun ideas.
With over fifteen-years of experience, Eric Wilson makes healthy, delicious food and a memorable dining experience.
Experience Chef Tim Cabradilla’s award-winning, intimate cuisine for a truly memorable meal.
Eddie Kolsky is a man of many talents. A superb, ranked professional ski and tennis instructor, a song-writer, pianist and guitarist, and an absolute genius in the subtle art of authentic Chinese cuisine.
Chef Ross Kamens specializes in specific dietary needs and ethnic foods.
Chef Schwartz is a sushi master, combining skillful traditional technique with modern twists. His creativity has led him to establish a unique style of cuisine he calls New School Sushi and Innovative American Cuisine.
Jack Dennis offers guided fly-fishing trips that include lunch, instruction, and equipment. Jack Dennis specializes in trips in Grand Teton National Park; their experienced guides will tailor your trip to meet your needs.
Fish the Fly’s guides are passionate about the local waters, and excited to share their fishing knowledge and experience with your group.
Professional guides show you world class fly fishing on the Snake, Henry’s Fork, South Fork, and Green Rivers.
Westbank Anglers provide professional guide services for full or half day trips. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, you won’t be let down by the guide, the scenery, or the fish.
Worldcast Anglers is based out of the Orvis store in Jackson and provides fly-fishing adventures throughout the valley.
JH Wellness is your one-stop shop for anything and everything related to food, fitness, and wellbeing. Private yoga lessons, training sessions, even healthy cooking classes are offered by this locally owned and operated company.
Book a treatment at the Snake River Lodge’s Avanyu Spa and receive a full day’s access to their fitness center, locker room, and pool facilities. They also offer day passes to the fitness center and facilities.
The fitness center at Solitude Spa offers a limited number of day passes to their state-of-the-art fitness equipment, rooftop hot tub, yoga, and pilates classes.
Teton Sports Club has flexible membership plans for the short term visitor. Membership includes access to their outdoor pool.
Using methods based on the Ashtanga Vinyasa system, Teton Yoga Shala emphasizes self-practice, internal awareness, and strength.
An energetic yoga community committed to your well-being. They offer a variety of classes including hot yoga, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, and Kundalini.
The Rocky Mountain’s largest indoor rock climbing facility, Enclosure offers state-of-the-art climbing and fitness experience that is welcoming to all levels of climbers.
Located about 10 miles north of Jackson and designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., this golf course offers spectacular views of the Teton Range. Tee times available to the public.
Shooting Star is located at the base of Teton Village. The Shooting Star course was designed by Tom Fazio. Golf is available to all Shooting Star members and member guests.
Designed by Hale Irwin, this course is open to the public and offers 18 holes for only $29. The course is the nation’s first reversible championship golf course. Spectacular and economical greens fees offer a winning combination in Teton Valley.
This golf club located on the Westbank is open to the public and offers wonderful Teton views.
The Hole Hiking Experience offers naturalist-guided hiking and wildlife excursions in Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Teton Valley, Idaho.
Explore the Western Tetons on horseback. Linn Canyon Ranch, located just over Teton Pass in Idaho, offers rides lasting from a couple of hours to a full day.
The Putnam’s offer a variety of horseback riding experiences including riding lessons, introduction to rodeo, and rodeo events training. Try out your skills with Putnam Horsemanship.
Enjoy sweeping Teton views from high atop East Gros Ventre Butte on a trail ride with Spring Creek Ranch.
Enjoy a peaceful ride and incredible scenery from a hot air balloon soaring over Jackson Hole. Elevated Ballooning specializes in private parties ranging in size from two to eight passengers.
Come to paragliding paradise and enjoy alpine flying at its absolute best. Jackson Hole Paragliding offers scenic tandem flights, beginner through advanced instruction, guide service, mountain thermal clinics, maneuvers training, and aerobatics demonstrations.
With 40 years of flying experience, professional pilots fly these gentle giants for an exhilarating and peaceful journey providing a full, overall perspective of Jackson Hole. Rides last about an hour and depart in the early morning.
The refuge is where 7,500 elk make their home in the winter months. While you probably won’t see elk during the summer, it’s a lovely spot for a quiet evening walk and wonderful views of the Tetons. Drive out as far as you want, park, and walk. Keep an eye out for deer and many birds, including ducks, trumpeter swans, geese and sandhill cranes. Look for bighorn sheep on top of the butte on the west side of the road. Visit Curtis Canyon Overlook, just east of the refuge in Bridger-Teton National Forest for stunning views of Jackson Hole and the Teton Range.
Stagecoach rides are a lot of fun for kids and adults alike. Circle the historic Town Square in Old West style! Hours are 9:00AM to dusk. Pick-ups at the Stage Stop on the south side of the Town Square.
A favorite event for locals and tourists alike, the annual Teton County Fair (held towards the end of July) is everything you would expect at a fair and more! From the pig-wrestling competition and demolition derby, to the 4H show and sale, concerts and colorful variety of rides, the fair delivers a big dose of good old-fashioned family fun. The Fair is located at the Teton County Fairgrounds at 305 West Snow King Avenue in Jackson.
Town Square Shoot Out
What better way to experience the West than to go to a true western shoot out! Watch a lively reenactment of frontier justice on the Jackson Town Square, in what is the longest, continuously running shootout in the country! The Jackson Hole Shootout takes place Monday through Saturday at 6:00PM on the Town Square, Memorial Day through Labor Day. It is free to the public. No reservations necessary but arrive a couple of minutes early to get a front-row spot to watch all the action!
Come out for all the fun at the Jackson Hole Rodeo! The rodeo takes place on Wednesday and Saturday nights throughout the summer at the Teton County Fairgrounds in Jackson.
The Farmer's Market takes place every Saturday from 8:30AM – 11:00AM on the town square. It runs from the Saturday following July 4th, through the third week in September. A featured chef at the market gives out free food samples, and live music is performed each week. You’ll find fresh, organic fruits and veggies, beef, homemade pies, and pastries, too!
The Playhouse and Saloon offers excellent lunch, dinner, and theater. The original playhouse building, built in 1916, still stands and is one of Jackson’s oldest landmarks. Choose from lunch, an Old West shootout, dinner with pre-show entertainment, and the featured performance. The dinner is a classic ranch-style cuisine and the play will entertain and enchant all ages. Reservations for dinner and the play are suggested.
Have a blast as a novice shooter or experienced marksman with a private coach, a vast array of firearms, and the number one shooting experience around! JH Shooting Experience caters to families, individuals, groups, youth, reunions, corporate events, wedding parties and more. Customize your shooting experience today!
Ana Rode specializes in small private tours that are educational, entertaining, and memorable. Great for families that want to learn more about the National Parks and have fun too.
Jackson Hole Eco Tour Adventures offers a variety of wildlife viewing in the Jackson Hole, Grand Teton, and Yellowstone Ecosystems. Eco Tour Adventures focuses on creating a sustainable touring business to help protect the wild nature of our environment.
Combine auto-based drives into Grand Teton and Yellowstone to view wildlife with short educational walks with topics like why wildfires are needed in order for a seed to germinate, or why the elk and aspen depend on each other.
Wildlife Expeditions has a well-earned reputation of locating all kinds of wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone Geo-ecosystem and providing fascinating educational experiences in a fun and relaxed environment. Animals that may be observed during their expeditions include elk, moose, bison, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, mule deer, wolves, and bears.