Jackson Hole timeshare and explore the top 5 things to do in Jackson Hole, WY:
1. Go Grand: As you head toward Jackson Hole from Yellowstone, keep the Grand Tetons to your right and
you'll know you're on your way to Jackson! The Grand Tetons will take your breath away. On the right
side of the road there are places to pull over and gawk at the beauty of the Grand Teton mountain range.
The Grand Tetons boast a whopping 310,000 acres of peaks, forests, and lakes. A trip to the Grand Teton
National Park will make a lasting impression on you and your family. Insider tip: Keep your eyes peeled
for wildlife in the wildflower fields at the base of the Grand Tetons.
Web: Grand Teton National Park. Location: Northwestern Wyoming; just north of Jackson Hole and south of
Yellowstone National Park.
2. Hear the Bugle: Each fall in the Jackson Hole area there is a familiar sound. The distinctive sound
of a bugle call means one thing: elk. The elk at this time of year are headed to the National Elk Refuge
a wide-open sanctuary where the local elk go to eat staff-provided alfalfa pellets during harsh winter
months when food in the wild is scarce. In the winter months, you can spot elk from your car or you can
take a guided sleigh ride. Get ready to see up to thousands of elk at one time.
Web: National Elk Refuge. Location: 532 N. Cache Street, Jackson, WY.
3. Relax with a View: The Granite Hotsprings Pool is open year-round and invites those who like a little
R&R. Visitors to the area say the same thing over and over again, "Look at that view!" From the 112-degree pool you will be treated to beautiful winter views of the surrounding Bridger-Teton National
Forest (in the summer the pool is 93 degrees). Insider tip: The road to the pool is closed in the winter
but the pool is open to those who ski, snowshoe, or snowmobile in. In the summer months, you can drive
right up to the pool. Be sure to check out the waterfall just before the pool.
Web: Granite Hotsprings Pool. Location: Granite Creek Road, Jackson, WY.
4. Get Cultured: Discover over 2,000 works of art exploring local wildlife just three miles from
downtown Jackson Hole at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Don't be surprised when you spot some
pieces that date back to 2500 B.C.! From the museum you are treated to views of the nearby National Elk
Refuge in the winter months, which is always a hit with unsuspecting visitors.
Web: National Museum of Wildlife Art. Location: 2820 Rungius Road, Jackson Hole, WY.
5. Be Snow Bound: In the winter months, a trip to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a must. Skiers and
snowboarders have access to 2,500 acres of runs with a 4,139 foot vertical drop. The area averages 400
inches of snowfall a year so in the winter months be sure to go play in the powder. Skiing not your
thing? The Jackson Hole Arial Tram will show you the sights.
Web: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Location: 3395 Cody Lane, Teton Village, WY.
Discover timeshares in Jackson Hole, WY.
Photo Credit: CopyStrands