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Jackson is a charming town that's ideal for Jackson Hole cabin rentals. It's home to 3 ski areas, including the Grand Targhee Resort and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, for skiing, snowboarding, and other outdoor fun. There's no shortage of things to do in town as well, such as seeing the spectacular arches created by shed elk antlers and the Andy Warhol and Georgia O'Keeffe masterpieces in the National Museum of Wildlife Art. If you want to hike, mountain bike, climb, and try out water sports in lakes and rivers, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park are nearby.

Things to do

A menagerie of animal artworks in Jackson

The Jackson Hole Playhouse, Jackson's oldest building, has led many lives. Originally built as a livery stable, it became a car dealership, a bowling alley, and a post office (and that's not the complete list) before it became a theater where you can watch a play or a comedy show. At the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the hands-on Children's Discovery Gallery will keep the little ones amused—there are animal costumes, a puppet theater, and an artist's studio—while the grownups go hunting for awe-inspiring sculptures and paintings in different genres.


Jackson is the king of ski areas in Wyoming…

…there's snow doubt about it. Snow King Mountain Resort, a.k.a. The King or The Town Hill to locals, became Wyoming's first ski area when it was founded in 1939. It offers the usual snow activities, plus some fun, family-friendly extras: go snow tubing and see who'll slide down their lane fastest, or ride the winter roller coaster that'll send you on an exhilarating journey from 456 feet up Snow King Mountain. Head back to your Jackson vacation rental for a power nap and a hearty dinner—you'll need to recharge for night skiing.


Peaks and valleys: weather Jackson's fickle weather

Variety is the spice of Jackson life, particularly when it comes to the weather. Thanks to its high altitude and continental climate, Jackson's temperatures can fluctuate greatly. Summer lows fall just above 30 degrees, and temps peak at 83 degrees in July and August. The snowy winter months see single digits at their coldest, with temperatures maxing out at the upper 20s in December and January. The ski season starts in November and can last well into the spring. If you're looking to book a Jackson vacation rental at a lower price, consider visiting from March to May.

Natural features

Jackson—there's nowhere elks you'd rather be

For close encounters with Jackson's huge elk population, visit them at their winter resort of choice, the National Elk Refuge. Horse-drawn sleighs will take you around this wildlife reserve for exciting elk sightings. Meanwhile, Grand Teton National Park isn't overselling itself—a day at this park, home to the Teton mountain range and the Jackson Hole valley, as well as a staggering amount of flora and fauna, is nothing short of grand indeed. The John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway links the park with its more popular neighbor, Yellowstone National Park.

How to get there

Traveling to and around Jackson

The nearest airport is in Jackson Hole, WY (JAC), located 8.7 mi (13.9 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Jackson?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,015 vacation rentals around Jackson. From 63 cabin rentals to 464 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.