Jackson is a quaint town in the Jackson Valley of Teton County, Wyoming, USA. Referred to as Jackson Hole erroneously most of the time, Jackson is the largest town in the Teton County. Famous for the elk antler arches that decorate the whole town, Jackson attracts plenty of curious visitors every year who wish to get a feel of the town's atmosphere. Bounded by the Grand Teton National Park and dense forests on all its sides, Jackson is a hidden gem of a place in Wyoming that is yet to be explored to its fullest.
Adorned by beautiful mountain ranges that get covered in snow during the winters, the town of Jackson offers plenty of snow adventure activities. If you are a lover of snow and adventure activities, then Jackson would come in as a paradise for you. From skiing to paragliding to snowshoeing to hiking to mountaineering, you have plenty of activities in Jackson that will keep you occupied.
Hike along the trails of the Grand Teton National Park and when your legs are sore, take a relaxing bath at the Granite Hot Springs that offers a divine soothing experience. Get friendly with the elks at the National Elk Refuge and get on the sleigh rides inside the faculty. Want to experience the exuberance of the broadway plays right in the middle of the town? Head to the Jackson Hole Playhouse.
Set at a high altitude location, the town experiences drastic day and night temperature fluctuations. And depending on your reason for visit, you can visit the town any time of the year. But the best time to visit Jackson is during the months of April, May, September, and October.