Why live in Jackson Hole? The Tetons. The Snake River. World-class skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. A tax-friendly environment. One of the West’s most vibrant, educated and active communities. The arts. Grand Teton National Park. Yellowstone National Park. Air travel service to everywhere. And the list goes on and on. Jackson Hole is a vibrant, diverse community of nearly 20,000 residents, with approximately 9,000 living in the Town of Jackson, the county seat, and the remainder living throughout rural Teton County.

Jackson Hole is a fifteen-mile-wide tract of land running for nearly 50 miles at the base of the Teton Range outside Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. National parks, Bridger-Teton National Forest and the National Elk Refuge comprise 97% of the land area. This unspoiled environment inspires outdoor lovers with its ski slopes, mountains, rivers, national parks and miles of scenery. Jackson Hole is considered part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Within an hour or two of Jackson there are nine major mountain ranges and countless lakes, streams and rivers.