9 Free Summer Activities In Jackson Hole

Pretty much the only thing that makes summer events in Jackson Hole any better is when said events are FREE! Check out our list of the top 9 free summer activities in Jackson Hole (and a bonus one) below, and start planning your budget-friendly trip today.


9 Free Summer Activities In Jackson Hole


Teton County Fair


July 25-29, 2018 – Yeehaw! There’s nothing like a good ole county fair to really make you feel like you’re in the good ole west. There are lots of paid events over this week, but there are also petting zoos, 4-H events, dog shows, live raptor programs and more. Learn More


Town Square Shootout


The Jackson Hole Shootout has been a Wyoming tradition since 1957. The fun begins at 6pm every summer evening, except Sundays – cause there’s no shootin’ on Sundays! Learn More


Teton Boulder Park


Located at the base of Snow King Mountain, this free bouldering park features three large boulders/walls for all ages and skill levels. There is also a small pcnic shlter with eight picnic tables, horseshoe pits and green space for recreational activities. Learn More


Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center


Open 8am to 7pm during the summer months. Located on the north end of town of Jackson, the center offers exhibits and programs and activities for all ages. Learn More


Walk the Sculpture Trail at the National Museum of Wildlife Art


Marvel at beautiful sculptures that play with light and changing seasons, offering an ever-changing view of art in the wild. Bonus – enjoy some exercise and fresh air! Learn More


Disc Golf in Teton Village


They’ve got an 18 hole course, and if you have your own discs, it’s all free. Learn More


Ride the Bridger Gondola


Free Gondola rides start at 5pm, but guests should be sure to check the event/weather schedule to be sure it’s running. Grab a drink and appetizer or dinner at Piste Mountain Bistro, Off-Piste Market, or the Deck @ Piste. Learn More


Visit the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve


The preserve is located four miles south of Moose on the Moose-Wilson Road.  This 1,10 acre refuge is within Grand Teton National Park, and features hiking trails, and a visitor center. Learn More


Free Concerts in Teton Village


Check out the Grand Teton Musical Festival, located at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village, and enjoy free, weekly family concerts through August 15th. Concerts are 1-hour casual events featuring kid-friendly music performed by world-class musicians. Concerts on the Commons are free concerts held outside in Teton Village on Sundays through August 26th.

Bonus!

Music on Main in Victor, ID

Every Thursday July 21st to August 9th, 2018 – Victor is 25 miles from Jackson, but lots of folks from the Jackson area head over the hill on Thursdays to enjoy the music.  Teton Ridshare is also available for carpool options to Music on Main and back to Jackson.