What to Do In Jackson Hole (Besides Skiing)
Adventuring through the wild snow-packed hills of Jackson Hole is what draws most travelers to our town, but there’s plenty more to do in Jackson Hole besides skiing! Here’s a list of some non-skier things you can enjoy in the snow, the sunshine, and while relaxing in Jackson Hole.
Top 3 Things To Do In Downtown Jackson Hole
Million Dollar Cowboy Bar
Established in 1937, the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is definitely a bucket list attraction. This place is famous for its live music, western-style dancing and truly “cowboy” vibe, and is located just off Town Square.
“Countless celebrities, presidents, royalty, cowhands, as well as people from all walks of life, have enjoyed great fun within the walls of the iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.” – Million Dollar Cowboy Bar
Jackson Hole Elk Antler Arches
One of the most iconic landmarks in our state, the Elk Antler Arches flank Town Square and are a must-see during your trip. The original was first built at the entrance of George Washington Memorial Park by the local Rotary Club in 1953. There are four arches – one for each corner of the square, and each one will last 30-40 years before needing to be rebuilt again.
It’s a quick walk over to Town Square from Mountain Modern, just click here to get Google Map directions!
Jackson Hole Playhouse
No trip to Jackson Hole is complete without seeing a performance at the Jackson Hole Playhouse. One of the oldest buildings in Jackson, this playhouse was built in 1915 and used to serve as the town’s livery stables. It now houses one of the best performance companies in the state.
Top 3 Things To Do In The Winter In Jackson Hole (Besides Skiing!)
Jackson Winter Wildlife Safari
If you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, look no further than a Jackson Hole winter safari with Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris! This locally owned and operated tour guide company will take you and your party through our beautiful wilderness where you can get up close and personal with some of the animals that call this land their home.
Jackson Hole Iditarod Dog Sled Tour
Find your wild side with an activity that’s made for adventure! Jackson Hole’s Iditarod Dog Sled Tour is an experience like nothing else. we recommend this activity to all our guests – it’s that good!
Ride through the snowy landscape behind a team of well-trained and determined sled dogs. You’ll be talking about this one for years to come.
Sleigh Ride Through National Elk Refuge
The sleigh rides through the National Elk Refuge are of the most talked-about activities around, and for good reason. Horse-drawn sleighs will take you through herds of thousands of elk, providing perfect photo and wildlife viewing opportunities.
Things To Do In The Summer In Jackson Hole
Yellowstone Wildlife Tour
Looking to see some wildlife during the warmer months?
One of the best ways to view our beautiful animal neighbors is with a Yellowstone Wildlife Tour. Take a guided tour of the landscape and see bears, wolves, elk, buffalo and more!
Jackson Hole Chuck Wagon Ride
Enjoy more of the wild west with a true western activity – a chuck wagon ride! Along with a delicious meal cooked right on site, these rides include entertainment like campfire songs, dancing, comedy, yodeling and more.
Grand Teton Day Hike
See wild Wyoming up close and personal; take a Grand Teton Day Hike while in Jackson Hole! With hundreds of trails, several great lakes and plenty of sunshine, hiking the Tetons is one of the best ways to connect with the great outdoors.
Want to see the best trails and check the weather? Here’s a great site for planning your trip!
Your Basecamp For Jackson Hole Adventure
No trip to Jackson Hole would be complete without a basecamp. Here at Modern Mountain Motel, we pride ourselves on being more than just a place to store your gear – we’re Jackson Hole locals. We know exactly what it feels like to live and breathe adventure, and would love to show you what true Jackson Hole hospitality looks like.