So many great things to do while lodging in Jackson Hole
There are some fantastic things to see and do here while lodging in Jackson Hole. First you’ll want to check out the nearby Laurance Rockefeller Preserve. Located on the Moose-Wilson Road, the preserve presents a special opportunity to enjoy the natural environment and wildlife viewing. The 8-mile hiking trail network offers many opportunities for views of Phelps Lake, Death Canyon and the Teton Range. Fish from the shores of beautiful Phelps Lake. The preserve is home to all kinds of wildlife, including moose, mule deer, bears, eagles, owls, and a variety of other birds. Visitors to the preserve appreciate not only the beauty, but also the peace and tranquility of this natural area.
The National Elk Refuge was created to provide a winter habitat for the Jackson Elk Herd. As winter approaches, the elk herd migrates from the high country to the valley floor. Thousands of elk winter in the National Elk Refuge. During the winter months, horse-drawn sleighs take visitors right up close to the elk, allowing a unique viewing and photographic experience.
Located at the east end of Teton National Park, you’ll find Mormon Row, a historic homesteading site with original cabins, barns and other buildings surrounded by open fields, grass, and sage against the background of the Tetons. Six clusters of buildings give us a window into the lives of the Mormon homesteaders who settled the area in the early 1900s. The open fields of Mormon Row and Antelope Flats are another perfect place to find bison, antelope, coyote, moose, northern harriers, kestrels, and sage grouse.
Make plans to visit these scenic locales when you stay with us at Luton’s Teton Cabins. Contact us for your reservations now.