Cabin rentals near Jackson Hole for your Wyoming vacation
Situated near the Teton Mountain Range, guests of Luton’s Teton Cabins have very easy access to Grand Teton National Park, as well as Yellowstone National Park, which is a short drive away. The National Elk Refuge is also nearby. This area is a year-round wonderland for those who love outdoor sports and activities. The menu of recreational activities includes skiing, dog sledding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter, with white-water rafting, fishing, wildlife expeditions, hiking, biking, and backpacking in the warmer months. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll do it surrounded by amazing scenery and abundant wildlife.
For your vacation accommodations, you’ll want to choose one of our charming cabin rentals near Jackson Hole with outdoor decks and stunning views of the Grand Tetons. After an active day enjoying all the wonders of Wyoming, you and your group will look forward to returning to a lovely, spacious cabin where you can completely relax. Make a delicious meal in your fully equipped kitchen and feel right at home. Then watch the stars come out in the night sky above the Grand Tetons. It’s all here. Everything you need to get away and savor the beauty and serenity of the mountain lifestyle, while also enjoying the comforts of an attractive cabin with all you need for a stress-free getaway vacation.
About Our Log Cabins
Comfortable, Clean and Convenient
Our beautifully constructed log cabins were lovingly built with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. Each log was cut, hauled, laid and chinked by us, to our standards, to give you this wonderful Grand Teton log cabin vacation experience. Luton’s Teton Cabins is family owned and operated with special attention to detail. Once you have stayed with us, you will understand that there is no place quite like this anywhere else.
Our cabins are nice and roomy, comfortable and well-stocked, with everything you need for a relaxing stay. From the lovely, rustic furniture to the full kitchens, to the guest laundry room, to the outdoor barbecue grills, we have thought of everything to make your stay enjoyable.
Our guests never fail to mention how clean and welcoming our cabins are. Our daily housekeeping service is second to none.
Beautiful views of the Tetons from the cabins and porches are another feature that our guests just love.
Luton’s Teton Cabins is located minutes from the entrance to Grand Teton National Park. It’s a quiet, serene setting away from the crowds and chaos that can be everyday life. Make your reservations today. We look forward to hosting you in our log cabins Jackson WY getaway.
Simple, Comfortable Old West Charm
Have you had enough of hectic, stressful vacations? Maybe you long to step back into the past on your vacation and experience a simpler way of life. Spend some time with us at Luton’s Teton Cabins and you’ll find yourself relaxing and unwinding.
You’ll know as soon as you arrive that you are at the ideal place for leaving the noise and hubbub of the everyday world behind. Get ready to enjoy the tranquility and natural beauty of Grand Teton National Park and the Teton mountains in your backyard. Before too long your ears will become attuned to the quiet sounds of nature and wildlife that surround our log cabins in Jackson Hole.
Our log cabins are simple and comfortable with old west charm. You will find the cabins well-maintained, attractively furnished, with all the necessary modern amenities. After a busy day in the mountains or at Yellowstone, you’ll be ready to retire to the porch of your cabin to drink in the amazing views of the Teton Range, so close you can almost touch them.
Choose from our 2 room cabin, 3 room cabin, deluxe 3 room Teton view cabin, or the deluxe stand-alone cabin with 2 bedrooms and a full kitchen and a living room. Make your reservations early, we wouldn’t want you to miss this unique and memorable experience.
Things to Do in the Jackson, Wyoming Area
There’s never a shortage of amazing things to do in Wyoming. When you visit our great state you can explore one of the legendary national parks. The National Park Service is 100 years old now, and Yellowstone is the very first national park ever established. You’ll also find the very first National Monument: Devil’s Tower in northeastern Wyoming. In all, Wyoming is home to 25 National Historic Landmarks. There is a rich history here in Wyoming. You’ll see evidence of it everywhere you go.
There are endless possibilities for every traveler to Wyoming. You can hike, bike or ride a horse into the majestic mountains, or fish one of the countless lakes and rivers of the state. There is adventure at every turn. There are endless recreational areas, miles of trails, and many monuments.
Whether you come for the breathtaking scenery, the fascinating wildlife, or the many unique recreational activities, in Wyoming you’re never far from a picturesque sight of some kind.
When you come, make sure you have a reservation at Luton’s Teton Cabins. We are located right next door to Grand Teton National Park, and a short drive from Yellowstone National Park. Our cabins stand out as one of the nicest places to stay in the area. Once you’ve been our guest, you’ll want to come back again and again just like many of our other happy visitors.
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Read below to learn more about local area attractions and events.
Things to Do Near Jackson, WY
Jackson, Wyoming has been called the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. It is also home to three major ski areas, as well as the National Elk Refuge. There are many, many interesting things to see and do in the Jackson area.
Recreational activities are abundant in the Jackson area. You may want to explore the hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails. There are lots of opportunities for mountaineering and rock climbing. The Snake River offers some of the country’s best kayaking, white water rafting, scenic floating and fishing. In winter, there are three major ski resorts in the county, and you can also find lots of nordic skiing trails, as well as many snowmobiling outfitters to choose from
Local Events Near Jackson, Wyoming
As you plan your trip to Luton’s Teton Cabins, you will be amazed at all there is to see and do in the Jackson Hole area. There are so many fun and fascinating activities, you won’t be able to do it all in one trip. We will detail a few of our local not-to-be-missed events. There’s the Jackson Hole Rodeo, the Nightly Shootout at the Town Square, the Grand Teton Music Festival, the Teton County Fair, the Fall Arts Festival, and the Old West Days, just to hit some of the highlights.
The Jackson Hole Rodeo exhibits the true spirit of the west with calf roping, barrel racing, bull riding, and kids’ events. You’ll find all this and more at the Teton County Fairgrounds Arena, every Wednesday and Saturday night from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. With its roots in the old west, the rodeo is a great way to spend a summer evening in Jackson Hole.
Jackson Hole Old West Days are held the last Saturday in May of every year on the Town Square of Jackson Hole. Bring the whole family to experience the sights and sounds of the old west. Watch a parade, hear great music, enjoy delicious food. Watch mountain men shoot in a bow and arrow competition, meet some gunslingers, listen to poets and musicians perform. There is also an antler auction and a Brew Fest going in the town square.
Step back in time to witness the Shootout at the Town Square, Monday through Saturday evenings throughout the summer. It’s the longest running gunfight reenactment in the United States. It’s free and sure to engage spectators of all ages.
The Grand Teton Music Festival is a unique event featuring a series of concerts showcasing the finest orchestras, distinguished guest artists and conductors for seven weeks of performances during the summer. Most of the concerts take place in the Walk Festival Hall, located at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
Visiting in July? You won’t want to miss the Teton County Fair! Enjoy a good old fashioned county fair with a rodeo, horse shows, pig wrestling, carnival, magic shows, pony rides, demolition derby and much more. A real treat for the whole family.
Held in September every year, the Fall Arts Festival includes 11 days of art fairs, gallery walks, food tasting, and historical tours. Thousands of art lovers come every year to experience a diverse mix of art styles. The art is contemporary, culinary, landscape, Native American, wildlife and western, the work of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists.
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Visit the Town Square
The “Town Square” is the cultural, civic and economic heart of Jackson WY. The George Washington Memorial Park (its formal name) was dedicated in 1934. One unique feature of the park are the large arches that decorate each of the four entrances to the park. The arches are constructed of elk antler sheds that are collected from the nearby National Elk Refuge. And in the heart of the park you will find a statue of the legendary mountain man and explorer, John Colter.
The Town Square is bordered by merchants of all kinds, including restaurants, galleries and retail shops.
During the summer months, visitors can take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage around the park. The nightly Town Square Shootout, performed by the Jackson Hole Playhouse, takes place every evening (except Sundays). The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum guides a free walking tour of Jackson which begins on the Town Square. There are many other events held throughout the year in the Town Square, such as the annual Easter Egg Hunt and the always popular Elk Fest.
In the winter months the Town Square houses an ice skating rink, and Santa makes his annual visit to the Town Square amid the beautifully decorated trees and arches. Any time of the year, the Town Square in Jackson is a dynamic center for all kinds of fun and interesting activities. Come stay with us at Luton’s Teton Cabins, your best bet for lodging Jackson WY
Local Attractions & Wildlife Viewing
Laurance Rockefeller Preserve
There are some fantastic things to see and do here while lodging 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
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.
Bridger-Teton National Forest
From our cabins you will delight in the gorgeous views of the Grand Teton Mountains and the splendor of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
In 1973 the Bridger and Teton National Forests merged and become one national forest encompassing nearly 3.5 million acres. The Teton part of the forest borders on both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. It includes over 1.5 million acres and is located near the Continental Divide. The timber of the Teton Division of the forest includes Aspen, Englemann Spruce, Douglas fir, Alpine Fir, Whitebark, Limber Pine and Lodgepole Pine. The forest is home to many different types of wildlife, and you may even spot some Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep in the early morning or late evening hours.
The Bridger Division of the forest was named for the famous mountain man and explorer, Jim Bridger. It consists of tall mountains, alpine meadows and many pristine lakes. If you’re so inclined, you can also find miles and miles of trout streams, providing opportunities to catch Rainbow, Native Cutthroat, Golden, Brook, German Brown, and Mackinaw trout.
Wildlife in the Bridger-Teton forest is diverse. Summer visitors to the area will be treated to views of trumpeter swans, sandhill cranes, coyotes, bald eagles and elk, to name a few. Animals that may be more visible in the winter include moose, mule deer and bighorn sheep. Bridger-Teton also houses more than 355 species of birds.
Hot Springs Near Jackson, WY
With the gorgeous Teton Mountain Range as the backdrop, our cabin motels Wyoming grant visitors a peaceful getaway that will provide them with lovely memories to take home with them.
One of the natural features of the Jackson, Wyoming area is the abundance of hot springs. Some of the most popular hot springs are the Boiling River and Firehole River Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park, Huckleberry Hot Springs just south of Yellowstone, Granite Hot Springs, and Kelly Warm Springs. Although the majority of hot springs in Yellowstone are much too hot for swimming, the Boiling River and Firehole River are two very popular places for swimming or soaking. The Boiling River, a popular destination near Mammoth Hot Springs is a spot where hot water pours over the rocks and enters the cold waters of the Gardner River, where there is a safe swimming hole for the whole family to enjoy.
Follow the Firehole Canyon Drive to the Firehole River swimming area. This is a busy place during the summer months. The warm water creates the perfect conditions for a long soak, and the river is wide enough that there is plenty of room for many visitors.
Huckleberry Hot Springs can be found to the south of Yellowstone and north of the Grand Tetons, in the John D. Rockefeller Parkway. Access to these hot springs is open year round, even though they are located in a rather remote location. The area is undeveloped, with “log-and-rock” hot springs in a natural mountain meadow.
You’ll find Granite Hot Springs located south of Jackson Hole. In the summer months you follow an 11-mile dirt road to the springs. A pool has been built to hold the water, while the fresh hot spring water flows through the pool. In the wintertime you can access the hot springs by snowmobile, dog sled or long cross country ski trail.
And finally, there is Kelly Warm Springs north of Jackson, just outside the town of Kelly. Here you can expect to enjoy water of the perfect warm temperature for a relaxing summer soak. There are so many opportunities in the area for a peaceful dip in a hot springs. We’re sure you will find your favorite spot among these, and will want to return again and again to savor the beauty of the Wyoming landscape.
Amazing Views of Oxbow Bend
Oxbow Bend is the most photographed spot in all of Grand Teton National Park. The reflection of Mount Moran in the Snake River is a sight you will never forget. It’s one of the most beautiful sights in the park, and is recognized the world over as the image of Grand Teton National Park.
Oxbow Bend is also one of the best places in the park to see wildlife. It’s not uncommon to see moose, river otters, black bears, and even an occasional grizzly bear. You can also expect to see a variety of water fowl and birds of prey. The best viewing time will be early morning, but other times of day will bring wondrous sights as well.
Cattleman’s Bridge Road is a great place from which to view Oxbow Bend and the Grand Tetons. To get there head east from Jackson Lake Junction, and just before you actually reach Oxbow Bend, there will be a gravel road off to the right. This dead-end road takes you to the Snake River. It’s less than a mile long and a perfect place to see the river, the mountains and the wildlife.
You’ll find Oxbow Bend in Grand Teton National Park just a little over a mile east of the Jackson Lake Junction on Highway 89. It’s where the Snake River gets very wide and Mount Moran can be seen reflecting in the water.
Our Luton’s Teton Cabin Hotels Wyoming guests who are fortunate enough to visit Oxbow Bend are enthusiastic with their praise. From “The view here is simply breathtaking at any time!” to “This is a must-see. . . it is just an incredible view of the Tetons.” Everyone is impressed by the stunning beauty of this place.