What Happens When in Jackson Hole

What Happens When in Jackson Hole

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Things to do in Jackson Hole all year long

No matter what season it is when you visit, there are many things to do in Jackson Hole that everyone can enjoy. We’ve curated a list of different activities to help plan your next vacation with Jackson Hole Hideout. Be sure to check out our recommendations page for all of the best spots in Jackson Hole.

High Season: Spring, Summer, and Fall, from mid-May to mid-October – you can hike, bike, float, raft, horseback ride, off-road, participate in resort activities and festivals at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King and Grand Targhee

Ski Season: Wintertime, December through March – you can ski, snowshoe, snowmobile, dogsled, sleigh ride, ice skate

Off-Season:  Downtime, April and November – many local folks travel and transition between seasons … take advantage of dining specials

National Elk Refuge: expect to see lots of elk in the refuge during the winter ski season

Elk Fest & Old West Days: May, later in the month

The Rodeo: Memorial Day through Labor Day, on Wednesdays and Fridays

Town Square Shootout: Memorial Day through Labor Day, Mondays through Saturdays

Wildflowers: peak season is typically mid-June and July, depending upon the elevation

Fall Arts Festival: early September

LOTOJA: early September

Fall Foliage: late September

National Parks: limited access between November and May

Hunting & Fishing: check with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department

Church at the Coach: live music and dancing on Sunday nights