Mixing Old West authenticity with surprising affordability, Jackson Hole Lodge captures the essence of this storied valley tucked in the Teton Mountain Range in the rugged northwest corner of Wyoming. Long beloved by cattle ranchers and cowboys, this popular destination attracts a new generation of family travelers and outdoor enthusiasts who savor life's simple pleasures.
A Rustic Retreat In The Heart Of Jackson Hole
Located just a few blocks from the iconic Town Square, Jackson Hole Lodge is Jackson’s longest continuously operating hotel. Established in 1941, our original building exudes the atmosphere of a 1940s fishing lodge. In fact, this treasured retreat was paneled in lodgepole pine from the nearby Bridger-Teton National Forest. Close your eyes and it's easy to imagine a group of Old West anglers gathered around the stone fireplace, sharing tales of adventures on the 13 trout-rich rivers in close proximity to Jackson Hole.
An intimate and economical option in the heart of downtown Jackson, the lodge surprises and delights with special touches, including free firewood for their in-room wood-burning fireplaces, complimentary coffee and hot chocolate, and a stunning new outdoor whirlpool and cozy firepit overlooking the Tetons, perfect for winding down with handcrafted IPA from Jackson’s own Snake River Brewery.