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Travel Guide: Jackson Hole and Yellowstone

Today Stephanie shares her favorite Yellowstone itinerary along with the best places to eat, see and stay in Jackson Hole. Plan a trip out West with our Greater Yellowstone travel guide below!




Barker Ewing Float Trip Grand Teton
The Snake River from a Barker Ewing float.



Located just south of Jackson, Astoria Hot Springs sits on the banks of the Snake River. Take a dip in one of 5 different man-made soaking pools filled with natural thermal waters and take in the scenery of Astoria Park.
A trip to Grand Teton is incomplete without a trip down the Snake River. You will see wildlife, mountains, and more from the river with a knowledgeable guide!
Pick up the freshest most delicious produce here on your way to the trails.


Jenny Lake Grand Teton
Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park


One of our all-time favorite places. You can hike around the lake or take a boat across and then hike through Cascade Canyon. Jenny Lake is also an amazing spot for swimming!


A picture-perfect spot for birdwatching and wildlife sightings. One of the most iconic spots in Grand Teton National Park.
Stop here for one last pit stop before heading into Yellowstone. They have coffee, food, a gift shop and a superb view of Jackson Lake, and gas!


Jackson Hole Workshop
Workshop in Jackson Hole


You’ll find the complete Coral & Tusk collection at The Workshop along with owner, Susan Flemings's own line of handcrafted jewelry. The Workshop also features handmade items from local artisans and makers.
You won’t want to leave the West without a proper hat! JW Bennett creates wearable works of art and collaborates with other artists to make limited edition Western hats. You can find our own collaboration with JW Bennett online and in the shop. 
Bring a little piece of Wyoming home from MADE, a shop that carries handmade items from more than 300 American artists.




Cowboy Coffee

Enjoy breakfast On the Square at Cowboy Coffee. We recommend the Cowboy Croissant or Breakfast Biscuit. Their coffee also makes for a great souvenir! 

Persephone and Picnic

Owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Kevin and Ali Cohan, Persephone and Picnic serve up delicious pastries and sandwiches. Picnic is more off the beaten path and tends to be quieter than Peresphone’s bustling location On the Square. 


Enjoy a pizza and a pint on the roof at Dornan’s looking out on the Grand Tetons after a long afternoon hike.

Creekside Market

A great place to pick up lunch on the road to Yellowstone. 


Located in the historic, beautifully renovated Coe Cabin, Coelette features mountain-inspired cuisine.


Good Mexican food in the mountains. We love Pica’s for their outdoor seating, margaritas and chile rellenos.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Although they are temporarily closed for Summer 2022, we can’t wait to have a long leisurely dinner at the Caldera House restaurant featuring cocktails and pizzas when they reopen in the fall.

Million Dollar Cowboy Bar and The Silver Dollar Bar

After dinner head to Cowboy Bar and The Silver Dollar at the Wort Hotel for live music and a good time!

 Cloudveil Jackson Hole Wyoming

The Cloudveil in Jackson Hole, Wyoming


Stephanie and her husband Chris visited Jackson in 2012 prior to relocating to Wyoming. They loved staying at Fireside on this visit. The resort is located between Jackson Hole and the entrance to Grand Teton National Park. The Fireside cabins marry the best parts of camping with the creature comforts of a resort stay.
A new hotel in the Jackson Hole area. You will also find our Thistle and Feathers pillow among the beautiful decor in your guest room!
Located just a few blocks from The Square, The Anvil is a cute boutique hotel and a perfect place for your homebase to the Tetons and beyond.



Bear at Yellowstone National Park


The South entrance to Yellowstone is only 31 miles north of Grand Teton National Park. Head into Yellowstone and begin your exploration of dazzling thermal features like Old Faithful and Grand Prismatic Spring! The opportunity to see wildlife is unparalleled in the lower 48. Here are a few of our recommendations!


Yellowstone is large and expansive. What you are able to see in a single day entirely depends on what type of traveler you are, how much you want to stop along the way to soak it in, if you’d like to stop to fish or hike, if there is a wildlife-spotting opportunity, or, if there is a herd of bison crossing in and out of the road for a long stretch!




 Grand Prismatic Springs

Grand Prismatic Spring


Fairy Falls

A newly opened short hike that goes up behind Grand Prismatic Spring offers spectacular views.

Firehole Lake Drive

Take this road off the main loop to see a cluster of geysers from the road. Great Fountain Geyser erupts every 10 to 14 hours, if you can get there it is truly awesome! Eruptions last 45 to 60 minutes in a series of bursts. 

Hayden Valley

Hayden Valley is incredible in general, and it’s the first place to really watch for wildlife. Go here before hitting the Canyon Junction. 


Bear at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone 


The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone 

Yellowstone truly has it all: wildlife, geysers and its very own grand canyon. There are many ways to experience the amazing canyon via trails and walkways, from different viewpoints and at different times of day.

 Norris Geyser Basin

The oldest and most dynamic thermal area in the park. Walk on boardwalks among the thermal features. 

Lamar Valley

Stephanie’s favorite part of Yellowstone and where she most enjoys viewing wildlife.



There are also two north entrances: Gardiner which takes you first through Mammoth which has amazing thermal features and also goes by Boiling River, one of only two places you can swim in Yellowstone. Swimming in the Boiling River is one of the most incredible experiences, but it has been closed for the last two years and there isn’t a clear reopening date as of this posting.


Under the Canvas Yellowstone

Under the Canvas Yellowstone 



All the lodging with the national park varies from location to location and is run by the same hospitality group. Some lodges have been recently renovated and you may want to choose lodging based on location or proximity to different sights.


Under the Canvas

Go glamping at Under the Canvas, located near West Yellowstone, another beautiful area of the park.


Silver Gate Cabins

Located between the Lamar Valley and Beartooth Mountains, this is a great place to spend the night and then wake up early to watch for wildlife at dawn. If you are looking for a less rustic option the Lamar Valley Cabins are beautiful.