Grand Teton National Park, established in 1929, lies within the scenic mountain valley known as Jackson Hole. While Yellowstone National Park, the first and oldest national park in the world, was established in 1872. The community of Jackson Hole is your perfect base for exploring these stunning national parks known for mountain vistas, wildlife, and cultural heritage. Jackson Hole is also home to the National Elk Refuge. Established in 1912, the refuge is home to the largest elk herd in the world. Visit the links to the left and make plans to stop into the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center at 532 North Cache Street to learn more about the opportunities to explore and enjoy these American treasures.
The National Elk Refuge is home to the Historic Miller House.