The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce would like to help you practice stewardship while visiting Jackson Hole. As you’re planning your trip, consider taking advantage of the following resources and suggestions to help make your trip more sustainable and more fun!

  • Bring a reusable shopping bag.
  • Purchase a reusable Jackson Hole water bottle. The JH20 Project installed five water bottle filing stations conveniently located in places including Town Square and Home Ranch Welcome Center so you can show off your personal style and stay hydrated. To learn more about the JH20 project and locate stations, click here.
  • Ride the START Bus. The town shuttle is free and $6 will get you a round-trip ticket to Teton Village! To learn more about the START Bus, click here.
  • Enjoy free parking. If you’re driving to Jackson in your hybrid or electric vehicle, look for free electric charging stations at public parking lots. To learn more from Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition, click here.

Photo courtesy of Visit Jackson Hole

  • Rent a bicycle. There are more than 42 miles of pathways in Teton County and an additional 14 miles in Grand Teton National Park. Pathways provide a scenic and sustainable option for getting from point A to point B and there are a variety of businesses that offer bike rentals. To access convenient maps printed by Friends of Pathways, click here.
  • Reduce waste. Look for public recycling receptacles provided by organizations including Teton County Solid Waste & Recycling and the Town of Jackson conveniently located around the community. To learn more, click here.
  • Eat well. Enjoy an abundance of locally-grown food available at the Jackson Hole Farmers Market on Town Square and the People’s Market . To learn more about local food via Slow Food of the Tetons, click here.