Jackson Is Proud to Welcome Visitors for Fourth of July Weekend!
Celebrate America's birthday in the heart of the Old West
While celebrating, we ask that you maintain social distancing (6 ft. between different households), limit gatherings to 250, and wear face coverings in public and into our local businesses. Masks will be available for free at the blue tent on Town Square. Thank you for being diligent - our small businesses cannot afford to close again.
Fourth of July activities available:
Jackson Hole Rodeo | 8 pm | JH Fairgrounds
Rodeo has been a part of Jackson's cowboy culture for over 100 years, and the Fourth of July rodeo is a special tradition you don't want to miss. Crowd restrictions are in place at the fairgrounds to help keep attendees safe throughout the event. Tickets available here.
Dubois Rodeo, just 1.5 hours up the road from Jackson, will also host rodeos on the 3rd and 4th of July. Dubois Rodeo tickets available here.
Fourth of July Fireworks | 10 pm | Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Stilson, Snow King Mountain
Watch spectacular fireworks displays from three separate locations: a Town of Jackson display sponsored by Teton Board of Realtors, a Teton Village Association - sponsored show at Stilson Transit Center, or a second TVA presentation at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the Village.
*For a full list of suggested locations to watch Fourth of July fireworks, click here.
*Important note: Even though the Snow King Ball Field and Parking Lot will be closed during the fireworks display, there are plenty of fantastic places to watch the in-town show. They can be viewed from most places around town, including all the locations suggested in the link above.
Live From Wyoming 4th of July | 6-8 pm | Online here
National Parks Open to the Public!
Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park are open to visitors to access through the Wyoming entrances. Enjoy world-renowned camping, hiking, fishing, boating, and sight-seeing. View our "Local's Guide to Fourth of July Weekend" for tips on visiting the parks over the holiday.
Local Restaurants Provide Not-So-Small-Town Cuisine in a Small-Town Atmosphere
Jackson offers world-renowned indoor AND outdoor dining for breakfast, lunch, dinner, tapas, tea, and more. Almost all restaurants are open and seating parties 6 ft apart, and many establishments continue to offer curbside pickup or delivery. For a restaurant directory, click here. Or for some local favorites, including the best porches, patios, and outdoor seating, read this blog.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Snow King Mountain Resort Safely Open for Public Activities!
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is now open and offering downhill mountain biking, hiking, dining, and family adventures including the Via Ferrata. Snow King Mountian Resort, a ten-minute walk from Town Square, is also open to the public, and offering chair lift rides, an alpine slide and coaster, and mini-golf.
Western Shopping at Its Finest
Photo by Crown & Brim
Most stores are open to shoppers but do require a mask to shop inside. Some shopping locations, like our world-renowned art galleries, may still require an appointment. Please adhere to all rules and restrictions set forth by each individual shop - they are doing all they can to keep their businesses open and their customers safe. If you need a mask, free masks are provided on Town Square under the blue tent. For a shopping directory, click here.
Please note that the Fourth of July Parade and the Town Square Shoot Out has been canceled for this year's Fourth of July weekend. We encourage you to return next year to celebrate those experiences.
For questions and travel recommendations, give us a call at (307)733-3316 or stop by our Visitor's Center, open 9-5.
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