Horse & Carriage Photo by Riley Frances Boone

Stagecoach Rides on the Town Square

UPDATE: Castagno Outfitters will be operating a horse-drawn wagon on the Town Square from Aug. 21 through the end of the summer while the Stagecoach undergoes repairs.  

Take a journey back in time with Castagno Outfitters on a horse-drawn wagon ride around the historic Jackson Town Square.  The rhythmic clip-clop of hooves transports visitors to a bygone era of life in the Old West.  Travel past the famous Elk Antler Arches and through streets lined with colorful shops and galleries.  This is the ultimate photo opportunity on your visit to downtown Jackson. 

For 22 years, Castagno Outfitters and their beloved horses have transported thousands of visitors by stagecoach around the Jackson Hole Town Square. Rides meet at the Stage Stop building on the corner of Broadway Ave. and Cache St. in the heart of downtown Jackson, WY.

Stagecoach rides are available from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. Call (877) 559-3585 to make a reservation or stop by the booth located right on the Town Square.

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