Welcome to the Last of the Wild West: Jackson Hole, Wyoming

So, you wanna move to Jackson Hole, Wyoming? Well, here’s a wonderful, warm Wyoming welcome! We’ve collected select relocation resources to help with your transition to your new ranch in our neck of the woods.

Jackson Hole is located in Western Wyoming at the base of Grand Teton National Park and south of Yellowstone National Park. This prime location is a major reason the area welcomes 3,000,000 visitors from all over the world during summer months and 500,000 visitors during winter. The valley, which is 80 miles long and 15 miles wide is contained by the Tetons and the Gros Ventres, the area is home to five towns: Jackson, Wilson, Teton Village, Kelly, Moose and Moran.

Getting Set Up

Did You Know?

Jackson Hole was originally named Jackson’s Hole for Davey Jackson, a mountain man who trapped in this area during the late 1800’s. “Hole” was a term used in that day to describe a high mountain valley.

Settling In

Did You Know?

Wyoming is America’s Wealth Friendliest State for Seventh Straight Year in Exclusive Ranking by Bloomberg Wealth Manager Magazine.


Did You Know?

Jackson public schools spend $7,131 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $5,678. There are about 10 students per teacher in Jackson.


Did You Know?

The number of natural disasters in Teton County (1) is a lot smaller than the US average (12).

Local Culture

Did You Know?

Bill Briggs was the first person to ski down the 13,772-foot Grand Teton in 1971.