Upcoming Events & Activities in Jackson Hole
Get up close. Make new friends. See what we see. And celebrate the wonder of place. Our events calendar is continuously updated with things to do in Jackson, Wyoming. NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some events may have been changed or cancelled. Please check each event individually for more information.
Apr 9th - Apr 30th,2020 | Recurring
Biking on Teton Park Road
The Teton Park Road is open to biking in the spring when the snow melts and you can ride on the road until April 30. You can hike, run, rollerblade, or walk your dog too.
Listen to the fire crackle and warm your hands at the wood-fired stove located conveniently inside the Anvil Lobby. Enjoy a s’more cookie from Persephone, gently warmed by the radiant heat of the stove. Saturdays from 4 to 6 pm.
Broadcast live from The Old Vic in London, Academy Award-winner Sally Field (Steel Magnolias, Brothers & Sisters) and Bill Pullman (The Sinner, Independence Day) star in Arthur Miller’s blistering drama All My Sons.
Conditions permitting, roads will open to regular (public) vehicles on April 17 through the West Entrance in West Yellowstone, MT to Madison Junction, Mammoth Hot Springs, Old Faithful, Norris and Canyon Village.
The direct route to Yellowstone through the South Entrance opens May 8.
High-Octane Rocky Mountain Dancegrass from Colorado returns to the Silver Dollar Showroom at the Wort Hotel for two nights – Friday, April 17 originals and covers; Saturday, April 18 tribute to the Grateful Dead.
While Grand Teton is open year-round, roads in the park close in the winter for recreational use and to provide corridors for wildlife. The Teton Park Road reopens to motorized travel (from Taggart Lake Trailhead to Signal Mountain Lodge) on May 1.
After an off-season break, Glorietta is open! Our on-property restaurant is an Italian Trattoria, with a focus on handmade pasta and wood-fired cooking with expertly crafted cocktails and a value-oriented cellar of incredible Italian wines. Open at 5pm on May 5.
The shuttle services across Jenny Lake at the base of Mount Teewinot begin May 15 for the summer season. On the West side of the lake you will find the Cascade Canyon trailhead with trails from the boat dock to Hidden Falls (1/2 mile each way), Inspiration Point (1 mile each way) and into Cascade Canyon. Boats run from mid May till the end of September.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming has long been referred to as the last of the Old West – a place where Hollywood Western-style romance meets authentic Wyoming ranching culture. Imagine riding quietly through a grove of aspen trees dappled with bright purple lupines. The steady gait of a mild-mannered horse helps you feel the peacefulness of the landscape. Horseback riding is a popular pastime and fun for all levels of experience. From the seasoned cowboys to young children, horseback riding can be an amazing adventure in Jackson Hole. The season runs from May 15 through October 15.
Witness a world-famous event featuring one of Jackson’s more iconic artifacts: antlers. Jackson’s Town Square, already framed in the renowned antler arches, will be lined with hundreds more antlers and thousands of artifacts. Purchase prized deer, elk, and moose antlers, a statement bison skull, or an array of animal artifacts for unqiue crafts or one-of-a-kind decor.
In just 12 minutes, the Aerial Tram glides skyward 4,139 vertical feet. The summit offers staggering 360-degree views of the Tetons, Jackson Hole valley and surrounding mountain ranges. The “Top of the World” provides amazing access to a plethora of great hiking and running trails, climbing, and the occasional snowball fight. Oh, and don’t forget the world famous gourmet waffles in Corbet’s Cabin. The aerial tram runs from May 18 through October 5.
Grand Teton Scenic Trips float smooth sections of the Snake River through Grand Teton National Park where you are treated to stunning views and opportunities for great wildlife sightings. Float trips run May 18 through October 1.
Sample brews from over 25 local and regional breweries! Purchase a glass, then start tasting. The tent on Deloney will be filled with blondes and ales, IPAs and malts, and at your fingertips with one entry fee.
Rodeo has been a part of Jackson Hole’s cowboy culture since the first settlers arrived over 100 years ago. Rodeos are Wednesdays and Saturdays from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day excluding June 27th and fair week (July 19-26), with additional rodeos every Friday in July and August. Jackson Hole Rodeo starts at 8 pm.
Grammy nominated country super-group, Midland, will return to Jackson Hole to headline the 2020 Million Dollar Music Fest on Sunday May 24th. Presented by the iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, this Memorial-weekend free concert returns to the historic Town Square to energize Old West Days by celebrating Jackson’s western heritage and the cowboy culture in grand Wyoming style.
Summer season at the Granite Hot Springs Pool usually opens late May and ends October 31st. In the spring, make sure to call ahead to confirm they are open, as late snow melt-off can delay the road opening sometimes up to two weeks. Operating hours during the summer are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. After Labor Day hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Whether you’re tapping your toes to live music in the lobby or enjoying our signature spiked strawberry lemonade, our goal is the same: to provide you with a home base designed for connection – with yourself, with fellow travelers, and with the surrounding landscape. At the Anvil, you don’t have to worry about where you came from or where you’re going next… for now, you’re living like a local.
Get some air this summer! Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has been hard at work with Gravity Logic mapping, designing and building the best mountain-bike destination in the Tetons. Options abound for every level including novice trails for the uninitiated as well as eye-opening advanced trails and jump tracks. Sail over tabletops, flow around corners and then catch the Teewinot lift for a 5-minute ride back to the top.
The Jackson Hole Farmers Market on the Town Square is a weekly community event supporting local and regional farmers and food vendors on Saturdays from 8 am to noon. From sweet goodies like cookies and pie, to savory butcher cuts, to crisp vine-picked vegetables, to honey and flowers, the Jackson Hole Farmers Market has everything you need for local produce and products.
More than 50 invited artists create masterpieces around Teton County and on the Sculpture Trail. Collectors are invited to browse and bid on fresh artworks! Proceeds benefit the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
For almost thirty years, the Jackson Hole Writers Conference has united people from all walks of life with their passion for words and stories. Professional and novice writers from Jackson Hole, the US, and around the world, attend the conference each year.
Jackson Hole Food & Wine offers a variety of flavors and experiences unique to Jackson Hole. This June, interact and dine with a broad culinary community of local and guest chefs, winemakers, cocktail and beer experts and much more. Taste why Jackson Hole has become an impressive food and wine destination!
The Fourth of July takes on a different meaning in a small, Western town. Horse-drawn stagecoaches lap around an old-school town square, a traditional shoot out is reenacted in the streets, top-class athletes compete at a traditional rodeo, vintage cars, patriotic floats, and local performers star in a parade that takes over the town, and the night is capped with fireworks over the town ski hill.
An evening at the Snake River Ranch to celebrate and support the Animal Adoption Center. All proceeds will directly support its life saving programs and help its animals find their forever homes. Enjoy a family friendly evening including live music, cocktails, dinner, live auction, silent auction, raffle, lawn games & more!
Thousands of art enthusiasts are drawn each year to experience the diverse artwork and breathtaking natural surroundings that make Jackson Hole a leading cultural center. Visitors will appreciate the works of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists along with an exceptional array of events featuring music, cuisine, and wine. More than fifty events round out the festival.
Roads in Grand Teton close in the winter for recreational use and to provide corridors for wildlife. The Teton Park Road is closed November 1 to April 30 from Taggart Lake Trailhead to Signal Mountain Lodge. The road is groomed for skiing, snowshoeing, and hiking from mid-December to mid-March.
Per Governor Gordon’s mandate – any individual coming or returning to Wyoming from another state or country for a non-work related purpose must immediately self-quarantine for 14 days. We understand that your upcoming stays may be impacted by travel restrictions related to novel coronavirus. In an effort to assist our guests with making alternative arrangements, we have extended modification and cancellation waivers.