Jackson Hole is a small town of just under ten thousand citizens, and is in close proximity to Grand Teton National Parks, and along the corridor to National Elk Refuge and Yellow Stone National Park. Although its location to these parks contributes to the number of visitors Jackson Hole sees every year, Jackson Hole, itself, is an attraction to visitors, particularly due to its unique topography. Subsequently, Jackson hole inns see considerable traffic. Jackson Hole is named as such because it is situated, along with the town of Jackson and Teton, along a forty eight mile long valley, which became known as Jacksons Hole. Thus, Jackson Hole draws skiers from every State, and as such, offers lodging, such as Jackson Hole inns, and attractions to support the influx of tourists that the town sees year round.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming is home to three exciting ski areas, and a variety of lodging choices. Among Jackson Hole lodging options are Jackson Hole Inns, for those that enjoy bed and breakfast type lodging; Jackson Hole hotels for those seeking more privacy and a few extra perks; or, for those on a budget, Jackson hole motels will provide clean, adequate quarters at an economy rate. Regardless of your purpose there is are many Jackson Wyoming Hotels, Jackson Wyoming motels, and Jackson Valley inns to accommodate your lodging needs. However, if you are looking for a specific lodging experience, it is a good idea to contact the facilities directly; for instance, if you are looking for the bed and breakfast experience, you want to make sure that any Jackson Hole inns that you are considering offer that experience.