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Jackson Hole Neighborhoods

Jackson
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Jackson

With a year-round population of around 10,000, Jackson is no teeming metropolis, though it overflows with visitors during the summer months. It's very walkable, especially downtown, where you'll find a charming array of museums, galleries, hotels, bars and restaurants, as well as the wooden boardwalks and elk-antler arches of Jackson Town Square. The Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center is the first building on the left when you drive into town from the north on Highway 191. Snow King Mountain looms south of town, with the wide-open spaces of the National Elk Refuge stretching to the east. The shallow waterway babbling on the west side of town is called Flat Creek. Before making yourself appear foolish to locals, know that "Jackson Hole" refers to the entire valley area and that Jackson is the town.
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Teton Village

With just a few hundred full-time residents, Teton Village sits at the base of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, the largest, most popular and most expensive ski destination in Wyoming. Located on the doorstep of Grand Teton National Park — about 12 miles northwest of Jackson on the highly scenic Moose-Wilson Road — the Swiss-style village is a self-contained colony with its own shops, restaurants, bars and cafés.
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