Getting to Teton Village
Jackson Hole is the most easily accessible winter resort destinations in North America thanks to the nonstop flights from 12 major US cities to the Jackson Hole Airport – the only commercial airport in the United States located inside a national park.
Fly to Jackson Hole
Located at the base of the majestic Teton Mountain Range – and the only U.S. commercial airport located inside a national park – Jackson Hole Airport is an awe-inspiring start to you trip to Jackson Hole.
Serviced by American Airlines, Delta Airlines, SkyWest Airlines, and United Airlines seasonally, these carriers combine to provide direct service to the following major US cities:
- Salt Lake City
- Dallas/Ft. Worth
- San Francisco
- New York City – JFK
- Los Angeles
Once You Land
Upon arrival at Jackson Hole Airport you are an easy 40-minute drive to Teton Village.
Our Concierge Services Team can arrange your ground transportation needs by rental car, executive car service, taxi or shuttle.
Once you’re in Teton Village, you will check-in to your Teton Private Residence at the front desk of Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa.
Teton County’s convenient and affordable public transit system, START Bus, is the perfect way to venture in to the Town of Jackson and return to Teton Village. A one-way trip from the Village to downtown Jackson is $3 per person.
Driving in Jackson Hole
If you’re staying in one of the private homes in the Teton Private Residences, a rental vehicle is recommended. These homes feature garage parking, so you won’t be clearing snow off your vehicle in the morning.
If you do plan to drive here in the winter, please note:
- Our abundant snow sometimes makes for challenging road conditions. Wyoming does not plow the roads overnight – so it’s best to stay in during one of our snowstorms and stay safe and cozy by the fireplace.
- The Town of Jackson provides free parking.
- Speed limits are reduced in the winter due to the large animals often seen throughout Jackson Hole. Please obey these speed limits and save your vehicle – and a moose – and give our wildlife a “brake”.