Due to flooding and landslides, all five entrances to Yellowstone National Park are temporarily closed through at least June 19, 2022. Yellowstone’s current priority is the safety of visitors and damaged gateway communities. Once flood waters recede, the Park will evaluate roads, bridges, and wastewater treatment facilities before they can provide information on reopening the Park and plans for the remainder of the season. The Park’s Southern Loop (near Jackson) appears less impacted and is likely to open first when deemed safe. For more information on closures, click here.
We want to inform you that Jackson, Grand Teton National Park, and Bridger-Teton National Forest remain open and ready for visitors.
Here in Jackson, we have remained relatively unaffected. Lodging accommodations are open in town and nearby in Grand Teton, Bridger-Teton, and neighboring communities like Teton County, Idaho, and Alpine, Wyoming. In addition, all activities remain open unless the activity requires directly entering Yellowstone National Park. If travel plans include entering the Yellowstone, contact our team for additional amenities and activities while visiting.
We look forward to welcoming you to Jackson!!