Why Teton Valley, Idaho

Teton Valley’s stunning natural beauty, diverse ecosystems, and abundant wildlife are truly unique. Located within the greater Yellowstone ecosystem and Grand Teton National Park, world class recreational opportunities are endless. Teton Valley is surrounded on three sides by close to 3 million protected acres of National Forest, National Parks and Wilderness. Golf on one of our Championship Golf Courses. Take a walk in meadows teaming in wildflowers. Fish for native cutthroat trout in blue ribbon spring creeks and rivers. Ride hundreds of miles of single track mountain biking trails. Ski at your choice of two world class resorts, or hike to backcountry powder paradise. Become a part of a unique community of western heritage, local artists, farmers, and world class athletes.

World Class Recreation

Teton Valley’s unique beauty and dramatic landscape lend way to an endless supply of recreational opportunities. These include Championship Golf, Blue Ribbon Fly Fishing, Downhill and Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, Biking, Whitewater, Big Game and Wetland Hunting, and Horseback Riding. Teton Valley is located midway between Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Both of these resorts are known for high annual snowfall, breathtaking ski runs, small crowds, and short lift lines. Come and find out why Powder Magazine ranked Teton Valley in the Top Ten Ski Destinations in the United States.

Thriving Culture

Teton Valley is one of the thriving cultural centers of Idaho. The artistic community ranges from our local artists and art galleries to our weekly summer concert series “Music on Main.” and the Grand Targhee Music Festivals. Teton Valley is home to a myriad of culinary opportunities from award winning bbq to fine dining in spectacular settings. Enjoy a glass hand crafted micro-brewed beer from one of our two Valley Breweries, an artisan cocktail of our locally distilled Potato Vodka, or a glass of wine from one of the nearly 50 Idaho Wineries.

Scenic Beauty & Wildlife

Teton Valley is part of the National Geographic Scenic Byway, and home to diverse range of wildlife. Visitors and locals alike delight in sharing the land with species such as Elk, Moose, Deer, Bison, Big Horned Sheep, Bald Eagles and Osprey.

Classic American Community

The rich agricultural and western heritage of Teton Valley is deeply woven throughout our community, while being complimented by a thriving mountain culture. The highlight of the summer season is the annual 4th of July celebration. From a standing room only parade in Victor to the fireworks display at Huntsman Springs, the American Spirit of Teton Valley is on full display. Families love the small town atmosphere and hospitality of Teton Valley. A commitment to our school system, healthcare and municipal services make Teton Valley an outstanding choice to raise a family. Download PDF Flyer >