Home of the Teton Mountains and known as being a winter and summer destination, Jackson Hole is a permanent vacation spot. Whether you’re looking for a luxury residence or vacation retreat in the mountains, a family home in one of the area’s popular residential communities or a western ranch of your dreams, there is a place for you in the Jackson Hole region. To aid in your search, use this comprehensive guide of Jackson’s distinct neighborhoods.

Westbank of the Snake

The Westbank is comprised of everything west of the Snake River, with the exception of Teton Village. From the Town of Jackson you head west on Highway 22, about six miles, until you cross the river and arrive in downtown Wilson.

Teton Village

Home of the Four Seasons Resort and top ranking Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Teton Village is where you’ll find some of the area’s most luxurious homes, hotels, townhomes and cabins.

Town of Jackson

The Town of Jackson is comprised of about half of Teton County’s (also nicknamed Jackson Hole which refers to the area’s entire valley) population of nearly 20,000. Downtown Jackson is rich with art galleries, wonderful shopping, restaurants, museums, theater and architecture that reflects the towns’ appreciation of the local landscape.

Middle Valley

This area is the geographic heart of Jackson Hole and defined by the southern edge at Skyline Ranch to the northern edge at the Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis and Sagebrush Drive. Equidistant between the Jackson Town Square and Teton Village, the Middle Valley arguably contains the best views in valley, coupled with the overall convenient location.

South Valley

Defined by High School Road at the edge of the Town of Jackson to the south end of Teton County near Hoback Junction, the South Valley is quietly getting more popular. The famed 3 Creek Ranch, Ely Springs, Indian Springs and the Dairy Ranches are located on the north and west sides of the Middle Valley.

North Valley

North Valley is where you’ll find postcard-perfect photos. This area provides huge views of the Teton Mountains, the Sleeping Indian and many of Jackson’s larger parcels which border the Snake River and Grand Teton National Park. This region of the valley is the most stunning for its views, and convenience to the Jackson Hole airport, the only airport in the country that’s located in a national park–New Flight Charters.