Best of Jackson
Best Place to hike with your dog…
For more information contact: 1-307-739-5400
or visit www.fs.fed.us/outernet/btnf
Romp along the boardwalk with your dog the follows along a portion of the creek, relax on a waterside bench and listen to the rippling water or head two miles down to the forest trail. From there, at about two miles, you can head back or climb to Cache Creek Pass. You can also cover the entire nine miles to the border of the Bridger Wilderness if you’re in a more vigorous mood. Plenty of water is available for your dog by the creek and social opportunities abound for both you and your canine companion. This trail earned 5 bones from “Doggie Doings” for Jackson Hole, Wyoming” by Judy Eddy.
BEST Place to camp with your dog…
Teton Village KOA
For more information contact: 307-543-2483
or visit www.yellowstonerv.com
You and your dog can enjoy beautiful views of the Grand Teton mountain range peeking out through the trees in this comfortable, friendly campground with shady sites. Like most KOA Kampgrounds, dogs are allowed but need to be on leash, scooped up after and not left at your campsite unattended. Still, you can’t beat a KOA for cleanliness, safety and a great crowd of campers, many with dogs of their own and some camping cats, too.
Best PLACE to stay with your dog…
The Town Square Inns
For more information contact: 1-800-4-TETONS
or visit www.townsquareinns.com
Jackson Hole is a big dog town with practically more dogs than people. So it is no wonder that many of the inns allow pets. The Town Square Inns are four establishments located in the heart of downtown Jackson around Town Square and are all pet-friendly with no pet fees, and all rooms (except suites) allow pets as long as they are not left unattended. Choose from the Antler, Elk Country, the Forty Niner Inn and Suites or the Cowboy Village Resort.