Teton Valley


The towns of Driggs, Victor and Tetonia, make up the whole  of Teton Valley, which has a whopping population of just over 10,000 year-round patrons. We pale in recognition to our infamous neighbor Jackson Hole. However, what Teton Valley lacks in popularity is made up for with the raw natural beauty of the valley. Keeping the Teton Valley under the radar is a secret that is quite difficult to keep. 


Taken less that 10 minutes from your campsite, Teton Valley has hidden treasures at every turn.


Due to the irresistible outdoor adventures, Teton Valley attracts visitors from all over the nation each and every year.  During the summer, thousands of people visit Wydaho (Jackson Hole and Teton Valley) to enjoy all the outdoor activities and scenery.  There is an influx of people chomping at the bit to get their hands on the outdoor activities that Teton Valley has to offer. The Valley is most notably known for its world-class fly fishing on the Teton River. That is only the tip of the iceberg for Teton Valley, however. From mountain biking, to hiking, to camping and much more, Teton Valley is a diamond in the rough when it comes to outdoor adventures. If you have burnt yourself out on the activities within the Valley, the historic town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming is just over the Teton Pass. If you are looking for raw natural beauty, The top ranked national park of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park are only a short drive away. 



Teton Valley is located in a small basin between the Teton and the Big Hole mountain ranges. Surrounded by mountains on three sides, the Teton Valley does not fall short on beauty. Another natural beauty is the Teton River, which flows right through the heart of the valley. You can easily plan a day float down the river with your family, or search for hidden coves of fish. Want to head over to the renowned Snake River? Just head over Teton Pass or Piney Pass for breathtaking views and trips and the powerful Snake River. Even a smaller known treasure, southwest of Teton Valley, is Swan Valley. Known for square ice-cream and one-room school houses, this is a place all nature lovers who visit Teton Valley cannot pass up.

We are excited to have guests in the Valley for the summer! We are expecting to have 50,000+ EXTRA people in the Valley! If you have not already, make camping arrangements for the Great American Eclipse!



History of Teton Valley: here

Would you like more info about the Yellowstone-Teton area? here

The best of Grand Teton and Yellowstone if you only have a week: here