Even with all the crazy weather issues our nation has experienced over the past few years, we continue to be shocked, dismayed and totally in awe when we see what is happening again this summer across the country. How does it ever get to be 107 degrees in California in June, and, will the poor central part of the country even have the time to get back on its feet from recent catastrophic floods? Our “hearts” go out to those impacted by these natural disasters. So much of the entire country is way out of whack for sure. Except for the Teton Mountain region, and for that, we are truly blessed.
Just Getting to Teton Springs is a Beautiful Journey
For many of us that call the Tetons home, summer is the time of year that we so cherish. Fortunately for us “locals” and guests visiting the area, it’s easy to get here from virtually anywhere. Flying into Jackson Hole offers the traveler an incredible sense of arrival with the airport flanked by the iconic Tetons and the impressive Gros Ventre Mountains to the east. It’s also the only airport in the entire country located in a national park, the spectacular Grand Teton National Park no less. That explains why when you exit this airport you immediately spot an elk or two wandering through a herd of Bison and a moose leisurely enjoying an evening snack in the Snake River (just look for a gaggle of humans holding cameras.) Jackson Hole Airport (Code JAC). Teton Springs Lodge & Spa guests also have the option of landing in Idaho Falls, a thoroughly modern & truly a lovely and stress-free facility. Idaho Falls Regional Airport (Code IDA).
While you may not spot the moose on your way to the resort driving the eastern Idaho route to Teton Springs, the short trip is equally as beautiful as you follow the Snake River surrounded by endless acres of wheat & barley bending in the breeze. Don’t forget to stop at the scenic overlook and when you reach Swan Valley, stop and sample one of their famous square ice cream cones. You’ll be finished with it just as you drive into the resort.
Hope You’re Planning on a Long Excursion…
There’s Just So Much To Do for All Ages! Your lodging options are nothing less than amazing with options ranging from Deluxe Lodge Rooms to One bedroom Suites to our well-appointed, beautiful, and affordable 3, 4 and 5 bedroom Luxury Log Homes, which provide a terrific place to come home to in the evening after a full, action packed day in the Yellowstone-Teton area. Put your feet up on the patio, take in the scenery and plan your next day’s adventures. Check out all the Summer Activities you can enjoy while at Teton Springs.
Golf, Fishing, Hiking, Biking… the Summer Fun List Goes On
Teton Springs Resort straddles the Wyoming/Idaho border, an area known for its natural resources and unlimited adventure opportunities. As a guest of Teton Springs Lodge, the term “perfect day” takes on many different meanings – enjoying the resort’s 25 meter pool and hot tubs, basketball and tennis courts, fitness center, reeling in that monster cutthroat in one of the resorts’ stocked ponds (we offer instruction too – for all ages!), a family-fun golf outing on the Par 3 golf course (or championship 18-hole Headwaters Golf course), and taking in the neighborhood on a mountain bike, which just happens to border the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Check out the Resort Amenities.
Yellowstone Wildlife & Scenic Tour
Both the kids and adults will remember this outing for a lifetime! A comfortable Suburban pulls up outside your lodge door and off you go to Yellowstone National Park. It’s the only way to go – no distractions that come with driving yourself through the park and your professional guide points out all the breathtaking scenery and points-of-interest along the way. Your tour of Yellowstone is a full-day filled with information on the park’s history, its eye-popping geological formations (Old Faithful is just the most famous but you’ll see others that will take your breath away) and you’ll learn about the Native Americans and settlers who roamed and lived in this area years ago. There are frequent stops for pictures and time to truly experience our country’s first national park. Your viewfinder will likely focus in on deer, elk, bears, buffalo, moose and other animals and birds living in this splendid and natural environment. You will also stop at the most spectacular Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and the Upper and Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River.
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Book your trip to the Tetons now. As mentioned earlier, it’s the perfect time to be here!
Call us at 877.787.8757. The real memories start here!