Jackson Hole Activities: Historic Walking Tours!
Jackson Hole, Wyoming has long been considered the “last of the old west.” The city even features an Old West Day festival during the beginning of summer. There are great Jackson Hole activities to try out during the spring and summer that the whole family will enjoy. Check out the shootouts and rodeos that are frequently occurring in Jackson Hole Town Square during the summer. If you want to learn about the history of Jackson Hole, The Jackson Hole Historical Society puts on Historical Walking Tours through Jackson Hole during the summer. Walking tours take place every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30 am from Memorial Day until the end of September. Additionally, there are Saturday Tours at 2 p.m. from June 1st- September 21st. The walking tour starts in Town Square and is free for all participants. Tour guides will tell you stories about Jackson Hole earliest settlers and about the great historical buildings located in downtown. Learn all about Jackson Hole with a great historical tour for free!
If you really want to see one of the earliest settlements in the area, head out to Mormon Row. Mormon row was settled in the 1890s as a homesteading farm with 27 houses. Most of the buildings still stand and are a great spot to check out when you are in town.
Learn all about the fascinating history of Jackson Hole during your vacation. Stay at a great Jackson Hole Wyoming lodging like the Lodge at Jackson Hole. The Lodge features beautiful accommodations and amenities that are perfect for an upscale fun vacation. Kids will enjoy the heated indoor pool and the outdoor Jacuzzi. Adults will enjoy a massage or full body scrub at the Lodge’s amazing full-service spa. Contact the Lodge at Jackson Hole with any questions or to book your vacation. The Lodge at Jackson Hole is perfect for all your Wyoming vacation needs