Rustic charm and wildlife viewing on the quiet side of the Tetons.
Located on the west slope of the Teton Pass, the quiet neighborhoods of Driggs, Victor, Tetonia, and Wyoming's Alta nestle against the 13,000 peaks of the Grand Teton Range, cradling the gentle course of the Teton River. A mere 30 miles from Jackson, this valley thrives on ranching, agriculture, and recreational tourism—perfect for residents and guests looking to immerse themselves in the picturesque paradise of the American West.
Initially home to the Shoshone-Bannock and Northern Paiute Indian tribes, Lewis and Clark made an epic trek across the area in 1805, and, by 1829, it became a site for the annual Rocky Mountain Fur Rendezvous, where trappers trade furs with traders from far and wide as well as some Indian tribes.
With a mix of rustic alpine homes, luxurious cabins, sprawling lots, and commercial sites dotting opulent developments near unique shopping and dining choices, the real estate market in Idaho flourishes with increased value and a median sale price of over half a million dollars, making it the perfect place for property investment.
• Grand Targhee Ski Resort
• Wildlife sightings of bald eagles, cougars, wolverines, and grizzly bears
• Scene of exquisite art, popular trails, and premier golf courses
Idaho's population is a diverse mix of pioneer families and new residents from all over the United States and the world. From farmers to local artists and famous athletes, residents enjoy the Jackson Hole experience with a more laid-back lifestyle and less of the Jackson Hole price.
Outdoor recreation in the Valley is second to none. From golfing on a championship course to fishing in the Blue Ribbon Spring Creeks, hiking, or skiing at a world-class resort—this neighborhood is the perfect paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Call Idaho home, and you'll be immersed in its prosperous Western heritage and vibrant culture.
With Idaho's assortment of ice cream shops, quaint boutiques, eateries, and malls, locals don't have to move too far from home to enjoy a unique shopping or dining experience.
Browse everything from jewelry to classy clothing, accessories, and gifts inside Guchiebird's or walk into the century-old building housing Corner Drug to refill prescriptions. After all, health is wealth!
Victor Emporium is famous for its world-famous huckleberry milkshakes, and you should absolutely try their assorted array of ice cream flavors—especially when the temperatures start to rise!
Craving delicious brisket sandwiches and rib fries? Settle at one of the fine tables outside Big Hole BBQ for a hearty serving sourced from the freshest ingredients. At Bangkok Kitchen, y order everything from fried shrimp rolls to panang curry and Thai tea or settle in for chicken wings and a Bloody Mary at O'Rourke's Bar & Grill.
Book your winter adventure at Grand Targhee Resort and experience the thrill of glade skiing, snow-tubing, and fat-tire biking. The fun doesn't stop there—during the summer, and you can do so much in the mountains, from hiking to trail running, mountain biking, disc golf, and lots more.
Summertime is also Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival time—so enjoyment galore! Gather with the rest of the Valley for magical music performances rendered by the biggest names in bluegrass. There's a reason the festival's been around for over two decades!
Don't forget to bring your blankets and lawn chairs to experience transcendent Music on Main, with popular headlining acts taking the stage each week to enthrall you, your loved ones, and your neighbors. There'd be so much to eat and drink — and so many reasons to dance!
Make sure to call your mountain bike enthusiast friends to join yourself and the rest of the Valley in a test of speed, fortitude, and endurance at one of the most exhilarating mountain bike races ever — Pierre’s Hole 50/100 Mountain Bike Race. Starting at the Grand Targhee Resort, it takes you through epic, rugged terrains and promises fulfilling joy at the finish line.
Idaho is served by Teton School District 401, home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
Carol Linton has been a Wyoming resident and property owner since 1980. Her passion for real estate, interior design, and architecture has contributed to her enormously successful career.Let's Connect