Horse properties, rural lifestyle, solitary communities in a natural landscape
Teeming with small-scaled developments that sprawl as far as the Snake River bottoms, North of Airport is befitting of anyone desiring the peace of living in an isolated haven near enough to the busiest airport in Wyoming, yet far enough to not catch the slightest hint of tourist activity.
Home to the remote enclaves in Buffalo Valley and Lost Creek Ranch while also cradling rural Moose and Moran, this Jackson Hole region is notable for its historic ranching and farming—a paradise of wooded lots featuring exotic views of the Grand Tetons, easy access to the Snake River, wildlife, and a wealth of fun outdoor activities.
Here, you’ll find million-dollar log homes, well-maintained horse properties, and ranches perfect for equestrian enthusiasts. Lot sizes typically range between 4 to 10 acres, and with the ultimate privacy and breathtaking atmosphere of this region, it is a popular spot for homebuyers ready to get away from it all.
• Grand Teton National Park
• Boating or fishing on Jackson Lake
• Guest ranches with horseback riding, dining, skiing, and snowmobiling
With a ton of diversity, history, and rich culture, North of Airport is the perfect getaway for a quiet and convenient lifestyle in the iconic Jackson Hole while being near all of the Valley’s art and entertainment. If you’re in the market for a property with an expansive yard, you’ve come to the right place.
Thanks to the world-class dining options available North of Airport, locals have no trouble picking where to enjoy a cozy family feast or grab a quick lunch.
Craving fresh pasta after a thrilling adventure in Grand Teton National Park? Grab a plate at Dornan's. Their assorted menu offers everything from gourmet pizzas to bakery-fresh bread, salads, hot coffee, espresso, and ice cream. You can even enjoy coleslaw and a chicken sandwich at Dornan's Chuckwagon.
Want to share a large pepperoni pizza back home with the family? Leek's Marina has you covered. They also have Italian specialties, beer, lemonade, and other beverages to grab along.
For all your hiking, camping, backpacking, and climbing gear, Moosely Seconds conveniently sits at Dornan's—your haven for outdoor clothing and rentals.
Gear up and get ready for elk sightings, deer and moose roaming around, short walks to Snake River, and thrilling adventures in the two national parks—Grand Teton or Yellowstone. This may just be the closest to paradise on earth.
At Moose Visitor Center, you can experience modern exhibits exploring themes of place, people, preservation, and mountaineering or view a collection of Native American artifacts from the Vernon Collection. You'll also get to watch a short HD movie titled: Grand Teton National Park: Life on the Edge brought to you by Discovery Communications, Inc., or you can simply take a stroll along the Video Rivers and shop at the bookstore.
Stop by the Colter Bay Visitor Center on the shores of Jackson Lake for a ranger-led hike to Swan Lake, an enlightening tipi demonstration, Indian arts, and culture, as well as exciting wildlife watches.
With your proximity to Grand Teton, you can bike along the paved roads or explore popular trails winding toward grizzly bear habitats. Go boating through the waters of Jackson Lake with friends—you may want to take along your fishing rod, too!
North of Airport is served by Teton County School District, 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