Towns of Teton Valley

    Victor is the charming little town on the South end of the valley just minutes from Jackson, WY and Grand Teton National Park. Victor is famous for the Emporium’s huckleberry milkshakes and Pierre’s Playhouse movie theatre and melodrama. In December every year, don’t miss the light parade as it heads down Main Street.  2010 Music on Main was a huge attraction in Victor on Thursday nights all Summer.

    Set in the middle of the three towns, Driggs is the hub of Teton Valley. 15 minutes from Targhee Ski Resort and minutes away from Targhee National Forest and hiking, fishing, biking, ect. When you drive into Driggs, be sure to notice the iconic buffalo on the roof at the stop light. Eat at one of the many restaurants and enjoy the small town atmosphere and friendly people. Enjoy the hot-air balloon celebration over the 4th of July, and many other entertainments that abound in the town of Driggs.

    Tetonia is surrounded by agricultural ground, Tetonia has majestic views of the Tetons. Stop by Trails End Restaurant for some home cooked food. Across the street, at Dave’s Pub, often times you can enjoy live entertainment. Just a short drive takes you to Yellowstone National Park and the scenic views and wildlife that it boosts.