TRAVELING TO JACKSON
Jackson has its own airport (JAC), though prices of flights into Jackson usually fluctuate quite a bit. As an alternative, it is possible to fly into Idaho Falls (IDA) or Salt Lake City (SLC) and drive over/up. Neither are right next door, but the drives are really beautiful.
If anyone is interested in those options, let us know - we can connect people together to help with rental cars, etc.
Katrina's parents, who live in Wilson, have been scouting out housing options for the wedding.
The most promising lead that Lynne has found is through Rendevous Mountain Rentals. They offer housing rentals on the West Bank (Teton Village or the Aspens), and will give a 10% discount if you call directly and book the reservation (1-888-739-2565). For this, use our group number -- #51.
We have already filled up one large rental with attending guests, and are looking into reserving another house in the Teton Village area. If you'd like to share a house with other guests, please use the button below to let us know, and we'll discuss details with you directly.
There are also a number of houses in Jackson for rent through Air B&B that are worth checking out - however, they won't have the 10% discount offered through the rental broker.
If hotels are more your speed, the Jackson Chamber of Commerce has an overview of hotels in the area. And here's another helpful overview from the folks out at Teton Village Ski Resort.
For some specific options (ordered from lowest to highest cost):
Super 8 (a less-expensive staple in Jackson)
Motel 6 (another less-expensive staple in Jackson)
Elk Refuge Inn (a less-expensive option right across from... the Elk Refuge. Located close to the reception)
The Town Square Inns (a variety of offerings around Jackson, from motel rooms to private cabins)
Anvil Hotel (a mid-level boutique hotel in Jackson)
Pony Express Motel (another mid-level in-town option)
Snow King (at the base of the in-town ski hill, recently renovated)
Spring Creek Ranch (a beautiful lodging option outside of town, currently running a special on Kayak)
The Wort Hotel (a historic hotel located in town)
Teton Village Options (if you're up for pulling out all the stops...)
And of course, for the more adventurous, camping is a beautiful option at this time of year..!