Jackson is located in the northwest corner of the state of Wyoming. Jackson is high altitude community sitting at approximately the 6500' level. Jackson is the gateway for the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Parks and the National Elk Refuge.
In the winters skiers and snowmobilers flock to ski Jackson Hole and snowmobile the countless backcountry trails. Because of it's high altitude, Jackson enjoys mild summers but very cold winters and at times can be one of the coldest places in the lower 48 states.
Jackson is also a historical town that would best be described as 'Old West' due to its old square western themed buildings still present and in use. These architecture provides a romantic and historic view of the way the city used to be.