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Shaping Tourism in the Tetons

Harnessing the power of tourism for Jackson.

The Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board is working to ensure that tourism is a positive force for our community.

2021 Statistics

  • 1.6 million

    overnight visitors to Teton County

  • $1.5 billion

    in travel-generated spending

  • 7,740 Jobs

    travel-generated jobs
    (22.2% of Teton County’s total employment)

About the JHTTB

The Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board (JHTTB) is dedicated to developing a healthy economy that preserves Jackson Hole’s natural capital, provides a quality visitor experience, and enhances the well-being of the community.



The Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board has created a resource guide for businesses while Teton Pass is closed. See this guide in our "Industry Assets."

June 10, 2024 – Teton Pass is currently closed due to road failure on Wyoming State HWY 22 at milepost 12.8. The closure is expected to last a few weeks as WYDOT “builds a safe, temporary detour…likely with strict weight and width restrictions…around the slide area using local fill material and paving two temporary lanes.”

Industry Assets

Tools for marketing and destination management for Jackson Hole.

  • Funding Opportunities

    JHTTB funding for events and marketing and visitor impact projects.

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  • Data & Reports

    Data and reports from a variety of vetted sources to understand and respond to the dynamic tourism landscape.

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  • News

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Working toward a sustainable future.

Great destinations are also great places to live, work, and play.

And we want to keep it that way. That’s why the Teton County is prioritizing destination stewardship with a renewed focus on protecting the environment, ensuring the long-term prosperity of the community, and building a sustainable local economy while enhancing residents’ quality of life.

Sustainable Destination Management Plan

Sustainable tourism protects more than just the environment.


Recent News

  • Jackson Hole Remains Open to Visitors, Encourages Patience As Teton Pass Temporarily Closed

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  • Spring 2024 Hospitality Partners Update

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  • Travel & Tourism Board Inspires A Little “Selfie Control”

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