Teton County is a year-round resort community, located in the northwestern corner of Wyoming. It serves as the southern gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and home to three world class ski resorts. Approximately 97% of the land within the county’s borders is held in public ownership – National Park, National Elk Refuge, and National Forest. Teton County is a unique place to live, offering many outdoor recreational activities, abundant wildlife and open spaces, fine dining, and premier cultural arts offerings. Approximately 21,500 people live in Teton County, but as a resident, you quickly learn that you share your home with over 5,000,000 visitors from all over the world in the summers. Despite this influx, Jackson Hole maintains its western heritage and hospitality.