Nestled at the base of the Teton Mountains, the resort stretches out over 360 acres, 200 of which have been preserved as open space, including a golf course. There are approximately 45 acres’ worth of ponds and streams on the property. The water and open space combined draw a variety of wildlife, including deer, moose, trumpeter swans and sandhill cranes. For its location and its many amenities, Teton Pines has earned accolades from Conde Nast Traveler, Harper Hideway Report and Golf Digest, among others.
The centerpiece of the resort is the 18-hole golf course, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, which offers challenging play in spectacular scenery. Tennis buffs have a choice of two clay and six latexite hard courts, five of which are covered over during the winter for indoor play. The resort also has a swimming pool, a clubhouse, men’s and women’s locker rooms, cross-country skiing on the golf course in winter, and fly fishing. A county pathway along the Moose-Wilson Road is great for biking, running, walking and inline skating.
Teton Pines lies only six miles west of the Town of Jackson and five miles south of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort ski area. In the wintertime, a complimentary shuttle bus ferries residents to the ski area. As easy as it is to get to all of Jackson Hole’s attractions, one of the aspects of Teton Pines that residents most enjoy is the convenience of the on-site Westside office and shopping complex, which has banks, a grocery store, a liquor store, interior design firms, a coffee shop, dry cleaners and Sotheby’s International Realty office. In addition to Teton Pines’ own well-regarded restaurant, The Pines, residents can dine at Mizu for sushi or Stiegler’s for Austrian fare.
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