Jackson Hole News & Guide
Planning your next trip to the Tetons just got a lot easier! Whether you’re a “local” or a first time visitor to Teton Springs Lodge & Spa, the Jackson Hole News & Guide is a terrific resource to help you plan your next adventure. Numerous print and online guides and Jackson Hole News radio are rich with information on the entire Teton Mountain region’s year-round special events, Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks, wildlife, sporting competitions and an endless array of activities. Teton Springs Lodge & Spa is the optimum base camp for those serious about having fun on both sides of the Tetons!
Visitors to Teton Springs Resort have long discovered that the Jackson Hole News & Guide has been the foremost & most reliable source for specificially seeking out the area’s best music venues & festivals. A short, scenic drive from Teton Springs, and one that definitely tops the “must do” list, is the Grand Teton Music Festival. Superb classical musicians from around the world gather here every summer attracted to the acoustically acclaimed Walk Festival Hall and the ever inspiring Teton Mountains. Guests from across the country also retreat to Tetons Springs each summer to attend the July Targhee Fest, featuring an eclectic lineup of rock, country and Americana. The August Bluegrass Festival follows close behind, long considered to be the granddaddy of western bluegrass festivals, now approaching its 23rd annual.
Jackson Hole News & Guide Highlights The Knotty Pine
As another perfect day winds down, Teton Springs guests often head over to down town Victor to enjoy a genuine western experience at the Knotty Pine Saloon. The Jackson Hole News & Guide has contributed to an almost cult following for those anxious to see what breakout new act is performing in this intimate indoor venue or on the “Knotty’s” casual outdoor stage. In late July, and thru the month of August, after a great day of golf at the Headwaters Club, or casting a fly on one of many Teton Springs private ponds, guests put on their dancing shoes and head 8 miles north. If it’s Thursday, it’s Music on Main! This live concert series takes place in the heart of Driggs, Idaho, and attracts serious and well-known musicians from across the country, running the gamut from blues to bluegrass and everything in-between. Bring your dancing shoes!