Family winter vacation ideas abound in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming. When searching the guide books, most would-be potential visitors ponder heading to this region with one goal in mind, and that’s to visit Yellowstone. There’s no doubt that Yellowstone is the country’s most revered national park. It’s also worth noting that it’s not just our nation’s very first national park, but the world’s first designated national park as well. It encompasses 2.2 million acres and boasts more geysers than anywhere on the planet. It’s an extraordinary place, as is Grand Teton National Park and both are within an easy drive from Teton Springs Resort.
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Yes, exploring the parks in the summer lends itself to a myriad of unique adventures and discovery. Yet, family winter vacation ideas that include visiting the parks long after the crowds have left are also prudent to pursue. Yes indeed, travelers would be missing a tremendous opportunity if they restrict their travel plans to the Yellowstone-Teton region solely to the summer travel season. While the parks literally attract millions of visitors’ from all around the world during the throes of summer travel season, the winter season spells tranquility and beauty beyond description with our family ski vacations. Both of these parks are home to moose, elk, wolves, bison, mountain lions, bears, wolverines and more.
Family winter vacation ideas for this region live and breathe on the Teton Springs Lodge & Spa website at www.tetonspringslodge.com. This upscale year-round resort, while in eastern Idaho’s equally as magnificent Teton Valley, is practically on the Wyoming border. Thus access to the areas attractions and activities are conveniently located for Teton Springs guests to enjoy. The playground includes Jackson Hole and of course these two stunning national parks. It is more likely that outdoor enthusiasts flock to this winter paradise for the world-renowned skiing and snowboarding but the next winter family vacation idea should be Yellowstone in winter.