Days Inn Jackson Hole

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

350 South Highway 89, PO Box 2986, Jackson, Wyoming, 83001, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
52%
109
Very Good
30%
63
Average
10%
22
Poor
4%
10
Terrible
1%
4

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 37% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples82
  • Solo100
  • Business83

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Forum Posts

Jackson Hole/Yellowstone/Grand Tetons

by valerie7277

Hi -- I'm heading to Jackson Hole and Yellowstone later this month and was looking for some help on a few things. I'm looking at booking a white water rafting trip through Mad River Outfitters (probably just an 8 mile trip). Has anyone used them before? Or any other good recommendations?

Also, what is the weather typically like in May? It seems like there is a huge range, so I'm not sure what I should be packing. (we're planning on doing some hiking, white water rafting, a spa day, and general exploring of the area)

Thanks!!
Valerie

Re: Jackson Hole/Yellowstone/Grand Tetons

by RoscoeGregg

The weather in Jackson in May will be variable and chilly.The days will range from warm to cold. The average high for May is around 70 the average low is around 40. It is a wet month for Wyoming so expect a little rain or snow.

If you take several layers and a weather proof shell you should be able to dress for any conditions that you may encounter. Steer clear of cotton and stick with polar fleece, wool, and silk. I nice polar fleece will help you blend. It is the unofficial uniform in Jackson.

Take some good gloves and a warm hat you loose a lot of heat from your head. In mountaineering school the axiom was that if your feet are cold put on a better hat.

You are going to one of the most beautiful places on the planet so get stoked to have a great time. Be sure to post some pictures when you get home.

Happy Trails,

Randy

Re: Jackson Hole/Yellowstone/Grand Tetons

by travelgourmet

As for Yellowstone weather, it snowed on May 30 when my wife and I visited, so I would assume that you could get snow or be very cold. We went to Jackson Hole after Yellowstone and had a great time in town. Cold at night and bearable during the day time. Of course, that would be the first week of June.

Re: Jackson Hole/Yellowstone/Grand Tetons

by Dymphna1

Rafting in May? You might want to reconsider. The water is snow run off and very very very cold. I dumped a canoe once in that stuff in May. It was so cold I could not speak as it wasn't much warmer than the snow it had come from. The rivers will be very full and running very fast.

Yellowstone is still very cold at that time. They cannot even guarantee that all of the roads will be open by then, at least not the Cook City Highway will not be open yet.

You are far braver than I am.

Re: Jackson Hole/Yellowstone/Grand Tetons

by basstbn

Was in the area in early June two years ago, and experienced some heavy snow storms which made parts of Yellowstone inaccessible. During three day stay we saw no rafters on the Snake. It was probably too stinkin' cold. I believe the only time when the weather is predictable is the dead of winter. As suggested by another responder, be prepared to layer your clothing. In spite of the weather, it is a wonderful time to visit. The crowds are lighter, and the wildlife was abundant and active. Don't expect to see much in the way of wildflowers, though.

Re: Jackson Hole/Yellowstone/Grand Tetons

by valerie7277

Thanks for all of the great tips! This time in May was the only option for me and my travel companion to go, so we just decided to go for it since this was a place that we both had on our wish list. I didn't realize how cold it would be there in May though! I'm from Michigan so luckily I'm well prepared with all of the essentials for cold weather and staying warm :-) Warm weather vacations are so much easier to pack for!

Linda - Thanks for the Flying Pig recommendation. They have some great packages....I've also heard about Dave Hansen Tours. Have you heard of them? Do you think I should book in advance or wait until we arrive?

Travel Tips for Jackson

Wildlife Paradise

by KaiM

Take your time and keep your eyes open to observe animals. The best time to see a lot of animals is winter, because when its cold, they come down to the tourist spots in the valley and to the hot pools to find food and warm places. You can see buffaloes, coyotes, wolves, eagles, deers, mooses and others... Most of those animals mentioned can be seen close to Jackson and especially at Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. But still you need to have some luck and patience.

May-June expect all weather in Wyoming

by glo39

This s/all fit in 1 bag + a regular size back pack for touring. Amt CLOTHING for WY
May-June expect anything from snow and freezing rain to hot and dry
2;1;1 jeans; zip offs; fleece pants
1 belt
1 shorts
1;1 headband;bandana
1 tee shirt
1 fleece jacket
1 rain jacket & waterproof pants
1 winter jacket
4 long sleeve tops
1 sweater
0 jean jacket
8 undies
0 pj's-optional!
2; 1 bras strapless; sport
5 regular socks
2 hiking boots-you'll need a dry pair as a back up
5 hiking socks
1 fleece shirt or sweatshirt
1 robe
1 warm gloves
1 warm scarf
1 long underwear TOILETRIES

make-up if you're a glamor girl ;-)
sunscreen
hairdryer
comb
soap
toothbrush
toothpaste
vitamins & pills
bandaids & Advil
handi wipes
water bottle
hair gel
shave cream
zip loc bags
knitting-to relax
knife-be sure to pack this in your check in suitcase
nasal spray-if partial to nosebleeds it's dry out there!
visine
repellent
TP Up to you. I'm a point and click kinda girl so I travel light. If you are into photography bring the tripod and everything else you own as there are so many photo ops in this part of the country. 1 bathing suit
1 beach towel
sunscreen Amt MISC

1;1 hat & ear bags-I can't live w/o my ears being covered in the cold
1 sandals
1 book
1 reading sunglasses
1 camera & film
0 batteries
1 binoculars
1 travel diary and pen
1 guide books and highlighter, post it flags
2 h20
deck of cards
1 MP3 player
1 sm flashlight
5 protein bars
1 fanny pack water carrier or some such device

Yellowstone National Park: Close, but Not Close

by KimberlyAnn

I have only listed this as an Off the Beaten Track tip, because of its distance from Jackson, Wyoming. Yellowstone National Park lies 56 miles north of the town of Jackson. Most people who visit Grand Teton National Park, are including it with a trip to Yellowstone. Yellowstone is one of the most popular National Parks in the country, and if you have never visited Yellowstone, and are planning a trip to Grand Teton, be sure to set aside a few days to spend in Yellowstone. Because of the distance from Jackson, and the slow driving through the parks, do not make Jackson your base for visiting Yellowstone. Instead, enjoy the Tetons from Jackson, then move to Yellowstone Park for the next part of your vacation.

When in Yellowstone, don't just go to Old Faithful and leave. There is SO much more. One thing that is fun is to take the Old Faithful Lodge historic tour, which is quite interesting. If you don't want to do this, at least go in and look around. It is the most outstanding log structure I have ever seen. If you only have a couple of days, be sure to visit the Old Faithful geyser basin, and the Norris geyser basin. And a visit to the Canyon area and it's falls is a must do! Artists Point is my favorite look out point along the canyon, although Lookout Point is also a very nice view of the Lower Falls. Inspiration Point will also give you a wonderful view of the canyon. If you have time, and are in good physical health, you can also hike down to the base of the lower falls along the Uncle Tom's trail. It's quite a down/up walk with lots of stairs, but if you are up to it this is a nice outing. If you have more than a couple of days, visit the Mammoth Hot Springs area and Tower Falls. For wildlife, visit Lamar Valley and Hayden Valley.

For detailed pages on Yellowstone Park, visit my VT pages at Yellowstone National Park, My Neighbor.

Don't Miss Out on this Great Restaurant

by ktoedtli about Wild Sage Restaurant in Jackson Hole

Environment: Warm, welcoming, lavish, private, personal

Wine: Forgive me for I can not do wine any justice of description but it was simply perfect. Order anything because it is all amazing.

Entrée: This was by far the best complete dinner in Jackson. The food was of superior quality, an exquisite blend of classic and nouveau American.

I recommend to simply relax and enjoy every ounce of pleasure the Wild Sage is willing to dote on you and don’t ask, just say “yes, please!” You will savor the food and the moment.

World famous bread!! OSM

by pbud01 about The Bunnery

The bunnery is a great bakery that does all sorts of breakfasts and lunches (check out their website listed below), but they're most famous for their OSM Bread, a 3 grain bread that is unbelievable I buy the bread and use it for french toast, toast, sandwiches, You name it.

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 Days Inn Jackson Hole

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Address: 350 South Highway 89, PO Box 2986, Jackson, Wyoming, 83001, United States