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A wildlife refuge located north of Jackson, WY that provides winter habitat for Jackson's elk herd. Seasonal hours of operation are listed on the web site for the Visitor Center, Historic Miller House, and Winter Sleigh Ride program.
We drove thru the refuge in August 2018. Unfortunately it was in the high 90’s out and all of the elk were up in the hills because it was cooler for them. This is a huge property and we rented a jeep 4x4 to explore...More
As advised by the desk at the Parkway Inn, it went across town and entered the Natl Elk Refuge from the back side and drove the back roads for, at least, a couple of miles. Great early morning views and can only imagine what it...More
Although the elk are not here in the summer, it was interesting to look out over the National Elk Refuge from the second story of the Visitor Center on North Cache Street in Jackson, and imagine several thousand elk finding a refuge here during the...More
No elk in July, no problem. The last time we were in Jackson we actually stayed close to the refuge, this time we stayed in town. We took a half day wildlife safari tour and the elk refuge was one of the stops. Plenty of...More
Enough snow for this activity is 50/50 before December 25th. You could luck out with a good early winter there or not enough. The peaks will have snow to make it picture perfect but enough for a sleigh ride. Planning an... More
Enough snow for this activity is 50/50 before December 25th. You could luck out with a good early winter there or not enough. The peaks will have snow to make it picture perfect but enough for a sleigh ride. Planning an early trip before Janurary and thinking there is going to be enough snow for anything or everything is always a gamble.