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Town Square, Jackson

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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  • There are lots of great shops nearby (especially Moo's Ice Cream) and this is a pretty park to sit and rest. You can take a few photos in front of the huge arches made of antlers that are at each corn...  read more »
  • Town Square in Jackson Hole is the focus of town with restaurants, western shops, and the square itself with four big arches made from elk antlers. Everybody used the arches as photo ops! You could sp...  read more »
  • Fascinating display of elk antlers! What a great think the Boy Scouts have done to capture and display the antlers left behind by the elks at the elk refuge. 
  • THE photo spot for Jackson. Antler arches on each corner mark the square but the green grass is a casual spot for relaxing and letting kids play. The carriage ride building also is a good place to take photos if no one is in the office. The evening summer shootout show is a treat, hosted by professional actors from the Playhouse, but not for small ones who dislike loud sounds.
  • Who doesn't want a picture of their family under a massive arch of antler?! Oh and if there are a lot of people, no worries, there are four arches. Once you're done, walk around town, do some shopping, and come back in a couple years. Very touristy town. Lots of people and foreigners. I wouldn't want to stay close to downtown as I'm not a fan of crowds.
  • Locals often play music in the park. It was a great place to rest, relax and enjoy ice cream. Be sure to check out the stage coach rides. Awesome!
  • This is a wealthy person's paradise, a huge tourist trap and that's about it. The proximity to Yellowstone means that a lot of people will come in. During our stop, they had a "farmer's" market going on in the square and we paid 22.00 for 3 absolutely disgusting buscuits, looked at some massively overpriced beef jerky and walked around for a few minutes and saw a bunch of things for sale at prices that would make anyone but a Wall Street Banker or Oil Tycoon blanch. If you think 250/night for a Motel 6 sounds reasonable, you'll love this place.
  • Scenic, Quaint and Relaxing town. Be careful to not customize your order at the Bunnery Basket Cafe. The server will throw on an 18% mandatory tip to your bill.