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Elk Camp Boasts a Long and Storied History

One of the few chances to own a piece of the Snake River, Elk Camp boasts a long and storied history. Once part of one of the valley’s earliest ranches, the more than 30-acre parcel ran horses and cattle. Its opulence served as a fertile year-round feed ground for a diversity of wildlife. That rich heritage lives on at Elk Camp today, seemingly rooted in the property itself. A natural wildlife sanctuary located alongside migration routes too old to tell, Elk Camp’s pastoral leas serve as a resting ground for a bounty of elk, moose and deer throughout the seasons.

It’s not hard to see why the valley’s wildlife gravitate to this peaceful hollow.

Just a short drive from the property entrance, the Snake River cuts an impressive path along the base of the Tetons. To the north, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks provide two of the country’s largest land reserves, ensuring the stunning beauty will be preserved indefinitely.

For both outdoor enthusiasts and those seeking a simple retreat into nature, Elk Camp offers boundless recreation in summer, winter, fall and spring. Rare Snake River access puts world-class fishing and rafting just steps from one’s back porch. The property’s meadows provide easy-access hiking during the summer and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during the winter. Just miles away, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort—which is consistently voted the #1 ski resort in the country—offers more vertical thrills.