Super 8 Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Jackson
... of the mountains. We missed the trail cutoff and ended up bushwhacking around west side of pond near a beaver dam then found the trail again. The Great Explorers!
We stopped at Signal Mountain campground to scope out the campsites and I saw the biggest buck deer ever walking thru the campground. Quick! --- Park and grab the aforementioned camera and stalk the buck!. There were three of them and soon they bedded down for a little rest. Kent ...
The excitement of watching for the wolves in the Lamar Valley. This year it seemed the campgrounds were filling up faster than in years past. This year it seemed we would not be able to get into Slough Creek, Canyon was full and we were able to get a site at Pebble Creek by arriving at around 6 am in the morning, the campground host was awake and helped us get our ...
... to a radio station, where he was given candy bar. The people asked my dad for his name to broadcast on the radio station. Through his tears they heard "Bruce Tunto." Eventually his parents came back to claim him . Don't worry, we didn't forget Bruce! After shopping, we went to our campground. We asked a girl at the welcoming center for a recommendation for dinner. ...
Allen’s up at 5:00 am to hunt for moose and bear and then to take a morning photo of the barn on Mormon Row. I’m with him in spirit. I’m sleeping in today. He returns about 8:00 am. No moose or bear, but he does get some great pictures of the barn. He’s a little disgruntled about the lack of wildlife, but he gets over it after we decide to do a 5 mile hike around Jenny Lake up to Hidden Falls.
The hike is listed as easy/moderate, which suits ...
... Smith’s we meet Eric, the customer service manager. Born and raised in Jackson, Eric returned after he graduated college. He loves this area and tells us that many of his friends, who went away for college, returned like he did. They’re working in jobs that may or may not have anything to do with their majors, but they don’t care. They wanted to come home. I ask my usual questions about the area and cost of living. Eric tells us that ...