The Wildflower Inn
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The Wildflower Inn has the perfect location...a secluded, restful setting with ponds, aspens and mountain views and yet within minutes of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the Town of Jackson and fantastic restaurants.

The Wildflower Inn is one of those rare spots where you will turn down the curving drive for your first view of the Inn and say "WOW!"

 

 
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Jackson Hole refers to the entire Valley; which includes Grand Teton National Park, the Town of Jackson, Wilson, and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village.

The local Hertz agency offers our guests a discount on car rentals. Call the local office at 307-733-2272 and tell them you are staying at The Wildflower Inn to get your discount.

Our physical location is:   3725 Shooting Star Lane  Wilson, WY 83014     view in Google Maps

Directions from the Jackson Hole Airport via the Town of Jackson
We are located about 20-30 beautiful minutes from the airport. see MAP

Turn right as you leave the airport toward the Town of Jackson.

After a few minutes, you will see the National Elk Refuge on your left, home to 10,000 elk, bison, wolves and mountain lions during the winter months. On your right you will see the National Wildlife Museum, a wonderful spot to stop for lunch.

You will enter Jackson and come to the Town Square with its famous elk antler arches. Turn right onto Broadway. Travel 5 minutes or so.

At a major intersection with 4 way lights, turn right onto Highway 22 traveling toward Wilson and Teton Village. Travel 5 minutes or so.

You will cross the Snake River. Turn right onto Highway 390 (also known as Teton Village Road) heading toward Teton Village and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Travel about 5 minutes.

You will pass the Teton Pines Golf Course on your left, then "The Aspens" (also called the Jackson Hole Racquet Club). Our driveway is 1/8th mile further on the left, "Shooting Star Lane". (There are two large power poles on the right side of the highway, directly opposite our driveway.)   see MAP

Directions from the Jackson Hole Airport
via Grand Teton National Park and Teton Village

(About 45 minutes. This route is open only May 1 through October 31)
Part of this drive is on a gravel country road with great wildlife viewing. Beautiful! see MAP

Turn left as you leave the airport, toward the entrance of Grand Teton National Park at Moose. 

In about 5 minutes you will take a left turn toward "Moose" and the mountains. After you turn, you will see on your right a wonderful area called "Dornan's". You will find a terrific little bar that serves a casual lunch with a drop dead view of the Tetons. They also have an incredible wine selection. Straight ahead, across the Snake River is the Park Entrance and on your left is the Visitor's Center.

At the west end of the Visitor's Center parking lot, tucked into the trees and almost hidden, is the "Moose-Wilson Road".  (You will be driving toward Teton Village.)  This winding, gravel country road is 7 miles long and wanders through the former Rockefeller Ranch.  This narrow paved country road will turn into a narrow gravel country road the last few miles, you are not lost!   

Keep an eye out for the new Lawrence Rockefeller Preserve, you will want to visit this at some time. You may see wildlife along here, especially in the early morning and late evening.

You will soon come out onto a main road.  You will drive past the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village and the just opened Shooting Star Country Club, keep going.  Remain on the main highway for about 4 miles. On your left you will see a school, the road will begin to curve and soon you will see "Shooting Star Lane" on your right.  (There are two large power poles on the left side of the highway, directly opposite our driveway.) If you come to the Aspens, you have gone 1/8th mile too far. see MAP

Directions from Salt Lake City, Utah and Idaho Falls, Idaho
(4 1/2-5 hours from SLC and 1 1/2  hours from Idaho Falls) see MAP

From Salt Lake City you will head north on Interstate 15 toward Pocatello, Idaho. You will continue toward Idaho Falls, Idaho. Follow the signs to Jackson.

When you come to the junction at Swan Valley, you will see signs directing you to continue straight ahead, but we have another suggestion.  In the summer seasons, turn left at the grocery/gas station and head for Victor, Idaho. (In the winter season, stop and check for road conditions on Teton Pass. If they are poor...then follow normal road signs directing you to Jackson.) This is a beautiful drive and shorter.

In Victor, take a right turn on Main toward Wilson, Wyoming and over Teton Pass. You are only about 30 minutes from us, enjoy the views! 

You will drive through Wilson.  At the stop light, before crossing the Snake River, take a left onto Highway 390, (also known as Teton Village Road), heading toward Teton Village and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. You will travel about 5 minutes.

You will pass the Teton Pines Golf Course on your left, then "The Aspens" (also called the Jackson Hole Racquet Club). Our driveway is 1/8th mile further on the left, " Shooting Star Lane".  (There are two large power poles on the right side of the highway, directly opposite our driveway. )   You're here! see MAP

Directions from Yellowstone National Park
via Moran Junction and Town of Jackson

(About 1 1/2 hours.) see MAP

Drive about 27 miles past the south gate of Yellowstone, then turn right onto US 26/287 just after you pass the north gate of Grand Teton National Park.

After about 25 miles, you will see the National Elk Refuge on your left, home to 10,000 elk, bison, wolves and mountain lions during the winter months. On your right you will see the National Wildlife Museum, a wonderful spot to stop for lunch.

Five miles further, you will enter Jackson and come to the Town Square with its famous elk antler arches. Turn right onto Broadway. Travel 5 minutes or so.

At a major intersection with 4 way lights, turn right onto Highway 22 traveling toward Wilson and Teton Village. Travel 5 minutes or so.

You will cross the Snake River. Turn right onto Highway 390 (also known as Teton Village Road or Moose-Wilson Road) heading toward Teton Village and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Travel about 5 minutes.

You will pass the Teton Pines Golf Course on your left, then "The Aspens" (also called the Jackson Hole Racquet Club). Our driveway is 1/8th mile further on the left, "Shooting Star Lane" (There are two large power poles on the right side of the highway, directly opposite our driveway).   see MAP

Directions from Yellowstone National Park
via Moran Junction and Moose


(About 1 1/2 hours. This route is open only May 1 through October 31)
Part of this drive is on a gravel country road with great wildlife viewing. Beautiful!  see MAP

Drive about 27 miles past the south gate of Yellowstone, then turn right onto US 26/287 just after you pass the north gate of Grand Teton National Park. You may see herds of bison along this road. After about 18 miles, take a right onto Teton Park Road towards Moose and the mountains.

After you turn, you will see on your right a wonderful area called "Dornan's". You will find a terrific little bar that serves a casual lunch with a drop dead view of the Tetons. They also have an incredible wine selection. Straight ahead, across the Snake River is the Park Entrance and on your left is the Visitor's Center.

At the west end of the Visitor's Center parking lot, tucked into the trees and almost hidden, is the "Moose-Wilson Road" (You will be driving toward Teton Village).  This winding, gravel country road is 7 miles long and wanders through the former Rockefeller Ranch.  This narrow paved country road will turn into a narrow gravel country road the last few miles, you are not lost!   

Keep an eye out for the new Lawrence Rockefeller Preserve, you will want to visit this at some time. You may see wildlife along here, especially in the early morning and late evening.

You will soon come out onto a main road.  You will drive past the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village and the just opened Shooting Star Country Club, keep going.  Remain on the main highway for about 4 miles. On your left you will see a school, the road will begin to curve and soon you will see "Shooting Star Lane" on your right.  (There are two large power poles on the left side of the highway, directly opposite our driveway.) If you come to the Aspens, you have gone 1/8th mile too far. see MAP

Directions from Yellowstone National Park via Jenny Lake

(About 2 hours. This route is open only May 1 through October 31 and takes you on the very scenic "Inner Road" of Grand Teton National Park past Signal Mountain and Jenny Lake. The Tetons are "in your face".)
Part of this drive is on a gravel country road with great wildlife viewing. Beautiful! see MAP

From the south gate of Yellowstone, travel about 23 miles, then turn right onto Teton Park Road towards Jackson Lake Dam. Drive 20 miles, then just past the south gate of the Park and before the Visitor's Center, take a right onto Moose Wilson Road (You will be driving toward Teton Village).  This winding, gravel country road is 7 miles long and wanders through the former Rockefeller Ranch.  This narrow paved country road will turn into a narrow gravel country road the last few miles, you are not lost!   

Keep an eye out for the new Lawrence Rockefeller Preserve, you will want to visit this at some time. You may see wildlife along here, especially in the early morning and late evening.

You will soon come out onto a main road.  You will drive past the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village and the just opened Shooting Star Country Club, keep going.  Remain on the main highway for about 4 miles. On your left you will see a school, the road will begin to curve and soon you will see "Shooting Star Lane" on your right.  (There are two large power poles on the left side of the highway, directly opposite our driveway.) If you come to the Aspens, you have gone 1/8th mile too far. see MAP

Please call, write or email us for any additional information
we can give you about the Wildflower Inn or the Jackson Hole Area.

 
   
 
 

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