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JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING is located in northwestern Wyoming. The Park consists of approximately 310,000 acres Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a major gateway for millions of tourists visiting nearby Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and the National Elk Refuge. Jackson is host to a number of world-class art organizations, including the Congressionally-designated National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Grand Teton Music Festival, and the Centre for the Arts. The large arches of shed elk antlers at the four entrances to the town square are popular attractions. Jackson, Wyoming sits at 6,500 feet above sea level.

The population of the Town of Jackson is 8,452, and the population of the remaining Teton County is 10,345. Jackson Hole is a common nickname for this place and refers to the entire valley which is surrounded by Yellowstone National Park on the north, the Tetons on the west, the Gros Ventres on the east and the Wyoming Range on the south. Jackson is a town rich with pride and appreciation of its unique scenic beauty and unique wildlife populations. It is also an incredibly generous and supportive community with over 200 non-profit organizations performing important work every day. Its culture is deep with western heritage as is reflected in the many art galleries around the famous Town Square.