Located 35 miles south of Jackson Hole, Star Valley offers amazing outdoor opportunities. The valley is 14 miles wide and 50 miles long, situated on the western edge of Wyoming and adjacent to Idaho.
The area offers an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities as the valley is surrounded by Bridger Teton, Caribou and Targhee National Forests. Alpine, Afton, Thayne and Star Valley Ranch are the only incorporated towns in the Valley. Other communities include Etna, Freedom, Grover, Smoot, Fairview, Osmond, Auburn, Bedford and Turnerville.
Settled in the late 1870’s is was proclaimed the “Star of All Valleys” for its natural beauty and the name Star Valley is used as the common name today. Many believe it is named Star Valley for the 4 major rivers that intersect here. The Greys River joins the Snake River and along with the Salt River coming in from the south the Palisades Reservoir is created. At the outlet of the lake the South Fork of the Snake River begins. As a result of this concentration of natural waterways, Star Valley offers access to some of the best fly-fishing in the country. In addition, Palisades Reservoir offers boaters a dream location with mountains surrounding the area.
- Star Valley Independent Newspaper Our weekly newspaper
- Star Valley Chamber of Commerce Current business and economic indicators.
- Lincoln County Planning and Zoning A connection to Star Valley’s interactive maps, rules and regulations, and other valuable building and development information.
- Star Valley Area Information A local site with Star Valley businesses and contact information
- Wyoming Department of Transportation Valuable information on road construction and conditions.
- Star Valley Ranch Association Offering news and further information on the largest subdivision and newest town in Star Valley.
- Star Valley Middle School Website for our local public school system.
- Star Valley High School Website for our local public school system.
- Star Valley Medical Center One of the valley’s health centers.
- Star Valley Branch Library Contact information for our local library.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming is home to stunning beauty, diverse ecosystems and abundant wildlife. So unique is the area, it has been designated by the U.N. and the Department of Interior as a “World Heritage Site,” signifying its value and importance to the planet. As the region’s largest locally owned and operated real estate company, the properties represented by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates are rivaled only by this remarkable destination.
- Jackson Hole News and Guide Our daily and weekly newspaper
- Planet Jackson Hole Our alternative, in-depth investigative weekly
- Teton County Government Everything from the assessors office to parks and rec’s sports leagues and swimming pool hours
- Town of Jackson From meeting minutes to the comprehensive plan
- Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce Current business and economic indicators
- State of Wyoming Wyoming Business Counsel General Information
- Teton County Schools The website for our local public school system
- Jackson Hole Community School A new community liberal arts based private day school in the town of Jackson
- Teton Science School and the Journeys School Natural history and sciences influenced liberal arts day school pre-k -12th grade
- Saint John’s Medical Center A major local employer and health center
- Jackson Hole Mountain Resort The big one in Teton Village
- Snow King Mountain The town hill
- Grand Targhee Resort Over the hill lies near Driggs lies a powder paradise
- Yellowstone National Park The crown gem of our national parks system, only 70 miles to the north.
- Grand Teton National Park Our local national park and backyard.