Activities Within the Resort & Beyond

Summer Activities


Our location puts us at “the center of the universe” when it comes to fishing. If fly fishing is your passion, in addition to the rivers, we have nine fully stocked ponds on site for the first time fly fisherman. Fishing guides are available through World Cast Anglers. Read more about Fishing in the Teton Valley and Snake River.


Bringing together a diverse blend of tradition and talent, the Headwaters Club at Teton Springs is a world-class golf destination. Golf legend Byron Nelson, PGA Touring Professional Steve Jones, and top golf course architect Gary Stephenson have combined philosophy with course design to create a masterful golf course. The Links at Teton Peaks and Teton Reserve are also nearby, and are excellent options for golfers.


Teton Springs Lodge & Spa offers access to a 25 meter outdoor heated pool with a large sunning deck, two hot tubs, kids’ Geyser Land, two tennis courts, and a full-length basketball court.


The resort’s on-property swim/tennis complex includes 2 plexi-pave courts which are open seasonally. Instruction is available for players of all skill levels from our ATPA Tennis Professional. Pickleball courts are also available within the resort. Two rackets and balls are available with the cabin for use by guests.

Hot Air Ballooning

You say you want the ultimate up close and personal view of the Teton Mountains? Well, take a hot air balloon ride! You’ll revel in man’s oldest form of travel once you hop aboard a nine-story balloon and take in Teton Valley’s sights and sounds from far above the valley floor.


The overall benefits of hiking are obvious. It’s a terrific aerobic exercise that improves one’s overall fitness but the true value is the time spent in our grand natural surroundings. Teton Springs Resort is located in the Yellowstone-Teton region, thus serving as a convenient gateway to unlimited hiking in nearby Yellowstone & Teton National Parks. Two backpacks are provided within the Cabin to our guests. Bear spray is highly recommended. Read more about the Hiking Opportunities in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks

Kayaking & Paddleboarding

Kayaking is an ancient mode of travel but today’s kayakers typically engage in this modern sport for leisure, exploration, and adventure. One can only imagine the sights and sounds one will experience while paddling on one of our greater Yellowstone area rivers. You can learn more about floating rentals by visiting Yostmark Mountain Equipment or Teton River Supply.

If you’re more into a guided rafting trip down the Snake River check out Solitude Float Trips.

Horseback Riding

Journey through wide-open meadows blanketed with wildflowers and be pleasantly overwhelmed with the distinct aroma of sagebrush. For the more adventurous, schedule a pack trip, a multi-day excursion where you’ll be totally immersed in the lifestyle of real cowboys, early pioneers, and explorers. You can find horseback riding resources and tours by visiting Bagley’s Teton Mountain Ranch, or Linn Canyon Ranch. Read more about Horseback Riding in Teton Valley

Mountain Biking

The buzz among mountain bikers continues to grow louder each year given the impressive existing array of mountain bike trails in Teton Valley, Idaho. While visiting Teton Springs Lodge & Spa, one can simply step outside, hop onto their bike and enjoy a leisure spin on the miles of paved roads within Teton Springs Resort. Grand Targhee is converted to a mountain bike park during the summer months. Bike rentals are available through Peaked Sports. Read more about the great mountain biking trails in Teton Valley

Winter Activities


Grand Targhee ski resort provides world-class skiing opportunities; Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, ‘The Big One’, boasting a 4,139 feet of vertical descent to the valley floor from the 10,450 summit of Rendezvous Mountain. Restful Adventure Cabin lies directly in the middle of Targhee and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Ski rentals are available through Peaked Sports.


Heli skiing in the Tetons could very well be one of the most astonishing thrills a powder hound will ever experience! One of the hallmarks of a winter trip to Teton Springs Lodge & Spa is a heli-ski adventure with the folks from High Mountain Heli Skiing.

Cross Country / Nordic Skiing

Enjoy cross county skiing on miles of trails just outside the doors of the lodge. Trails are groomed for both classic and skate style skiing and terrain is suitable for beginner or advanced skiers.

Fat Biking

Grand Targhee Resort, a pioneer for endorsing this dynamic winter sport, is known for its vast Nordic Trail system and welcomes fat tire bikers of all levels. There are also numerous trails in Teton Valley designed to thrill the fat bike enthusiast, a local’s favorite being Teton Canyon in nearby Alta, Wyoming. Additional bike rentals are available in the local sports shops. Mountain biking is now a four-season sport. Ride on!


Ever see Yellowstone National Park covered in snow?! Winter season in America’s first national park is both mesmerizing and unforgettable! A day trip snowmobiling into the park on sleds is an opportunity you won’t want to miss while visiting Teton Valley.