Town Square Inns Supports Local Landscapes
We are dedicated to protecting Wyoming's native vegetation.
The Town Square Inns is dedicated to helping local chapters protect our wildlife by maintaining the health of our native vegetation. Wyoming is dealing with an invasive weed called Cheatgrass. Cheatgrass takes necessary nutrients from our native plants and provides the perfect fuel for wildfires. Our wildlife relies on native plants as a main food source. Teton County Weed and Pest has adopted a similar conservation effort as Sublette County, directly south of Jackson, to help protect our native rangelands. The video below shows the county's efforts and explains why conservation is so important.
Guide to Wildlife in Jackson Hole
Our region’s wondrous natural landscapes are enhanced by the presence of majestic bison, elk, and other local wildlife, creating awe-inspiring sights and experiences that can only be enjoyed in Jackson Hole.
Guide to Jackson Hole’s National Parks: Yellowstone and Grand Teton
The hotels, cabins and resorts of Town Square Inns serve as a convenient basecamp for two of the most awe-inspiring natural landscapes in the United States.