Teton Valley

Recognized by National Geographic Adventure and Outside magazines as a “Best Place to Live” for those who like playing in the mountains, Teton Valley is close to celebrated attractions like Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, forest trails, trout streams, abundant wildlife, and ski resorts.

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Tributary is part of the 15-million-acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, one of the most intact ecological landscapes in the world encompassing Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. Yellowstone is a day trip and Grand Teton is even closer. Geology and wildlife abound in these all-season havens.


Teton Valley borders protected forests and wilderness that are home to moose, bears, elk, eagles, fox, trumpeter swans, and more, while The Fen at Tributary harbors more than 70 species of birds. For a true wildlife fix, “America’s Serengeti,” Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley can be visited in a day trip.

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About 15 miles wide and twice as long, Teton Valley is home to nearly 15,000 people, two stop lights, an emporium that makes the best huckleberry milkshakes around, a distillery, the Grand Targhee Ski & Summer Resort, summer farmer’s markets, microbreweries, a cidery, and an expanding food scene.


Getting Here

Only a 40-minute drive from Jackson Hole (JAC), Wyoming, Tributary is centrally situated in the heart of Teton Valley just west of the Teton Range at 501 Huntsman Springs Drive in Driggs, Idaho. Whether driving from Salt Lake City (SLC), Utah or Bozeman (BZN), Montana, Tributary can be easily reached in under a five-hour drive. Idaho Falls, Idaho (IDA) is even closer. For serious road trippers, Tributary is about a nine-hour drive from Denver, Colorado.

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Located roughly 42 miles away from Tributary, Jackson Hole Airport is the most convenient option for commercial flights offering direct flights from major cities. A glance out the plane window during take off or landing reveals why this airport is one of the most scenic airports in the U.S, situated within Grand Teton National Park (the country’s only airport located inside a national park). Arrival and departure transportation can be arranged with Member Services. Rental cars are available onsite with Alamo, Enterprise, Avis/Budget and National, while other rental companies are located offsite in the town of Jackson.


Located about 75 miles from Tributary, Idaho Falls Regional Airport is the next closest commercial airport. Arrival and departure transportation can be arranged with Member Services at a rate of $255 each way. Rental cars are available onsite with Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz and National.



Be on site in as little as two minutes. Located near the base of the Teton Range and just a half-mile from Tributary and directly across the street from its residential gates, the Driggs-Reed Memorial Airport is a year-round operation. This private airport is home to a variety of aircraft including corporate jets, warbirds, turboprops, helicopters, multi-engines, single engines, taildraggers, and gliders. Services include on–site rental cars through Hertz and a full-service, fine dining restaurant, the Warbirds Café.