National Elk Refuge
675 E Broadway Ave, Jackson WY 83001
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There were no elk at the time we drove through... better time to visit is when it's colder and the elk have actually come down to the refuge from the mountains. (Dec-Apr)Overall, it was scenic and you can get great views of the Tetons!
A great place to drop-by after/before Yellowstone trip, especially if you didn't have a chance to watch Elks at the park! Don't forget to bring binoculars!
There were 0 elks when we visited in May 2022.We just drove in the area and met some goats.I wish there was some information about the whereabouts of these elks.
From National Elk Refuge
The National Elk Refuge is one of over 560 National Wildlife Refuges in the United States. The National Wildlife Refuge System is managed by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Located in Jackson, WY, the National Elk Refuge is the winter home for the iconic Jackson Elk Herd. During the winter season, people from around the world come to see these charismatic animals. However, there are more than just elk on the Refuge. Seasonally, the Refuge is home to elk, bison, eagles, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, trumpeter swans, and much more!
Visitors to the Refuge are encouraged to drive the scenic Refuge Road to look for wildlife and enjoy the serenity of nature.
For more information about the National Elk Refuge, please visit our website.