The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce acts as a tourism board for the entire Jackson Hole Valley, providing travelers with comprehensive information for the area’s many destinations. Weather forecasts, historical facts and a listing of seasonal activities make the web site helpful for planning a trip sight unseen. The Chamber of Commerce includes a few maps online, but you can also try this one by Google .

The local government of Jackson does have a web site, but it’s not aimed towards tourists. However, the local government works closely with the Chamber of Commerce and, since it is specific to the town of Jackson, it can be a useful source if you are interested in learning about local projects and politics.

Jackson Hole Central Reservations also publishes a very nice 30 Page visitors' guide highlighting lodging choices, activities, transportation options, maps and air-inclusive package.  

Once you’re actually in Jackson, stop by the Jackson Hole Visitor Center. Located on North Cache Street, the Center has informative videos and historical exhibits, and its bookstore provides brochures, maps and relevant books on the area. You can also sign up for tours here, speak to park rangers, and pick up hunting and fishing permits. The Center is open from 9 AM to 5 PM every day except holidays, and stays open a few hours later during the summer months.