Located between the Snake River and the town of Jackson, Ely Springs boasts both mountain and water views of the Grand Teton and Snake River. One of the most scenic areas in Jackson Hole, this land is adorned with an array of vegetation and wildlife—from cottonwood trees, willows, evergreens, and wildflower meadows to bald eagles, trumpeter swans, river otters, blue herons, mule deer, moose, and elk. This lush terrain is home to an estimated 400 plus elk that reside within the vicinity year round. Along with nature observing, residents of the area may indulge in cross-country skiing on the Snake River levee and fly fishing for native cutthroat trout. Just a short ten-minute drive to the town of Jackson, Ely Springs offers prime location with an easy trip to town, yet nestled in the heart of a stunning, secluded environment.