The term Westbank refers to the western side of the Snake River and represents a community of people living close to the mountains, both literally and figuratively. The Westbank North area includes lands on the western flanks of the Snake River south of Teton Village and north of Highway 22. Highway 22 travels west from the town of Jackson across the Snake River and through the town of Wilson, and finally over Teton Pass to the western edge of the state.
Through the years, Wilson has remained surprisingly quaint and quiet. With a mixture of home styles, a small grocery and other shops, Wilson is a surprisingly independent town despite its size. Whether its meeting friends for breakfast at the infamous Nora’s Fish Creek Inn or dancing the evening away at the historic Sunday night hootenanny at the Stagecoach Bar, you will feel the historic heart of the west in Wilson, Wyoming.
North of Wilson, Fish Creek road follows the base of the Tetons and travels through historic ranch lands as it winds its way towards Teton Village. A small selection of premier properties is set among the pristine scenery.
North of Highway 22, the Teton Village Road, Highway 390 accesses several highly sought after neighborhoods including Willowbrook, the Aspens, Tucker Ranch, John Dodge and Teton Pines.