Advocates for Multi-Use of Public Lands is an organization made up of passionate recreationists. Our focus includes the organization of public support and the creation of a unified voice to maintain and protect broad access to our public lands for motorized as well as non-motorized recreational uses in a cooperative and cohabitant manner. We believe in the co-existence of recreation and conservation for all.
To support and promote competitive gymnastics and related aerial sports, fostering personal growth, fitness and achievement for youth in Jackson Hole.
Programs help to ensure that competitive gymnastics in Jackson Hole is accessible to all by reducing the cost of competing with scholarships to those in need and subsidized meet fees, team uniforms and supplemental training opportunities.
Our purpose is to promote the welfare of the youth of the Jackson community by providing supervised competitive athletic games and teaching the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, and courage.
To empower youth through snowboarding and skateboarding, regardless of economic status.
We ensure no child is stuck inside and every child has the opportunity to feel a sense of belonging to our community, cultivate a connection to the mountains, and access the resources they need to build confidence and carve their own future.
We create an atmosphere of support within the local skateboard and snowboard community. Through strategic partnerships with local organizations, we ensure the most efficient and effective use of resources possible to provide gear, access and financial assistance for youth in Teton County. Our goal is to promote physical, mental and social confidence for each beneficiary.
Chris Hodges Memorial Fund aims to provide financial support to individuals and organizations that show a level of commitment to following their dreams in the pursuit of coaching as well as passing along their knowledge and skills to others.
Chris Hodges Memorial Fund primary benefactors will include baseball programs ranging from youth to collegiate, but is open to other programs that Chris Hodges would have supported and believed in. Chris Hodges Memorial Fund will assist with things such as but not limited to; scholarships, promoting organizations, purchasing equipment, coaching staff, travel expenses, and miscellaneous projects as the board sees fit
Coombs Outdoors empowers children and youth from low-income families to reach their full potential through the life-changing power of outdoor recreation.
We provide year-round opportunities for local youth of all ages to recreate outdoors, beginning with basic instructional programs that introduce kids to a variety of activities intended to spark a passion for the outdoors, then adding a cohort-based mentoring component in middle school to help our youth build deep relationships with their peers and trusted adults.
CWA-JH builds an inclusive, supportive community while enhancing the lives of seniors and other vulnerable groups through recreational mobility on assisted “trishaw” bicycle rides. By delivering opportunities to connect and experience nature and our community close up, and to share stories that inspire others, we build bridges between generations and reinforce trust, respect, and the social glue in our society.
Cycling Without Age - JH is a local chapter of a global program working to allow seniors and other vulnerable groups opportunities to connect and experience nature their local community close up. The volunteer pilots ride an electric, pedal-assisted "trishaw" bicycle capable of carrying two passengers, for slow-speed, recreational, bike rides on local streets, pathways, and trails.
Friends of Pathways supports a vibrant community by promoting sustainable transportation and healthy recreation in Jackson Hole.
We’re working toward a future where Every Neighborhood is Connected in our valley by the pathway network. Our work for 27 years has been realized in 65 miles of non-motorized pathways, 130 miles of world-class trails, $35 million of capital investment, Summer and Winter Trail and Pathway Ambassadors, Stewardship, Advocacy and our Safe Routes to School Program.
To provide inexpensive, extended-stay lodging for climbers in Grand Teton National Park; to provide a venue for the cultivation of mountain craft and the exchange of information about the Teton Range; to cooperate with the National Park Service in conservation of the environment and preservation of the historic structures of the ranch; to represent the interests and concerns of the climbing community in the National Park.
The Climbers' Ranch is located in Moose, WY within Grand Teton National Park; and is is open to the public from June 10 to September 15. The Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch is a program of the American Alpine Club (AAC), 710 Tenth Street, Suite 100, Golden, CO 80401.
To support, encourage, and advance the clubs, athletic program, and related activities of the Teton County School District.
We operate the concession stand at JHHS home events, organize advertising banner sales, and host an annual Golf Tournament to raise funds for essential equipment, projects, and scholarships for student athletes and coaches.
To teach volleyball and life skills in a fun, dynamic environment, challenging athletes to be the best volleyball players and teammates, both on and off the court.
Jackson Elite Volleyball (JEV) provides developmental and competitive volleyball programs for athletes in grades 6-12. The club volleyball season runs from January to May each year. JEV typically supports a developmental track along with 4-5 competitive teams of high school and middle school athletes who travel to surrounding states to compete. The club is managed by a volunteer board of directors.
To introduce and grow a community-based program that offers all youth in Jackson Hole, regardless of economic status, the opportunity to discover, embrace and participate in the sport of lacrosse, and to grow the sport while maintaining the highest ethical standards, providing quality coaching and instruction, and protecting and enhancing the well-being of participants in a safe and respectful environment.
JHLC runs spring and fall seasons for youth ages 1st grade through High School. These seasons include house league play, and competitive travel to tournaments throughout the inter-mountain west. JHLC also puts on the Jackson Hole Mountain Roundup, a spring tournament with over 1,000 players from around the region participating in nearly 150 games over 3 days in Mid May.
Developing life-skills through Sailing. Our sailors, experienced staff and enthusiastic donors are committed to developing resilient life skills through unique sailing experiences. We work with Junior High kids all the way through to senior citizens. We have raced to Hawaii, circled Catalina, conducted Jackson Lake training, and are cruising out of La Paz, Mexico. JH people love sailing! They learn about STEM, ocean ecosystem, competition and teamwork.
Training Programs, including two summer camps held on Jackson Lake, land based training, and several major annual ocean races.
Teaching children to swim strong and building a team out of these strong individuals while encouraging them to challenge themselves at something new and to reach higher levels of swimming and collegiate learning.
Our mission is to help boys and girls be as successful as they can by teaching the fundamentals of basketball, respect for the game and life lessons such as hard work, fair play, teamwork, resilience, and sportsmanship.
Jackson Hole Youth Basketball offers recreational league and travel league opportunities as well as camps and clinics. In addition, JHYB hosts the annual Veterans Classic and Broncs Alumni Weekend. JHYB is pleased to partner with Teton County Parks and Recreation and the Jackson Hole High School and Middle School basketball programs to offer basketball programs throughout the year to boys and girls grades 1-12.
Jackson Hole Youth Mountain Biking builds strong minds, bodies, character, and community through cycling.
We offer programs for student athletes in grades 6-12 from Jackson Hole, WY. The team competes in the Idaho Interscholastic Cycling League under National Interscholastic Cycling Association. The JHYMB team goals are simple: have fun, ride and race safely, and include and value every rider. Everyone is welcome, everyone rides.
The mission of Jackson Hole Youth Soccer is to provide all community youths with an excellent soccer education and the opportunity to play the greatest game in the world: soccer! Jackson Hole Youth Soccer believes that soccer teaches life-long skills that can be utilized to take advantage of opportunities in soccer and other personal life pursuits.
Jackson Hole Youth Soccer is split into two programs: Academy and United. The Academy program (Minikickers, Grassroots, Academy) is the starter, recreational, non-travel program for kids 3-12 years old. The United program is the more competitive, travel program for kids 9-18 years old.
It is the mission of Jackson Youth Hockey to provide a meaningful opportunity for children to experience the great game of hockey and to develop their skating skills and hockey skills to the best of their ability while instilling the importance of sportsmanship, leadership and teamwork.
Jackson Youth Hockey provides ice skating and ice hockey instruction for Teton County youths ages 4-19. Our teams are divided by age, with the youngest players in the Mite Under age 8 grouping, Squirts Under 10, Peewees Under 12, Bantams Under 14 and our oldest boys and girls ages 15-19.
Post 43 Giants is the American Legion Baseball Team in Jackson, Wyoming. Our team consists of players from the ages of 14-18 years of age. Wyoming High School Associations doesn't recognize baseball as a high school sport this is the equivalent of Jackson High School Baseball. They are coached by Jason Huggins. The season runs from April 22nd until the first week of August depending on how well they do at the state tournament.
Post 43 consists of a Prep and Varsity baseball team. They have around 15 home games a season between the two teams. All games are at the Baseball Diamond adjacent to the football field. They have a couple of fundraisers a year including the Spaghetti Dinner at the Elk Lodge April 21, 2018.
The Teton Backcountry Alliance's mission is to promote public safety, community, stewardship, and sustainable access for Teton-area winter backcountry users. We addresses these goals through dialogue, public information, problem solving, and advocacy.
Teton Backcountry Alliance (TBCA) is a grassroots organization dedicated to Teton-area winter backcountry recreation and recreationist effects on our environment, wildlife, and other people. Launched in 2017, TBCA is currently focused on maintaining winter backcountry use on Teton Pass, mitigating bighorn sheep-skier interactions, and educating stakeholders about proposed local ski area expansions.
To enrich the Teton experience through the creation and care of exceptional trails.
As we see a growing number of users to our trail network, our organization has dedicated significant resources towards routine maintenance and repair to ensure user safety, help diminish erosion, and other safety and environmental concerns.
To make the good life in Teton Valley even better for residents and visitors alike through affordable recreational and cultural programs that create community connections and enhance the local economy.
Teton Valley Foundation boasts two of the largest events and facilities Teton Valley, Idaho has to offer. Throughout the summer, we put on an 8-week free summer concert series, Music on Main. In the winter, our covered outdoor ice rink, the Kotler Ice Arena provides youth and adult hockey and figure skating programs for 1400 users weekly. Between these 2 events, TVF impacts thousands of participants every year.