Jackson Hole's eight neighborhoods and surrounding communities all share one thing in common: Because they sit in one of the best-preserved mountain regions in the U.S., they enjoy easy access to incredible natural landscapes. Jackson Hole communities sit relatively close to modern restaurants, excellent health care and top-notch public and private schools. Some corners of the valley feature multi-acre properties that enjoy privacy and solitude, while others are set in dense neighborhoods close to services. Neighboring communities enjoy truly rural landscapes, excellent outdoor opportunities and a way of life found only in small towns. At the same time, Jackson Hole, unlike many resort destinations in the West, also maintains a true sense of community. This is a fact many who purchase real estate in and around the area come to learn after a few seasons and it is a reason why many people decide to make their home here.