Welcome to Huntsman Springs

Where Traditions Begin and Memories are Made

Let our concierge staff begin booking activities for you to make your trip adventure filled and memorable!

Contact concierge service at 208.354.9660 or frontdesk@huntsmansprings.com

Our mission is to support the health and well-being of the members and guests of Huntsman Springs. Join us for a fitness class, a massage, attend a workshop, or let us create a personalized wellness program during your stay. We are here to create a rejuvenating, renewing, and healing experience for your mind, body, and soul.

Whether dining on the patio at The Barn on a stunning summer evening or enjoying the white-capped mountains from the inside during the cooler months, our members and guests delight in the delicious food, beautiful presentation and friendly service. Chef Jon Molofsky and his culinary team prepare farm-to-table cuisine on-site, sourcing from premium fresh and local purveyors.

At the heart of the community is the award-winning golf course designed by David McLay Kidd. With the stunning Teton Mountains as a backdrop, the course blends seamlessly with the landscape—complete with fishable lakes, wetland preserve, aspens, willows and Irish Links fescue. Playing the course reflects the impeccable quality of the design with fairways that average 80 yards wide and greens that average 10,000 sq. ft.

Teton Valley has long been the premier location for fly fishing. With plentiful high mountain lakes and a host of dazzling rivers including the Teton River, the nearby South Fork, and Henry’s Fork, it is easy to see why. For your fly-fishing enjoyment at Huntsman Springs, there are 7 private lakes, fully stocked with hungry rainbows and cutthroats.

The Teton Valley is nestled between the Rocky Mountains of Idaho and Wyoming. Located only 15 miles from the Grand Targhee Resort and 35 miles from Jackson Hole, downhill skiing is one of the premier activities in the area. Backcountry Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and snow mobiling and an ice rink are all in your backyard at Huntsman Springs. Click to learn more about our partners for these activities and more.

Mountain biking ranks as one of Teton Valley’s most popular pursuits. For the more avid mountain biker, a maze of connected trails throughout the Big Hole Range offers some of America’s longest Mountain Bike treks. In addition, there are miles of hiking trails of all levels minutes from Huntsman Springs. Prefer to be on horseback? There are plenty of options for that as well. Click to learn about our summer partnering outfits.