Serving as the gateway to Grand Targhee Resort and granting unique views of the Tetons from their western side, Driggs offers a quaint and comparatively more affordable opportunity to own property near the iconic mountain range. The real estate in Driggs, Idaho, ranges from land for sale with little to no HOA or CC&R restrictions, to single-family homes in new subdivisions and the Tributary private golf club.
Driggs has seen a rise in the diversity of its well regarded restaurants and boutique shops in recent years, fostering culture in its downtown without attracting the same levels of tourist traffic found on the other side of Teton Pass in Jackson, Wyoming.
Driggs homeowners have access to seemingly limitless outdoor activities, from skiing and snowshoeing in the winter, to fly-fishing and kayaking on the Teton River in the summer. Caribou-Targhee National Forest provides an extensive system of hiking and mountain biking trails, and Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks are just short road trips to the east and north.