It takes only about 10 minutes to drive to Jackson’s art galleries, restaurants, movie theaters, stores and the Center for the Arts.
The town of Wilson, which also has several restaurants, is even closer. But while it’s easy to go downtown for fun, one of the things homeowners and vacationers enjoy about the Racquet Club, or as locals call it, The Aspens, is the convenience of the Westside commercial center. There are banks, dry cleaners, the well-regarded Stiegler’s and Sudachi restaurants, and a grocery store and liquor store, as well as the Teton Sports Club, with workout facilities and a pool. Jackson Hole Racquet Club is one of relatively few subdivisions in the valley where short-term rentals are allowed. Though the Racquet Club is one of the older subdivisions in the area, owners have maintained their properties well and upgraded them, and homes here are very high in demand. Jackson Hole Racquet Club lies about as close to Teton Village and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort as you can get without actually being part of the ski area. During snow seasons, the convenience is enhanced with a free shuttle service to take skiers and snowboarders back and forth between Racquet Club condominiums and the resort.