Cache Creek Trailhead

This trailhead is located directly on Cache Creek, just out of the town of Jackson and is the main access to the Snow King Area Trail System. It is accessed through several neighborhood roads and eventually turns to dirt at the forest boundary. This is a very busy trailhead year-round with use ranging from hiking, biking, walking, and skiing and snowmobiling during the winter months. There are multiple non-motorized trails that are easily accessible from the parking area including the Putt Putt Trail #4038, the Ferrin's Trail #4029, the Hagen Trail #4037 and many others. Facilities on site include a pit toilet, hitching rails, and a picnic area which provides a great cool and shady area to relax with family and friends. Parking area is large, graveled and has a small loop making it accessible for trailers. Several kiosks with maps and area information. Cellular service is available.

Approximate driving time from Jackson is approximately 10 minutes.

At a Glance

Area Amenities: Accessible, Picnic tables, Toilets, Drinking water, Parking
Usage: Heavy
Closest Towns: Jackson, Wyoming
Water: Potable Water
Restroom: One Vault

General Information


Starting from the Town of Jackson, follow Broadway towards the National Elk Refuge and the hospital. Take a right at the stop sign onto Redmond Drive. Follow this down a few minutes, climb a little bit up the hill and take the left onto Cache Creek Drive. Follow this a few minutes, the road will turn to dirt and you’ll go up another small hill and down to the main Cache Creek Trailhead.

Approximate travel details from the Town of Jackson: 2 miles.

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