- Get a taste of the Old West at the Jackson Hole Rodeo
- The rodeo is held at the rodeo grounds in Jackson, Wyoming
- Witness the calf roping, barrel racing and the bronc and bull riding
- The tradition of choosing a rodeo queen lives on at the Jackson Hole Rodeo
Attending the summer rodeo in Jackson, Wyoming gives the visitor a special Old Western treat on a Grand Teton vacation. The traditions live on with the real cowboys taking part in some big riding challenges in the most dangerous sport around.
The Jackson Hole Rodeo takes place at the rodeo grounds in Jackson, Wyoming at 447 West Snow King Avenue.
This famous rodeo is held during the summer, traditionally from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, each Wednesday and Saturday night.
- Reserved Seating Adult/Seniors(55 and up)/Children(2 and under): $30/$25/$25
- Covered General Admission Adult/Seniors(55 and up)/Children(2 and under): $25/$20/$20
- UnCovered General Admission Adult/Seniors(55 and up)/Children(2 and under): $20/$15/$15
The rodeo has something for everybody, with bareback and saddle bronco riding, calf roping, barrel racing and picking the rodeo queen.
Bull riding is one of the most popular events, with the cowboys pitting their skills against the rage and fury of the wild bull. Call (307) 733-7927 with questions.