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National Elk Refuge

National Elk Refuge

The National Elk Refuge is located in the southern end of Jackson Hole. While its primary objective is to protect the large herds of elk that winter in the area, the refuge is also allows hunting elk and bison to help maintain the health of the herds, and offers recreational sleigh rides for tourists. Fishing is also allowed seasonally. The Visitor Center in Jackson at 532 N. Cache offers programs and displays about the Refuge.