Beautiful Ellen Creek is out of the mainstream of Jackson Hole, yet very close to it. Located just south of Teton Village, the neighborhood originally comprised 80 wooded hillside acres, including 40 acres of open space that provide a safe habitat for moose, elk, deer and a variety of bird species. The 16 home sites in Ellen Creek are clustered in a treed area buffered by meadows, creating a quiet residential neighborhood with a nice sense of seclusion.
When residents want to ski at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, hear live music at Walk Festival Hall, get a spa treatment or dine at a fine restaurant, it takes just a short drive down Bowman Road to get to the heart of Teton Village. After a day of hiking or skiing or browsing the art galleries in downtown Jackson, Ellen Creek will always be a place to return home to for peace and quiet in a natural setting.
The area is named for Ellen Bowman, the matron of the family that homesteaded this property. The actual Ellen Creek comes from a spring located slightly off the property.