Hidden Hills and Highland Park are accessed by turning west off Fall Creek Road, a scenic byway that has been recently upgraded to make it safer for drivers as well as the many cyclists who like to ride along it in summer and fall.
Hidden Hills borders Snake River Ranch on its north side. The homes sites are tucked into the hills amid groves of mature aspen and pine trees that provide privacy as well as ever-changing scenery with the passing of one season to another. The vistas from Hidden Hills include Munger Mountain and Wilson Canyon.
In Highland Park, lots average four to five acres, and as with Hidden Hills, about 70 percent have been developed. Home sites on the upper reaches of the subdivision offer nice Teton and Snake River Range views.
Though secluded, this area isn’t isolated from the rest of Jackson. The Town of Wilson, Teton Pines Resort and Country Club, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Teton Village are all just a quick drive away heading north. Downtown Jackson and all its amenities—grocery stores, restaurants, art galleries, movie theaters and the Center for the Arts—are a quick trip away as well. In Hidden Hills and Highland Park, homeowners can feel as close to, or as far from, the action as much as they want.