Hoback Village is located in a commercial zone on U.S. Highway 189 -191 at Bondurant, just 35 miles south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This mountain resort property is situated between the Hoback River and the highway, with a 500 ft. highway frontage. There are two trout streams and the river within a few yards of the Lodge. Property joins Bridger Teton National Forest.
Bondurant is a rural community consisting of U.S. Post Office, Elkhorn Trading Post/Texaco Station, Branding Iron Cafe, church, library, grade school, travelers services, game and fish station, fire station, summer homes and operating cattle ranches. This area has recently been discovered by outsiders and there are some very nice new homes being built each year. This central location, surrounded by National Forest, offers some of Wyoming's best hunting, fishing, whitewater rafting, skiing, snowmobiling, etc. There are five river drainages, including many streams and lakes within a 50 mile radius. Groomed ski runs are available at Jackson and Pinedale.
This resort establishment has been in business for about 50 years. The present owner purchased it in 1966. Over the years it has been operated as a combination motel - cafe - bar - gas station, as well as offering big game hunting, fishing, pack trips, mountain horseback rides, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, swimming in natural hot springs, etc. There is great opportunity to develop this property to meet present and future needs of recreationalists and tourists; snowmobiling would be a prime example. Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park are only a couple hours drive away. This location is ideal for destination vacations as well as for travelers. Due to health reasons the business operations have been scaled back in recent years.