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The Weather in Driggs
Find the Driggs climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 80° Conversely, January is the coolest month in Driggs, with temperatures going under 6° It may rain 24 days in December while it typically rains only 10 days in June.
Embark on a family wilderness adventure with your Driggs vacation home
With the sprawling Grand Teton National Park just across the border in Wyoming, you'll want to heed the call of the outdoors when you stay in a Driggs vacation home. Nearby lakes offer the chance for waterside leisure, while in winter the slopes of the Grand Targhee Resort beckon.
Celebrating the food that Idaho's best known for, Grand Teton Distillery lovingly create award-winning potato vodka. Enjoy vodka tasting at this Driggs gem, where other tipples like bourbon and whiskey are also served.
For generous portions of All-American favoritres, dine at Three Peaks Dinner Table - their mouthwatering bison burger is a must-eat while in town. Seoul Restaurant specialise in fresh Korean and Japanese cuisine, while Cicero's Bakery and Bistro is your one-stop-shop for baked breakfast treats to enjoy back at your vacation home.
Driggs for kids
Take the kids to catch a movie at the Spud Drive In theater, which radiates old-school charm. With a retro ambience, seen in the vintage signs, the theater screens the latest family releases and features refreshments stalls.
Spend an afternoon at Drigg's Teton Geotourism Center, which appeals to kids and adults with its intriguing local artifacts and hands-on displays. Expect everything from Native American crafts to National Geographic audio/visual clips - best of all, entry's free.
From mountains to lakes
With its spotless slopes and powdery snow, Grand Targhee Resort is the premier attraction for visitors to Driggs. Runs of varying difficulties are yours to conquer, and you'll find an excellent ski school and children's ski zone. During summer, the resort offers scenic chairlift rides, challenging hiking trails, children's camps, and music festivals.
Sitting on the picturesque Jackson Lake, Colter Bay Village is a terrific spot for a day trip. Rent a boat and head onto the water to fish, or use the village as a starting point for excursions into the awe-inspiring Grand Teton National Park.
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