Legacy Lodge at Jackson Hole
Legacy Lodge at Jackson Hole has everything you need to live at your best in a setting like no other.
Legacy Lodge offers 57 independent and assisted living apartments (studio and one-or two-bedroom) on two levels in a beautiful lodge-style community nestled at the foot of the Tetons in the celebrated valley of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Services at Legacy Lodge
Lead an active, social and carefree life. Exercise your independence with the security of knowing you have easy access to all of our services.
Live an independent and active life with the comfort of knowing support is available. The assistance you need, when you need it, is here with 24-hour access to a top-notch nursing team.
When you need a place for short-term assistance or rehabilitation, Legacy Lodge’s Respite Care program can meet your needs. Whether this is post-surgery or just a temporary break for a caregiver, our top-notch healthcare team can ease your worry and assist in your recovery.
Available to anyone—our outpatient therapy is a perfect way to transition from inpatient care, recover from work-related injuries, decrease pain, help implement a home exercise program or recover from a sports injury.
Features at Legacy Lodge
- Prepared Menu and Restaurant Style Dining
- Spacious Floor Plans and Closets
- Kitchenette with Refrigerator and Microwave
- Cable TV & Utilities
- Interior/Exterior Maintenance included
- Handicap-Accessible Bathrooms
- 24-Hour Emergency
- Call System
- Private Heating and Air Conditioning
- Restaurant-Style Dining
- Library with Computer
- Shuffleboard & Game Table
- Fitness Room
- Walking Paths
- Scheduled Transportation
- Landscaped Patio
- Five Fireplaces with
- Gathering Rooms
- WiFi (Community Wide)
- On-Site Therapy Services
- Scenic Drives and Outings
“The beauty of the area combined with the friendliness of the staff and residents make it a joy to live here.”
— Resident, Legacy Lodge
In the News at Legacy Lodge
Who do you know who lives here, is originally from Pontiac Michigan, has multiple talents and is a quietly modest person? It’s Stan Emery—our cartoon artist in residence. Shortly after Stan graduated from high school in Pontiac, Michigan, he joined the US Air Force....
Doris Budge Take heed Legacy folks! Have you heard about the largest fish caught in Wyoming in 1983? We should all know, for it was caught by our good friend and neighbor Doris Budge. However, Doris and her family have a role in the history of this area that goes far...
Marge McCallister A native Coloradoan, Marge McCallister is a very interesting, good, and accomplished person with a ready smile. Marge grew up on the family farm near Loveland, Colorado, a town a short distance east of the Rocky Mountains. On the farm she helped as...
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