Jackson Lake Lodge is recovering from a devastating wildfire and the recovery efforts are focused on getting people back to the lodge.
The fire tore through the historic resort in June 2016, destroying most of the lodge’s historic buildings and burning nearly a million acres of forestland.
It also destroyed the town’s iconic waterfall, the only place in the U.S. to see the famous waterfall in all its glory.
But for now, the resort has not yet reopened to the public.
Jackson’s main lodge and an adjacent hotel are closed, and a new one will open in a couple of months.
The resort’s main hotel is in dire straits, with only a handful of guests left.
But that is likely to change soon.
The owner of the resort is a local businessman, Jack Taylor, and the resort’s business partner, Joe Pater, is looking to make a run at a new casino.
He said he would like to have a new, larger casino in the next two to three years.
“We’re not just in the hole.
We’re in the waterhole,” Taylor said.
Pater said he had been trying to raise money for repairs to the hotel, but had not received much interest from the community.
The resort was already under a state of emergency.
“We need to raise a lot of money.
We need to make the most of what we have,” he said.
The U.N. refugee agency has said it will help with reconstruction efforts.
The U.K. Government is also providing financial assistance, including providing $10,000 for a year’s rent, which can be used for building supplies.
Jackson Lake Hotel’s owner said it is still open to the general public.
The hotel is located at 538 N. Mountain Ave.