Jackson, Wyoming (left); and Billings, Montana.
Jackson, Wyoming (left); and Billings, Montana. (juliannafunk/iStock; jmaehl/iStock)

Best Towns 2016: The Final Round

Will Jackson, Wyoming, or Billings, Montana, be chosen as the Best Town in America? It's time to vote.

Jackson, Wyoming (left); and Billings, Montana

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It’s the final round of our annual Best Towns bracket. We started with 64 of the best destinations in the country, and five rounds later we’ve narrowed the field down to two.

In one corner is Jackson, Wyoming, the winner of our mountain town competition. In the shadow of Grand Teton National Park and right next door to the world-famous Jackson Hole ski resort, Jackson has garnered more than 40,000 votes. 

In the other is up-and-comer Billings, Montana, the champion of our river town competition. It’s right on the Yellowstone, boasts an extensive in-town trail network and a robust brewery scene, and has accumulated more than 47,000 votes. 

Which will be chosen as this year’s Best Town? Vote now to crown the winner, and let us know the town you're voting for in the comments below.


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