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Few landscapes in the world are as striking and memorable as that of Grand Teton National Park. Rising above a landscape rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range is a stunning testament to the power of the geologic processes that formed the range. The mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers, and skies of the park are home to diverse and abundant forests, wildflowers, and wildlife. The park also has a rich cultural history seen in the old homesteads and cattle ranches to photograph and explore. Surrounded by the iconic mountains of Grand Teton National Park, you can explore over two hundred miles of trails and enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place.

To learn more about Teton National Park, visit www.nps.gov.

Local Info

Please Note: There are no singletrack trails within Grand Teton National Park that are open to mountain bikes. There is a multi-use paved path that heads north from Jackson paralleling US 26/89/191 to Moose Junction; then follows the Teton Park Road to South Jenny Lake that is open to bicycles. Additionally, mountain bikes are permitted on Two Ocean Lakes Road and Grassy Lakes Road, both of which are dirt roads. This page serves as a general overview of the area. If you're visiting the park and looking for places to ride, check out the following areas:

Visiting Tips

Grand Teton National Park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Most roads, facilities, and services are all open or available during the summer, but may be closed at other times of the year.

The Teton Park Road from Taggart Lake Trailhead to the Signal Mountain Lodge and the Moose-Wilson Road from the Death Canyon Trailhead to the Granite Canyon Trailhead are closed to motorized vehicles from November 1 through April 30. The Antelope Flats Road and Signal Mountain Summit Road are also closed during this period. Check at visitor centers for additional closures.

Fees & Passes
To find out more about park fees, click here.
  • Purchase an annual pass for all national parks sites, $80
  • Camping & Lodging

    Lodging choices in Grand Teton National Park are varied providing a range of accommodations. Choose from a modern hotel or motel type room, lodging in a rustic cabin or even a tent cabin. Opening dates for all campgrounds are weather dependent and most are available on a first-come, first-served basis, although reservations can be made for group camping, the Colter Bay RV Park, and the Headwaters Campground and RV Sites at Flagg Ranch. Campgrounds may fill during the summer with the smallest campgrounds (Jenny Lake and Signal Mountain) usually filling first, and the largest campgrounds (Colter Bay and Gros Ventre) not filling or filling last. For more information, visit the Grand Teton National Park website.

    • Colter Bay Campground: Open mid-May to late-September.
    • Gros Ventre Campground: Open early-May to early-October.
    • Headwaters Campground and RV sites at Flagg Ranch: Open early-June to late-September.
    • Jenny Lake Campground: Open early-May to late-September.
    • Lizard Creek Campground: Open mid-June to early-September.
    • Signal Mountain Campground: Open mid-May to mid-October.

    Backcountry camping requires reservations and advance planning. Requests for backcountry reservations for the summer season are accepted only from the first Wednesday in January (starting at 8 am MST) through May 15. All requests must be submitted using the website www.recreation.gov.

    Food & Drink

    There are a variety of restaurants located throughout the park and parkway. Additionally, there are several grocery stores and ten picnic areas located throughout the park. Click here for more information on the restaurants, grocery stores, and picnic areas in the park.

    Other Activities

    There are many outdoor recreation activities to choose from at Grand Teton National Park. During the summer you can hike, run, walk, view wildlife, take photographs, camp, backpack, climb, fish, swim, boat, float, canoe, and bike. In winter, skiing and snowshoeing are popular activities.

    When you're not out tromping on National Park trails, Jackson, WY is the perfect place to mountain bike or Fat Bike if visiting during the winter months. Be sure to check out Cache Creek.

    Areas Within Grand Teton National Park

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    Moose Wilson Road, WY
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