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Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming is sometimes overshadowed by the more famous park in the state - Yellowstone. However, Grand Teton offers breathtaking vistas, crystal blue mountain lakes, and abundant wildlife and is worth a visit all on its own. The park also shares the rich history and culture of those who lived there in the past, and the struggle they faced in making a life in the mountains.
As in many mountain regions, weather at Grand Teton is quickly-changing. Plan on packing multiple layers so you’re ready for everything from warm sun to thunderstorms to even an occasional snow. Spring in the mountains usually means mild days and cold nights, with a good chance of snow through May. Summer days are warm with cooler nights and frequent afternoon thunderstorms. Fall brings sunny days and cold nights, with a chance of snow as the year gets later, and winter can often mean sunny days with freezing cold nights. If you’re traveling through the park in winter, you’ll want four- or all-wheel drive or all-weather tires, and roads may be closed.
The most well-known town outside the park is the vacation mecca of Jackson Hole. You can find everything from skiing to dude ranch experiences to float trip tours there - or you can indulge in some fine dining and fancy shopping if you want to treat yourself.
Inside the park, there are plenty of scheduled events as well. Most take place during the summer months, but the park is open all year. You can find the entire schedule here to help you plan your trip. There is also plenty to do on your own, including scenic drives, hiking, backcountry camping, horseback riding, and mountaineering.
- Spring 40-50 F
- Summer 70-80 F
- Fall 55-65 F
- Winter 25-30 F
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- Grand Teton National Park Private Vehicle: $35
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- Grand Teton National Park Per Person: $20
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Grand Teton National Park Hiking Trails
There are over 200 miles of trails to hike in the park, and you can explore everything from jagged mountain peaks to spectacular waterfalls to clear mountain lakes. Make sure to bring plenty of water, and read these safety tips for hiking in bear country.
Grand Teton National Park Jenny Lake Trails
Grand Teton National Park Flagg Ranch Trails
Grand Teton National Park Jackson Lake Lodge Trails
Grand Teton National Park Two Ocean Lake Trails
Grand Teton National Park Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve
Things to do Outside Grand Teton National Park
After exploring the park on your own, you may want to try some other activities nearby. Enjoy a meal with a view, browse the local artwork, or see how you do as a ranch hand. Here are a few of our recommendations around Grand Teton National Park.
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Grand Teton National Park
There are many places to camp in and around Grand Teton National Park. Because the entire area is popular, especially in the summer, be sure to make reservations ahead of time if you can. Also, many places shut down during the colder months, so make sure the campground of your choice is open if you’re traveling during the off-season.
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How to get to Grand Teton National Park
here are several ways to travel to Grand Teton National Park. You can fly into Jackson Hole airport, and drive to the park from there. The airport offers flights from a few major airlines so you have a good chance of finding one that works for you. Idaho Falls also has an airport, about 90 miles west of the park, and Salt Lake City International Airport is 306 miles south.
If you are driving to the park from the Salt Lake City area, take I-15 north to ID-34 to US-89 N. From Denver, the 8-hr drive heads up I-25 to I-80, then to US-89 N into the park.
You can also travel to the park by renting an RV. Whether you rent an RV in your town and make the drive to Grand Teton National Park, or fly in to a city nearby and rent one, you’re sure to find an RV rental to make your trip comfortable and enjoyable.
There are several RV campgrounds in and near Grand Teton. Make sure they’re open at the time you want to visit, and make reservations in advance if that is an available option.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, some of Grand Teton National Park is accessible for disabled visitors. The visitor centers are accessible, and a few trails in the park are wheelchair accessible. There are also wayside exhibits and overlooks that are paved.
Yes, pets are allowed at Grand Teton National Park. Pets must be on a leash, and may be on roads and road shoulders, in campgrounds and picnic areas, and in parking lots. They are not allowed on any park trails or in the backcountry.
Top things to do at Grand Teton National Park include swimming or paddling in Jenny Lake, driving Teton Park Road, and checking out the Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center.
Yes, you have to reserve a camping spot at all of the campgrounds at Grand Teton National Park. Colter Bay RV Park and Headwaters Campground have full hookups and pull-through sites for motorhomes.
The best time of year to visit Grand Teton National Park is in summer. June to late September is when visitors are most likely to have warm weather for hiking, kayaking, swimming, and other outdoor activities. Many park roads close when the snow begins and don't open until it has melted.