Grand Teton National Park Guide 2020 : National Parks Navigator

Grand Teton National Park

How to get to the Park?

ACCESS: Drive up from Jackson Hole , Wyoming on Highway 191 for the South entrance, or come South on Highway 191 from Yellowstone for the North Entrance. Highway 26 takes you to the East entrance. Public transportation is as follows: Commercial Air Service is through Cody or Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Car rental from the airports give you the best access to the many park attractions. Bus service is available from Salt Lake City Express to the South Entrance / Jackson. Note that internal Park bus service has been suspended. You best transportation is via a car rental from the Jackson airport. Car rental. Train service is available via Amtrak through Salt Lake City, Utah via tour bus to nearby Yellowstone National Park.

Where to stay?

ACCOMOCATIONS: While you're there, stay at three fantastic Lodges: Jackson Lake Lodge, Jenny Lake Lodge and Colter Bay Cabins. For reservations go to Grand Teton Lodges.

For a wilder experience, you also have the option of camping ! The park has five campgrounds: Go online at Grand Teton Camping to reserve a spot at one of the campgrounds. Please note that only Colter Bay, Signal Mountain, and Headwaters at Flagg Ranch have showers.

Where to eat?

Grand Teton National Park Food Services are available at Park Lodges and some Campgrounds.

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Horseback riding : available at Colter Bay and Flagg Ranch.