Grand Teton looks forward to welcoming visitors this summer. Make a #GrandPlan and follow our list of the top 10 tips you should know for visiting the park in 2022. The summer season is expected to be BUSY, so make sure to plan ahead, recreate responsibly, and help ensure this iconic landscape may be enjoyed by future generations.
Before you arrive…
- Reservations are NOT required to enter Grand Teton National Park. Entrance fees are required and available for purchase at the Moose and Moran Entrance Stations or in advance through Recreation.gov. Visit the park fees & passes page for more information.
- Reservations ARE required for lodging and all campgrounds in Grand Teton and are mostly booked for the peak season. Plan ahead and visit the park camping page to reserve your night under the stars. Car camping or sleeping overnight in vehicles is not allowed in park pullouts, parking areas, picnic grounds, or any place other than a designated campground.
- The southern portion of the Moose-Wilson Road will be under construction in 2022. From July 11 to Labor Day, the southern section of the road from Granite Canyon Entrance to the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve will be closed, except on weekends 7 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday and Labor Day. Parking along the southern portion of the road is prohibited, including parking at trailheads as well as horse trailer parking along the road. The southern portion of the road will be closed entirely after Labor Day. To check the status of the Moose-Wilson Road, visit Grand Teton’s road status map or call 307-739-3682. For more information about the project, visit go.nps.gov/moosewilson.
- Most park roads have reopened in Yellowstone National Park after the flooding event in June. Yellowstone south and north loops are open. Visit go.nps.gov/yellflood for more information.
- For more planning tools, visit the park plan your visit page and follow Grand Teton on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more helpful information.