Business Resources

Concessioners fill a vital role in helping the National Park Service (NPS) carry out its mission. Private companies are drawn to working with the NPS in order to offer services that are not provided directly by the government to park visitors. Concessioners specialize in these operations and are thus able to provide quality services at reasonable prices. By welcoming the private sector as a partner in park operations, the National Park Service broadens the economic base of the region and communities surrounding the parks.

The Commercial Services Program ensures that visitors have access to high-quality visitor services in order to fully appreciate our natural and cultural treasures. As stated in the Concessions Management Improvement Act of 1998, concession operations "are consistent to the highest practicable degree with the preservation and conservation of resources and values of the park unit."

Grand Teton National Park's Business Resources Branch administers 26 concession contracts including four full service resorts or dude ranches, 12 fishing and/or float trip operators, one trail riding, two mountain climbing services, two youth camps/backpacking, three cross country skiing and/or backcountry skiing, and one boat shuttle service across Jenny Lake. Combined, these concessioners gross over $50 million annually, and their total workforce consists of approximately 75 permanent and 1,800 seasonal employees.


If you are a visitor looking for commercial services and activities within the park, please visit the Concessioner Activities website.


If you are a current concessioner, commercial use authorization (CUA) holder, or hunting outfitter, of if you are interested in doing business in Grand Teton National Park, the following links provide information and resources.

Concessioner Resources - Reporting forms and other important documents for concessioners

Commercial Use Authorizations - Information, applications and forms for current CUA holders

Hunting Outfitters - Information and application and forms for current outfitters

Policy & Plans - Key guidance documents for Grand Teton National Park concessioners

Guide Information - Guide Resources, recommended reading for guides and interpretive plans for guided activities
- Guide Resources
- Recommended Reads


Grand Teton National Park Business Resources Branch Contact Information

Mallory Smith
Division Chief, Business & Administration 739-3434

David Reus
Acting Branch Chief, Business Resources 739-3402
Contract Liaison: Triangle X Ranch C: 690.1322

David Reus
Concessions Asset Manager 739-3415
Contract Liaison: AAC Climber's Ranch C: 690.1799

Daniel Holmberg
Concessions Project Manager 739-3587

Katy Canetta
Concessions Management Specialist 739-3418
Interpretation and guide training Contract Liaison: Jenny Lake Boating; Guided River Activities

Tracey Heilbrun
Concessions Management Specialist 739-3417
Commercial Use Authorization (CUA) Program Contract Liaison: Winter Activities;Youth Hiking

Administrative Assistant 739-3416

Concessions Management Specialist
Contract Liaison: Grand Teton Lodge Company, Signal Mountain Lodge, and Flagg Ranch;Guided Mountain Climbing;Guided Horseback Riding

Concessions Management Specialist
Prospectus Development, Insurance Compliance

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Last updated: March 15, 2019

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