Mountains of the Imagination

Soaring over a landscape rich with wildlife, pristine lakes, and majestic alpine vistas, the Teton Range stands as a testament to generations of stewards. For over 11,000 years, communities have thrived in the valley known as Jackson Hole, turning these mountains into more than just peaks—they embody imagination and enduring human connection.

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Plan Your Summer Adventure

Grand Teton has a lot to offer whatever your interests. Explore the Plan Your Visit pages to help with your summer trip planning.

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Park Roads and Construction

Check the status and seasonal closing dates of park roads.

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Operating Hours and Seasons

Learn the hours and seasons for facilities in the park.

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We Have an App for That

Download the NPS App before you get here! Explore Grand Teton and discover places to visit, find a bite to eat, and a place to stay.

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Campgrounds are by Reservation Only

Reserve your night under the stars. 

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Find a place to stay in Grand Teton.

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Temporary & Wildlife Closures

Know where you can go. Follow all temporary and wildlife closures.

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Grand Migrations

Grand Teton is a renowned for its abundant wildlife, but many of the animals that call the park home only live here part of the year.

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What is Migration?

Find out how and why animals migrate (and why others don't).

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On the Move: Mule Deer Migrations

Traveling hundreds of miles over mountain passes and fording wide rivers mule deer migrate to survive.

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Migrations Need You

What can you do to help wildlife migrations?

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 170
Moose, WY 83012


Talk to a Ranger? To speak to a Grand Teton National Park ranger call 307–739–3399 for visitor information Monday-Friday during business hours.

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