Complete the Scattering Ashes Special Use Permit form and submit it to the Grand Teton National Park Visitor Services Office at least two weeks before the planned date for scattering ashes. Do not provide your Social Security Number on the application. There is no fee for this activity.
Your request will be evaluated based on the information in your application. Applicants should attach maps, diagrams, and other information that might assist park staff in evaluating the application.
Mail the completed application to:
Visitor Services Office
Restrictions & Conditions
A Special Use Permit does not allow the permittee to restrict park visitors from any location; therefore, sites which attract a large number of visitors should be avoided. Normal visitor use patterns will not be interrupted and are only allowed as specified in the approved permit. Permit activities may not occur simultaneously with other permitted activities or unduly conflict with scheduled public activities.
Permit activities may be restricted based on weather or seasonal conditions (fire danger, standing water, nesting season, road closures, etc.). Additional closures, use limits and /or restricted activities are listed in the Superintendent's Compendium.
Activities that may damage, significantly impact, or alter park resources are prohibited. The following are also prohibited:
Restrictions and conditions enumerated in the permit generally include the following:
Last updated: April 19, 2019