Eating & Sleeping

A hotel lobby with mountains viewed through the windows.
Stay at the historic Jackson Lake Lodge

Photo courtesy of GTLC



Lodging choices in Grand Teton National Park are varied providing a range of accommodations. Choose from a modern hotel or motel type room, lodging in a rustic cabin, or even a tent cabin. Learn more about lodging choices in the park.


All park campgrounds are by advanced reservations only. Campsites are reservable on Plan ahead and reserve your night under the stars up to six months in advance. Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway have five front-country campgrounds to choose from.

Additional camping facilities are available in nearby national forest and other adjacent areas.

Please note that sleeping in your car or RV is not permitted within Grand Teton except in individual campsites.

Public Showers

Public shower facilities are available at Colter Bay, Signal Mountain, and Headwaters at Flagg Ranch.

Winter Camping

Park campgrounds are closed during the winter. Primitive winter camping is allowed on the parking lot next to the Colter Bay Visitor Center from December 1 to April 15, with a $5 per night fee which can be paid at the Moran Entrance Station.

Backcountry Camping

For backcountry camping information visit our backcountry camping page.


Restaurants, Grocery Stores, and Picnic Areas


There are a variety of restaurants located throughout the park and parkway. Additional restaurants can be found in the towns of Jackson and Wilson.

Grocery Stores


Dornans Trading Post
year-round except November
307-733-2415 x201

South Jenny Lake

Jenny Lake General Store
summer only

Signal Mountain

Signal Mountain Convenience Store
summer only

Colter Bay

Colter Bay General Store
summer only

Colter Bay Convenience Store
summer only

Flagg Ranch

Headwaters Lodge Convenience Store
summer and winter only

Picnic Areas

Grand Teton National Park has 9 picnic areas, while the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Park has one picnic area. The only picnic areas that allow open fires are String Lake/Leigh Lake and Colter Bay. Fires at these picnic areas must be contained in the existing metal fire grates and are not allowed fire restrictions are in place.

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Talk to a Park Ranger

Find a visitor center in Grand Teton.

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Hike in Grand Teton

Explore hikes throughout Grand Teton National Park.

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Attend a Ranger Led Program

Learn more about Grand Teton by attending a ranger led program.

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Plan Your Visit

Learn more about Grand Teton and plan your trip here.

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Last updated: November 28, 2023

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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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