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.
During the summer there are five front-country campgrounds to choose from in Grand Teton National Park and one in the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway. Most are available on a first-come, first-served basis, although reservations can be made for group camping, the Colter Bay RV Park and the Headwaters Campground and RV Sites at Flagg Ranch. Campgrounds may fill during the summer with the smallest campgrounds (Jenny Lake and Signal Mountain) usually filling first, and the largest campgrounds (Colter Bay and Gros Ventre) not filling or filling last.
For campground status, contact entrance stations or visitor centers. Additional camping facilities are available in nearby national forest and other adjacent areas. Camping is not permitted within the park along roadsides, in overlooks or in parking areas. Doubling up in campsites is not permitted and there are no overflow facilities.
The only campgrounds with public shower facilities in the park and parkway are Colter Bay, Signal Mountain and Headwaters at Flagg Ranch.
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. A $5 permit can be obtained by paying the fee at the self-pay station by the visitor center restroom.
For backcountry camping information visit our Backcountry Camping page.