Several concessioners provide overnight accommodations, however, mostlodging has been sold out for the dates around the eclipse. Most accommodations in local communities are also sold out. We encourage you to call the lodging location for confirmation or to visit the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce website at https://jacksonholechamber.com for possible lodging accommodations.
Camping in the park is only allowed at designated campgrounds. Most campgrounds are first-come, first-served and all campgrounds and campsites will fill in advance of the eclipse.
The backcountry is open to climbers and hikers. Backcountry camping in the park is only allowed with a permit. Backcountry permits are available on a first-come first-served basis and will be highly limited due to high demand. Campers must use all nights on a permit to keep the permit valid. If a camper fails to use a night of the permit, the permit is automatically cancelled. Campers without valid backcountry permits will be turned away at the trailheads or escorted from the backcountry and may be issued a citation. Many peaks are expected to see increased visitation. Rescue resources will be extremely limited, so appropriate skill level relevant to the climb or hike is essential to your safety.
Last updated: August 10, 2017