Jackson Lake Lodge

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Jackson Lake Lodge overlooks the Teton Range.

Photo courtesy of GTLC

Explore Jackson Lake Lodge

Jackson Lake Lodge sits on a natural bluff overlooking Jackson Hole and the Teton Range. From inside, visitors have views of the Tetons. Due to its exceptional national importance in the areas of architecture, landscape architecture, conservation, and recreation, the Jackson Lake Lodge has been designated as a National Historic Landmark.

A variety of activities can be found at Jackson Lake Lodge. Stay or dine there, hike from the lodge, plan a horseback ride, or just stop in to see the lodge.

To visit Jackson Lake Lodge, drive highway 89/191 north towards Yellowstone. Follow signs for Jackson Lake Lodge, just north of the Jackson Lake Junction.

 

Hike Jackson Lake Lodge

 
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Hike Grand View Point

Take a moderate hike to Grand View Point for panoramic views of Jackson Hole and the Teton Range.

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Hike to Christian Pond

Follow an easy loop trail to Christian Pond with views of the Teton Range.

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Lunch Tree Hill

Take an easy stroll to Lunch Tree Hill for panoramic Teton views.

 
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Jackson Lake Lodge is a National Historic Landmark.

Photo courtesy of GTLC

Visit Jackson Lake Lodge

Perched at the edge of a natural terrace, Jackson Lake Lodge offers visitors expansive views of Willow Flats, Jackson Lake, and the Teton Range to the west. It was the first major lodge in the national park system designed in a modern architectural style. Due to its exceptional national importance in the areas of architecture, landscape architecture, conservation, and recreation, the Jackson Lake Lodge has been designated as a National Historic Landmark.

Stay or dine at Jackson Lake Lodge, or stop by to enjoy a piece of history.
 
 
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Bears are common around Jackson Lake Lodge.

NPS Photo/C. Adams

Bear and Wildlife Safety

Do you know what to do when encountering a wild animal? Jackson Lake Lodge is home to black and grizzly bears, moose, elk, and other large animals. Bears are often seen on trails and in the developed areas. Being prepared for an animal encounter can help ensure the safety of you and the wildlife.

Learn more about how to stay safe in bear country.

Safety tip: never approach a wild animal. Always maintain a distance of at least 100yds/91m from bears and 25yds/23m from other wildlife.
 

Stay Here

Stay at Jackson Lake Lodge or find a campground nearby.
 
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Find A Campground

Find a place to camp in Grand Teton.

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Lodging

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Jackson Lake Lodge Services

 

Additional Jackson Lake Lodge Information

 
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Hike in Grand Teton

Explore hikes throughout Grand Teton National Park.

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Explore the Backcountry

Travel into the Teton backcountry for an overnight stay.

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Talk to a Park Ranger

Find a visitor center in Grand Teton.

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Attend a Ranger Led Program

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

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Become a Junior Ranger

Experience Grand Teton and become a Junior Ranger. Open to all ages.

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Plan Your Visit

Learn more about Grand Teton and plan your trip here.

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Last updated: December 31, 2019

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 170
Moose, WY 83012

Phone:

(307) 739-3399

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