Leeks Marina and the North

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Leeks Marina offers access to Jackson Lake.

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Explore Leeks Marina

A few miles north of Colter Bay sits Leeks Marina. Established in the late 1800's by Stephen Leek, a cattle rancher, conservationist, and entrepreneur, as a hunting and fishing camp, Leeks Marina area still serves visitors today.

Leeks Marina includes a boat launch, private boat services, and lakefront pizzeria. Note, boat rentals not available at this marina.

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Bring your own boat to Jackson Lake.

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Boat Jackson Lake

Jackson Lake is a popular area for boating. Several islands stand just outside of Leeks Marina and are home to fish, birds, and other wildlife. Explore the lake by canoe, kayak, or motor boat.

Bring your own boat to explore the lake. Buoy rentals are available at Leeks Marina.
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The Berol Lodge at the AMK Ranch.

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Attend an Event at the AMK Ranch

The University of Wyoming-National Park Service (UW-NPS) Research Station is a cooperative effort between the University of Wyoming and the National Park Service to promote research in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The UW-NPS Research Station is one of only eight field stations in the US National Parks and is the oldest such partnership.

Every summer, the UW-NPS Research Station hosts the Harlow Seminar Series. A BBQ dinner ($5 donation) and a talk take place at the AMK Ranch Thursday evenings during the summer.
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Fly fishing is a popular activity in Grand Teton.

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Fish Jackson Lake

Jackson Lake is filled with a variety of species of trout and is a popular destination for fishermen. Whether fishing from shore or from a boat, Jackson Lake offers plenty of opportunities to fish for Lake, Brown, or Cutthroat trout.

A Wyoming fishing license is required when fishing in Grand Teton National Park. Learn fishing regulations before heading out.

Leeks Marina and the North Services

  • Leeks Pizzeria: pizza, sandwiches, and ice cream
  • Leeks Marina: dependent on water levels

Additional Leeks Marina Information

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Last updated: March 1, 2023

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