Lodging

A log building with mountains towering behind.
The American Alpine Club Climbers Ranch

NPS Photo/A. Mattson

American Alpine Club Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch

Open
Mid-June to Mid-September
Reservations
https://americanalpineclub.org/grand-teton-climbers-ranch
Phone
307-733-7271 (June 1 to September 15 only)
303-384-0110 (all other times)
Details Rustic style co-edbunk rooms, guests supply their own sleeping mat and bedding. Bath house with showers, potable water, and flush toilets. Community cooking shelter with outlets; guests supply their own food and cooking equipment. No pets allowed.

 
Two log cabins.
The Colter Bay Cabins.

NPS Photo/E. Heltons

Colter Bay Cabins

Open
Late-May to late-September
Reservations
http://www.gtlc.com/lodges/colter-bay-village
Phone
307-543-3100
Details
Located by the shores of Jackson Lake, Colter Bay offers a variety of units, from 208 snug log cabins to several tent-cabins. Call for reservations and descriptions. Nearby activities include horseback riding and marina.

 
A large log building.
The Headwaters Lodge at Flagg Ranch.

Photo courtesy of GTLC

Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch

Open Early-June to late-September
Reservations
http://www.gtlc.com/lodges/headwaters-lodge-at-flagg-ranch Phone
307-543-2861
Details
Log style lodging units with two queen beds or one king bed. Camper cabins with available rental gear in campground. Detached lodge with dining, gifts, beverages and a store. Central to both Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Horseback riding, fishing and floating available.

 
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The historic Jackson Lake Lodge.

Photo courtesy of GTLC

Jackson Lake Lodge

Open Mid-May to early-October
Reservations
http://www.gtlc.com/lodges/jackson-lake-lodge
Phone
307-543-3100
Details
A full-service resort hotel located in the heart of Grand Teton National Park. 348 guest cottage rooms, 37 guest rooms in main lodge. Rooms have two double beds. Conference facilities available. Activities include floating,fishingand horseback riding.

 
A wood building with chairs on a porch.
Jenny Lake Lodge.

NPS Photo/E. Helton

Jenny Lake Lodge

Open
Early-June to early-October
Reservations
http://www.gtlc.com/lodges/jenny-lake-lodge
Phone
307-733-4647
Details
A uniquely rustic yet luxurious vacation setting. 37 adjoining cabins nestled in the seclusion of the surrounding forest. Located adjacent to Jenny and String Lakes. Modified American plan.

 
A building with a porch with umbrellas.
Signal Mountain Lodge

NPS Photo/E. Helton

Signal Mountain Lodge

Open
Early-May to mid-October
Reservations
http://www.signalmountainlodge.com/lodging-and-cabin-rentals
Phone
307-543-2831
Details
Lakefront apartments with kitchenettes. Log cabins, some with fireplaces. Motel-style units. Located beside Jackson Lake with marina adjacent. Other activities include float trips, guided lake fishing and canoe and boat rentals. Multiple dining and shopping options.

 
A log building with a large stone chimney and mountains in the background.
Triangle X Ranch

NPS Photo/A. Mattson

Triangle X Ranch

Open
mid-May thru mid-October, open for peak winter season, call for details
Reservations
http://www.trianglex.com/
Phone
307-733-2183
Details
A dude ranch, with arrangements weekly on the American Plan. Enjoy horseback riding, hikes, float trips, western cookouts, meals, fishing, dancing and other western ranch activities.

 
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Last updated: October 29, 2019

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