Visit the webpages listed below to learn about different outdoor activities in the park.
Backcountry Camping: A trip into the backcountry requires advanced planning and a permit.
Biking: A multi-use pathway extends from Jackson to South Jenny Lake. In addition to the pathway, bikes may travel where vehicles are allowed. Bikes are prohibited on hiking trails.
Bird Watching: The park is a great place to view a wide variety of bird species.
Boating and Floating: The Snake River and the park's lakes provide incredible opportunities to enjoy a day on the water.
Climbing and Mountaineering: The Teton Range lures climbers and mountaineers from around the world to scale its peaks.
Concessioner Activities: Private concessioners operating within the park offer a variety of services and activities.
Cross-country Skiing & Snowshoeing: Winter in the park is very different from summer. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing allow visitors to experience this winter wonderland.
Fishing: The Snake River is home to the fine-spotted cutthroat trout. The nearby lakes also offer a variety of fishing opportunities.
Ranger Programs: Ranger-led programs provide additional insight into the natural and cultural history of the park.
Hiking: The park is renowned for its hiking. With over 230 miles of trails, there is something for almost anyone.
Horseback Riding: Whether you go on a trail ride or bring your own horse to the park, many of the park's trails allow horseback riding.
Scenic Drives: The views of the Teton Range, lakes, and Snake River are spectacular from your car, or on foot.
Wildlife Viewing: The park is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Some animals are active during the day, but many venture out early in the morning and late in the evening.