All lodging and campgrounds are reservable in Grand Teton National Park. Make your reservations early as lodge rooms and campsites can fill months in advance. Reservations are not needed to enter the park.
Boating & Floating Permits
A park boat permit and a state AIS decal are required to launch your boat on park waters.
Wyoming requires a boat inspection and purchase of an aquatic invasive species decal prior to launching in state waters. Decals may be purchased online. State inspection stations are distributed throughout the state.
Special Use Permits
Certain types of activities require a special use permit. These include many types of organized gatherings, distribution of printed material and other public expressions of opinion, and other activities that are controlled or prohibited. See the following definitions and examples to determine if your use might be included. For all special use permit inquiries and to submit permits, please email us. Or mail us:
Visitor Services Office
A special park use is defined as a short-term activity that takes place in a park area, and that:
Educational Fee Waivers
Commercial Filming & Photography
Scattering of Ashes
The term Special Events includes sport events, pageants, celebrations, exhibitions, and other activities that the general visitor does not participate in. The event must have a direct connection to Grand Teton and fits within the park’s mission. The event, which is not a demonstration, must have a permit if it engages one or more persons and/or the conduct of which has the effect, intent or propensity to draw a crowd or onlookers.
Last updated: March 18, 2021