Places To Go

Visitor Centers - Information and Permits
One Stop Shop

Stop by a visitor center to get your questions answered, pick up a permit, or make a purchase at a Grand Teton Association bookstore.

TA Moulton historic barn in the morning mist Teton Range beyond.
Moose Area

The Moose and Mormon Row areas are a wealth of history and beauty.

Colter Bay Marina
Colter Bay Area

Colter Bay area has it all. Water, hiking, visitor center, camping, cabins, and did we mention water!

Visitors enjoying an overlook at South Jenny Lake with Mount Teewinot in the background
Jenny Lake Area

A visitor destination even before the park was established!

Phelps Lake with bench in foreground and Death Canyon beyond.
Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve

Explore the beauty and serenity of the Preserve and the Moose-Wilson cooridor.

View of Jackson Lake and the Teton Range from the summit of Signal Mountain.
Explore Signal Mountain.

Lake, campground, lodge, and views. Visit Signal Mountain!

Jackson Lake Lodge at night highlighting the wall of windows.
Jackson Lake Lodge - history and a view.

Experience the history and views of this classic lodge.

Looking north along the Teton Range as visitors picnicking on the shores of String Lake.
Summer Soak

String Lake is a popular spot in the summer time.

Front of Leeks Pizzeria with brown wood siding.
Leeks' Marina and Pizzeria

Water and pizza for a favorite stop up north.

View from Grand View Point looking across Jackson Lake to the Teton Range
East Side of the Park

Vistas and hikes in the northeast corner of the park.

Last updated: June 30, 2020

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 170
Moose, WY 83012


Talk to a Ranger? To speak to a Grand Teton National Park ranger call 307–739–3399 for visitor information Monday-Friday during business hours.

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