Ranger Programs

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2022 Programs

Most programming starts early to mid-June. Check the event calendar for upcoming programs. Check locally at visitor centers for special programs throughout the season.

Ranger Programs

Ranger-guided programs are a great way to learn about what makes a park special, whether it's learning how people lived, discovering natural processes at work, or seeing things you wouldn't have found on your own.

Why attend a Ranger Program?

When you attend a ranger program, you can ask all the questions you have, and get answers to questions you didn't know to ask! Ranger programs are designed to bring out the relevance and meaning in the park. They can help you understand how different plants and animals interact in an ecosystem, how ancient people lived off the land, how geologic processes shape the landscape, historic events, and more. What's more, ranger programs can be a fun social outing as well. Grand Teton attracts visitors from across the country and around the globe – share in a memorable experience together.

Check at a visitor center to learn about special programs or check the website's event calendar.

Partner Programs

Tour The Murie Ranch

Teton Science School
Daily docent tours begin in June, ask locally for times and dates and the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center.
Meet at the Murie Ranch.
From June to September, visitors can join an interpretative walking tour that showcases the natural surroundings and historic buildings, while weaving in the vibrant legacy and enduring impact of the Muries. The campus also features winding trails around the cabins, to the river, and through the nearby woods. Self-guided tours are also available. Pick up a pamphlet featuring historical information to accompany your walk around the ranch!

Please check with the Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center for the most up-to-date tour information before your arrival.


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Last updated: June 29, 2022

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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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