Schwabacher Landing Ceremony Location

View of beaver ponds, trees, and the Teton Range from Schwabacher Landing.

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Location is a short walk from the northern most parking area at the end of the trail with a view of the Tetons with the beaver ponds. This location is available for groups up to 25 people and ceremonies are limited to one per day and no more than 60 per year. Ceremony site use is on a first-come, first-served basis based on the date applications are received. Visit the Wedding and Commitment Ceremonies page for detailed information on how to apply.


Restroom? Yes – vault/pit toilet
Points of interest? Views of the Teton Range; Snake River; beaver ponds, damns, and lodges.
Is the site level or rocky? Level
Is the location accessed by a paved or gravel road? Gravel
Is the site closed seasonally? Yes – Typically closed mid-October to mid-May.
How many parking spots are available? Approximately 20 parking spaces.
Is there overflow parking nearby? Yes
Is the parking frequently full or have availability? Frequently busy, but not frequently full.
How busy is this location? Very busy in the morning, moderately busy at midday, and very busy in the evening.
Seating? There are some benches, but no picnic tables at this location.
Any structures for shade or rain cover? No, but some trees.
Are there formal pathways? Yes, unpaved.

Accessibility Information

There are not designated accessible parking spots and pathways are unpaved.

Location Photos

Gravel walkway with benches and a view of a river.
Ceremony location
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A body of water lined by trees with the Teton Range in the background.
View from ceremony location
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View from a gravel area with a bench of a body of water lined by pine trees.
Ceremony location and view
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Pathway lined with wooden boundaries with a body or water running to the left and trees in the background.
Pathway to ceremony location
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Pit toilet with bearproof trashcans lined to the left of it.
Restroom at Schwabacher Landing parking area
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Last updated: February 11, 2022

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P.O. Box 170
Moose , WY 83012


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