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Moose-Wilson Road

A moose walks across a road in front of a car.
The Moose-Wilson Road is a common place to view wildlife.

NPS Photo/C. Adams

The Moose-Wilson Road is a corridor road connecting the towns of Moose and Wilson. The road winds through forest and marsh habitats, and is home to various species of wildlife. The Moose-Wilson Road provides access to the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve, and the Granite and Death Canyon Trailheads.

Always use caution when driving through Grand Teton. Use pulloffs to view wildlife or take photos, obey posted signs, and be aware of wildlife on or near the road.
Details
The Moose-Wilson Road is 15 m/24.1 km long, with 7 m/11.5 km in the park. The Moose-Wilson Road is closed to RVs and trailers (vehicles over 280 inches/23.3 feet in length) and is unpaved for 1.5 miles.
Pets are allowed in vehicles and parking lots. Pets must remain on a leash whenever out of a vehicle.
general fee is charged to enter Grand Teton National Park.
The Moose-Wilson Road connects the towns of Moose and Wilson.
The Moose-Wilson Road is closed between Moose and the Granite Canyon Entrance Station during winter.

Last updated: October 22, 2019