by Joseph A. Sprince – Photography by Gerald B. Allen
The Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks Travel Guides are a resource for those planning to tour Yellowstone National Park and/or Grand Teton National Park. The adjacent national parks are typically visited at the same time and offer very different experiences. Yellowstone offers the world's largest concentration of thermal features such as geysers and hot pools. Grand Teton features one of the world's most spectacular mountain ranges. Both parks offer outstanding opportunities to view wildlife.
There are eight lodging establishments within Grand Teton National Park, ranging from rustic cabins to the finest resort-style accommodations. All offer very beautiful settings as well as convenience. Most offer recreational activities through licensed concessionaires. Reservations for lodging are necessary well in advance for staying inside the park. There are many more motels and other lodging in the towns surrounding the park. For current rates and reservations, please use the links provided below.
Lodging in Grand Teton National Park
Click on any of these links below to check for availability or to make a reservation.
Headwater’s Lodge and Cabins at Flagg Ranch. Located 56 miles north of Jackson, 2.5 miles south of Yellowstone entrance station on US-89. Hotel Ratings: AAA-2 Diamonds. Open May to October. Offering modern standalone log cabin rooms. Lodge with dining, gifts, and store. Horseback riding, fishing and floating available. Open December to March for winter season. Phone: (800) 443-2311
Colter Bay Village. Located 37 miles north of Jackson, along Jackson Lake on US-89. Open June to early September. Offers vintage log cabins with a variety of floor plans and tent cabins. Laundry, showers, stores, restaurants, and wide variety of services. Phone: (800) 628-9988
Jackson Lake Lodge. Located 35 miles north of Jackson, on US-89. Hotel Ratings: AAA-3 Diamonds. Open May to September. Full service resort with mainly cottage rooms and a smaller number of rooms in beautiful lodge. Fine dining and lounge. Wide variety of activities. Phone: (800) 628-9988
Signal Mountain Lodge. Located 32 miles north of Jackson, along Jackson Lake on Teton Park Road. Hotel Ratings: AAA-2 Diamonds. Open May to October. Offers lake-front apartments, log cabins, and motel units. Jackson Lake marina adjacent. Activities include float trips, guided lake fishing and canoe and boat rentals. Dining and stores. Phone: (307) 543-2831
Jenny Lake Lodge. Located 20 miles north of Jackson, along Jenny Lake on Teton Park Road. Hotel Ratings: AAA-3 Diamonds. Open May to early October. Finest lodging in the park in perhaps the most beautiful setting. Features very elegant rustic cabins with breakfast and dinner included. Four diamond property. Phone: (800) 628-9988
Dornan’s. Located 12 miles north of Jackson, at junction of US-89 and Teton Park Road. Open all year. Small number of log cabins along Snake River with kitchens. Nice motel-style quality. Also, restaurant, store, wine shop (with huge selection), and cookouts. Float trip concession. Rents kayaks, canoes, and mountain bikes. (Only place that rents kayaks and canoes.) Phone: (307) 733-2522
Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch. Located 16 miles north of Jackson, on Teton Park Road. Oriented to climbers but open to anyone. Ranch offers dormitory style accommodations with bunk beds in small log cabins. Cooking shelters and showers available. Visitors must provide all their own gear, including sleeping bags, food, etc. Mostly first-come first served with very limited reservations. Phone: (307) 733-7271
Triangle X Ranch. Located 25 miles north of Jackson on US-89. May to October. Authentic working dude ranch with a very extensive package of activities. Price includes lodging in cabins, meals, horseback Riding, ranch activities. Based on weekly stays in summer. Open December to March for winter season. Phone: (307) 733-2183
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