We've been to Grand Teton National Park three times. Once by accident as we were passing through, once to spend the night and finally with a full day to explore.
The Tetons are near Jackson, WY. They're just south of
Yellowstone National Park. In fact, the same entrance fee covers
both parks. The park is full of wildlife and has beautiful
This page is here to link the 3 trips plus some other useful information.
We improved the interactive map and added itineraries.
The 2008 Grand Tetons trip report
and pictures have the most information. We spent two nights at
Jackson Lake Lodge so we had a full day to explore. The trip
report can kind of give you an itinerary or you can see the pictures to
see why this is such a beautiful place. To return to this page,
use the back button or select Grand Teton National Park from the menu on
2007 trip has only pictures with descriptive comments. You can use
the back button or the UP arrow on the index page to return here.
The 2006 Grand Tetons trip report and
pictures are relatively short. Still they might help you get an
idea the park is like.
We've stayed at Jackson Lake Lodge twice in 2007 and 2008. Nice
place with phenomenal views. Not cheap. If you can, you
might try for mountain view rooms. See pictures with the 2008 trip
Signal Mountain Lodge also has spectacular view. We haven't
stayed there but the price is similar. There's some pictures from
here in the 2008 report as well. They have cabins while Jackson
Lake Lodge is
more of a lodge.
Colter Bay Village also offers cabins in the park. Its more affordable
that Jackson Lake or Signal Mountain. You can see the cabins on
Jenny Lake Lodge is located further south in the park than the other
lodges. They're very expensive and I have no expectation of
staying there. That said, many people do and like it.