People often ask us where to stay near Grand Teton National Park.
Grand Teton, and nearby Jackson, Wyoming offer a wide range of accommodations including mountain-inspired lodges, log cabins, hotels, vacation rentals and campgrounds.
Check out our Grand Teton National Park guide and determine the best place to stay for your vacation!
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Grand Teton National Park Lodging
Jackson Lake Lodge
Open Mid-May to early-October, Jackson Lake Lodge is a one-of-a-kind experience. It’s a full-service resort hotel located in the heart of Grand Teton National Park. There are 348 guest cottage rooms and 37 guest rooms in main lodge. Each room have two double beds.
Jenny Lake Lodge
Open early-June to early-October, Jenny Lake Lodge is a rustic yet luxurious vacation setting. There are 37 adjoining cabins in the forest adjacent to Jenny and String Lakes.
Signal Mountain Lodge
Open early-May to mid-October, Signal Mountain Lodge has lakefront apartments with kitchenettes and log cabins (some with a fireplace). The lodge is next to Jackson Lake near the marina.
Colter Bay Cabins
Open late-May to late-September, Colter Bay Cabins are located near the shores of Jackson Lake. There are a variety of lodging options from snug log cabins to tent-cabins.
Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch
Open early-June to late-September, Headwaters Lodge at Flagg Ranch offers log style units, each with two queen beds or one king bed. There are also camper cabins and a campground.
Camping at Grand Teton National Park
All park campgrounds must be reserved! Be sure to check the NPS website for the dates when reservations open for the time you want to visit. The campground reservations go fast so be sure you’re planning well in advance of when you want to travel!
- Gros Ventre Campground
- Jenny Lake Campground
- Signal Mountain Campground
- Colter Bay Campground
- Colter Bay RV Park
- Lizard Creek Campground
- Headwaters Campground
Most camping sites at Grand Teton offer standard amenities including modern comfort stations, potable water, metal fire grates, picnic tables, and metal bear boxes.
The maximum length of stay is 7 days per person at Jenny Lake, and 14 days at all other campgrounds—no more than 30 days in the park per year.
Camping is not permitted within the park along roadsides, at overlooks, or parking areas. Doubling up in campsites is prohibited and there are no overflow facilities.
Places to Stay in Jackson, Wyoming
There are a variety of lodging option in Jackson. Here are the 3 favorite places we recommend:
- Elk Refuge Inn – this is right across from the refuge and the closes hotel to the park entrance – our favorite place to stay!
- Elk Country Inn – awesome property if you want to be in town.
- Vacation Rentals – we LOVE having a kitchen to prepare our meals!
- Hotels in Jackson Hole
Plan a Grand Teton Vacation
- Grand Teton National Park Guide
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- Best Time to Visit Grand Teton National Park
- Photograph Grand Teton National Park
- Where to Stay Near Grand Teton National Park
National Park Packing List
When you are visiting US National Parks it is important to be prepared. This includes wearing the proper clothes and shoes to be comfortable for the climate and the terrain.
→ CHECK OUT: National park packing lists for spring, summer, fall and winter!
- Hiking shoes – we like Merrell Moab and Oboz hiking shoes
- Hiking socks – we always wear Darn Tough socks to keep our feet happy!
- Fleece jackets – Columbia fleece jackets are our favorite and LAST for years!!
- Lots of Water – carry a hydration pack or a refillable water bottle in your backpack
- Food – healthy food that’s portable and filling!
- Lip Balm – get lip balm with UV protection
- Sun protection – sunscreen and sun hat
- Hand sanitizer – travel hand sanitizer when you can’t wash your hands thoroughly!
- Flashlight or headlamp – a headlamp is perfect for those morning or evening hikes
- Maps of the park – national park maps are essential if you’ll do any hiking
- Guide book for the park – national park guide books are a wonderful resource to keep with you!
- Sunglasses – UV sunglasses are good for summer and winter
- First aid kit – carry a first aid kit in your car and in your backpack when hiking
- Insect repellent – bug bites are no fun!
- Camera gear – DOWNLOAD the free checklist!