Grand Tetons hotels, cabins, lodging

This page is info about, photos of and maps of accommodations IN Grand Teton National Park.

On the Grand Teton National Park map (below)

the campgrounds are identified with white triangle on a black square, with their names.white triangle on black square

Red dots show the locations of accommodations, some of which are at the same complex as a campground.

From the top (north), going south, accommodations are:
(on the highway): Headwaters (Flagg Ranch),
Colter Bay cabins and tent village,
Jackson Lake Lodge,

on the inner Teton Park Road- (the road on the left)
Signal Mountain,
Jenny Lake Lodge,

(on the highway on the right) Triangle X Ranch,

and on the inner Teton Park Road-
Grand Teton Climbers Ranch
and at Moose, Dornan’s Spur Ranch Cabins.

simple map

Scroll down on this page in this order to find
general info about overnight lodging,
then links to info and maps of campgrounds,
then Headwaters (Flagg Ranch), Colter Bay cabins and tent village, Jackson Lake Lodge, Signal Mountain Lodge, Jenny Lake Lodge, Triangle X Ranch, Grand Teton Climbers Ranch and Dornan’s Spur Ranch Cabins.


General Information

Most cabins, hotels, etc. in Grand Teton National Park are
open only from early May to late September or early or mid October.
Dornan’s Spur Ranch is open almost year ’round.


Reservations well in advance are recommended.


Some accommodation webpages (or third party booking agencies) may say that they are. . .

set on the shores of Jackson Lake,”
“sits right on the shores of Jackson Lake,”
“is in the mountains and on a lake,”

but that can refer to all the acreage of the entire hotel complex,
NOT to the individual units / cabins,
all of which, or most of which could be set back too far away
from the shore to even have a partial view of Jackson Lake.

Sometimes there are photos at the website of the property, and more frequently at a third party booking agency, that seem to be of the property, but are not. Some sets of photos to click through about a given property may include exterior and interiors shots of cabins, dining room and a path a half mile away from the lodge, not on lodge property, that goes alongside the edge of a lake. Many people would assume that the photo of that path is of the grounds of the hotel / cabins.

You should do a little research by looking up each property on an aerial view on an online map
and seeing how far away they are from that path next to a lake, view across a lake.

And be aware that some of the accommodations near to,
but miles outside of Grand Teton National park,
have many photos of scenic vistas in the park,
or the owners of the lodge standing next to prime locations in the park,
but few photos of the premises. The interiors of the cabins have the drapes shut in all the photos.
Look them up on a map and see for yourself how far away they are from the park.
And an aerial view on an online map could show that some cabins windows look out at employee trailer housing.

Rentals may advertise that they are a “short drive to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National park” but the “short drive” is a minimum hour and a half, just to the park border. Or they may say they are “nestled by one of America’s most beloved national parks.” Again, look them up on a map and see for yourself how far away they are from the park attractions you want to see.


Rooms cancellations with partial refunds
are allowed with three to 30 to 60 days notice depending on the property,

or not allowed at all unless your room is rebooked,

or not allowed at all after a deadline.

The cancellation rules offered at the webpages
or when you receive your reservation confirmation may say

“Your deposit, less $75.00 is refundable if your notice of cancellation is received at least 14 days in advance of your arrival date. Any changes in your reservation will need to be made 14 days prior to your arrival or you will be charged for nights reserved but not used.”


“All changes and cancellations due to inclement weather or changes in flight schedules are subject to the penalties”


“From booking date until 7 days prior to the scheduled arrival date, the deposit will be refunded less a $20 administrative fee. Cancellations or reduction in length of stay received within 7 days of arrival will result in forfeiture of deposit. Groups with four or more rooms may cancel 28 days prior to their scheduled arrival date and the deposit will be refunded less a $20 administrative fee. Cancellations or reduction in length of stay received within 28 days of arrival will result in forfeiture of deposit.”


“We require 30 day advance notice of change/cancellation, in which case we will refund the deposit minus a $50.00 per cabin cancellation/change fee. The entire deposit is forfeited if the reservation is changed or cancelled less than 30 days in advance of arrival.”


Cancellation Policy – Cancellations received outside of 45 days prior to the arrival date are fully refundable less a $40 administrative fee. Inside of 45 days, the entire deposit is forfeited. Reservation Changes – Date changes or reduction/addition of nights made 45 days prior to your arrival day can be made free of charge, based on availability. Reductions in stay within 45 days of your arrival day will result in a forfeit of your deposit.
No-Shows – A no-show on confirmed date of arrival will be considered a cancellation of entire stay and forfeiture of deposit. Early Departures – Upon check-in, you will be responsible for paying for all nights of your stay. If you choose to check out earlier than your originally scheduled departure day, you will still be responsible for any nights remaining on your stay.”


“A no-show on confirmed date of arrival will be considered a cancellation of entire stay and forfeiture of deposit”. . .” (our) hospitality is extended to a limited number of definite bookings. It is therefore distinctly agreed that in case of cancellation, the reservation deposit will not be refunded unless space reserved can be filled. Early departures will be charged for the total days originally reserved. We strongly recommend trip insurance due to unforeseen circumstances such as medical and family emergencies, as deposits will not be refunded or carried from one season to another if your space is not rebooked.”


“Reservations require an advance payment of at least one night to serve as a deposit. Full payment is required if you book for a period for which there is a minimum stay or to secure a special rate. Deposits are non-refundable. Cancellations must be received earlier than 14 days prior to arrival or 30 days for major holidays to receive a certificate in the amount of your deposit for a future stay. These certificates expire 3 years after the original date of stay. If cancellation of a reservation is not received prior to 14 days of arrival (30 for holidays), you are liable for the total stay as reserved.”


There may be a “6% convenience charge for credit cards,” or a higher price per night if you use a credit card.


For activities that you book in advance, (boat rentals, lake cruises, scenic rafting, guided fishing, tours to Yellowstone) note the potential changes and/or cancellation fees:

“Reservation Changes – Any changes made 72 hours prior to the start of your scheduled activity are free of charge. Within 72 hours of the scheduled start time of the activity reductions and cancellations are non-refundable.”

“Weather Cancellations – Our guides regularly assess weather conditions for our activities, and safety is our top priority. If the weather is determined to be unsuitable for an activity, our guides will then give you the option to reschedule or to receive a refund. However, this option is only available to guests who check-in and are present for the activity. Cancellations made by the guest within 72 hours prior to the start of the activity or failure to show up for an activity due to weather conditions will not receive a refund or a rescheduling option.”

The extra fee per night that is not always explained, might be: “*All rates are subject to approval by the National Park Service (NPS) and may change at any time without notice. Lodging rates include a utility fee approved by the NPS. The utility fee is imposed on all lodging facilities to defer the higher cost of providing water and sewer in the remote locations in which we operate. The amount of this fee is determined by taking the difference in the cost of providing these services less the comparable cost of similar services in local areas. This fee is reviewed annually and approved by the NPS…”

And another tour said: “The following policies apply to field seminars. If you cancel:

90 days or more prior to the start of your program, 100% of your payment will be refunded minus a $50 per person processing fee.
60 days or more prior to the start of your program, 50% of your payment will be refunded minus a $50 per person processing fee.
30 days or more prior to the start of your program, 25% of your payment will be refunded minus a $50 per person processing fee.
If you cancel with fewer than 30 days before the start of your program, your full payment will be forfeited.

All field seminars are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.”


Grand Teton Association members can sometimes find discounts on lodging in the early or late season.


WiFi is not offered or not always reliable at all overnight accommodations
(and there is usually no WiFi in the campgrounds)
but bring your laptop/mobile device, as there are some DVD rentals in Jackson,

and in Grand Teton National Park there is free WiFi available at the

Colter Bay laundromat,

the main Colter Bay restaurant,

the Moose Visitor Center (Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center)

and in the Jackson Lake Lodge parlor

that anyone can use without a secret code,
no matter if visiting for the day, camping or registered in a hotel.


Televisions are not offered in hotel rooms or cabins anywhere in Grand Teton National Park.

If you don’t have a reliable satellite hookup in your R.V. you can find a television that might have the big game you want to watch (subject to power outages, etc.)

except when the restaurant decides to save money and switches to constant nature videos

or removes the television,


The small bar to the side of the main dining room at the Ranch House at Colter Bay,

The Blue Heron Lounge at the upper level of the main building at Jackson Lake Lodge,

The Signal Mountain Bar, in the building with the Peaks restaurant, and another big screen TV in the registration building at the farther end of the big parking lot.

In the bar section of the restaurant at Dornan’s.

There is no TV at Jenny Lake Lodge (except for the big screen TV in the employee lounge).

see listings for each of these at Grand Teton National Park restaurants.


Some do not offer rollaway beds, and those that do often have rules about them:
“Rollaway beds are available for most locations and room types at an additional fee. Only one permitted per room. Please advise us if you will need a rollaway when you make your reservation.”


Some have no pets allowed, some are pet-friendly. Some require a deposit or extra fee for bringing a pet.

Grand Teton National Park pets rules

“Pets are prohibited on trails, pathways, and swimming in any park waters…

Pets must be on a leash (six feet or less), under physical restraint, and within 30 feet of the roadway… ”

“Leave your pets at home. Pets are not allowed on trails or in the backcountry of Grand Teton National Park. They may become lost or prey for wildlife, they can also adversely impact park resources. If you need to bring your pet to the park, consider hosting it at a kennel in Jackson during your outing in the mountains.”

“Pets are prohibited from riding in boats on park waters, except for Jackson Lake.”


You can get a package delivered to a hotel front desk or cabin rental office in Grand Teton park by USPS or UPS, but don’t expect same day or even next day delivery
and it is not likely it will be delivered to your room / cabin.


Some properties have a coin-op laundromat on the premises or nearby. If you have a roll of quarters you will not have to depend on the change machine being operable or the credit card swipe payment on machines functioning. The laundromats sell laundry products but if you want unscented or hypo-allergic, or a specific brand of detergent or stain remover, it would be wise to bring small containers from home.

Some Grand Teton National Park hotels offer (most often) two day dry cleaning or laundry services, most days of the week but often not on weekends, if the items are delivered by you early in the day.


There is a medical clinic on the grounds of Jackson Lake Lodge, near the gas station, open 7 days a week in the summer, usually 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (307-543-2514). No appointment needed. See the map at: Jackson Lake Lodge vicinity medical clinic building

St John’s Medical Center hospital(24 hour emergency room)
is at 625 E. Broadway at Redmond, in Jackson


Bats and mice can be occasionally expected in any building in Grand Teton National Park,
and some of the lodgings have warnings about them in the materials you receive at check-in or at the lodging webpages.

“Bats and Mice are common residents of the park, and important to our ecosystem. Unfortunately, they sometimes find their way into guest rooms/cottages and other buildings. Bats and mice have the potential to carry serious diseases that can be transferred to humans including rabies and Hantavirus. While transmission to humans is rare, it’s important you take precautions to minimize the risks to you and others. Here are a few tips to help you stay safe throughout your visit:

Please do not leave or prop room/cottage entry or patio doors open.
Open doors are an invitation to wildlife to enter.

Do not leave food and drinks out in the open. Coolers and food storage containers must be kept inside your room/cottage, in a bear box, or in a locked vehicle with the windows up. The only exception is during the transport, preparation and eating of food.

If you find a bat in your room/cottage, please alert our staff immediately. Our team will safely capture the bat and discuss possible precautionary options with you depending on the situation. DO NOT attempt to capture, drive-out, or otherwise interact with the bat.

If you see a mouse in your room/cottage, or find evidence of rodent activity, alert our staff. Do not attempt to clean up droppings. Our team will use proper practices to ensure you have a room that is clean and safe to occupy.

Please contact our staff immediately if you see a bat, mouse or evidence of rodents in your room/cottage, or if you have questions or concerns”

People use ice chests or large securely lidded containers or lidded bins for cookies/crackers/granola bars/popcorn/chips/bread that you don’t want the deer mice to nibble on. table with large containers on it
Ravens (bigger than a crow you might be familiar with at home) want to get at your food and gear.

sign be bear aware tetons: Bears are everywhere in the park. Staying next to your food when you dine outside / picnic and keeping food within arm’s reach is a wise idea at each of the outside dining venues, hotels, picnic areas, campgrounds and where you stop to eat on a trail. Proper food and toiletries storage is essential. The NPS warns: “Improperly stored or unattended food will be confiscated and you could be cited and fined.” Your safety in Grizzly bear territory

two bears walking



Some of these webpages linked to below,
with maps and pictures of Grand Teton National Park campgrounds
have recommendations for which campsite to choose.

Check in advance which campground will be open early or late season.

In 2024, these were the announced opening and closing dates
(very close to the same dates in previous years):

Colter Bay Campground, May 23 – Sept. 28, 2024
Colter Bay RV park,May 02, 2024 – October 09, 2024
Colter Bay tent village, May 24, 2024 – September 01, 2024
Gros Ventre Campground, April 26, 2024 – October 09, 2024
Headwaters Campground, May 10, 2024 – September 30, 2024
Jenny Lake campground, May 06, 2024 – September 28, 2024
Lizard Creek Campground, June 14, 2024 – September 08, 2024
Signal Mountain, May 10, 2024 – October 13, 2024

The park webpages say:
All park campgrounds are by advanced reservations only. Campsites are reservable on . . . up to six months in advance.”
You can not just drive into a vacant campsite and then go looking to see if you can have it for the night, as you might have been able to do elsewhere.

(The most popular Grand Teton National Park campground, Jenny Lake, has filled within minutes each day new reservations are opened up. )


The park includes these rules: “Camping in the park is only allowed in designated sites within designated campgrounds.
Camping is not permitted along roadsides, at overlooks, pullouts, trailheads, or other parking areas.”

and a hotel complex had this sign in the parking lot:

sign says No overnight camping in parking lot

From north (top) to south on the map at the beginning of this webpage:

Headwaters campground, near the Yellowstone National Park border, has 100 trailer sites and 75 tent sites.

Lizard Creek campground has some sites on Jackson Lake, some with views.

Colter Bay campground includes 335 individual campsites (160 tent spots with tent pads), 11 large group campsites (by reservation only), 13 electric sites, and ADA-accessible hookups. None of these campsites are on the lake and none have views.

RVs should also check out the Colter Bay R.V. park with “. . . 112 full-hookup pull-through and back-in sites which include sewer, water, and 20-, 30-, and 50-amp electric outlets.”

Signal Mountain (86 campsites) is the campground with some sites with views across the lake to the mountains.

Jenny Lake campground, a short distance from Jenny Lake, 49 sites, tents only, one vehicle only, less than 14 feet long. None of these campsites are on Jenny lake and none have views of the lake.

Gros Ventre campground, 4.5 miles from Gros Ventre junction, is the closest campground to the town of Jackson (9 miles +/- Northeast). Sites vary in size and can accommodate RVs up to 45ft. Thirty-six sites have electricity. Ten are ADA compliant with the adjacent restroom being ADA compliant. It has cottonwood trees and sagebrush along the Gros Ventre river. You might see a moose wander through the campground and sometimes can find one along the river.

Not in a “campground” but 2 small campsites you can drive or boat to on Spalding Bay right on Jackson lake. They have bear boxes as well as pit toilets. They are not reserved through the system that makes reservations for the other campgrounds, rather they are considered a part of the wilderness backcountry permits system. If you want one the these you should plan in advance and be ready to get online in early January to try to get one of them. Details about these and 9 other boat-in campsites on Jackson Lake are at Grand Tetons backpacking.

simple map

Camping is not allowed along the Snake River.

Be adaptable. Even if you are certain you will not camp, bring tent, sleeping bag and insulated sleeping pad so you can if the opportunity or need arrives.


Headwaters / Flagg Ranch

side by side photos of river

is located on the banks of the Snake River two miles south of Yellowstone National Park and five miles north of Grand Teton National Park.

lodge main building

Some rooms have a view of the Tetons or the river valley. They have log cabin rooms with bathroom and either two queen beds or one king bed, (can sleep 5 with a roll-away), some patios with rocking chairs and some have a mini fridge and microwave. “Rooms do not include TVs, wifi, cellular service, or air conditioning.”

2024 Standard Cabin $338, Deluxe cabin $391, Premium Cabin $455 (“plus tax plus applicable fees”).

$? charge for each additional adult. “Pets may be left in your room, provided they don’t disturb neighboring guests. Pets must be kenneled to receive housekeeping services; otherwise, please leave the “Do Not Disturb” sign on your door. A (I did not find a current date) $18 per night pet fee applies.”

Google maps 365 degree photos you can rotate page and page
and here.

Out in the campground, Camper cabins are also available (bunk style beds with padding, either a double-double bunk or double-single bunk, no electricity, bedding, or private restrooms, but a 24 hour shower house and laundry facilities).

2024: camper cabin $102, plus tax plus (?) reserved through, not through

small cabin and picnic table

The map below has cabins (brown) on the left, campsites and camper cabins on the right. The large almost rectangle on the upper right is guest registration, restaurant, saloon, convenience store.

simple map

campground and hotel from above

Colter Bay

Potential accommodations at Colter Bay can be previewed at You can order a color brochure at that site. The reservations number is: 1 (800) 628-9988.

Below: an aerial photo with Colter Bay environs in the foreground and part of Jackson Lake. The cabins are towards the left of the visible buildings, the long stripe of buildings is the stores and restaurants, and the campground and RV park area is towards the right. There is a black and white aerial photo/map to go with this picture at Colter Bay, Grand Teton National Park.

Colter Bay: aerial photo of Colter Bay with Teton range in background

There is a cell phone tower on Signal Mountain so the area at Jackson Lake Lodge previously had more consistent cell phone reception than at Colter Bay. BUT in late summer 2021, a cell phone tower was put in the Colter Bay campground, giving better service. There are parts of the park with little or no cell phone service.

Here are views of Colter Bay campground loop F with the cell phone tower:

Colter Bay cabins have no air conditioning, phone or TV/radio. Cabins do not include mini-fridges, or microwaves. They have stall showers but no bath tubs. There are no lakeshore or mountain view units.

All non-smoking.

In the Colter Bay cabin rental office, for Colter Bay guests, there is a couch to sit on and a couple of desks to work at with 24 hour (sometimes slooooow-speed) WiFi (and if you have no device, -some years- internet service at a computer).

Colter Bay cabins prices, (prices at the website do not always reflect taxes, and the subject-to-change utility fee)

(from the website in Feb. 2024, 2 adults, prices go up with more people per cabin)

$289 1 Room Cabin – 1 Double bed

$287.00 1 Room Cabin – 1 Double & 1 Twin

$354.00 1 Room Cabin – 2 Doubles & 1 Twin

$388.00 2 Room Cabin – 1 Double & 2 Twins

$372.00 2 Room Cabin – 4 Double beds

2024: “Cancellation Policy – From booking date until 3 days prior to the scheduled arrival date, the deposit will be refunded less a $15.00 administrative fee per room. Cancellations or reduction in length of stay received within 3 days of arrival will result in forfeiture of deposit. All changes or cancellations due to inclement weather or changes in flight schedules are subject to the penalties stated above.”

Colter Bay cabins with a short to moderate walk to the guest lounge, restaurants, Visitor Center, museum and marina are the 205-235 and 430s to 490s. The lower 400s and lower 200s are closest to the store.

If too many people in a cabin sharing a bath means too long of a wait, there are also public (pay $4.25 in 2016, $4.50 in 2020 – group of up to 5 people $13.25 in 2021) showers at the Colter Bay laundromat, down the road from the cabins, 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m. (+/-) next to the small grocery/gift shop.

view from window Colter bay cabin: the view out a window, usually of parking spaces in front of cabins and/or of other cabins.

Tour a Colter Bay 2 bedroom, one bath cabin, number 613

Tour a one bedroom, one bath cabin

One year the reservation said: “Pets may be left in your room, provided they don’t disturb neighboring guests. Pets must be kenneled to receive housekeeping services. A $15.50 per night pet fee applies to the cabins. Also, if additional cleaning to the bed and comforters is required after your stay, a $50 fee will be charged.”

Reservations can be made at:

Read details and see more pictures at: Colter Bay cabins, Grand Teton National Park

The large brown box at the upper left hand corner of the map below is the grocery, to the left of it is the shower house / laundromat. The large brown not-quite-a-box farther down on the left hand side is the restaurants.

map with buildings, roads

colter bay tent cabin: canvas walled cabin with wood sides showing the patio
Colter Bay tent cabins with two log walls, two canvas walls and a canvas roof that extends out over about half of the concrete patio.
Outside there is a fire ring/grilling area, bear box and a movable picnic table.
Inside there are four fold down bunks (extra fee for up to two extra cots) and an interior wood stove for heat – not cooking.
Shared bathroom facilities. (No showers at the tent cabins; pay-for showers are about three blocks away at the laundromat (with free WiFi) next to the grocery.)

Tour a tent cabin.

Details and more photos are at: Colter Bay tent village

Rates from the website in early 2024:
$104 “Displayed rates do not reflect discounts, taxes, or incremental charges.”
Reserved through, not through

The 66 tent cabins (in 33 duplex units) usually close shortly after Labor Day weekend (May 24, 2024 – September 01, 2024)

bear eating people's food

Please note that the pictures at the tent cabins website (and the photos above) do not show that they are next to each other in pairs. They do not share a wall, but they do have corners together and if people are not careful to talk quietly their next door neighbors will hear everything.
(The brown stripes in this drawing are log walls, the brown rectangle is the bear box, the circle with red and yellow is the fire ring):

drawing of floorplan

and you can see the arrangements (look for the units not in the trees) in the NPS aerial photo below:

tent cabins in the woods aerial photo


In the GTLC photo below, the main Jackson Lake Lodge building is the tan rectangle at the top of the section of forest at the bottom of the picture, Lunch Tree Hill is just to the right of it. The hotel cottages, parking lots and swimming pool are in the lower section of the photo. Colter Bay is just out of the photo to the right.

aerial photo of Jackson Lake Lodge:
Grand Teton Lodge Christian Pond blk wht aerial: Jackson Lake Lodge vicinity index:

As you come in off the highway (highway is red on the map above, entrance road is blue), on your left you will pass the gas station, corral beyond it, Medical Clinic, then a road to the left for access to these (as well as some of the cottage rooms), followed on your left by the swimming pools, a section of public parking reserved for tour buses and a section of public parking for oversized vehicles, then rows of standard-sized parking spaces.

C = corral

G = gas station

H = highways 191/89, Jackson 35 miles, Yellowstone 19 miles, Colter Bay 6 miles

L = Jackson Lake Lodge main building

M = Medical Clinic

here, the clinic building with the service station beyond it:
medical clinic building

PL = outdoor swimming pools, weather permitting, but they have never been open much past Labor Day during any of our fall trips. (Colter Bay cabins guests can use the pools.)

swimming pool with one person swimming

P = Lodge parking

W = Willow Flats overlook parking lot (separate from the lodge grounds)

row of rocks carved into brick shapes

In the hotel parking lot when you see people in a group, usually means either a tour bus group, or … moose in the parking lot.

two moose in parking lot:

The children in the picture above were allowed to get much too close. The juvenile moose became separated from mom and then got nervous and ran back.

juvenile moose runs across parking lot lane:

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The road that comes from the highway goes past the parking lot and becomes a one-way driveway under the porte-cochere (covered) at the entrance,

driveway under roofed area

handy to drop off passengers when it is raining (but not appropriate for buses and RVs).

When you enter the lodge main building from the main parking lot, you reach the lower lobby. The registration desk will be to your right and the activities desk to the left. There is a small gift shop/newsstand/snacks further to the left in the lower lobby. Down a hall on the right beyond the registration desk is the business center with computers (your room key opens the door), followed by public restrooms, along with meeting rooms 36′ x 32′ Osprey, 36′ x 41′ Grizzly and smaller Antelope, Wapiti, Trumpeter, Moose, Buffalo. (see a map of meeting rooms -you need to scroll down the page- here.)

In front of you is the staircase to the upper lobby.

wide staircase

At the top is a huge seating area
nps photo Jackson lake lodge upper lobby: people sitting on couches in room with two story high ceiling

with floor to ceiling windows (two story, 60 feet tall) with Teton range views. The peak you see in the section of window below is Mount Moran.

huge window with mountain seen thru it

The Pioneer Grill counters and takeout (no views) are on the left, followed on the left by the more formal Mural Room with its tall windows and views. On the right, is the Blue Heron Lounge (bar and some food items, with outside deck seating as well as inside, with views, a TV that might have the big game you want to watch). Menus, hours of operation, (and usually some photos, including the view from the Mural Room), are at:

Access to WiFi in the parlor (upper lobby) is free to anyone without a secret code,

(note his administrative assistant standing by at the left).

man working at a laptop with a grizzly bear standing nearby in a glass case

as is the WiFi at the main visitor center in Moose, Colter Bay laundromat, and the main Colter Bay restaurant.

At the top of the stairs, turn around and to the left and right of the staircase area are clothes/gift shops and more restrooms.

On the upper level (main lodge second floor) you will find conference / meeting rooms Trappers, Wrangler, Prospector, Homesteader and the 60′ x 73′ Explorers Room, (see a map of meeting rooms -you need to scroll down the page- here.)

At the far end of the upper lobby are doors to the large back deck patio looking out over Willow Flats.

The stairs in the center of the photo below are from the main building down to the viewing terrace. On the left hand side of the photo at staircase level is the outside seating adjacent to the bar dining area. The large floor to ceiling windows on the left (two story, 60 feet tall) are the upstairs lobby. The section of windows to the right are the Mural Room and above that, Lodge Mountain View Rooms.

hotel building
Some evenings a Ranger answers questions (and sometimes brings a spotter scope).

people looking out at view

The back deck (also known as the viewing terrace) has these views across Willow Flats:

terrace with mountains beyond

long view to Teton Range

Grand teton mountains above a plain

To print a larger copy of the profile below of Teton Range with the names of peaks as seen from Jackson Lake Lodge (and two other viewpoints profiles) go to:

drawing of mountain peaks

mountain range

As in many views of the range, Mount Moran, in the center above looks to be the tallest, but is not. See Teton Range peak names.


Jackson Lake Lodge (348 guest cottage rooms, 37 guest rooms in main lodge)

Suites have been: (2008: $459 – 650) (2010: $559 – $775) (2014: $705) (2019 $699 to 809) (2021: $857.01- $968.81) (2023 $1024 – $1144) (2024: $1,056- $1488)

(including tax and per night utility fee), 2 adults, no TVs, radios or air conditioning.

All non-smoking.

out on the grounds

Classic Cottage, “single-story row buildings with rooms side-by-side,” 2 queen beds, private bath (2021 $386.06) (2023 $474) , (2024: $449) (These are the only Jackson Lake Lodge rooms that are pet friendly – $20 fee)

Patio Cottage “in single-story and two-story buildings, with your room being either on the first or second level” with private patio or balcony, one king bed, private bath, (2021 $398.27) (2023 $489), (2024: $505).

Mountain View cottage “two-story buildings, with your room being either on the first or second level” with walk-out patio or balcony, two double beds, private bath, (2021 $497.06 ) (2023 $604) ( 2024: $660)

Moose Pond Mountain View Cottages “in a two-story building, with your room being either on the first or second level,” with a walk-out patio or balcony. One king bed, private bath (2021 $530.36) (2023 $640) (2024: $660).

Moose Pond Cottage Suite “in a two-story building, with your room being either on the first or second level,” with a walk-out patio or balcony. sitting area, one king bed, private bath (2021 $857.81) (2023 $1,024) (2024:$1.056)

in the main building (no patios or balconies)

Lodge Non-Mountain View Room “located on the third floor of the Main Lodge and overlooks a wooded area,” with two queen size beds, full private bath (2021 $386.06) (2023 $474) (2024:$489)

Lodge Mountain View Room “located on the third floor of the Main Lodge” with two queen beds, private bath, (2021 $508.16) (2023 $640) ( 2024: $623)

Below, the view from a third floor room window at Jackson Lake Lodge:
window with view of peaks

Moran Suite “located on the third floor of the Main Lodge. This two-room suite features beautiful views of the Grand Teton Mountain Range and Jackson Lake from both the bedroom and living/dining area. The suite features one king bed, large master bath with a jacuzzi tub, kitchenette . . . Two optional rollaway beds allow for up to four guests.” (2023: $1144)
(2024: $1488). No balcony, south-west corner of the main building, room 42.

Pets are allowed in some Jackson Lake Lodge rooms. (2024) “Pets may be left in your room, provided they don’t disturb neighboring guests. Pets must be kenneled to receive housekeeping services; otherwise, please leave the “Do Not Disturb” sign on your door. A $20 per night pet fee applies.

The two heated pools are open when weather permits until fall (we have found the pools closed after Labor Day, even when the hotel is open into October).

There is a medical clinic on the grounds of Jackson Lake Lodge, open daytime hours (the white “+” on the lower center of the map below).
(St John’s Medical Center in Jackson (24 hour emergency room) is at 625 E. Broadway at Redmond.)

Rooms 10 to 48 are on the third floor in the main building (main lodge), (the largest brown building on the map below). Only some of them face the mountains.

In the photo below of the large back deck looking out over Willow Flats, the left hand side three story windows are the upper lobby and other public areas. In the two story section to the right, the top row of windows are the Lodge Mountain View Rooms in the main hotel building (left to right: 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40) and at the end, 42 – the Moran suite.

building with lawn and patio in foreground

Scroll around at this Google map 360 degree photo to see the Moran Suite. If you scroll through to the bedroom and click in the direction of the window, you get the best look at the view.

aerial photo of hotel complex

To determine which Jackson Lake Lodge rooms to ask for on the grounds, below is a map, (courtesy of the NPS) showing the two story hotel type units and one story cottages – brown rectangles and boxes.
(The lighter tan rectangles on the map, off Grey Wolf Drive and along Elk Road, are a service area and employee housing.)

simple map with roads and buildings

At the far left hand side of the map, two story building 900, (rooms 900 to 912 on the lower floor, and 901 to 911 upstairs), has the best views. 911 and 912 have bay-windowed sitting areas.

To the right of it, 560 thru 578 (down) and 561 thru 579 have the next-to-the-best views. To the right of it, 350 thru 364 (down) and 351 thru 365 (up) are the third best.

Scroll around at this Google map 360 degree photo to see room 560, ground floor, corner room and go out on the patio to see the partial Teton range view.

Scroll around at these Google map 360 degree photos to see a ground floor, corner room
and go out on the patio to see the Teton range view.

Below a photo of the best buildings on the right and the main lodge building on the left:

Jackson lake lodge as seen from inner park road: snow capped mountains and clouds in background, forested low hill with two large buildings

Each of these three 2-story buildings looks out across flats towards Jackson Lake and the Teton range. All the units upstairs have balconies (patios downstairs) with room to sit.

This Google map 360 degree photo was taken out in the sagebrush, looking back at these three buildings.

Most of the rest of the lodging (outside of the main building) is cottages.

patio, bedroom and bathroom photos

Units on the outside rows of buildings have views of trees, etc. from either the rear or front.
Units in the centers of the rows of buildings have views out front and back windows of other cottages and cars.

Scroll around at this Google map 360 degree photo to see a typical guest cottage / patio #102.

Nearest to the Jackson Lake Lodge main building, units 143-121 have tree views from their rear windows, units 119 to 101 have rear window views of the service road and main building. A large general parking area (the rows of white rectangles on the map) separates these from units 201 to 211 (the closest cottage building to the main hotel building). Each of these has tree views from their rear windows, but 201 and 203 have more potential noise and headlights from the main hotel entrance drive.

One row down from these, 212 to 246 front on sage slope/tree views (but 224 is next to a laundry room).

Google maps 360 degree view of the 200s row of cottages.

On the far lower left side of the map, two story units (up) 719 to 701 and (down) 716 to 700 look to parking from their front windows and trees out their back windows.

They are followed by cottages 552 to 546, (544 is next to a supply closet), and 542 to 516 have tree views at their rear. 514 to 500 look out to the corral (but not too close). Scroll around at this Google map 360 degree photo to see room 510 with a back porch view out to the stable corral from the back patio.

Google maps 360 degree view of the 500s row of cottages.

100 to 146, 301 to 347, 300 to 346, 501 to 551 are in the center of this section of cottages and look out both front and back windows to other cottages/cars.

On the right side of the large public parking area (the rows of white rectangles on the map), still at the far edge of lodging away from the main building, (801 and 803 again have the potential of noise from the main entrance road) 805 thru 817 front to trees. 819 is next to an ice machine and cleaning office. 825 (again across from the ice machine and cleaning office) to 835, also front on trees, but 835 is at an end closest to employee housing.

Between most of the 200 and 800 units are cottages that front and back to other cottages and cars. 200 to 210, 401 to 447, 400 to 446, 601 to 647, and 600 to 630.

Potential accommodations at Jackson Lake Lodge can be previewed at including photos of room interiors and some views out windows. As of 2011/ 2012, the photo next to the description of the main building third floor Moran Suite at Jackson Lake Lodge was of Oxbow Bend, (miles from the hotel), not of the view from the Moran Suite. You can order a color brochure at that site. The reservations number is: 1 (800) 628-9988.

And see more details at Jackson Lake Lodge vicinity.

The trail from Jackson Lake Lodge to Christian Pond, an easy, 3.3 mile / 5.3 kilometer loop trail, (dotted line below), goes under the highway:
simple map

At Christian Pond, the park service says “look for waterfowl such as ruddy ducks, ring-necked ducks, American wigeon, American coots, and the occasional Trumpeter swan”, as well as the occasional moose.

Jackson Lake Lodge under construction:

building under construction

and before, during and after photos from a multi-million dollar restoration (photos from the Grand Teton 2023 Annual Report):

before, during and after pictures


lodge main building

Signal Mountain Lodge all non-smoking usually open only May- October, has rustic cabins and better rooms.

“2024 Double Occupancy Rates
cabins: Range: $334.25 – $355.25
premium western rooms $518.25
country rooms: $370.25
deluxe country rooms: $328.55
Lakefront retreats: lower $518.25 upper $573.25
Home away from home: $663.25 (in 2023: $621.80)”

bungalows: One Room: 1 King & 1 Sofa Bed: $370.25 (2023: $281.90
Two Room: 2 Queen Beds & 1 Sofa Bed: $573.25 (in 2023: $536.80)

“All rates are subject to approval by the National Park Service (NPS) and may change at any time without notice. Lodging rates include a utility fee approved by the NPS. The utility fee is imposed on all lodging facilities to defer the higher cost of providing water and sewer in the remote locations in which we operate. The amount of this fee is determined by taking the difference in the cost of providing these services less the comparable cost of similar services in local areas. This fee is reviewed annually and approved by the NPS.”

Signal Mountain Lodge room interior Google Maps view


aerial photo of hotel complex

The hotel buildings are in the upper section of this park service map below and aerial photo above of Signal Mountain Lodge

simple map

and the Guest Registration building
lodging registration building

is just below the double loop of hotel buildings at the top of the NPS photo and map.

The restaurants, gift shop are in a building just to the left of the large parking lot on the map, south of the hotel buildings:

lodge building

and here, another view of the hotel buildings:

simple map

The row of buildings at the bottom of the map above of Signal Mountain Lodge have this panoramic view across Jackson Lake from the balconies:
 panoramic view from balconies

Best rooms, a few with views, have a fridge, microwave, gas fireplace and/or “kitchenette consisting of a stove with oven, full-size refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker” and/or “a kitchenette consisting of a microwave, full-size refrigerator, two-burner stove (no oven), dishwasher and a coffee maker.”

(2023, from the website) To guarantee your reservation, we require the first night’s deposit, including tax. We will send written confirmation after we obtain your deposit. All cancellations regardless of reason (inclement weather, flight changes, travel plan changes, etc…) will be charged a $25 per room administrative fee and are accepted up to 7 days prior to arrival by 11:59 p.m. MDT. Cancellation within 7 days of arrival constitutes full forfeiture of deposit. ANY date changes (including arrival date and departure date) are accepted up to 7 days prior to arrival. Date changes within 7 days of arrival constitutes full forfeiture of deposit. Groups traveling together with a combined total of more than 3 rooms are subject to a 28-day cancellation/change policy, may not book more than 10 rooms combined and must be approved by Management. We do not have restaurant or gathering space for groups.

All of the lodging accommodations include free in-room Wi-Fi. We also offer free Wi-Fi in our guest lobby and the Signal Mountain Lodge General Store.

All buildings on property, including guest accommodations, are non-smoking. Smoking is permitted outside at least 25 feet away from any door or window.

Grills and other portable cooking devices are prohibited in or around any lodging accommodation. The accommodations with kitchenettes are the only units where cooking is allowed and must be done so using the facilities provided in the unit. There are day use picnic areas located in the campground near the lodge where portable grills can be used.

With the exception of the Upper Lakefront Retreats and Premier Western Rooms, pets are allowed in our guest rooms. There is a $20 per night pet charge. We encourage guests to visit the Grand Teton National Park website to view the Park Service Pet Regulations.

We only allow large vehicles to be parked in our main parking lot which is just a 3-5 minute walk from the lodging accommodations.”


The facility is very near the shore of Jackson Lake with a few units with great views.

Tour the road near the lakeside units

signal mountain lodge lakeside units: a row of two story hotel units with some trees blocking the views The upper lakefronts front doors are mostly level with the parking area and have a semi-private balcony on the lakeside. The lower lakefronts are a flight down stairs and have a shared porch. As you can see from this picture of the balconies and porches, trees block part of the views from many units.

At this 360 degree view, you can see that some of the other units have views.

Short walk to stores and Peaks restaurant (lines at peak times). Hours, menus:

(From the website it 2020: “We are 3-Star Certified by the Green Restaurant Association and a member of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program. . . We only purchase seafood approved on the Green List from Seafood Watch.. . . We use eggs that are cage free, and milk that has not been treated with hormones such as rGBH. . .”)

At the entrance to Signal Mountain campground, down the road from Signal Mountain Lodge, there is a building with public showers and a laundromat.

building with long covered deck

One of the public shower rooms:
small room with shower, sink and small benches

The laundromat has a long row of machines:

row of washers and dryers

and a space for rinsing fishing waders or . . .
hose from wall

Google maps view of Signal Mountain Lodge restaurant /gifts building, gas station, large parking lot

Google maps view of Signal Mountain Lodge large porte couchere at the check-in building:

Google maps view of Signal Mountain boat launch ramp and parking lot

The hike (green on the map below), to the summit of Signal Mountain can start at the lodge. The road for the drive to the summit is about a mile south of the lodge.
map with road, trail, river and part of a lake


Jenny Lake Lodge, all non-smoking.

No part of Jenny Lake Lodge is actually ON Jenny Lake or String Lake, but both are a short walk or bike ride away.

The photo map below is from a display at Jenny Lake Visitor Center,
which has the biggest label on the map (YOU ARE HERE), on the left hand side.

Jenny Lake Lodge is on the right hand side of the map.

map with lakes and roads

This is the view of Cascade Canyon from a turnout on the one way road along Jenny Lake, labeled
Jenny Lake Overlook on the map above.

Cascade Canyon from across Jenny Lake:
The Jenny Lake Overlook turnout is about a 2 mile bike ride from Jenny Lake Lodge on the Jenny Lake Scenic Drive aka Jenny Lake Loop (or the trail alongside Jenny Lake).

log building with large front porch

The main lodge building, where you check in and get a cabin assignment, has a fireplace and seating, public restrooms and a small gift shop.

cabin-like building with hanging flower baskets

From the entrance road off the Jenny Lake loop AKA Jenny Lake Scenic Drive, you make a left hand turn and the main lodge (photos above and the larges brown box on the map below) is on the left.
map with buildings and roads

On the map above, the Danny Ranch road swings around past employee housing, then to the stable for guest horseback riding, the brown-almost-square on the far right on the map above.

Nightly accommodations include breakfast, a 5-course dinner with a dress code,
access to horseback riding, and bicycle rentals.”
“Our dinner dress code is casual elegant. Jackets are suggested for gentlemen. Please no shorts, t-shirts, sandals or caps.”

Jenny Lake has been included by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine in the 50 best Hotels in North America (the only national park concessionaire in the ranking) and received a Wine Spectator Award for Excellence.

All non-smoking, no TVs or radios, no pet-friendly.

Tour the Jenny Lake Lodge dining room, and note that the few tables by the windows are usually reserved for guests of the hotel. Menus.

Not all of the 37 historic cabins, featuring exposed beams and handmade quilts, have great views.
A couple have views of a few peaks from the porches, but not from the cabin front windows.
Most others look out at trees or other cabins.

cabins and driveways around them

Many share a common wall and share a covered porch. The duplex cabins that share a front porch with people who might have a different schedule than you are the same price as the freestanding cabins. The freestanding cabins book sooner as a result.

Tour a Jenny Lake Lodge duplex cabin with a shared front porch. (Delphinium and Balsam Root)

and tour Larkspur, which shares a covered porch with Lady Slipper and has a queen and a double bed

Not all of the cabins have covered front porches. Here freestanding cabin named Harebell:

Here, cabins that surround the Grand Lawn, where guest-only activities (Lawn Games, Manager’s Reception, Craft Beer tasting, Bocce) are held occasionally:

row of cabins around large lawn

Down the path on the left hand side of the photo, and just to the right of the path, is freestanding cabin Violet, to the right of it duplex cabin(s) Thistle and Scarlet Gilia then an extension of the pathway and to the right of it freestanding cabin Fireweed, and to the right of it freestanding cabin suite / parlor with wood stove Glacier Lily. At the Glacier Lily 360 degree view you can click to step out on the porch and see how much of the Teton mountains you can see across the Great Lawn, past the forest.


see cabin descriptions and rates, cancellation policies, pet polices at Jenny Lake Lodge.

bedroom and bathroom pictures


Below is the view from the front window of Gentian cabin

looking through window

and the view when you step just outside the front porch, of the top of a peak above and through the trees and the roadway from the main entrance on the Jenny Lake loop road. You can see the Gentian cabin will have headlights hitting the front porch from this main roadway access for cabins upon check-in.

looking at road and cabin beyond


Potential accommodations at Jenny Lake Lodge can be previewed at You can order a color brochure at that site. The reservations number is: (307) 733-4647.

There is bear activity in all areas of the park and people must keep their food properly stored all the time:

June 12, 2015 press release

“Out of concern for public safety, Grand Teton National Park staff euthanized a 3-year-old female black bear on Thursday afternoon, June 11. Earlier in the day, the bear exhibited bold behavior and appeared to have little concern regarding the presence of humans and their activities, which prompted park officials to make the difficult decision to remove her from the population in order to reduce future threats to people and their safety. This is the first bear to be euthanized in Grand Teton this year. Two black bears were euthanized in 2014.

The brown-colored bear climbed into the open—and temporarily unattended—trunk of a vehicle after guests of Jenny Lake Lodge removed their luggage and entered their cabin to settle in for the night. While in the trunk, the bear found food items, which she ate. She then climbed on top of the same car. Witnesses reported that the bear appeared to be trying to gain entry into the passenger compartment. The bear then proceeded to visit other cabins before she ripped into items left in a parked housekeeping cart and stole a purse, which she carried off into the woods. Witnesses also reported that the bear stood on its hind legs and pressed its front paws and face against the windows and doors of several cabins in an apparent attempt to enter.

The bear was estimated to weigh approximately 125 pounds and had no ear tags or other identification that would mark it as a previously captured bear. . .”


end of a lake, roads and buildings

In the map above, where the Jenny Lake Loop road goes past the side road to String Lake, it then becomes a one way road past Jenny Lake Lodge (biggest of the orange-brown buildings is the Lodge reception area and dining room, with the main parking lot in white below it) and eventually back to the main road, as shown in the map below:

(Jenny Lake Lodge is just above where the letter “O” is on the One Way road designation on the map below.)


map with two main lakes
You can print a larger copy of the topographical hiking map above of the area near Jenny Lake Lodge at:



building with Teton range in background

Triangle X Ranch, a working ranch, from the website as of May 2023, summer weekly rates per person, per week (plus service charge, Wyoming sales tax on a portion of invoice and a $.50 per person/per night lodging tax. “Children too young to ride (younger than 6 – previous years it said “younger then 5) – one-half rate”):

“June 9 to August 25th PEAK SEASON packages

6 night minimum stay during peak season (Sunday to Saturday)
All rates per person/per week (6 nights)”

One, two and three bedroom cabins, with different rates for 1 to 6 people per cabin,

$2936 to $2118 (more if you use a credit card)

“Included in Summer Packages

Log cabin accommodations.
All meals, including dinner on day of arrival and breakfast on day of check-out.
Unlimited guided horseback riding on scheduled rides. (Monday through Friday during peak season)
Children’s horse program. (peak season only)
Teen’s horse program. (peak season only)
Evening activities – square dancing, ranch history presentation, cookouts, and National Park interpretive programs. (peak season only)”

“Additional Charges
15% service charge.
6% Wyoming sales tax on a portion of invoice.
$.50 per person/per night lodging tax.”

“Optional Services Offered
Float Trips, Fishing Trips, Wilderness Pack Trips (minimum of 4 days), Hunting Trips (ten days). Brochures available upon request.

Airport Transportation
$50.00 per trip. We recommend rental cars for your convenience.”

There is a guest laundry.

“Cancellation Policy
The Ranch’s hospitality is extended to a limited number of definite bookings. It is therefore distinctly agreed that in case of cancellation, the reservation deposit will not be refunded unless space reserved can be filled. Early departures will be charged for the total days originally reserved. We strongly recommend trip insurance due to unforeseen circumstances such as medical and family emergencies, as deposits will not be refunded or carried from one season to another if your space is not rebooked.”

Off the main highway, north of Deadman’s Bar, just south of Cunningham Cabin and south of Moran Junction.

simple map

aerial photo of ranch lodging complex

Grand Tetons Climbers Ranch, five miles north of the Moose entrance station,

From the NPS: “Originally the Double Diamond dude ranch, this ranch has been leased by the American Alpine Club since 1970 and serves as a hostel for mountaineers.”

aerial photo of cabins area
At the website in 2024:

“Reservations accepted starting April 15, 2024. The Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch Season runs from June 8, 2024 – September 15, 2024.

Each bunk bed will cost $25 for AAC members and $35 for non-AAC members. Please keep that Teton County tax will be added to the total. (Bring your membership card, but they can look you up if needed).

“Cancellation Policy 100% refund if notice is received more than 30 days in advance of arrival date. 50% refund if cancellation notice is received between 7 and 30 days of arrival date. No refund if cancellation notice is received within 7 days of arrival date.”

“What are the “Rustic Bunkhouse Accommodations” like?

The Climbers’ Ranch offers primitive, co-ed dormitory-style lodging in a communal setting. Guests are housed in open, one-room cabins with other guests, sleeping on wooden bunks wide enough to accommodate one sleeping bag and gear or two-sleeping bags snugly. The cabins do not have either heat or air-conditioning.

Guests must provide their own sleeping pad, pillow, and bedding (sleeping bag).

All guests share a men’s and women’s bathhouse offering showers, sinks, and toilets. A communal cook shelter with electricity is provided where guests can set up their cooking stoves and enjoy the fellowship of the climbing community.. .

. . . Our cabins vary in size from 4 to 6 to 8 bunks. It is not possible to request a particular cabin or cabin size. Bunks are filled as they become available. . .

. . . Smoking is prohibited in all indoor and outdoor spaces at the Climbers’ Ranch. If you need to smoke you must walk down the entrance road away from the Ranch and properly dispose of any waste associated with smoking.. . .
. . . no pets are allowed . . . Service animals are permitted, please contact the Ranch Manager beforehand to make arrangements if you have a dog that is individually trained to perform tasks to assist with a disability.”

“Because cabins are one room and shared space, climbers may be leaving for climbs in the middle of the night and young children or their parents may have difficulty sleeping.”

“Can I camp in my vehicle or tent and use the facilities?

No. Our contract with the National Park Service prohibits vehicle or tent camping on this property. There are several excellent campgrounds nearby. Climbers’ Ranch staff check the grounds each night to ensure this rule is being followed.

No vehicles over 22’ or trailers are permitted onsite.”

” . . . there is no public internet available at the Climbers’ Ranch . . .”

2018: open June 9 – September 28.
2019: June 8th – September 13th
2024: June 8th – September 15th
always “weather dependent”

wooden bunks

The Ranch has a communal open-air, partially roofed cook shelter (including picnic tables, dish and pot washing facilities), set up your own stove. (“Cooking inside guest cabins and in the parking lot is NOT permitted. All cooking must be done under the cookshelter.”)

climbers ranch cooking area

toilet / sink facilities and hot showers,

climbers ranch 2 women's showers

a small mountaineering library/lounge (woodstove on cold nights), limited storage space and usually some loaner bikes, ice for sale.

Read important info and make reservations at:

1 307 733-7271 when open.

At Moose, Dornan’s Spur Ranch Cabins with complete kitchens and living/dining areas, steps from the river with Teton range views from the upper level grounds.

sign says Spur Ranch Cabins

(307) 733-2522. No pets.

building at end of parking lot
In the photo above you can see the white gas station pump in about the center of the photo and the restaurants, bar, stores building on the right.

The roof-top dining area has a great view of the peaks.

The circle of buildings on the left of map below is the cabins, downhill from the restaurants, bar, stores building at the upper right, gas pump in the middle of the roadway at the end of the parking lot, recreation rentals below that, on the right hand side of the map.

simple map

aerial photo of hotel complex
cabins surrounding a meadow

kitchen in cabin:

typical bathroom:
long bathroom counter with one sink

Look behind the cabins closest to the river for picnic tables. The trees along the river block most views from ground level across the river.

picnic tables with river behind


“8 one bedroom and 4 two-bedroom cabin duplexes . . .queen size beds with down comforters. The kitchens are fully equipped and the living/dining area consists of a sofa and chairs and a dining table which seats four to six. Appliances include a coffee maker, toaster, gas range and a full-size refrigerator/freezer. Each cabin has a covered porch and BBQ grills on pads adjacent to the porches . . .”

Dornan’s rates from their website in Feb. 2024:

“Our rates are discounted for guests who stay for multiple nights. Please note that all rates are exclusive of taxes.”

“One Bedroom: (Rimrock, Bearpaw, Osprey, Merlin, Garnet, Cascade, Hawthorn and Willow)

  • May 1 – May 15
  • $200 – $275
  • May 15 – Sept 30
  • $295 – $395
  • Oct 1 – Oct 15
  • $200 – $275
  • Oct 16 – March 31
  • $140 – $170

Two Bedroom: (Owen, Thor, Lupine and Larkspur)

  • May 1 – May 15
  • $300 – $375
  • May 15 – Sept 30
  • $395 – $495
  • Oct 1 – Oct 15
  • $300 – $375
  • Oct 16 – March 31
  • $190 – $225


“Cancellation Policy: Rates are reduced for longer stays and prepaid bookings. Because we are a Destination Resort which relies heavily upon pre-season bookings, it is necessary for us to insure against reservation cancellations. Flexible rates require a deposit and an advance notice of change/cancellation. Please consult our booking site or call us at 307-733-2522 with any questions about our deposit and rate policies before booking.”

“Please stay on the boardwalk or other existing paths to avoid damaging the wildflower meadow. Also, please exercise extreme caution around the riverbank, which is steep and can be particularly dangerous for young children. We also ask that you respect the wildlife and give them distance, remember they are wild animals and should not be approached.”

moose in small meadow next to cabin

All cabins share a wall with another unit.

You can’t park near / next to most cabins. (There are carts to move luggage).

Cabins named Owen, Rimrock and Hawthorn are closest to, and face the parking lot.

In the Google 360 degree view down to the cabins, Owen is the cabin on the left, Rimrock in the center of the photo, and the cabin office at the right.

Cascade is at the back edge of the cabins, facing the river, but with no “view.”

bull moose in small meadow next to fence

Short walk to stores, deli, restaurant. Longer walk to park Visitor Center, etc. at Moose.

And see the map at: Moose, Wyoming


stones in a row on a wall

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Grand Teton National Park boat launch access has maps and answers to questions:

When do Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Lake boat ramps open and close?
Where and how long can I park my boat trailer in Grand Teton National Park?
Can I bring my dog on my boat in Grand Teton National park?

and photos, details & maps about marinas and/or free boat launch ramps at Leeks Marina, Colter Bay, Jackson Lake Dam, Snake River Launch to Pacific Creek Landing, Snake River Launch and take out, Signal Mountain Lodge, and a String Lake launch ramp for non-motorized, hand carried boats

as well as details and maps of boat-in camping on Jackson Lake.
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For info about lodging in the nearby town of Jackson,
closer to the restaurants, shopping, art galleries, aerial tram, western shows and the offices of most of the rafting companies:

The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce site is at:

Another big site of info is at:

and yet another is at:

There are dozens of lodging choices in the town of Jackson, but it is 30 miles from where most of our very early morning kayaking will take place.

Jackson, Wyoming

Info about the hotels and cabins in Yellowstone is at:

and see Yellowstone info.

There are dozens of restaurants in Jackson. They vary from burgers, Chinese, Mexican, sushi, pasta, Italian, steakhouse to four-stars with an award-winning wine list. Most lean towards family or casual atmosphere.

Restaurants in the park are non-smoking, most others in Wyoming and Montana allow smoking.

Grand Teton National park restaurants


Grand Teton National Park
al fresco dining:



Jackson Hole, Wyoming has a description and map of the main streets and how to find grocery stores, hardware, Teton County library, St John’s Medical Center / hospital and more.

We tell people on our college trips to Grand Teton National Park to fill their tank whenever they are in Jackson, Wyoming, as the lowest cost gas stations are in town and the prices almost always get higher the further you go into Grand Teton park. See a map of gas stations in Grand Teton National Park and gas costs at some of them over the years.


Was that shaking an earthquake? Intermountain west earthquakes, including
Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico, are monitored, with a map of recent earthquakes in the last 2 hours, last 2 days, last week, with locations, magnitude, times of occurrence, at

For details about our next club trip to Grand Teton National Park, go to: Grand Tetons.

Grand Tetons trip pages index has brief descriptions of most of the pages about this trip.

Grand Tetons kayaking

Grand Tetons sightseeing

Grand Tetons trip transportation has flight info, driving distances and guesses at gas cost, previous trip examples, etc.

Grand Tetons trip cost has examples of

The cheap trip,

The not-so cheap trip,

The slightly more costly trip, but less driving time,

also known as the I-can’t-get-much-time-off-work trip,

and The expensive trip.

sign that says DO NOT FEED THE FOXES If you feed foxes: They will be unhealthy and may die. You risk exposure to rabies. We will have to kill the fox for rabies testing if you get bitten. You could be fined.

This sign above in the Colter Bay campground details what can happen if you decide to feed the foxes that are all over Grand Teton.


If you feed foxes:

They will be unhealthy and may die.

You risk exposure to rabies.

We will have to kill the fox for rabies testing if you get bitten.

You could be fined.

milky way stars