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Discover Grand Teton National Park


Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming in Teton County, a stone’s throw away from Kelly and 30 minutes away from Teton Village. Grand Teton is named after the tallest mountain of the Teton Range and characterized by majestic natural scenery and wildlife. Grand Teton is one of the most visited national parks in the United States and a great location to have a family vacation, celebrate your honeymoon or anniversary, or challenge your inner adventurer on one of the park’s strenuous hiking trails.

The park spreads across 310,000 acres, encompassing the Teton Range as well as a northern part of the valley called Jackson Hole. Visitors will appreciate the breathtaking view of mountains, forests, and Snake River while exploring the park’s hiking trails. If you like rafting, horseback riding, wildlife watching, and, of course, camping, book an RV in Jackson, located a few minutes away from the park.

Getting Outdoors

Planning to go camping at Grand Teton National Park? You’ll find endless outdoor activities to enjoy during your stay. With more than 200 miles of multi-use pathways open to hikers and bikers, visitors can choose their own adventure. Be aware that most of the hikes feature tricky terrain, so come prepared for a challenge. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you can skip the hike and opt for climbing or mountaineering. Horseback riding is another excellent way to explore the park’s diverse terrain.

RV camping at Grand Teton National Park also provides a wonderful opportunity to learn about the flora and fauna of the region. Wildlife watchers are in for a treat here. You can expect to see bison near Jackson Hole and moose at Leigh Lake. Although rare, cougars also visit the park, so be on the lookout.

Depending on the season, you can participate in various ranger-led programs. Jackson campers can visit during autumn to learn about the history and geology of the park, or during winter if they wish to experience a guided snowshoe hike or skiing excursion.

Camping at Grand Teton National Park

There are a few options for RV camping at Grand Teton National Park. The park’s six campgrounds have hundreds of sites with different amenities depending on the season. Most campsites are pet-friendly and offer easy access to dump stations and gas stations. All sites, except for group sites and those at Colter Bay RV Park and Headwaters Campground at Flagg Ranch, are first-come, first-served.

RV camping is available at Colter Bay Campground, Gros Ventre Campground, and Headwaters Campground. Jenny Lake Campground is tent-only, and Lizard Creek and Signal Mountain campgrounds can only accommodate RVs up to 30 feet long. Colter Bay, Gros Ventre, and Signal Mountain offer electric hookups, while Headwaters Campground provides full hookups.

Restrooms and shower facilities can be found near most of the campgrounds. Signal Mountain also provides easy access to a marina and camp store. Campgrounds are spread throughout this vast park, so be sure to plan ahead for your RV camping trip at Grand Teton National Park.

Explore the Area

Camping at Grand Teton National Park is a golden opportunity to explore the area and discover what Wyoming has to offer. North of Jackson, you’ll find Menor's Ferry Historic District, named for William Menor, a homesteader who settled on the Snake River in 1894. He built a store there and constructed a ferry which was used to transport people from one side of the river to another.

If you love learning about history, you should pay a visit to Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum in Grand Teton National Park. The museum preserves Native American artifacts as well as relics from the Old West, offering insight into everyday life in the region before the park existed. Check the exhibit schedule to discover what’s on display during your visit.

Prefer to experience an up-close encounter with the area’s wildlife? Stop by the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana. This non-profit organization cares for animals which cannot survive on their own in the wild. The exhibits change frequently, allowing visitors to view a variety of species.

Ready to hit the road again? Gas stations are conveniently located near most of the park’s campgrounds. You can also grab a slice of pizza or enjoy a sit-down meal in Moran or Kelly. The nearest store is close to Jenny Lake. You'll find more stores in Teton Village and Kelly where you can restock supplies for your rental RV.

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