Lodging Options at Grand Teton National Park
Visiting Grand Teton National Park and looking for a place to stay? There are many options for lodging in and around the park. Read more...
Whether you’d like to rough it by staying in a tent cabin or relax more luxuriously in an inn or lodge, you’ll find what you’re looking for somewhere in the park. Built in the 1950’s, the Jackson Lake Lodge, for example, offers comfortable rooms with large windows, ideal for views of the Teton mountain range and the Jackson Lake, the park’s biggest lake, just a 5-minute drive from Jackson Lake Lodge. The Lodge also offers boat rentals, a heated outdoor pool, tennis courts and a medical clinic.
Other lodging at Grand Teton National Park includes the more rustic Colter Bay Village, a group of log and tent cabins complete with RV park, two restaurants, laundry facilities and shower station. Those looking for a more luxurious stay will want to consider the exclusive Jenny Lake Lodge. Settled at the foot of the Grand Tetons, what began as a dude ranch for people from the city wanting a place to ‘rough it’ has turned into a 4-diamond eco-resort perfect for those looking to experience the Grand Teton National Park while still experiencing high comfort.