Love Your Summer at Grand Teton National Park

The snow is melting and the flowers are beginning to bloom. It’s the perfect time to plan a trip to Grand Teton National Park. Our summer season is starting soon with three of our beautiful lodges opening up in the coming weeks.

Jackson Lake Lodge – Opens May 19th

Jackson Lake Lodge
Jackson Lake Lodge

Jackson Lake Lodge is the largest of all the eco-friendly resorts in the park. As the “eco-center” of Grand Teton Lodge Company, the lodge offers plenty of activities. Housed within the lodge is several Jackson Hole restaurants, retail shops and a heated pool. Nearby outdoor activities include park tours, and river float tours. The lodge opens May 19th.




Colter Bay Village – Opens May 22nd

Colter Bay Docks
Colter Bay Docks

Colter Bay Village is located right on the shores of Jackson Lake with the majestic Grand Tetons as a backdrop. Vacationers can choose to stay in authentic Jackson Hole homestead cabins, or tent cabins, campsites or an RV resort. Miles of hiking trails, a museum, horseback riding, canoe rentals and guided fishing trips are just a few of the outdoor activities guests can enjoy. The lodge opens on May 22nd.


Jenny Lake Lodge – Opens June 1st

Jenny Lake Cabin
Jenny Lake Cabin

Jenny Lake is the only 4-diamond eco resort in the Park and is ideal for those seeking the finest service and lodging. Guests enjoy a daily gourmet breakfast and five-course dinner, horse back rides and bike rentals. Since 1920, Jenny Lake Lodge has welcomed travelers with rustic elegance. Even time sitting on the porch in a rocking chair can be a surreal experience.




What are you waiting for? Start planning your Grand Teton adventure and book today.

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