Grand Teton Lodge Company was started by the Rockefeller family.
Our employees represent all 50 states and may have worked for us for decades. Our longest employee worked for us 52 years on a seasonal basis each summer!
The US/Russia Peace Talks of 1989 were held at Jackson Lake Lodge.
We make nearly 30 gallons of homemade ice cream every day.
The Ranch House Restaurant was developed at Colter Bay to honor the many original dude ranches of the Jackson Hole area where our log cabins originally came from prior to being relocated to Colter Bay.
We have a private meal-site on the banks of the Snake River just under the Snake River Overlook where Ansel Adams took his famous photo of Grand Teton National Park. Join us for dinner throughout the week and then float a 10 mile section of the river with our guides.
Our staff created the artwork and details for our kid’s coloring book called the Wildwalk Passport…ask for one at the Front Desk.
Between all our operations we employ nearly 1,000 people each summer…approximately 49% of which are returning employees.
Colter Bay Marina is the only location on Jackson Lake where boat slips can be reserved….get your name in now…there is currently a 15 year waiting list!
We hope you enjoy learning a few fun facts about our operations. If you know of more we’d welcome learning of them, so feel free to make a comment!