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Grand Teton

National Park - Wyoming

Grand Teton National Park is in the northwest of the U.S state of Wyoming. It encompasses the Teton mountain range, the 4,000-meter Grand Teton peak, and the valley known as Jackson Hole. It’s a popular destination in summer for mountaineering, hiking, backcountry camping and fishing, linked to nearby Yellowstone National Park by the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway.

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maps

Official visitor map of Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Grand Teton - Visitor Map

Official visitor map of Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Map of the U.S. National Park System. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).National Park System - National Park Units

Map of the U.S. National Park System. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Map of the U.S. National Park System with Unified Regions. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).National Park System - National Park Units and Regions

Map of the U.S. National Park System with Unified Regions. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Map of the U.S. National Heritage Areas. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).National Park System - National Heritage Areas

Map of the U.S. National Heritage Areas. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Map of Winter Recreation Opportunities in Ashton-Island Park and Teton Basin Ragner Districts (RD) in Caribou-Targhee National Forest (NF) in Idaho. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Caribou-Targhee - Ashton-Island Park - Winter Recreation

Map of Winter Recreation Opportunities in Ashton-Island Park and Teton Basin Ragner Districts (RD) in Caribou-Targhee National Forest (NF) in Idaho. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Map of Summer Recreation Opportunities in Ashton-Island Park Ranger District in Caribou-Targhee National Forest (NF) in Idaho. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Caribou-Targhee - Ashton-Island Park - Summer Recreation

Map of Summer Recreation Opportunities in Ashton-Island Park Ranger District in Caribou-Targhee National Forest (NF) in Idaho. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Map of Jackson Off-Road Vehicle Trails (ORV) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites, & Trails (WYSP).Jackson - ORV Trails 2022

Map of Jackson Off-Road Vehicle Trails (ORV) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites, & Trails (WYSP).

Map of Winter Recreation Opportunities in Teton Basin and Palisades Ranger Districts (RD) in Caribou-Targhee National Forest (NF) in Idaho. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Caribou-Targhee - Teton Basin and Palisades - Winter Recreation

Map of Winter Recreation Opportunities in Teton Basin and Palisades Ranger Districts (RD) in Caribou-Targhee National Forest (NF) in Idaho. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Map of Summer Recreation Opportunities in the Palisades and Teton Basin Ranger Districts in Caribou-Targhee National Forest (NF) in Idaho. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Caribou-Targhee - Teton Basin - Summer Recreation

Map of Summer Recreation Opportunities in the Palisades and Teton Basin Ranger Districts in Caribou-Targhee National Forest (NF) in Idaho. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of Blackrock Ranger District in Bridger-Teton National Forest (NF) in Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Bridger-Teton MVUM - Blackrock 2022

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of Blackrock Ranger District in Bridger-Teton National Forest (NF) in Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of Jackson Ranger District in Bridger-Teton National Forest (NF) in Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Bridger-Teton MVUM - Jackson 2022

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of Jackson Ranger District in Bridger-Teton National Forest (NF) in Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Visitor Map of Patrol Cabin Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).Patrol Cabin - Visitor Map

Visitor Map of Patrol Cabin Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).

Visitor Map of Teton Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).Teton - Visitor Map

Visitor Map of Teton Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).

Visitor Map of Woods Canyon Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).Woods Canyon - Visitor Map

Visitor Map of Woods Canyon Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).

Map of the Snowmobile Trails in the Continental Divide Region in Wyoming. The region follows the Wind River Range and includes trail systems to the North: Yellowstone, Togwotee Pass, Dubois, Upper Green River and Gros Ventre areas; and to the South: Lander to Irish Canyon areas. Published by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites, & Trails (WYSP).Continental Divide - Snowmobile Trails 2022

Map of the Snowmobile Trails in the Continental Divide Region in Wyoming. The region follows the Wind River Range and includes trail systems to the North: Yellowstone, Togwotee Pass, Dubois, Upper Green River and Gros Ventre areas; and to the South: Lander to Irish Canyon areas. Published by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites, & Trails (WYSP).

Map of Shoshone South Dubois area Off-Road Vehicle Trails (ORV) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites, & Trails (WYSP).Shoshone - South - Dubois - ORV Trails 2022

Map of Shoshone South Dubois area Off-Road Vehicle Trails (ORV) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites, & Trails (WYSP).

Visitor Map of South Park Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).South Park - Visitor Map

Visitor Map of South Park Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) in Wyoming. Published by Wyoming Game & Fish Department (WGFD).

Map of Seasonal and Year-Round BLM Public Land User Limitations in the BLM Pinedale Field Office area in Wyoming. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Wyoming Public Land - Pinedale

Map of Seasonal and Year-Round BLM Public Land User Limitations in the BLM Pinedale Field Office area in Wyoming. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Victor Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - ID,WY Victor 2020

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Victor Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Rendezvous Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Rendezvous Peak 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Rendezvous Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Teton Village Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Teton Village 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Teton Village Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Gros Ventre Junction Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Gros Ventre Junction 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Gros Ventre Junction Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Blue Miner Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Blue Miner Lake 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Blue Miner Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Grizzly Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Grizzly Lake 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Grizzly Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Upper Slide Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Upper Slide Lake 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Upper Slide Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Driggs Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - ID,WY Driggs 2020

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Driggs Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Mount Bannon Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Mount Bannon 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Mount Bannon Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Grand Teton Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Grand Teton 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Grand Teton Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Moose Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Moose 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Moose Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Shadow Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Shadow Mountain 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Shadow Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Mount Leidy Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Mount Leidy 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Mount Leidy Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Green Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Green Mountain 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Green Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Clawson Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - ID,WY Clawson 2020

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Clawson Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Granite Basin Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Granite Basin 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Granite Basin Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Mount Moran Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Mount Moran 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Mount Moran Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Jenny Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Jenny Lake 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Jenny Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Moran Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Moran 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Moran Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Davis Hill Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Davis Hill 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Davis Hill Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Rosies Ridge Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Rosies Ridge 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Rosies Ridge Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of McRenolds Reservoir Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - ID,WY McRenolds Reservoir 2020

US Topo 7.5-minute map of McRenolds Reservoir Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Rammell Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Rammell Mountain 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Rammell Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Ranger Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Ranger Peak 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Ranger Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Colter Bay Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Colter Bay 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Colter Bay Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Two Ocean Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Two Ocean Lake 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Two Ocean Lake Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Whetstone Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Whetstone Mountain 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Whetstone Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Gravel Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Gravel Mountain 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Gravel Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Sheep Falls Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - ID,WY Sheep Falls 2020

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Sheep Falls Quadrangle in Idaho and Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Hominy Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Hominy Peak 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Hominy Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Survey Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Survey Peak 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Survey Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Flagg Ranch Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Flagg Ranch 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Flagg Ranch Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Huckleberry Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Huckleberry Mountain 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Huckleberry Mountain Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Bobcat Ridge Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Bobcat Ridge 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Bobcat Ridge Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Gravel Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Gravel Peak 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Gravel Peak Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Warm River Butte Quadrangle in Fremont County, Idaho. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - ID Warm River Butte 2020

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Warm River Butte Quadrangle in Fremont County, Idaho. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Bechler Falls Quadrangle in Wyoming and Idaho. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY,ID Bechler Falls 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Bechler Falls Quadrangle in Wyoming and Idaho. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Cave Falls Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Cave Falls 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Cave Falls Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Grassy Lake Reservoir Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Grassy Lake Reservoir 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Grassy Lake Reservoir Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Lewis Canyon Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Lewis Canyon 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Lewis Canyon Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Snake Hot Springs Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Snake Hot Springs 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Snake Hot Springs Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Mount Hancock Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Mount Hancock 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Mount Hancock Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Crooked Creek Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Crooked Creek 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Crooked Creek Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Badger Creek Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).US Topo 7.5-minute - WY Badger Creek 2021

US Topo 7.5-minute map of Badger Creek Quadrangle in Teton County, Wyoming. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

Highway Map of Montana. Published by the Montana Department of Transportation.Montana State - Montana Highway Map

Highway Map of Montana. Published by the Montana Department of Transportation.

brochures

Fall edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Grand Teton Guide - Fall 2018

Fall edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Summer edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Grand Teton Guide - Summer 2018

Summer edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Spring edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Grand Teton Guide - Spring 2018

Spring edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Winter edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Grand Teton Guide - Winter 2017/2018

Winter edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Centennial edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Grand Teton Guide - Centennial 2016

Centennial edition of the Visitor Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Backcountry Camping brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Backcountry Camping

Backcountry Camping brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Bicycling brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Bicycling

Bicycling brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Boating brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Boating

Boating brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Driving Tour brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Driving Tour

Driving Tour brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Elk Reduction brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Elk Reduction

Elk Reduction brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Fishing brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Fishing

Fishing brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Floating the Snake River brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Floating the Snake River

Floating the Snake River brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Day Hike and Lakeshore Maps for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Day Hike and Lakeshore Maps

Day Hike and Lakeshore Maps for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Mountaineering brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Mountaineering

Mountaineering brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Pets brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Pets

Pets brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Snowmobiling brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Saddle and Pack Stock brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Activities - Saddle and Pack Stock

Saddle and Pack Stock brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Bird Finding Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nature - Bird Finding Guide

Bird Finding Guide for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Elk Ecology & Management brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nature - Elk Ecology & Management

Elk Ecology & Management brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Journey Through the Past: A Geologic Tour in Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nature - Geologic Tour

Journey Through the Past: A Geologic Tour in Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Disappearing Glaciers brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nature - Disappearing Glaciers

Disappearing Glaciers brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Disappearing Glaciers brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nature - Fall Colors

Disappearing Glaciers brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Mammals brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nature - Mammals

Mammals brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Common Plants brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nature - Common Plants

Common Plants brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

11,000 Years of Human Influence: The Archeological Record for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Culture - Archeology

11,000 Years of Human Influence: The Archeological Record for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Creation of Grand Teton National Park brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Culture - Creation of Grand Teton National Park

Creation of Grand Teton National Park brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

A Walk Through Time brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Culture - A Walk Through Time

A Walk Through Time brochure for Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Built Beneath the Mountains - Historic Properties in Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Culture - Historic Properties

Built Beneath the Mountains - Historic Properties in Grand Teton National Park (NP) in Wyoming. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

https://www.nps.gov/grte https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Teton_National_Park Grand Teton National Park is in the northwest of the U.S state of Wyoming. It encompasses the Teton mountain range, the 4,000-meter Grand Teton peak, and the valley known as Jackson Hole. It’s a popular destination in summer for mountaineering, hiking, backcountry camping and fishing, linked to nearby Yellowstone National Park by the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway. Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range stands as a monument to the people who fought to protect it. These are mountains of the imagination. Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River, and enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place. Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming; north of the town of Jackson, Wyoming and south of Yellowstone National Park. BY CAR: Salt Lake City, Utah is approximately 300 miles and about 5-6 hours from the park Denver, Colorado is approximately 550 miles and about 8-10 hours from the park BY AIR: Grand Teton National Park is unique in that it is the only national park that has a commercial airport within its border, Jackson Hole Airport (JAC). Colter Bay Visitor Center A surviving Mission 66 visitor center, the Colter Bay Visitor Center provides great views of Jackson Lake. Inside, view 35 artifacts from the David T. Vernon Indian Arts Collection. The auditorium hosts ranger-led programs and shows a variety of park-related videos throughout the day. Visit this facility for trip planning information, backcountry, or boating permits. Shop at the Grand Teton Association bookstore, attend a ranger-led program, or visit nearby shops and restaurants. Heading north on US 26/89/191, turn left (north) at Moran Junction and continue 10.5 miles on US 89/191/287 to the Colter Bay Village sign, turn left (west) and continue about one mile to the visitor center. Heading south on US 89/191/287 from Yellowstone National Park, continue 18.5 miles to the Colter Bay Village sign, turn right (west) and continue about one mile to the visitor center Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center The grand expanse of the Teton Range rises above the visitor center. Inside, interwoven themes of place, people, preservation, mountaineering, and American Indians encourage visitors to contemplate the past, present, and future of this place. Visit this facility for trip planning information, backcountry or boating permits. Shop at the Grand Teton Association bookstore, enjoy the variety of exhibits and artwork, attend a ranger program or watch a movie about the park. Located 12 miles north of Jackson, Wyoming just off US Highway 26/89/191. Turn west at Moose Junction onto the Teton Park Road. Continue for 0.5 mile and cross the Snake River. Turn left/south into the parking lot. Flagg Ranch Information Station (Closed for 2022 season) CLOSED for 2022 SEASON. The Flagg Ranch Information Station is located in the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway—the heart of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. For visitors traveling south from Yellowstone National Park, Flagg Ranch is the first stop for trip planning information. This small wooden cabin is staffed daily during the peak summer season and includes a visitor information area, small sales area, exhibits depicting the Rockefeller legacy and restrooms. Heading south on US 89/191/287, continue two miles south from the South Gate of Yellowstone National Park and turn right (west) at the Headwaters sign. Heading north on US 89/191/287, continue 22 miles north from Jackson Lake Junction and turn left (west) at the Headwaters sign. Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center The Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center is an inter-agency visitor center located in Jackson, WY. The visitor center is owned and operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on the National Elk Refuge. The six agencies that operate from the visitor center are the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Grand Teton Association, Grand Teton National Park, National Elk Refuge, Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, and Wyoming Game & Fish. The Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center is an inter-agency visitor center located in Jackson, WY. Jenny Lake Ranger Station In the 1930s, the Jenny Lake Ranger Station and Museum opened as the park’s first visitor facility. Today, climbing rangers provide backcountry safety information, climbing route conditions and perform mountain rescues. A small raised-relief map features the core backcountry area and other exhibits address backcountry risks. A safety video provides visitors with essential information. The ranger station issues backcountry permits to all backcountry users. Heading north from Jackson on US 26/89/191, turn left (west) at Moose Junction and continue eight miles north to South Jenny Lake Junction. Turn left (west) into the developed area. Heading south from Yellowstone on US 89/191/287, turn right (southwest) at Jackson Lake Junction and continue 12 miles south to South Jenny Lake Junction. Turn right (west) into the developed area. Jenny Lake Visitor Center Harrison Crandall built this cabin in 1921 near the Cathedral Group Turnout as his studio. Today, the visitor center highlights art in the park through Crandall and other artist's work. Shop the Grand Teton Association bookstore, attend a ranger program or begin your backcountry adventure. Rangers are available in the plaza and on trails for trip planning and information. The nearby Jenny Lake Ranger Station offers backcountry permits. Heading north from Jackson on US 26/89/191, turn left (west) at Moose Junction and continue eight miles north to South Jenny Lake Junction. Turn left (west) into the developed area. Heading south from Yellowstone on US 89/191/287, turn right (southwest) at Jackson Lake Junction and continue 12 miles south to South Jenny Lake Junction. Turn right (west) into the developed area. Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Center The Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Center allows visitors to learn about Mr. Rockefeller's vision and his legacy of conservation stewardship. Exhibits engage visual, tactile, and auditory senses through a poem by Terry Tempest Williams, audio recordings of Mr. Rockefeller, videos, photography, and a soundscape room. Visitors may relax in the resource room, attend a ranger program, or strike out on a hike to Phelps Lake. The center does not have a sales area or offer permits. The Preserve Center is NOT accessible to vehicles over 23.3 feet long or trailers. Access to the center will be impacted by Moose-Wilson Road Construction in 2022. Heading north from Teton Village on WY 390, continue 3.2 miles from the Granite Entrance Gate and turn right (east) at the Preserve Center sign. Heading south from Moose on the Teton Park Road, turn south at the sign reading "Wilson Road/Teton Village 9 miles." Continue 3.7 miles and turn left (east) at the Preserve Center sign. Colter Bay Campground This large campground is in a lodgepole pine forest near Colter Bay Village. While not on the shores of Jackson Lake, a short stroll leads to a spectacular view of Mount Moran and the northern Teton Range. Colter Bay Village has many facilities including a visitor center, restaurants, stores, cabins, and marina. Shower and laundry services are available for additional fee. Departing from the nearby Hermitage Point Trailhead, hikers traverse forests and sagebrush meadows enjoying the Teton landscape. Campsite with vehicle 45.00 Fee per night for campers with a vehicle. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Most sites have a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Showers and laundry services are available for an additional fee at the Colter Bay Launderette. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Campsite with electric hookup 71.00 Fee per night for campers who want electric hookups. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Most sites have a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Showers and laundry services are available for an additional fee at the Colter Bay Launderette. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Group Campsite per person(10 person minimum) 15.00 A 10 person minimum is required for group campsites. The campground has 10 large group campsites that accommodate groups of more than 10 visitors who wish to tent camp. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Hiker-Bicyclist Sites 13.00 Fee per night for campers arriving via foot or bike. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, nearby restrooms, and a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Hiker-bicyclist sites are available on a first-come first-served basis at Jenny Lake and Colter Bay campgrounds. Hiker-bicyclist sites do not have vehicle parking and are intended for visitors exploring by foot or bicycle. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Colter Bay Amphitheater outside amphitheater with visitors sitting on benches and a ranger on stage making a presentation Enjoy a ranger program at the amphitheater! Colter Bay Campground Tent Site Conifers behind a light gray dome tent and camp chairs The campground has sites for both tents and RVs. Colter Bay Campground Trailer site two small white trailers at campsites with conifers surrounding them Campsites for trailers with shade. Colter Bay Campground Sign Brown wooden park service sign with campground information and RV park information The Colter Bay campground and RV park provide accommodations for many park visitors. Colter Bay Campground Entrance Booth vehicles waiting to pay camping fees at entrance booth to campground Pay your campground fee to these helpful people. Colter Bay RV Park This RV Park provides full hookups for campers in the park. It is in a lodgepole pine forest near Colter Bay Village. While not on the shores of Jackson Lake, a short stroll leads to a spectacular view of Mount Moran and the northern Teton Range. Colter Bay Village has many facilities including a visitor center, restaurants, stores, cabins, a marina. Shower and laundry services are available for additional fee. Pull-Through Site (45ft RV or smaller) 101.00 Fee per night for campers with vehicle. All include standard hookups of water, sewer, and electricity (20, 30, & 50 amp). All sites have picnic tables and most are shaded. Restrooms have running water and flush toilets. Showers and laundry services are available for an additional fee at the Colter Bay Launderette. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Back-In Sites (30ft RV or smaller) 92.00 Fee per night for campers with vehicle. All include standard hookups of water, sewer, and electricity (20, 30, & 50 amp). All sites have picnic tables and most are shaded. Restrooms have running water and flush toilets. Showers and laundry services are available for an additional fee at the Colter Bay Launderette. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Colter Bay RV Park Office RV park brown log cabin with green door and flowers in barrels Campers looking for full hookups may stay at the Colter Bay RV Park. Colter Bay RV Park Campsites RVs parked in campsites with dark green conifers shading the sites. The Colter Bay RV park offers full hookups in a park setting. Colter Bay Tent Village The Colter Bay Tent Village at Colter Bay Village is set amidst towering lodgepole pines just a short, picturesque stroll away from Jackson Lake. The Tent Village includes 66 tent cabins, and is open from mid-May to early-September. As with all campgrounds in the park, the Colter Bay Tent Village is very popular and tends to fill up quickly. Visitors are strongly encouraged to plan and book early. Tent Cabin 93.00 Tent Cabins are a temporary summer cabin with two permanent log walls and two weather-proof canvas walls and roof. Tent Cabins share a common log wall with an adjoining private cabin. The Tent Cabin includes two sets pull-down bunk beds for a total of four beds with padding, an interior potbelly wood burning stove for heat, and lighting. While the bunks are padded, sleeping bags and pillows not included. Guests are encouraged to bring their own linens. Interior of Tent Village cabin Canvas roof with log walls, wood stove, and bunk beds Interior of Tent Village cabin Colter Bay Tent Village Campers enjoying a campfire in front of a canvas and log cabin Colter Bay Tent Village Gros Ventre Campground The park's largest campground is in the southeast part of the park, closest to the town of Jackson. Sagebrush and grasses cover the campground as cottonwoods and blue spruce rise above. The Gros Ventre River is a short stroll away. Some sites offer views of the Grand Teton and Blacktail Butte. Wildlife including bison, moose and mule deer frequent the area. Campsite with vehicle 42.00 Fee per night for campers with a vehicle. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Most sites have a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Shower facilities are located in the park, but not at this site. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Campsite with electric hookup 71.00 Fee per night for campers who want electric hookups. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Most sites have a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Shower facilities are located in the park, but not at this site. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Group Campsite per person (10 person minimum) 15.00 A 10 person minimum is required for group campsites. The campground has four large group campsites that accommodate groups of more than 10 visitors who wish to tent camp. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Camper van at the Gros Ventre Campground A VW camper van with a plaid shirted individual looking out into the park. All kinds of campers enjoy the beautiful views of the Teton Range from the Gros Ventre Campground. Gros Ventre Campground Tent Campsite Gros Ventre campsite with red tent and silver sedan surrounded by sagebrush and cottonwoods Tents are welcome at the Gros Ventre Campground Gros Ventre Campground Kiosk Gros Ventre campground kiosk with information board and visitors checking in. Campgrounds in the park are first-come, first-served. Gros Ventre Campground Amphitheater Gros Ventre Campground Amphitheater with bench seats and stage. Join a ranger for an evening program. Gros Ventre Campground RVs Gros Ventre campsites with RVs and cottonwoods RVs of any length are welcome at the Gros Ventre Campground. Gros Ventre Campground Welcome Sign Entrance sign for Gros Ventre Campground with Blacktail Butte and the Teton Range in the distance. Gros Ventre Campground is the largest in the park and the closest to Jackson. Headwaters Campground This campground has facilities for both tent campers and RVs. Located within the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Flagg Ranch is only two miles south of Yellowstone and five miles north of Grand Teton. Wilderness surrounds the Headwaters development. The upper reaches of the Snake River flow through meadows mixed with open conifer forest. The campground offers 34 tent sites, 97 full-hookup and pull-through RV sites, and 40 Camper Cabins. Campsite with vehicle 47.00 Fee per night for campers with a vehicle. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Most sites have a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Showers included with camping fee. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Pull-Through Site - Full Hook Up (45ft RV or smaller) 93.00 Fee per night for campers with vehicles. All include standard hookups of water, sewer, and electricity (20, 30, & 50 amp). All sites include a picnic table, fire pit with grill grate, and bear proof food storage box. Restrooms have running water, flush toilets, and complimentary showers. Coin-operated laundry services are available at the campground office. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Camper Cabins 90.00 Fee per night for Camper Cabin. All sites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Showers are included in camping fee. Headwaters Camper Cabins are scattered throughout the campground and include double-double or double-single bunk-style beds. While the bunks are padded, bedding and pillows not included. Guests are encouraged to bring their own linens. Camper Cabins do not offer electricity or private restrooms, but do include a lantern. Campsite at Headwaters white camper trailer with slideouts extended and picnic table partly shaded by conifers The Headwaters Campground can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length! Headwaters Camper Cabin small cabin for overnight lodging shaded by conifers Try one of the camper cabins if you don't have a tent or an RV. Headwaters Campground Office small wooden office building with visitor in front and car to the side. Register for your campsite at the Headwaters Campground and visit both parks. Campsites at Headwaters Campground several white camper trailers partly shaded by conifers The Headwaters Campground has full hookups and tent sites. Jenny Lake Campground This small campground is a few hundred yards from the east shore of Jenny Lake. The campground straddles a glacial moraine covered with an open forest of lodgepole pine, subalpine fir and Douglas fir. Across the lake, Teewinot Mountain, Cascade Canyon and Mount St. John dominate the landscape. No trailers, campers, or generators are allowed. Vehicles cannot be over 8 feet high or 14 feet long. Maximum per site is two tents, one vehicle, and six guests for up to 7 nights. Campsite (Tent Only) 41.00 Tent camping only. Fee per night for campers with a vehicle. Fee listed is the base rate, state and local taxes not included. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, nearby restrooms, and a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Hiker-Bicyclist Sites 13.00 Fee per night for campers arriving via foot or bike. Fee listed is the base rate, state and local taxes not included. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, nearby restrooms, and a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Hiker-bicyclist sites are available on a first-come first-served basis at Jenny Lake and Colter Bay campgrounds. Hiker-bicyclist sites do not have vehicle parking and are intended for visitors exploring by foot or bicycle. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Acc Jenny Lake Campground Mountain View Two tents - one gray and one yellow - with Mount Teewinot in the background Some campsites have mountain views at the Jenny Lake Campground Jenny Lake Campground Welcome Sign Entrance sign to Jenny Lake Campground with Mt. St. Johns, conifers and wildflowers. Jenny Lake Campground fills early, and only allows tent camping! Jenny Lake Campground Kiosk Jenny Lake Campground registration kiosk with campground information. Self-register to camp at the Jenny Lake Campground. Jenny Lake Campground Forest Campsite Jenny Lake campsite with gray and green tent surrounded by lodgepole pines Some campsites are shaded by the forest. Jenny Lake Campground Tents Only Jenny Lake campsite with blue tent in the sun and lodgepole pines behind. Only tents are allowed at the Jenny Lake Campground. Lizard Creek Campground This rustic campground is in a remote part of Grand Teton National Park. The campground is 11 miles south of Yellowstone and eight miles north of Colter Bay Village providing easy access to both parks. The campsites are in a spruce and fir forest on the shores of Jackson Lake. One mile across the lake is the northern portion of the Teton Range including Webb Canyon, Owl and Ranger peaks. Looking south, the expanse of the Teton Range towers over Jackson Lake. Campsite with vehicle 41.00 Fee per night for campers with a vehicle. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Most sites have a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Shower facilities are available in the park, but not at the campground. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Campers at Lizard Creek five campers around campfire at campsite Campers enjoying their campfire. Lizard Creek Campground Sign Lizard Creek campground sign with conifers and blue sky. Stay at the Lizard Creek Campground Lizard Creek Campground Kiosk Lizard Creek Campground registration and campground information. Both tent campers and small RVs are welcome. Jackson Lake from the Lizard Creek Campground Campsite near Jackson Lake with the northern Teton Range across the water. Enjoy camping near Jackson Lake. Small trailer at Lizard Creek small camper trailer with canopy, bear box and picnic table with Jackson Lake beyond. Quiet campsites near the lake Signal Mountain Campground This campground is in an open lodgepole pine forest near the Signal Mountain Lodge. Some sites lie just above Jackson Lake, and other sites are a short walk from the lake. Enjoy spectacular views of Mount Moran and the northern Teton Range. The campground accepts both tents and smaller RVs (up to 30 feet total length). The developed area offers a wide variety of services and amenities including lodging, restaurants, showers, laundry, and marina. Maximum stay is 14 nights. Campsite with vehicle 45.00 Fee per night for campers with a vehicle. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Most sites have a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Public showers are available at this site. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Campsite with electric hookup 68.00 Fee per night for campers who want electric hookups. All campsites include a picnic table, fire pit, and nearby restrooms. Most sites have a bear box. Restrooms have flush toilets and cold running water. Public showers are available at this site. *Rates do not reflect Senior and Access passholder discounts, taxes, or incremental charges. Tent site above Jackson Lake Blue tent with Jackson Lake and the Teton Range in the background Some tent sites are just above Jackson Lake. Signal Mountain Campground Registration Signal Mountain campground registration area with office and campground information Stay at the Signal Mountain Campground Signal Mountain Amphitheater Amphitheater with building and bench seats at campground Enjoy an evening program at the Signal Mountain Amphitheater Signal Mountain Campground RV Camper trailer with Jackson Lake and Mount Moran in the distance RVs up to 30 feet are welcome at the Signal Mountain Campground Signal Mountain Campground Tent in the Forest Campsite with a picnic table and an orange and red tent surrounded by lodgepole pines Campsite with Shade North Fork Cascade Canyon Backpackers in North Fork Cascade Canyon, Grand Teton behind Backpackers in North Fork Cascade Canyon approaching Paintbrush Divide. Winter Sunrise on the Teton Range Winter sunrise on snow-covered Teton Range Winter sunrise on snow-covered Teton Range Grizzly Bear Grizzly bear running through dry grass with shrubs behind Grizzly bears are found throughout Grand Teton National Park Lake Solitude with the Cathedral Group Lake Solitude with the high Teton Peaks beyond during summer Lake Solitude is a favorite hiking destination in the park. Oxbow Bend and Mount Moran Oxbow Bend on the Snake River during fall with golden aspens and Mount Moran in the background. Mount Moran at Oxbow Bend is a classic autumn view. Visitors at the Snake River Overlook Mother in pink shirt, child in orange shirt, the Snake River below and the Teton Range beyond. The Snake River Overlook is a where Ansel Adams took his iconic image of the Teton Range. John Moulton Barn at Mormon Row Historic Moulton Barn with visitors and the Teton Range beyond. Two Moulton brothers built adjacent icon barns on Mormon Row. John's barn is pictured. T.A., his brother, built a barn just to the south. American Pika (Ochotona princeps) American Pika perched on a granite boulder American Pika live in rockfall areas. Moose Bull moose with large antlers walking through fall grasses In the fall, bull moose antlers have lost their velvet readying for the rut. Schwabacher Landing beaver pond at Schwabacher landing reflecting the Teton Range in early summer The beaver ponds near Schwabacher Landing can produce beautiful reflections of the Teton Range. Arrowleaf Balsamroot yellow arrowleaf balsamroot blooms with Teewinot Peak towering beyond Arrowleaf Balsamroot is a bright splash of color during early summer. Faces of Aviation, Grand Teton National Park Short-Haul Program Faces of Aviation, Grand Teton National Park Short-Haul Program Park ranger peers out of helicopter while flying. Grand Teton National Park Fire Management Program Transfers Fire Engines to Rural Wyoming Fire Districts Grand Teton National Park Fire Management Program Transfers Fire Engines to Rural Wyoming Fire Districts Fire engine on a trailer ready to be transported Morgan State University Students Participate In Hands-On Historic Preservation Training Projects Morgan State University (MSU) students are participating in a program this summer that aims to bring young African American students working toward architecture degrees into historic preservation and related career paths. Touching History: Preservation in Practice is a program designed to raise awareness about the importance of historic preservation and conservation and engage a new generation of preservation professionals. Assistant Director David Vela talking to student Tribute: Gary L. Larson, Limnologist A remembrance of limnologist Gary L. Larson Gary Larson Tribute: Legacy of NPS historian Richard Sellars lives on in science-based park management programs A tribute to retired NPS historian Richard West Sellars Richard Sellars Fuels Treatments Proved Effective During the 2016 Berry Fire Mechanically treated areas and fire-adapted construction proved effective during the 2016 Berry Fire. No structures were lost, likely due in large part to the use of fire-adapted construction materials. Many trees in the area are expected to survive. Progression Map of Berry Fire Fuels Work Completed to Protect Popular Summit Road at Grand Teton National Park Combined efforts by NPS and Teton interagency fire crews, with support from other park divisions, led to the completion of an important fuels reduction project along Signal Mountain Summit Road in Grand Teton National Park in summer 2014. The intent was to provide for firefighter and public safety and to reduce fuels around sensitive communications structures and equipment on the summit, creating more fire-adapted communities. Hillside with open understory. Listening to the Eclipse: National Park Service scientists join Smithsonian, NASA in nationwide project A solar eclipse is visually stunning, but what will it sound like? NPS scientists will find out by recording sounds in parks across the USA. An NPS scientist installs audio recording equipment in a lush valley at Valles Caldera NP. National Park Service Visitor and Resource Protection Staff Focuses on Week of Leadership Staff from all levels of the National Park Service in law enforcement, United States Park Police, as well as fire and aviation spent a week learning leadership lessons from one another as well as from a diverse group of leaders during the last week of September 2019. A group of women and men on a rocky outcrop in high desert. Moose Fire Offers Rare Opportunity for Managing Fire The two-acre Moose fire was discovered burning as high as 9,200-feet elevation on August 3, 2013 in Grand Teton National Park. Park management agreed to a monitoring strategy, as it offered a rare look at fire behavior in whitebark pine and spruce trees at such a high elevation, which is not well understood. The whitebark pines in the area were mostly dead from beetle infestation, so this area is a high priority for restoration of resilient landscapes. Bat Projects in Parks: Grand Teton National Park Explore what its like to live with bats in Grand Teton National Park! A little brown bat roosting with white fuzz on its muzzle NPS Geodiversity Atlas—Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming Each park-specific page in the NPS Geodiversity Atlas provides basic information on the significant geologic features and processes occurring in the park. Links to products from Baseline Geologic and Soil Resources Inventories provide access to maps and reports. [Site Under Development] snowy peaks PARKS...IN...SPAAAACE!!! NASA astronauts have quite literally an out-of-this-world view of national parks and take some pretty stellar pictures to share. Travel along with the space station on its journey west to east getting the extreme bird’s eye view of national parks across the country. And one more down-to-earth. View of Denali National Park & Preserve from space Providing for Firefighter Safety through Interagency Aviation Success The NPS is considering ways to improve provision of timely medical response to firefighters on remote wildland fires. Short-haul capable helicopters and crews are increasingly used, but extensive training is needed and safety mitigation practices must be standardized. rangers training for carrying a victim via helicopter short-haul Reynold Jackson Awarded Secretary’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Aviation Safety For over 25 years Renny has been involved with the Service’s short-haul program used for search and rescue (SAR). His expertise and leadership has made Renny Jackson synonymous with short-haul both nationally and internationally. For his commitment to aviation safety and his life-time of devoted service, Renny Jackson is presented the Secretary’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Aviation Safety. A smiling group of men and women stand behind a sign and in front of a ranger station. Wildland Fire History — Interpreting Fire In Grand Teton National Park Grand Teton NP naturalist briefly recounts wildfire history in the park, then offers effective interpretive strategies for during and after a fire and in advance of future fires. Original article published in 1989. Dude Ranching at Grand Teton National Park The rugged beauty of Grand Teton National Park has long attracted visitors in search of vacation or adventure, leaving a legacy of recreational features closely tied to the natural landscape. The White Grass Dude Ranch in Grand Teton National Park is one example of the dude ranching era in the Jackson Hole area. Today, although some historic landscape features have been removed, much of the ranch has been restored. It now serves as a historic preservation training facility. A single story log cabin with a bright green roof surrounded by sagebrush, trees, and mountains Pikas in Peril The National Park Service stewards pika populations in more than a dozen parks and seeks to understand the vulnerability of pikas and other mountain species to climate change. Pikas in Peril, funded in 2010, was a collaborative research program directed by scientists from the National Park Service, Oregon State University, University of Idaho, and University of Colorado-Boulder. Profile of a pika on rough, dark red lava rock. © Michael Durham Park Air Profiles - Grand Teton National Park Air quality profile for Grand Teton National Park. Gives park-specific information about air quality and air pollution impacts for Grand Teton NP as well as the studies and monitoring conducted for Grand Teton NP. Park visitor skiing in Teton Park, Grand Teton NP Wildland Fire in Douglas Fir: Western United States Douglas fir is widely distributed throughout the western United States, as well as southern British Columbia and northern Mexico. Douglas fir is able to survive without fire, its abundantly-produced seeds are lightweight and winged, allowing the wind to carry them to new locations where seedlings can be established. Close-up of Douglas fir bark and needles. Recipe for Mountain Lake Conservation After a long hike through the mountains, nothing compares to the inspiring beauty of a healthy, colorful mountain lake. But airborne nitrogen pollution threatens the health and function of these alpine oases. man sits by mountain lake News and Notes YS-25-1 Dr. Fred Allendorf, professor emeritus at the University of Montana and member of the University’s Fish and Wildlife Genomics Group, has won the 2015 Molecular Ecology prize. This international award, bestowed annually by the journal Molecular Ecology, recognizes scientists for their significant contributions in this interdisciplinary field of research... Teton Interagency Fire Effects Crew Receives Regional USFS Award In June 2012, the Teton Interagency Fire Ecology/Fire Effects Program was honored with the 2011 Forest Service Intermountain Region Fire and Fuels Award. The Fire Effects crew monitors fire and vegetation effects within Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest. They collect information on wildland and prescribed fires, as well as mechanical fuels treatments to allow fire managers to determine the effectiveness of treatments and design better projects. "Know Before You Go" Campaign Spreads Like Wildfire Fire prevention and education staff of Grand Teton NP and Bridger-Teton NF used the slogan “Know BEFORE You Go” to encourage people to call ahead or check websites for fire restrictions before heading into the backcountry. The interagency group reached out in creative ways to make sure the public heard consistent fire restriction messages. Teton Interagency Fire now has messages and partnerships in place for a successful fire prevention campaign. Wildland Fire in Sagebrush Sagebrush will burn when the surrounding grasses are dry. With strong winds, fire spreads rapidly with flames sometimes reaching over 30 feet high. While fire easily kills sagebrush, the other plants resprout from protected roots producing lush forage for wildlife and livestock. Close-up of sagebrush leaves 2003 NPS Environmental Achievement Awards Recipients of the 2003 Environmental Achievement Awards Short-Haul-Capable Helicopter, Crew Performs Rescue at Grand Teton On August 27, 2013, a snag struck a Chena Hotshot assigned to the Kelley fire on the Sawtooth National Forest. Thanks to the short-haul-capable Teton Interagency helicopter and crew members, the hotshot was quickly rescued off the mountain and provided emergency medical care. Teton Interagency Opens New, Long-Awaited, Dispatch Center Teton Interagency Dispatch Center dispatchers moved into their long-awaited new facility in March 2013. The new center provides sufficient space for current staff and temporary summer detailers. The center supports Bridger-Teton National Forest, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming State Forestry, and three Wyoming counties, and can host expanded dispatch in the nearby larger conference room. Beaver Creek Administrative Area Historic District Cultural Landscape The Beaver Creek Administrative Area (also known as the Old Administrative complex) is located at the base of the foothills of the Teton Mountains. The area served as the park headquarters from 1929 to fall 1958. Grounded in 19th century romantic or pastoral ideals, this functional architecture contributed to natural settings in a visually pleasing and non‑intrusive manner. Characteristic features include the use of natural materials, appropriate scale, and simple forms. Deputy Superintendent's Residence (NPS) Jackson Lake Lodge Cultural Landscape Jackson Lake Lodge is located in the heart of Grand Teton National Park in northwestern Wyoming. Developed between 1953 and 1960, the Jackson Lake Lodge was the first major lodge complex designed in a modern style of architecture within the National Park System. Features of the Jackson Lake Lodge landscape, such as the guest cottages and parking lots, reflect important historical developments, such as the rise in visitation to national parks. Jackson Lake Lodge (C. Mardorf, NPS) Murie Ranch Cultural Landscape The Murie Ranch Historic District is located in Moose, Wyoming, within Grand Teton National Park. The property served not only as the setting for the writing of the Wilderness Act, but also as a place where the great minds in conservation science could converge in the seclusion of the Teton's great wilderness. The property is nationally significant for its association with the 20th century American conservation movement. Murie Ranch (Utah State University) Bar BC Dude Ranch Cultural Landscape The Bar BC Ranch is located on the west bank of the Snake River, a few miles north of Moose, Wyoming in the southern portion of Grand Teton National Park. As one of the area’s pioneer dude ranches, the Bar BC helped shape Jackson Hole’s character as a destination for nature-based tourism. Dance cabin, 2006 (Shapins Associates) Bison Conservation Initiative The 2008 BCI has been a touchstone for DOI bureaus for 12 years. The commitments made there have now resulted in meaningful technical products and organizational improvements that continue to advance the conservation of American bison. The Bison Working Group, established as a mechanism for implementing the 2008 BCI, quickly became a productive model of interagency collaboration. Federal professionals working in support of bison conservation note that today we enjoy an ... Bison Conservation Initiative Mormon Row Historic District Cultural Landscape The Mormon Row Historic District is located at the southeast corner of Grand Teton National Park in a gently sloping sheltered cove formed by Blacktail Butte and the Gros Ventre Mountains. The building clusters incorporate domestic and agricultural infrastructure and are constructed of locally procured materials. The district's community illustrates the extension of the "Mormon Culture Region" from Utah, Idaho, and Arizona, to interspersed communities throughout the West. Andy Chambers Homestead on Mormon Row, 2010 (C. Mardorf, NPS) White Grass Ranch Cultural Landscape The White Grass Dude Ranch is significant in conjunction with the Bar BC and JY ranches, as the three ranches helped define and set the standards for the local dude ranch industry in Jackson Hole. The ranch exemplifies the evolution and development of local cattle ranches into dude ranches. In 2003, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the NPS entered into an agreement to rehabilitate the White Grass Dude Ranch for use as a regional preservation training center. White Grass Ranch (White Grass Ranch: Cultural Landscapes Inventory, NPS, 2010) Women in Fire Science: Cynthia Worthington Cynthia Worthington is a fire effects monitor and has worked in several different units of the National Park Service during her career. The importance of collaboration with other fields and the built-in adaptability of fire programs is one of her favorite parts of working in fire that keeps her coming back. A woman in black rain gear stands with a clipboard in a meadow. Population Viability Study This study confirms that management of DOI bison herds in isolation promotes the loss of genetic diversity within all herds. More importantly, this study demonstrates that increased herd size and targeted removal strategies can reduce rates of diversity loss, and that adopting a Departmental metapopulation strategy through facilitated periodic movement of modest numbers of bison among DOI herds (i.e., restoring effective gene flow) can substantially reduce the... Bison Population Viability Study Sky Ranch Sky Ranch is associated with the settlement of the area, representing the later period of settlement in the Snake River valley, when families who had spent time at dude ranches and/or friends’ vacation homes in Grand Teton National Park. The buildings on the property are confined to domestic and agricultural uses. The ranch is a manifestation of the conservation ethic as practiced not by scientists, but by private individuals with a great love and respect for nature. Sky Ranch (Sky Ranch: Cultural Landscapes Inventory, NPS, 2011) Parks, pikas, and physiological stress: Implications for long-term monitoring of an NPS climate-sensitive sentinel species Baseline values of physiological stress can be incorporated into monitoring plans for pikas, providing park managers with additional information related to the vulnerability of this climate-sensitive model species that occurs within a large number of western parks. American pika (Copyright Dick Orleans) 4 Lazy F Ranch Cultural Landscape The 4 Lazy F Ranch is located on the west bank of the Snake River, just north of the park headquarters located at Moose in Grand Teton National Park, Teton County, Wyoming. Between 1927 and 1949, the Frew family enjoyed the ranch as a private family retreat, and made few additions to the ranch. The ranch buildings and several features share many of the characteristics of typical Rocky Mountain dude ranches, established during the first three decades of the 1900s. 4 Lazy F Ranch (NPS) Series: Geologic Time Periods in the Paleozoic Era During the Paleozoic Era (541 to 252 million years ago), fish diversified and marine organisms were very abundant. In North America, the Paleozoic is characterized by multiple advances and retreats of shallow seas and repeated continental collisions that formed the Appalachian Mountains. Common Paleozoic fossils include trilobites and cephalopods such as squid, as well as insects and ferns. The greatest mass extinction in Earth's history ended this era. fossil corals in a rock matrix Series: Wildlife in the Badlands Ever wonder what kind of wildlife could survive the harsh climate of the Badlands? Two small, grey young lambs walk down brown badlands slope. Series: Research in Badlands National Park Scientists often look to the Badlands as a research subject. Many studies have been conducted in the park on a variety of topics, including paleontology, geology, biology, and archaeology. Learn more about these research topics in this article series. two researchers converse over a sheet of paper while a woman to their right uses a microscope. Series: National Park Service Geodiversity Atlas The servicewide Geodiversity Atlas provides information on <a href="https://www.nps.gov/subjects/geology/geoheritage-conservation.htm">geoheritage</a> and <a href="https://www.nps.gov/subjects/geology/geodiversity.htm">geodiversity</a> resources and values all across the National Park System to support science-based management and education. The <a href="https://www.nps.gov/orgs/1088/index.htm">NPS Geologic Resources Division</a> and many parks work with National and International <a href="https://www.nps.gov/subjects/geology/park-geology.htm">geoconservation</a> communities to ensure that NPS abiotic resources are managed using the highest standards and best practices available. park scene mountains Series: NPS Environmental Achievement Awards Since 2002, the National Park Service (NPS) has awarded Environmental Achievement (EA) Awards to recognize staff and partners in the area of environmental preservation, protection and stewardship. A vehicle charges at an Electric Vehicle charging station at Thomas Edison National Historical Park Series: Yellowstone Science - Volume 25 Issue 1: Native Fish Conservation In this edition of Yellowstone Science, we describe the significant progress that has already been made, along with the challenges that lie ahead as we continue our efforts to conserve native fish. As most of what occurs with fish lies under the surface of the water and largely out of sight, we hope that these articles will be revealing, enlightening, and increase understanding of the management approaches taken as we promote the restoration and preservation of native fish. Cover of YS 25-1 featuring a painting by Josh Udesen Series: Park Air Profiles Clean air matters for national parks around the country. Photo of clouds above the Grand Canyon, AZ Mississippian Period—358.9 to 323.2 MYA The extensive caves of Mammoth Cave and Wind Cave national parks developed in limestone deposited during the Mississippian. Warm, shallow seas covered much of North America, which was close to the equator. fossil crinoid The Precambrian The Precambrian was the "Age of Early Life." During the Precambrian, continents formed and our modern atmosphere developed, while early life evolved and flourished. Soft-bodied creatures like worms and jellyfish lived in the world's oceans, but the land remained barren. Common Precambrian fossils include stromatolites and similar structures, which are traces of mats of algae-like microorganisms, and microfossils of other microorganisms. fossil stromatolites in a cliff face Paleozoic Era During the Paleozoic Era (541 to 252 million years ago), fish diversified and marine organisms were very abundant. In North America, the Paleozoic is characterized by multiple advances and retreats of shallow seas and repeated continental collisions that formed the Appalachian Mountains. Common Paleozoic fossils include trilobites and cephalopods such as squid, as well as insects and ferns. The greatest mass extinction in Earth's history ended this era. fossil corals in a rock matrix Scientist Profile: Andrew Ray, Ecologist Meet Andrew Ray, ecologist with the Greater Yellowstone Inventory & Monitoring Network! Andrew is fascinated by aquatic habitats and wetland plants. Learn about his favorite project studying the unique Crater Lake Manzama newt, and discover how he got to be where he is today. Scientist gestures to something in a fishing net as two people in NPS uniform observe. Wildland Fire in Lodgepole Pine The bark of lodgepoles is thin, which does not protect the trunks from scorching by fire. They die easily when a fire passes through. However, the serotinous cones give lodgepole pine a special advantage for spreading seeds for the next generation. Close-up of the needles of a lodgepole pine. Patterns of Pathogen Exposure in Gray Wolves Read the abstract and link to a new published article on wolf pathogens across North America: Brandell, E. E., P. C. Cross, M. E. Craft, D. W. Smith, E. J. Dubovi, ...B. L. Borg, M. Sorum, ... et al. 2021. Patterns and processes of pathogen exposure in gray wolves across North America. Scientific Reports 11: 3722. Aerial view of a wolf pack in the snow. Advancements in Analytical Approaches Improve Whitebark Pine Monitoring Results A recent evaluation of the monitoring protocol for whitebark pine in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem revealed limitations in the original analytical approach. Newer Bayesian hierarchical models corrected for these deficiencies by accounting for more factors influencing white pine blister rust prevalence, a key indicator of whitebark pine health. The study highlights the value of periodically re-evaluating monitoring protocols as new methods evolve. Whitebark pine tree in foreground with snow-capped mountains in back. Series: Water Resources Monitoring in the Snake River at Flagg Ranch, Wyoming The Greater Yellowstone Network monitors water quality and analyzes river discharge in the Snake River at Flagg Ranch, WY, from spring through fall each year. The headwaters of the Snake River rise over Yellowstone National Park, meander in and out of Bridger-Teton National Forest, and then return to National Park Service land on the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway. Water quality is high at this site. Our monitoring results are presented here and will be updated each year. A person standing in a evergreen tree lined river holding a bottle attached to a pole. Top 10 Tips for visiting Grand Teton National Park Planning a visit to Grand Teton National Park? Check out our top 10 tips and plan like a park ranger. Ranger and park visitors enjoy the park at sunset Series: Water Resources Monitoring in the Snake River at Moose, Wyoming Water in the Snake River headwaters is very high quality and the river is valued for its natural, cultural, and recreational resources. The Greater Yellowstone Network monitors water quality and analyzes river discharge in the Snake River above and below Jackson Lake from spring through fall each year. Here, we present the results from the monitoring site below Jackson Lake at Moose, WY. We will update this article series each year as new information is collected. A scientist operating a water monitoring crane on a bridge over a river Snake River Water Quality at Flagg Ranch, Wyoming Each year, we collect water from across the entire width of the river and at multiple depths to test for chemical and metal components. We also measure water temperature, dissolved oxygen, conductance, pH, and turbidity. A scientist filling a water bottle from a larger container of water. Snake River Water Quality at Moose, Wyoming Each year, we collect water from across the entire width of the river and at multiple depths to test for chemical and metal components. We also measure water temperature, dissolved oxygen, conductance, pH, and turbidity. A scientist standing in very shallow water holding a water quality probe The Snake River at Flagg Ranch, Wyoming The Snake River is the largest tributary of the Columbia River. The Monitoring site at Flagg Ranch, WY, is in the segment of the river designated as "wild" under the Snake Headwaters Legacy Act of 2009, an amendment of the 1968 Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. A river lined by snowy banks and evergreen trees and a moose on the shore Monitoring Methods for the Snake River at Flagg Ranch, Wyoming The Greater Yellowstone Inventory and Monitoring Network monitors water resources in parks, including the Snake River at Flagg Ranch, WY, in John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway. This long-term monitoring is based on peer-reviewed protocols. Read about our monitoring methods here and explore the protocols by clicking on the links at the bottom of the page. A closeup of a river's edge with an evergreen covered hill in the background Water Quality Criteria for the Snake River at Flagg Ranch, Wyoming Links to federal and state water quality standards that apply to the Snake River are found here. Bright blue water in a bending river lined by evergreen trees and a tree-covered hill. Water Flow in the Snake River at Flagg Ranch, Wyoming Daily flow measurements on the Snake River at Flagg Ranch, WY, are recorded from a U.S. Geological Survey streamflow gage. Most recent discharge results are presented here. A flowing river lined by shrubs and trees The Snake River at Moose, Wyoming The Snake River is the largest tributary of the Columbia River. The monitoring site at Moose, WY, is below Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park. The entirety of the watershed for this part of the Snake River is located within federal lands. A flowing river lined by evergreen trees Water Flow in the Snake River at Moose, Wyoming Daily flow measurements on the Snake River at Moose, WY, are recorded from a U.S. Geological Survey streamflow gage. Most recent results of discharge on the river are presented here. A staff plate for measuring water height submerged in the edge of a river Monitoring Methods for the Snake River at Moose, Wyoming The Greater Yellowstone Inventory and Monitoring Network monitors water resources in parks, including the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park. This long-term monitoring is based on peer-reviewed protocols. Read about our monitoring methods here and explore the protocols by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page. A cylindrical probe attached to a wire submerged in shallow water. Water Quality Criteria for the Snake River at Moose, Wyoming Links to federal and state water quality standards that apply to the Snake River are found here. A clipboard and river measurement equipment on the bank of a river with a bridge in the distance All Women Fire Crew Prepares for Season at Grand Teton National Park All Women Fire Crew Prepares for Season at Grand Teton National Park Title page: All Women Fire Crew Prepares for Season at Grand Teton National Park Cherry Payne: A Career of Commitment and Compromise When Cherry Payne was first interviewed by Dorothy Boyle Huyck in the 1970s, she was a young interpretive ranger at Grand Teton National Park at the start of her NPS career. In an oral history interview recorded in 2020, she reflected on where that career had taken her. Each step of the way, Payne balanced commitment with compromise as she made decisions about family life, professional life, and park management. Portrait of Cherry Payne in a house Checking in on the All Women's Fire Crew at Grand Teton National Park VIDEO: Checking in on the All Women's Fire Crew at Grand Teton National Park Checking in on the All Women's Fire Crew at Grand Teton National Park Staff Spotlight: Vanessa Torres Meet Vanessa Torres, Program Manager of Interpretation, Education, and Community Engagement for Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park and Waco Mammoth National Monument. Hear her story and advice she has for youth and young adults. Vanessa Torres enjoying a break in the Texas Bluebonnets Virtual Speaker for Women in Leadership Conference: Fire 2021 Women in Leadership Conference Fire 2021 Title page: Women And Leadership, Fire and Aviation Management Pilot Conservation Corps Program Offers Women Training and Experience in Wildland Fire Pilot Conservation Corps Program Offers Women Training and Experience in Wildland Fire Women Firefighters with dirty faces standing on burnt ground Top 10 Tips for a winter visit to Grand Teton Planning a visit to Grand Teton National Park this winter? Check out our top 10 tips and plan like a park ranger. Frosted trees, blue sky, and Top 10 tips design win mountain outline below. Changing Patterns of Water Availability May Change Vegetation Composition in US National Parks Across the US, changes in water availability are altering which plants grow where. These changes are evident at a broad scale. But not all areas experience the same climate in the same way, even within the boundaries of a single national park. A new dataset gives park managers a valuable tool for understanding why vegetation has changed and how it might change in the future under different climate-change scenarios. Green, orange, and dead grey junipers in red soil, mountains in background Interagency Scientists Use Monitoring to Assess Greater Yellowstone’s Amphibians Amphibians are cryptic and charismatic animals. Because they depend on land and water habitats, their presence or absence in a given habitat can tell us a lot about overall ecosystem health--so it’s concerning that 40% of these animals are threatened with extinction worldwide. In Greater Yellowstone, ecologists have been studying five native amphibians for decades. A special series of papers reveals their findings. close-up of the face of a dark green salamander Pyroclastic Flows and Ignimbrites, and Pyroclastic Surges Pyroclastic flows and surges are among the most awesome and most destructive of all volcanic phenomena. Pyroclastic flow deposits are found in at least 21 units of the National Park System. photo of a cloud of ash and dust moving down a mountain side.

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