P.O. Box 170
Moose, WY 83012
Contact: (307) 739-3399
Description: Grand Teton National Park is one of the most stunning destinations in Wyoming. The park provides visitors with a variety of outdoor recreation options and also gives the perfect setting for nature lovers who are looking to explore the park’s fascinating landscapes.
What to Do: Grand Teton offers many outdoor activities you can choose from. Here are some of them:
- Backcountry Camping
- Bird Watching
- Boating and Floating
- Climbing and Mountaineering
- Horseback Riding
- Scenic Drives
- Wildlife Viewing
- Pets, bicycles and vehicles are not allowed on trails or in the backcountry.
- All overnight camping requires a permit.
- Carry out all of your garbage.
- Prevent erosion by hiking on established trails. Cutting switchbacks causes soil erosion.
- Horses have the right-of-way. Step off the trail and remain quiet while horses pass.
- Observe and photograph wildlife from a safe distance. Do not approach or feed animals.
- Prevent contamination of waterways by burying feces in a hole 6-8 inches deep at least 200 feet from streams and lakes. Pack out used toilet paper, tampons, sanitary napkins and diapers in sealed plastic bags. Do not bury or burn them.
- All backpackers must carry and use an approved bear-proof canister.
Eight campsites along Grassy Lake Road, west of Flagg Ranch, provide easy access by vehicle and accessible vault toilets.
- Pets are allowed but they must be restrained at all times and are not permitted on hiking trails, inside visitor centers or other facilities.
- Pets must be on a leash (six feet or less), under physical restraint, and within 30 feet of the roadway.
- Pets are not permitted on any park trails or in the park backcountry.
- Pets are not considered pack animals.
Grand Teton National Park is open twenty-four hours every day, year-round. Seasonal road closures may limit auto access to some areas in the park during the winter. Highway 89/26/191/287 from Jackson, WY to Flagg Ranch and the park’s East boundary is open year-round.
More info here: https://www.nps.gov/grte/index.htm