Grand Teton National Park

Scientists hope protections help leopard frog return

July 8, 2009, 7:56 am
Thirty or forty years ago, on a warm spring night, an observant listener near a wetland in Grand Teton National Park might have heard a sound like a creaky door hinge or a small boat engine.The sound was the call of a northern leopard frog, and researchers think it ...

Grand Teton hosting free music series

June 29, 2009, 8:22 am
Grand Teton National Park will host a series of free concerts that park officials are promoting as a connection between nature and music.The park is offering the concerts in conjunction with the Grand Teton Music Festival. The series starts with an inaugural performance of the Rice University String Quartet ...

Formation of Grand Teton National Park Focus of Talk at AMK Ranch

June 24, 2009, 7:14 am
The formation of Grand Teton National Park will be the topic of the second summer seminar at the University of Wyoming-National Park Service (UW-NPS) Research Center, located at the AMK Ranch.Robert W. Righter, a research professor of history at Southern Methodist University in Texas, will speak at 6:30 p.m. ...

Captains sailing on a small sea

June 24, 2009, 7:06 am
The boat quietly pushed off, waves from Jenny Lake splashing against its side.“Your captain today will be Steve,” comes the announcement over the loudspeaker.Steve Anderson, 22, will pilot this tourist-laden craft across a mile of open lake in Grand Teton National Park. It’s a 10-minute trip, shuttling tourists to ...

Grand Teton National Park international postage stamp unveiling

June 24, 2009, 7:04 am
Superintendent Mary Gibson Scott wishes to invite the public to a special event to mark the first day of issue and the unveiling of a new 98-cent international postage stamp that pays tribute to Grand Teton National Park. This new stamp is part of the Scenic American Landscape series. The ...

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Where is cheap lodging in tetons
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It seems that lodging in the Grand Tetons is a bit pricey this time of year. However, I’ve compiled together some hotels that cater to travelers on a budget: For a comprehensive list of hotels, motels and lodges conveniently located in Jackson and Teton Village, go to the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce’s website at Here you’ll be able to find an affordable option for your family, business conference, retreat or vacation. Keeping checking back to websites like or to find last minute deals. When on those sites, type in one of the gateway communities to Grand Teton (including Moran, Moose, Jackson, Kelly, and Teton Village, WY) in the Destination box and see what comes up. Also, check out the Lodging and Dining section of our website,, for even more lodging options. Have a wonderful trip to Grand Teton National Park! Be sure to check back and post pictures of and comments about your adventure.
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Wolverine’s Lone Journey

June 19, 2009, 8:22 am
            Through highways, rugged terrain and state lines one wolverine managed to travel the 500 miles that separate Grand Teton National Park from Colorado. No easy feat, the wolverine took two months, April and May, to make this journey. This marked the first time in ...

Jenny Lake provides for relaxing hike in Grand Teton National Park

June 10, 2009, 7:02 am
The rugged Tetons rise up and are reflected in the pristine waters of Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park. Waves drift to the shoreline from a shuttle boat giving visitors an effortless tour of the lake. Although there are many visitors to the lake, there are plenty of designated ...

American Indians Guest Artists: May 18th-October 5th

June 3, 2009, 7:52 am
Grand Teton National Park will be hosting their 34th annual program for American Indian artists. This program will give park visitors the chance to learn about the traditional and contemporary art forms of many different Indian tribes. Some of those tribes are Shoshone, Northern Cheyenne, Tarascan-Apache, Ogalala ...

Park to reduce campsites

June 3, 2009, 7:46 am
One of Grand Teton National Park’s oldest and largest campgrounds could get a major upgrade starting later this year after park officials announced they want to reduce its footprint, upgrade its infrastructure and allocate a significant number of RV sites for employee housing.Park officials released an environmental assessment for ...

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