Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park

Lodging & Dining


Grand Teton Lodge Company

The Grand Teton Lodge Company began entertaining visitors before the region became a national park. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. created the company in the 1920s. Today, the Grand Teton Lodge Company manages the historic lodges, restaurants, campgrounds and outdoor activities at Jackson and Jenny lakes, along with Colter Bay Village and the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club (just outside the park). In keeping with the park's rustic setting, the rooms do not have televisions, radios or kitchens.

It is wise to reserve rooms at least nine months in advance. You can make arrangements by calling the Grand Teton Lodge Company's central reservations number: (800) 628-9988 or (307) 543-3100; fax (307) 543-3046. You may also write to the Grand Teton Lodge Co., P.O. Box 240, Moran, WY 83013. For additional information, please call (307) 543-2811 or visit the website, The reservations office or activities desk can help you plan and sign up for various activities during your stay.

Jackson Lake Lodge

American Indian artifacts, Western art and fine dining compete for your attention at this full-service resort hotel located on a bluff overlooking Jackson Lake. The six-story picture windows in the lobby afford stunning views of the majestic Tetons rising beyond the lake. The dining room's historic murals add to the pioneer atmosphere. In addition, on display on the second floor is the table where U.S. and Soviet officials signed agreements to end the Cold War in 1989.

The lodge has 37 guest rooms, while another 348 cottage rooms are located on either side of the main building. Rooms are available from mid-May through early October, with two nights' deposit required. Also on-site are an outdoor heated swimming pool, fine and casual dining, gift and apparel shops, a service station, a medical clinic and full-service conference facilities.

Jenny Lake Lodge

Just across the water from majestic Cascade Canyon, Jenny Lake Lodge offers an exclusive environment with 37 rustically elegant log cabins. The main lodge, a recently renovated log structure, has inviting sitting areas with books and games for guests to enjoy. The cabins are open from early June to early October, with three nights' deposit required. Breakfast and dinner, along with horseback and bicycle riding, are included in the room rate.

Colter Bay Village

A few miles north of Jackson Lake Lodge is Colter Bay Village, which provides family-style accommodations, as well as a marina, restaurants, a grocery store, gift and apparel shops and service stations. The 166 Colter Bay Log Cabins are of various designs and sizes; many came from original ranches and homesteads in the valley. Some sleep up to six persons; most have showers. There are no kitchen facilities. The log cabins are open from late May to late September.

For a more rustic experience, the Colter Bay Tent Cabins are log and canvas structures with outdoor grills, wood-burning stoves and bunk beds. They are available from June to early September. Sleeping bags, cooking equipment and other necessities may be rented at the central utility building. The village also features an RV park with full hook-ups for 112 trailer spaces; showers are available for a fee. The RV park is open from late May to late September.


Signal Mountain Lodge

Lakeside suites, log cabins and motel rooms along Jackson Lake are available between early May and mid-October at Signal Mountain Lodge. Some rooms have fireplaces. For information and reservations, contact Signal Mountain Lodge by calling (307) 543-2831 or (800) 672-6021, or writing P.O. Box 50, Moran, WY 83013. A restaurant, coffee shop, gift shops, gas station service, marina and watersport rentals are available.

Flagg Ranch Resort

This cowboy-style family resort welcomes visitors between mid-May and early October to its location near the Snake River between Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. Contact Flagg Ranch by calling (307) 543-2861 or (800) 443-2311, or by writing P.O. Box 187, Moran, WY 83013. Facilities include a restaurant, gift shop, service station and grocery store.

Triangle X Ranch

A full-service dude ranch near Moose, Triangle X Ranch offers horseback riding, cookouts, fishing and other outdoor activities from mid-May to mid-November. Winter activities are offered from January through March. For information, please call (307) 733-2183.

Jackson Area

For other lodging options, please contact the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce at (307) 733-3316.


Grand Teton Lodge Company

Chefs of the Grand Teton Lodge Company make sure they are not upstaged by the scenery—their carefully prepared dishes demand as much attention as the surrounding vistas. Whether you prefer your food by candlelight or barbecue flame, your dining experiences at Grand Teton Lodge Company will reflect the best of regional tastes and one of the best views in the valley of the Teton mountain range.

Jackson Lake Lodge

The park's grandest hotel serves its finest cuisine in the Mural Dining Room, named for the historic murals on display around the room that were created by artist Carl Roters in 1959. A 100 foot long picture window facing west offers dramatic views of the Tetons while guests enjoy their meals. Breakfast, lunch and dinner feature a full menu (reservations are strongly recommended for dinner). Please call (307) 543-2811, ext. 1911 for more information.

For a less formal setting, the Pioneer Grill offers breakfast, lunch and dinner in a classic soda fountain style. For a special experience in July and August, try the Pool Grill and BBQ, next to the Lodge's heated outdoor swimming pool. Sandwiches, salads and burgers are served between 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Between 6 and 8 p.m., join the all-you-can-eat Western BBQ buffet, with beef, hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken (reservations are required). Entertainment is offered at the Blue Heron Lounge where live music accompanies the cocktails and appetizers.

Lunch and dinner float trips on the Snake River, breakfast cruises and evening dinner cruises on Jackson Lake, as well as breakfast and dinner trail rides on horseback or by wagon, are other alternatives to fine dining in the park. For information, please call the Grand Teton Lodge Company at (307) 543-3100; reservations are strongly recommended.

Jenny Lake Lodge

The Lodge's peaceful rustic setting is complemented by the high standard of elegance in the Jenny Lake Lodge Dining Room. Jackets are suggested for dinner. Breakfast and a five-course dinner have a fixed price and are included in the room rate for Lodge guests (reservations are required for dinner). Lunch is à la carte. The restaurant boasts innovative dishes and an extensive wine list.

Colter Bay Village and Marina

The Chuckwagon Restaurant offers a casual, family-style dining atmosphere as well as a kid's menu and a full bar. The breakfast buffet is open from 7:30 to 10 a.m.; lunch is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; and dinner is served from 5:30 to 9 p.m. The John Colter Café Court is open from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. offering casual dining options and take-out items.

Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club

Just 28 miles south of Jackson Lake Lodge, the Club's Restaurant and Lounge offers casual dining overlooking the links, with the Tetons towering in the background. Please contact the Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club at (307) 733-3111 for hours and dates of operation.


Signal Mountain Lodge

At Signal Mountain Lodge, The Trapper Grill serves breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m.; lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Casual entrées and appetizers can be enjoyed along with mountain views across Jackson Lake. Signal Mountain's Peaks Dining Room offers dinner between 5:30 and 10 p.m. Hours may vary after mid-September.

Leek's Marina

North of Colter Bay Village is Leek's Restaurant at Leek's Marina, which serves Italian favorites such as specialty pizzas and calzones along with sandwiches, snacks, ice cream, desserts and draft beer. Hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., from early June to early September.

Flagg Ranch Resort

Located on U.S. 89, between Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, this self-contained resort features both a full dining room that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and an exclusive banquet room for groups of up to 40.


Snacks, bottled drinks, and other groceries and sundries are available at Jackson Lake Lodge, Colter Bay Village, Signal Mountain Lodge, the South Jenny Lake area, Flagg Ranch Resort and at Dornan's at Moose Village.