Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park

Who's Who

Many governmental, educational and nonprofit groups contribute their talents and energy to support Grand Teton National Park. Their efforts, and those of countless volunteers, help preserve the park for future generations to enjoy.

National Park Service

The National Park Service, an agency of the Department of the Interior, is the federal custodian of the park. For information, contact Grand Teton National Park, P.O. Box 170, Moose, WY 83012; (307) 739-3300 or visit online at www.nps.gov.

Grand Teton NP Concessioners

Grand Teton Lodge Company is the park's largest concessioner and operates Jackson Lake Lodge, Jenny Lake Lodge and Colter Bay Village, as well as the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club just outside the park. The company has been providing quality accommodations and guest services to park visitors since the 1920s. For more details, contact the Grand Teton Lodge Company at P.O. Box 250, Moran, WY 83013; (307) 543-2811 or (800) 628-9988. Forever Resorts operates Signal Mountain Lodge on the shores of Jackson Lake; call (307) 543-2831 or (800) 672-6012. Flagg Ranch Resort, located between Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, is also a licensed NPS concessioner and can be reached at (307) 543-2861 or (800) 443-2311.

Grand Teton Natural History Association (GTNHA)

This nonprofit organization publishes maps, books and materials about the park. It operates bookstores at Grand Teton visitor centers, on the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, in the Bridger-Teton and Caribou-Targhee national forests, and at the National Elk Refuge. For a catalog, contact the association at P.O. Box 170, Moose, WY 83012; call (307) 739-3403; or visit the website at www.grandtetonpark.org.

Grand Teton National Park Foundation

National parks are funded by your tax dollars, but unfortunately the money they receive is only sufficient to keep the parks' basic operations open. Due to budget constraints, maintenance and improvement needs have largely gone unmet. The Grand Teton National Park Foundation was created in 1997 to help in supporting the park to meet these needs. The foundation's first proj-ect was a capital campaign to fund a new visitor center at Moose. For more information, contact the foundation at (307) 732-0629; P.O. Box 249, Moose, WY 83012; or visit www.gtnpf.org.