Grand Teton Lodge Company operates hotels, dining, campgrounds and activities including boat rentals, horseback riding, guided fishing, wild & scenic raft trips, and guided park tours within Grand Teton National Park as well as the Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club. Grand Teton Lodge Company's operating season generally runs from mid-May to mid-October.
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Jackson Lake Lodge
Jackson Lake Lodge is the largest of all the eco-friendly resorts and lodging in Grand Teton National Park. This full-service, 385-room resort includes conference facilities capable of accommodating up to 700 people. The lobby, with 60-foot panoramic windows framing the Teton Range and Jackson Lake, is a view vacation in itself. As the “eco-center” of Grand Teton Lodge Company, Jackson Lake Lodge offers everything you can imagine—from several restaurants and retail shops to adventure outfitters, a heated swimming pool and park tours. It’s a classic National Park lodging experience, with nearby access to both Yellowstone National Park and Jackson, Wyoming.
As the only 4-diamond eco-resort in Grand Teton National Park, Jenny Lake Lodge is ideal for those who seek the finest service and lodging, while still enjoying a National Park vacation. Each of the 37 rustically elegant cabin rooms are well appointed with hand-made quilts, down comforters, and unique Western charm. Since 1920, Jenny Lake Lodge has welcomed travelers and sent them home inspired with the grandeur of the Grand Tetons as your backdrop. Along with comfortable accommodations, included with your stay is a daily gourmet breakfast and five-course dinner, horse back rides, and bicycle rentals.
Colter Bay Village
Colter Bay Village offers a variety of lodging in Grand Teton National Park, such as 166 historic homestead log cabins, 66 tent cabins, a 112-space RV park and a large campground with 350 campsites.
Beyond the wide selection of accommodations, you will find a general store, a museum, a laundrette and showers; and a marina with everything from canoe rentals to lake cruises and guided fishing tours. In addition to hiking trails, Colter Bay Village is a hub of outdoor recreation, including horseback riding, scenic lake cruises, and guided fishing trips.