Grand Teton National Park
Bison, bears, and moose… oh my!
Make mountains of memories exploring the stunning Teton Range with over two hundred miles of trails, the tranquil serenity of the Snake River, and the remarkable wildlife watching. The rugged mountains are the perfect backdrop to compose your next summer or fall vacation where gray wolves, elk, deer, bison, antelope, moose and bears roam.
The Tetons are CallingTeton Mountain Lodge & Spa is located only one mile from the south entrance to Grand Teton National Park (note the Moose-Wilson Road update below), one of the most spectacular, awe-inspiring places in America. Occupying much of the Jackson Hole valley, the park is home to massive mountains, pristine lakes and rivers and abundant wildlife.
Photo credit: EcoTour Adventures
Moose-Wilson Road ConstructionConstruction of the Moose-Wilson Road in Grand Teton National Park is delayed. The road will remain open until Monday, July 11 at 7 am, when construction is anticipated to resume on the southern portion of the road. Up to 30-minute delays are expected the week of July 5 while equipment is mobilized into the area.
Moose-Wilson Road Closure
Southern portion of the road from the Granite Canyon Entrance to the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve
- July 11 – Labor Day Weekend: Closed to traffic on weekdays, open to traffic on weekends and federal holidays only (7 pm Friday – 7 am Monday)
- Labor Day Weekend – December: Closed to traffic, reopens for winter use in December
RVs and trailers 23.3 feet in length or greater are not permitted on the Moose-Wilson Road at any time.
Granite Canyon Trailhead Closure
- Closed to all access from spring to fall 2022
- First 1/2 mile of trail from the Granite Canyon Trailhead is closed
- No weekend parking
- Reopen for winter use December 2022 – March 2023
Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Closure
- Up to 1 week closure of the LSR Preserve Road for overlay in the fall of 2022 or spring of 2023