The Yellowstone & Grand Teton Travel Guide is a resource for those planning to tour Yellowstone National Park and/or Grand Teton National Park. The adjacent national parks are typically visited at the same time and offer very different experiences. Yellowstone offers the world's largest concentration of thermal features such as geysers and hot pools. Grand Teton features one of the world's most spectacular mountain ranges. Both parks offer outstanding opportunities to view wildlife.
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Grand Teton National Park Visitor / Info Centers:
The following visitor centers serve the park. For current information on season, hours, exhibits, etc., please use the provided link to the National Park Service website.
Yellowstone National Park Entrance Station. Located 58 miles north of Jackson. south entrance to park. Pay fees. Brochures and status of campgrounds available.
Flagg Ranch Information Station. Located 56 miles north of Jackson, 2.5 miles south of Yellowstone entrance station on US-89. Open in summer only. Info on Rockefeller Memorial Parkway, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton. (307) 543-2327
Colter Bay Visitor Center & Indian Arts Museum. Located 37 miles north of Jackson, along Jackson Lake on US-89. Open in May to October. Large bookstore, information desk, restrooms, backcountry permits, interpretive programs, and demonstrations. (307) 739-3594
Moran Entrance Station. Located 30 miles north of Jackson at junction of US-89 and US-26/287. East entrance to park. Pay fees. Brochures and status of campgrounds available.
Jenny Lake Ranger Station. Located 20 miles north of Jackson, along Jenny Lake on Teton Park Road. Open in May to Septemer. Features in-depth information for visitors planning to climb and backpack in the park. Also, brochures and bookstore. (307) 739-3343
Moose Visitor Center. Located 12 miles north of Jackson, on Teton Park Road just off US-89. Open year-round. Information desk, an extensive bookstore, brochures, activity schedules, guided walks and talks, permits, restrooms. (307) 739-3399
Jackson Hole Interagency Visitor Center. Located 3 blocks north of Jackson town square on US-89 adjacent to National Elk Refuge. Open year-round. Represents seven government agencies with area information for Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, Bridger Teton National Forest, National Elk Refuge, etc. Information desk, brochures, indoor and outdoor exhibits.
Grand Teton National Park Guide Index
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