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Grand Teton National Park has seven lodges and seven campgrounds inside the park. All in-park lodging is only open during summer and early fall, making June to September the best time to visit.

The seven lodges are located inside Grand Teton National Park, ranging from rustic cabins to luxury, award-winning lodges. Depending on your travel style and interests, there are plenty of options from which to choose. These are the seven lodges located inside Grand Teton:

Jackson Lake Lodge is one of the most spectacular national park lodges with jaw-dropping views of the Teton Range, an excellent cocktail bar, and several restaurants.

Colter Bay Cabins is a community with budget-friendly 1- and 2-bedroom log cabins and several restaurants, perfect for families or groups exploring Grand Teton.

Jenny Lake Lodge is a luxury AAA four-diamond resort that offers gourmet multi-course meals and unprecedented relaxation and privacy close to the shores of Jenny Lake.

Headwaters Lodge and Cabins at Flagg Ranch is a rustic mountain lodge with a restaurant along John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway, perfect for those also visiting Yellowstone.

Signal Mountain Lodge is a lakefront lodge with several dining options that offers rustic cabins with kitchenettes in a centrally located spot convenient to most attractions in Grand Teton.

Triangle X Ranch is a unique, rustic dude ranch that offers meals, horseback riding, and other western ranch activities.

Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch has rustic cabins with co-ed bunks made for those climbing in the Grand Teton. A stay here requires bringing your bedding and cooking supplies.

Grand Teton Lodging Company manages four of the seven lodges in Grand Teton National Park. These lodges include Jackson Lake Lodge, Jenny Lake Lodge, Colter Bay Cabins, and Headwaters Lodge and Cabins at Flagg Ranch. All lodges managed by Grand Teton Lodging Company release reservations on a rolling 12-month basis. For example, reservations for a stay on July 20, 2023, will become available on July 20, 2022.

Signal Mountain Lodge is separately managed and has differing reservation windows. For 2022, reservations are already available. For 2023, this is the reservation schedule:

Stays in May and June 2023: Reservations are available on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 

Stays in July 2023: Reservations are available on Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Stays in August, September & October 2023: Reservations are available on Thursday, April 7, 2022

Read more about Reservations at Triangle X Dude Ranch and Reservations at Grand Teton Climber’s Ranch

All seven campgrounds in Grand Teton National Park operate on a reservation-only basis. There are no first-come, first-served campgrounds in the park. You can make reservations for camping in Grand Teton via on a rolling 6-month basis. Information on the campgrounds in Grand Teton National Park:

Colter Bay Campground, located in Colter Bay Village, is open from late May to late September and offers 324 standard sites, 13 electric hookup sites, ten hiker/biker sites, and ten group sites. Amenities include pay showers, laundry, and dump stations. Sites can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length.

Colter Bay RV Park in Colter Bay Village is open from early May to early October with 102 pull-through sites and ten back-in sites. Amenities include pay showers and laundry. There are no restrictions on RV length.

Gros Ventre Campground near Mormon Row Historic District is open from late April to mid-October and offers 279 standard sites, 39 electric hookup sites, and 4 group sites. Amenities include a dump station, and sites can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length.

Jenny Lake Campground near Jenny Lake and Cascade Canyon is open from early May to late September and offers 51 standard sites and ten hiker/biker sites. This campground is tent-only and has pay showers available to campers.

Signal Mountain Campground near Signal Mountain Summit Road is open from mid-May to mid-October and offers 56 standard sites and 25 sites with electric hookups. Amenities include pay showers, laundry, and a dump station. Sites can accommodate RVs up to 30 feet in length.

Lizard Creek Campground along John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Highway is open from mid-June to mid-September and offers 60 standard campsites, accommodating RVs up to 30 feet in length.

Headwaters Campground near the Flagg Ranch Information Station is open from mid-May through September and offers 34 standard sites, 96 pull-through sites with full hookups, and 40 camper cabins. Campers have access to showers, and sites can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length

While staying inside Grand Teton National Park saves driving time, there are several benefits to staying outside of the park. There’s more availability, and reservations don’t need to be made as far in advance. Hotels offer more amenities and are more budget-friendly. There are more dining options in town, and often with fewer crowds, budget-friendly prices, and more menu options. The entrances to Grand Teton National Park are open 24 hours a day, giving you unlimited access to the park even if you’re staying outside the park boundaries