- May 16, 2018

Grand Teton Facilities Opening For Season

by Jackson Hole. Media

Opening and closing dates for seasonally operated facilities in Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway are as follows:

Facility First Open Day Last Open Day/Night
Roads and Pathways
Teton Park Road May 1 October 31
Moose-Wilson Road May 12 October 31
Signal Mountain Summit Road Mid-June, weather dependent October 31
Grassy Lake Road Mid-June, weather dependent Weather dependent
Two Ocean Road Mid-June, weather dependent Weather dependent
Paved Multi-Use Pathways Open
Visitor Centers & Ranger Stations
Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center March 5 October 31
Colter Bay Visitor Center May 11 October 8
Jenny Lake Visitor Center May 18 September 23
Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Center June 2 September 23
Flagg Ranch Information Station June 4 September 3
Jenny Lake Ranger Station June 2 September 2
Campgrounds
Gros Ventre (gtlc.com) May 4 October 13
Signal Mountain (signalmountainlodge.com) May 11 October 13
Jenny Lake (gtlc.com) May 4 September 29
Colter Bay (gtlc.com) May 24 September 29
Colter Bay RV Park (gtlc.com) May 10 October 6
Headwaters Campground (gtlc.com) June 1 September 29
Headwaters RV Park (gtlc.com) May 17 September 29
Lizard Creek (signalmountainlodge.com) June 15 September 2
Lodging
Signal Mountain Lodge (signalmountainlodge.com) May 11 October 13
Jackson Lake Lodge (gtlc.com) May 18 October 6
Colter Bay Cabins (gtlc.com) May 24 September 29
Triangle X Ranch (trianglex.com) May 22 October 7
Jenny Lake Lodge (gtlc.com) June 1 October 6
Headwaters Lodge at Flagg Ranch (gtlc.com) June 1 September 29

For additional information about activities and services within Grand Teton National Park or the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, please visit the park’s website at nps.gov/grandteton, stop by any visitor center, or call 307.739.3300.

Grand Teton National Park’s new entrance fee structure will go into effect June 1, 2018. The park entrance fee will be $35 per vehicle, $30 per motorcycle, or $20 per person, and an annual park pass will cost $70. A two-park pass valid for both Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks will no longer be available. The Interagency Annual and Lifetime Senior passes, valid for entrance at most federal recreation sites including Grand Teton and Yellowstone, will continue to be $80. For more information, visit https://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/fees.htm.

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