Camping In Grand Teton

Hundreds and hundreds of campsites are scattered about Grand Teton's front country, from sprawling campgrounds dotted with cottonwood trees to lake-front sites. RVers also are accommodated, though sites catering to them are not as plentiful in the park.

All campgrounds in the park are run by concessionaires.

RV and Trailer Villages

Colter Bay and Flagg Ranch trailer villages have full hook-ups, showers and laundry. Colter Bay has 112 sites. Flagg Ranch has 100 trailer and 75 tent sites. Advance reservations are advised.

Group Camping

Reservations are available for group camping at Colter Bay and Gros Ventre campgrounds. The sites range in capacity from 10 to 100 people. Advance reservations are required and may be made through the Grand Teton Lodge Company at (800) 628-9988 or (307) 543-3100. http://www.gtlc.com/campgrounds.aspx

Colter Bay Campground

Open: Memorial Day Weekend through late September

Phone: 800-628-9988

Located 25 miles north of Moose, this campground offers 350 sites, 11 group sites, trailer dump station, showers, and laundry nearby. Fills in the afternoon, if at all. Colter Bay is a wooded campground with larger sites and easier access if you are traveling with a camper, trailer, or RV. Close to Jackson Lake with plenty to do close by.

For more information and to make reservations, visit the Grand Teton Lodge Company website.

Flagg Ranch Campground

Open: Mid-May through mid-September

Phone: 800-443-2311

Located in the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, just south of Yellowstone National Park's south boundary and five miles north of Grand Teton National Park. This campground offers 175 sites in the spruce-fir forest, full hook-up RV sites (20 amp electric). Call for reservations for both trailer sites and tent sites.

For more information and to make reservations, visit the Flagg Ranch website.

Gros Ventre Campground

Open: Early May to early October.

Phone: 800-628-9988

Located 11.5 miles south and east of Moose, with 350 sites, 5 groups sites, and a trailer dump station. This campground generally fills in the evening, if at all. The campground lies along the Gros Ventre River with a mix of sites in sagebrush, beneath cottonwoods and adjacent to but a short distance from the river.

For more information and to make reservations, visit the Grand Teton Lodge Company website.

Jenny Lake Campground

Open: Mid-May through early October.

Phone: 800-628-9988

Located 8 miles north of Moose, 49 sites, tents only. This is the park's most popular campground and is generally full by 11 a.m. Sites are in among the evergreens and glacial boulders a short distance from Jenny Lake. Only one vehicle, less than 14 feet long, is permitted per site. Trailers are prohibited.

For more information and reservations, visit the Grand Teton Lodge Company website.

Lizard Creek Campground

Open: Early June through early September.

Phone: 800-672-6012

Located at the north end of Grand Teton National Park, about 32 miles north of Moose, this campground has 60 sites and rarely fills. It's a less heavily developed campground with sites in the spruce and fir forest that offers solitude. One side of the campgound is adjacent to and slightly above Jackson Lake. Vehicle size limited to 30 feet.

For more information and to make reservations visit the Signal Mountain Lodge website.

Signal Mountain Campground

Open: Early May through mid-October

Phone: 800-672-6012

Located nine miles north of Jenny Lake, 86 sites, and a trailer dump station. In peak season, this campground usually fills by about mid-afternoon. Signal Mountain offers a mix of spruce and fir trees, hillsides, and lake and mountain views. Adjacent to Signal Mountain Lodge and marina with a campstore and amenities close by. Sites are generally small and intimate. Vehicles size limited to 30 feet.

For more information and to make reservations, visit the Signal Mountain Lodge website.