- Find activities at Colter Bay, Jenny Lake or the Moose Ranger Districts and Rockefeller Preserve Center.
- Free and family friendly
- Campfires, chats, strolls and walks.
Overview: Bring your family together for a cozy campfire chat. Join the rangers around the park for a traditional ranger presentation. Or take an evening stroll for wildlife watching and nature sounds. Don't miss the family based twilight talk too!
When: The evening talks take place throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall. There is typically something happening each night of the week. make sure you check the schedule of events for times and meeting locations. See the Park Schedule.
Where: These events take place throughout the park at either Colter Bay, Jenny Lake or the Moose Ranger Districts as well as the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Center. Make sure you check the bulletin boards for specific locations and meeting places.
Fees: These are free ranger-led and park-sponsored activities for all ages.
Details: Some locations are wheelchair accessible. Early June to mid-September is the most popular times for these evening programs but often events are held in early Spring or late Fall. You can find a calendar in the park newsletter, on the park website and on any bulletin board int he visitor centers throughout Grand Teton National Park.
Some examples of popular evening programs include:
- Colter Bay District: Campfire Program and Flagg Ranch or Lizard Creek Amphitheaters, Early Evening at Colter Bay, Colter Bay Campfire Chat a
- Moose District: Gros Ventre Campfire Talk at the Gros Ventre Amphitheater, Featured Creature Talk
- Jenny Lake District: Jenny Lake Twilight Talk, Signal Mountain Campfire Program
- Rockefeller Preserve: Evening Stroll, Critter Chat
- Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center Auditorium: Speaker Series, Grand Teton Film Festival series