Camping in Grand Teton National Park, Campgrounds & Reservations

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View Grand Teton Park Campgrounds in a larger map Grand Teton National Park has five campgrounds located within the park boundaries. They offer excellent facilities, as well as the perfect place to take a family with kids. Visitors can enjoy a wealth of nearby activities, staying if they wish for as long as two weeks. People flock to the campgrounds in large numbers during the warmer months, enjoying scenery that is beyond compare.

Park Campgrounds

Camping Specifics 2017

Campground Dates & Fee Services
Gros Ventre
First Come/First Serve
5/25-10/1
$26
- 350 sites,5 group sites
- Dump Station
- Flush toilets
Jenny Lake
First Come/First Serve
5/5-10/1
$26
- 49 sites (10 for hikers/bikers)
- Flush Toilets
Signal Mountain
First Come/First Serve
5/12-10/15
$31 ($50 electric)
- 86 sites
- Dump Station
Colter Bay
- Tent Sites: First Come/First Serve
- Reserve RV Sites by calling 307-543-3100
5/25-10/1
$26
- 350 sites, 11 group sites
- Showers & Laundry nearby
- Dump Station
- Flush toilets
Lizard Creek
First Come/First Serve
6/9-9/4
$29
- 60 sites
Headwaters Campground at Flagg Ranch
Call 307-543-3100 for Reservations
6/1-10/1
RV Sites: $73, Tent Sites: $37.50
- 175 RV and Tent Sites
- Showers, laundry, and electric plug-ins

Reservations

The five established campgrounds within the park offer sites that are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Advance reservations are not accepted. Campgrounds tend to fill up early each day in the summer, some by 8am. All campgrounds (except Jenny Lake) welcome RVs and trailers. Call the park directly with questions: (307) 739-3300.

RVs and Trailers

RVs and trailers are best suited at Colter Bay RV Park and Headwaters Campground (at Flagg Ranch), where there are full hook-ups, showers and laundry.

Group Camping

Groups can be accommodated at Colter Bay and Gros Ventre Campgrounds. Advance reservations are required. Call 307-543-3100.

Backcountry Camping

Overnight backcountry camping is permitted only in designated areas. A permit is required for all overnight trips. Permits are available on a first come first served basis and can be picked up at the Colter Bay Visitor Center, Craig Thomas Discovery Center, and the Jenny Lake Ranger Station. Advanced reservations can be made on 30% of the available permits via fax, mail, or in person between January 1 and May 15. Campsites range from lakeshore sites that allow fires to higher elevation sites that do not, including some remote areas above 7,000 feet.

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