Lizard Creek Campground, Grand Teton National Park

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Lizard Creek Campground

Rustic Lizard Creek Campground invites visitors into the backcountry of Grand Teton National Park where the views are stupendous, the air fresh and clean, and incredible recreation adventures await you. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.

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Lizard Creek Campground is located in a wonderful wooded area, with views of the Teton Mountains. It’s open from the beginning of June to the end of August, giving you plenty of time to explore the backcountry from here.


Lizard Creek Campground is located in the northern section of Grand Teton National Park, about 32 miles north of Moose.

GPS: 44.00152663162708, -110.68907976150513


You won’t need reservations at Lizard Creek Campground. All sites are first-come, first-served.


  • Open from June 9 to September 4, 2017
  • Check in time is 11:00 am. Check out is 10:00 am
  • Fee: $29 a night for campers with cars and $11 a night for hikers and cyclists
  • # Of Sites: 60
  • Elevation: 6,827 feet
  • Flush Toilet Facilities
  • No Showers or Laundry on site
  • Generators are permitted
  • 13 RV sites available
  • There is no dump station

Nearby Activities & Attractions

Lizard Creek Campground is in a remote section of the park, and this makes it ideal to view the wildlife in their natural habitat. You’ll see moose, elk and even grizzlies.

You can fish in Lizard Creek and other creeks and rivers running through this section of Grand Teton National Park. Backpacking and hiking trails are within easy access.

Drive south and visit Colter Bay Village to stock up on supplies. While you’re there, take time out to get in some fishing at Jackson Lake.