Signal Mountain Campground, Wyoming: Grand Teton National Park

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Signal Mountain Campground

In Grand Teton National Park, the Signal Mountain Campground offers some special vacation pleasures, with spectacular views, access to the beach and plenty of amenities and outdoor recreation adventures. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.

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Overview

Signal Mountain Campground, in Grand Teton National Park, and in a beautiful pine forest setting, provides the visitor with plenty to do and see. Overlooking Mount Moran, and with a boat launch in easy reach, you’ll find no wasted time in getting on with your vacation activities.

Location

Signal Mountain Campground is 16 miles north of Jenny Lake and sits adjacent to Signal Mountain Lodge and Marina.

GPS: 43.841, -110.615

Reservations

This campground is first-come, first-served.

Specifics

  • Open from May 12 to October 15, 2017
  • Check in time is 11:00 am. Check out is 10:00 am
  • Fee is $31 per night for non electric sites. $50 with electric.
  • # Of Sites: 81
  • Elevation: 6,824 feet
  • Flush Toilet Facilities
  • No Showers or Laundry on site
  • Generators permitted
  • RV sites available
  • Dump station available

Nearby Activities & Attractions

Backpacking and hiking trails are within close proximity, and you can fish on Jackson Lake or the Snake River. To the northeast are some incredible overlooks, so be sure to bring a camera.

You can also drive to the Colter Bay area and hike the Lakeshore Trail and have a scenic picnic. There is also an amphitheater at Signal Mountain where you can attend one of the educational ranger programs.

At Signal Mountain Lodge, you’ll find a store and gas, so you can stock up on supplies. Get fishing bait, needed camping gear and snacks. Here you’ll also find a gift shop and two restaurants.

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