Grand Teton National Park Entrance Fees / Cost & Permits

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Fees & Permits

The Grand Teton National Park has varied fees for entry and passes for both winter and other seasonal purposes. These can also cover entrance fees for entry into both the Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, as well as tour and larger vehicle fees. In fact, annual fees are very reasonable and good for travellers who are planning many visits to the park. Read More

Whether visiting the Grand Teton National Park once or making numerous visits throughout the year, there are various fees for entrance costs and passes for seasonal openings as well as winter use. Some fees also cover entrance into the Yellowstone National Park, as well as additional fees for larger vehicles and tour groups.

Entrance Fees:

  • Standard Single Entry - good for 7 days in Grand Teton Park
    $30/vehicle
    $15/person/hiker/cyclist
    $25/motorcycle
  • Winter Day Use - valid for one day in Grand Teton NP from mid-December through April
    $5/day
  • Interagency Annual Pass - valid in most U.S. national parks for one calendar year
    $80/person
  • Interagency Senior Pass
    $10/person
  • Grand Teton/Yellowstone 7-Day Pass
    $50

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