Weather permitting; the visitor centers in Grand Teton National Park are open throughout most of the year, with some staying open year round. They provide a wealth of things for visitors to do, see , learn and experience, as well as acting as guides for park activities, programs, rules, safety and providing varied services, amenities and passes/permits.
Laurance S. Rockefeller Center can be found 4 miles south of Moose on the Moose-Wilson Road. It is usually open from May through September, weather permitting.
Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center is located 12 miles north of Jackson and is open year round with the exception of December 25th.
Jenny Lake Visitor Center is only 8 miles north of Moose at South Jenny Lake. This facility is generally open from May through September, weather permitting.
Jenny Lake Ranger Station differs from the Jenny Lake Visitor Center as here they specialize in in-depth information for visitors planning to climb and backpack in the park. This ranger station is open seasonally, depending on the weather, from May through September.
Colter Bay Visitor Center and Indian Artifacts Museum is located 25 miles north of Moose adjacent to Jackson Lake and is open from May through September.
Flagg Ranch Information Station can be found nearly 40 miles north of Moose and approximately 2.5 miles south of the south entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Flagg Ranch Information Station is open seasonally and generally closes sooner than the other facilities due to inclement weather. Their season usually runs from May through August.
Five visitor centers in Grand Teton National Park provide information and assistance to the Park’s 3 million visitors each year.