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  Camping in Grand Teton National ParkGrand Teton National Park Campgrounds are located throughout Grand Teton National Park and all of them provide exceptional Grand Teton camping experiences for the entire family.  

The advantage of Grand Teton National Park's smaller size (compared to Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park) is that a majority of the Grand Teton Park campgrounds are fairly close to all of the popular attractions and hikes in Grand Teton National Park.  Many visitors will find one campsite and use it their entire vacation.  That way they are spending less time worrying about getting another campsite and spending less time setting up and tearing down.  Instead, they are more able to spend time exploring the incredible attractions and hiking trails that Grand Teton National Park has to offer. 


Below is a list of campgrounds in Grand Teton National Park, as well as helpful details of each campground and where they are located.  There are 7 Grand Teton National Park Campgrounds for motorized vehicles, and below is a description of each of them...  Note: Group Campsite Reservations are available for Colter Bay Campground and Gros Ventre Campground only.

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Grand Teton National Park Campgrounds, Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park Campgrounds, Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton Campgrounds

Grand Teton National Park Campgrounds
(In order from north to south)

 Headwaters Campground and RV Sites at Flagg Ranch                                  
Grand Teton National Park CampgroundsThe Headwaters Campground is located in the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, just south of the South Entrance to Yellowstone National Park and 5 miles north of the northern boundary of Grand Teton National Park.  There are 175 spacious sites (100 for RVs and trailers, 75 for tents) found throughout a spruce-fir forest, and provides full hook-ups with 20 and 50 amp electric.  There is a dump station, showers and laundry, as well as camper cabins and a nearby gas station and grocery store.  Even though it is not officially within the boundaries of Grand Teton National Park, the Headwaters Campground is regarded as one of six Grand Teton National Park campgrounds.
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Headwaters Campground and RV Sites, Grand Teton National Park

Location: Just south of the South Entrance of Yellowstone National Park, within the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway.  It is 5 miles north of the northern boundary of Grand Teton National Park. 
Size: 175 campsites (100 for RVs and campers, 75 for tents)
Open: Summer Season- early June to late September
Additional Features: full hook-ups including 20 and 50 amp electric, potable water, flush toilets, sinks, disposal station, laundry and showers.
Reservations Available:  Call 800-443-2311  (Click Here)

Nearby Grand Teton Lodging: Headwaters Lodge and Cabins

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 Lizard Creek Campground                                                                                  
Grand Teton National Park CampgroundsLizard Creek Campground is slightly less developed than the other Grand Teton National Park campgrounds, and lies in a spruce and fir forest next to Jackson Lake. Located in the far northern section of Grand Teton National Park along highway 89, it is about 3.5 miles south of the northern border, and about 32 miles north of the South Entrance to Grand Teton National Park at Moose.  

Even though there are only 60 sites, this Grand Teton National Park campground rarely fills up.  Also, the Lizard Creek Campground has a vehicle combination length limit of 30 feet.

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Lizard Creek Campground, Grand Teton National Park

Location: 32 miles north of the South Entrance to Grand Teton National Park at Moose Junction, and about 3.5 miles south of Grand Teton Park's northern boundary.  
Size: 60 campsites (30 foot vehicle length limit).
Open: Summer Season- early June to early September
Additional Features: potable water, flush toilets, sinks
Phone:
 800-672-6012

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 Colter Bay
 Campground                                                                                       
Grand Teton National Park CampgroundsLocated in the northern section of Grand Teton National Park, the Colter Bay Campground is one of the most popular Grand Teton National Park campgrounds. This nicely designed campground is adjacent to the famous Colter Bay, which is home to one of Jackson Lake's most scenic bays.  With 350 sites available, it is one of the largest campgrounds in Grand Teton National Park, and usually does not fill up until afternoon, if at all.

Located about 25 miles north of Grand Teton's South Entrance at Moose Wyoming and about 12 miles south of the northern border of Grand Teton National Park, the Colter Bay campground is well wooded, and offers 11 group sites, a trailer dump station, and nearby showers and laundry.  There are many larger sites with easy access that makes it nice for those traveling with larger RVs or trailers.  Another added benefit to camping at Colter Bay Campground is you are right next to the Colter Bay Marina, Colter Bay Visitor Center, Colter Bay Ranger Station, and Colter Bay Gift Shop and Grocery Store.

There is plenty to do right at Colter Bay, such as hiking on the Hermitage Point Trail Loop, or enjoying Colter Bay by renting canoes, kayaks or boats, or you can take a boat tour of Jackson Lake.  In addition, Jackson Lake Lodge is only about 4 miles south of the Colter Bay Campground.

Colter Bay also provides authentic Jackson Hole cabins to rent, tent cabins, and the Colter Bay RV Park.
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Colter Bay Campground, Grand Teton National Park

Location: Colter Bay Campground is about 25 miles north of the South Entrance to Grand Teton National Park, and about 12 miles south of the northern border of Grand Teton National Park.
Size: 350 campsites with 11 group campsites (many are larger sites with easy access)
Open: Summer Season- late May to late September
Additional Features: potable water, flush toilets, sinks, disposal station, nearby showers, nearby laundry.
Phone: 800-628-9988
(Group Site Reservations Available, Click Here)

Nearby Grand Teton Lodging: Colter Bay Cabins
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 Colter Bay RV Park                                                                                               
Grand Teton National Park CampgroundsThe Colter Bay RV Park is located at the Colter Bay Area.  There are 112 sites available, all having full hook-ups, including electric.  The Colter Bay Area is located about 25 miles north of the South Entrance to Grand Teton National Park at Moose Wyoming, and about 12 miles south of the northern boundary of Grand Teton National Park.  Colter Bay is one of the most scenic bays along the shores of Jackson Lake, and is among the most popular campsites in Grand Teton National Park.  Also available at Colter Bay are authentic Jackson Hole cabins to rent, tent cabins, and the Colter Bay Campground.
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Colter Bay RV Park, Grand Teton National Park

Location: About 25 miles north of the South Entrance of Grand Teton National Park at Moose, and about 12 miles south of the northern boundary of Grand Teton National Park.
Open: Summer Season- late May to late September
Additional Features: full hook-ups, potable water, flush toilets, sinks, showers, laundry 
Reservations: Call 800-628-9988. (Click Here)

Nearby Grand Teton Lodging: Colter Bay Cabins
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 Signal Mountain Campground                                                                             
Grand Teton National Park CampgroundsThe Signal Mountain Campground is located within the Signal Mountain Area about 17 miles north of the South Entrance to Grand Teton National Park at Moose Wyoming.  This is definitely one of the most popular Grand Teton National Park Campgrounds because of its central location.  However, there are only 86 sites available, therefore during the summer season this campground usually fills by mid-afternoon.  These sites are found within a mixed forest of lodgepole pine, spruce and fir, and most campsites are quite intimate and have a vehicle length limit of 30 feet.

The Signal Mountain Area provides visitors with many activities, including hiking, boating, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and more.  The Signal Mountain Area also has a convenience store and gas station right next to the campground, as well as a gift store and restaurant.  There are also cabins and motel rooms available at the Signal Mountain Lodge.

The Signal Mountain Campground lies next to the shore of Jackson Lake, and all of the campsites are only a few hundred yards from the beach at the most, and some are very close to this beautiful lake.  The view of the Teton Mountain Range from this lakeshore is absolutely spectacular.  In fact, we feel one of the best views of the Tetons is at the Signal Mountain boat ramp, which is right next to the campground.
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Signal Mountain Campground, Grand Teton National Park

Location: About 17 miles north of the South Entrance to Grand Teton National Park
Size: 86 campsites (30 foot vehicle length limit)
Open: Summer Season- mid May to mid October
Additional Features: potable water, toilets, sinks, picnic area
Phone: 800-872-8012 

Nearby Grand Teton Park Lodging: Signal Mountain Lodge Cabins
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 Jenny Lake Campground                                                                                    
Grand Teton National Park CampgroundsEven though the Jenny Lake Campground in Grand Teton National Park is for tents only, this is one of the most popular Grand Teton Park campgrounds.  Much of this is due to its location next to the famed Jenny Lake Area, and because there are only 49 campsites available.  
Located along the Teton Park Road about 8 miles north of the South Entrance to Grand Teton National Park at Moose Wyoming, this popular campground is very close to Jenny Lake, and lies within an evergreen forest with large glacier boulders found occasionally throughout the campground.

Only one vehicle is allowed per campsite (2 motorcycles = 1 vehicle), and the vehicle cannot be longer than 14 feet and less than 8 feet tall.  Pop-up campers are not allowed.  If you like tent camping, this is an ideal campground to stay at while exploring Grand Teton National Park.  (By the way, Signal Mountain Campground is only 9 miles north of Jenny Lake, so if you don't like camping in tents, there's a regular campground not too far away.)

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Jenny Lake Campground, Grand Teton National Park

Location: About 8 miles north of the South Entrance of Grand Teton National Park at Moose.
Open:  Mid May to Late September
Additional Features: flush toilets, potable water, one vehicle per campsite (2 motorcycles = 1 vehicle), no trailer pop-ups, vehicles must be less than 14 long and 8 feet tall.
Phone: 800-628-9988
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 Gros Ventre Campground                                                                                    
Grand Teton National Park CampgroundsThe Gros Ventre Campground in Grand Teton National Park is located near the Gros Ventre River, and lies in tall cottonwood trees and sagebrush.  In the fall, the leaves turn a bright gold which creates a very beautiful setting.  This 350 site Grand Teton National Park Campground is located 11.5 miles south, then east of the South Entrance of Grand Teton National Park at Moose Wyoming.  To get there from Moose, drive south on Highway 89 for about 7.5 miles, and then take a left at the Gros Ventre Junction and drive another 4 miles along the Gros Ventre River to reach the campground.  This large campground usually fills in the evening, if at all.

There are 5 group sites where you can make advanced reservations, as well as a dump station, potable water, sinks and flush toilets.  There are no other amenities near this Grand Teton Park campground.

By the way, the Gros Ventre Campground is a great place to see moose, especially in the fall.

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Gros Ventre Campground, Grand Teton National Park

Location: About 11.5 miles south and east of the South Entrance of Grand Teton National Park at Moose.  
Size: 350 campsites (5 group sites, reservations accepted for these group sites only).
Open: early May to early October.
Additional Features: flush toilets, sinks, potable water, dump station
Phone:   800-628-9988.  NOTE: Reservations are accepted for group sites only. Click Here.
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Camping in Grand Teton National Park is a very special experience.  Seeing the early morning sun first begin to touch the summits of the Teton Mountain Range or watching the sun disappear behind these great mountains is a life-changing treat that makes "being there" even more special.  And since you are far from the lights of the city, the stars above you at night are so numerous and so spectacular it's impossible to describe.  There's something about camping in the Tetons that is like no other place on earth... maybe it's knowing that the towering Tetons are watching over you, or maybe it's hearing bull elk bugling throughout the night during the fall rut... Whatever the reason is, camping in Grand Teton National Park is an experience that you and your family will truly enjoy.

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