Two tents in a campground in front of a mountain.
Jenny Lake Campground sits at the base of the Teton Range

NPS Photo/A. Mattson


Camping is a great way to immerse yourself in the stunning scenery of Grand Teton National Park. There are many options for camping. If you are feeling adventurous and searching for solitude, get a permit to pitch a tent in the backcountry. Looking for a few more comforts? You can tent camp or park and plug in your recreational vehicle at any of the 1,000 campsites in seven park campgrounds.

Map of Campgrounds in Grand Teton


All park campgrounds are reserved by advanced reservations only. Campsites are reservable on Plan ahead and reserve your night under the stars up to six months in advance.

Most sites offer standard amenities including modern comfort stations, potable water, metal fire grates, picnic tables, and metal bear boxes.

The maximum length of stay is seven days per person at Jenny Lake, and 14 days at all other campgrounds—no more than 30 days in the park per year.

Camping is not permitted within the park along roadsides, at overlooks, or parking areas. Doubling up in campsites is prohibited and there are no overflow facilities.

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Other options include camping in the John D. Rockefeller Memorial Parkway, National Forest, or Yellowstone National Park, or at private campgrounds in the local area—for more information, contact the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307-733-3316 or visiting their website..

Rockefeller Parkway

Grassy Lake Road in the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway has 14 designated campsites in eight areas along the road, free, first-come-first-served sites that are accessible once the road opens in mid-June. These sites are primitive with no water but do include shared toilets, bear boxes, and trash facilities. Camp only in designated sites, proper food storage required to protect wildlife, park only in parking areas, no discharging of firearms, and follow leave- no-trace guidelines.

Campground Type Reserve Amenities/Restrictions
Gros Ventre Campground Standard site (279), Electric hookup (39), Group site (4) yes dump station(limited), 45-foot length limit
Jenny Lake Campground Standard site (51), Hiker/biker site (10) yes tents only, pay showers nearby
Signal Mountain Campground Standard site (56), Electric hookup (25) yes pay showers and laundry nearby, dump station, 30-foot length limit
Colter Bay Campground Standard site (324), Electric hookup (13), Hiker/biker (10), Group site (10) yes pay showers and laundry nearby, dump station, 45-foot length limit
Colter Bay RV Park Full hookup pull-through site (102), Full hookup back-in site (10) yes pay showers and laundry nearby, full hookups, no fire grates
Colter Bay Tent Village Tent Cabins (66) yes tent cabins with 4 bunks & wood-stove, pay showers and laundry nearby
Lizard Creek Campground Standard site (60) yes 30-foot length limit
Headwaters Campground Standard site (34), Full hookup pull-through (97), Camper cabins (40) yes showers included, 45-foot length limit

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Last updated: December 27, 2022

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