Imagine looking out your window to a wide expanse of fields surrounding a blue mountain lake, with moose, elk, and bison wandering close by. Then rising above this scene is one of the most photographed mountain ranges in the world—the Grand Teton Range. All of it so close, you feel like you can touch it. This is the thrill you can expect from the historical Jackson Lake Lodge in Grand Teton National Park.
Lodging Style and Amenities
Jackson Lake Lodge is the largest of all the eco-friendly lodging resorts in Grand Teton National Park. It hosts hundreds of rooms and cottages that fill up quickly in the summer so plan on booking early or consider visiting in the spring and fall. The lobby, with 60-foot panoramic windows framing the Teton Range and Jackson Lake, is a view vacation in itself.
As the “eco-center” of Grand Teton Lodge Company, Jackson Lake Lodge offers you everything—from several restaurants and retail shops to adventure outfitters and park tours. It’s a classic National Park lodging experience, with nearby access to both Yellowstone National Park and Jackson, Wyoming. In fact, many looking for Yellowstone Park lodging find Jackson Lake Lodge a favorable alternative. This is not only for the paramount views, but also for the unlimited recreation such as river float trips and amenities including the heated swimming pool.
Whatever your reason for visiting Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Lake Lodge is certainly worth a visit, even if you simply drop by for lunch and an hour to soak in the view.
To speak with our Reservations team, please call 800-628-9988.
Breakfast Style ServedBreakfast Not Included
Season OpenMay 18 - October 7
Additional Services and Amentities Available
The Lodge boasts 385 rooms, from the stunning suites in the main lodge to the cottage rooms that surround. Add to that all the amenities and guest services you would expect from a full-service resort, including fine dining, recreation, meeting space, retail shops, swimming pool, playground and an exhibit featuring Native American artifacts and Western art.