Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton park map which shows campgrounds inside the park
Click on the campground map for its respective page

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Campgrounds are's specialty. We offer full video campground tours on DVD and now digital downloads! You can order the Northern Rocky Mountains Edition 3 DVD set by clicking on the picture of the DVD. Be sure to click on each campground on the campground map for its respective page.

Camping in Grand Teton National Park is an excellent experience. Since Grand Teton National Park is only a few miles south of Yellowstone National Park, many of the same wildlife and camping precautions apply. Never keep food in your tent. If enjoying a campfire, use common sense in terms of size and intensity.

Reservations for Grand Teton campgrounds:

Colter Bay: (800) 628-9988
Flagg Ranch: (800) 443-2311
Gros Ventre: (800) 628-9988
Jenny Lake: (800) 628-9988
Lizard Creek: (800) 672-6012
Signal Mountain: (800) 672-6012

Grand Teton National Park offers backcountry site reservations from Jan 1 to May 15th. There is a $25 fee. You can use their online application or mail in your own:

Backcountry reservation page
Grand Teton Backcountry Camping Guide
Mail to: Grand Teton National Park
Backcountry Permits
P.O. Drawer 170
Moose, WY 83012

Like with other National Park campgrounds, signing up and paying for your site is easy. Simply walk up to the campground entrance registration center, fill out the form, insert your money, tear off your portion of the envelope (receipt) then deposit the envelope in the collection box. You then place your receipt on your campground stake (usually this has your site number and a clip). Some campgrounds in Grand Teton National Park operate on a first come, first serve basis, and some on a reservation system as well. Some of the camgrounds in Grand Teton National Park require you to pay at a front office rather than with a strong box and envelope system before you enter them ( Colter Bay, Signal Mountain, Flagg Ranch, Gros Ventre).Some Grand Teton campgrounds can fill by 9 AM, especially Jenny Lake, which is incredibly popular due to its beauty. Gathering firewood in Grand Teton National Park is permitted as long as it is only dead and downed wood. No chainsaws allowed. Check out time in Grand Teton is 10 AM. Also, pets are prohibited on boardwalks, trails and roads at all times. They must also be kept on leashes no longer than six feet.

Colter Bay Campground
Flagg Ranch Campground
Gros Ventre Campground
Jenny Lake Campground
Lizard Creek Campground
Signal Mountain Campground



Parkcamper: Northern Rocky
Mountains Edition features
the campgrounds of Glacier,
Yellowstone, Grand Teton,
Badlands and Theodore
Roosevelt National Parks.
This 3 DVD set will save
you and your family time,
money and gas when planning
your next great camping trip.
Experience what the
campgrounds are truly like.
Click the DVD to order!

Download Grand Teton National Park Campground Packs for iPod, iPhone, Android, iPad, PC or Apple computer. Click the iPod to order!