The choice of lodging properties within the park is as diverse as the landscape itself. Here you'll find simple campgrounds, cabins, and standard motel rooms. You can also settle into a homey bed-and-breakfast or a luxurious suite in a full-service resort. Between June and August, rates go up and rooms are harder to get without advanced reservations. Nonetheless, if you're looking to stay in a national
park that's tailored to individual pursuits, this is it. Although this park is becoming more popular and crowded each year, it still resembles the haven its founders envisioned in 1929 and when it was expanded in 1950, a place where people can contemplate and interact with nature.
For information on lodging and dining in the park, contact the park's largest concessionaire, Grand Teton Lodge Company. 307/543–2811 www.gtlc.com.
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