Bring a touch of luxury to your national park experience by staying at Jenny Lake Lodge, a AAA four-diamond resort at the foot of the Tetons. Award-winning dining is included with your stay, with full gourmet breakfast and a nightly five-course rotating dinner menu. Also included are horseback riding, the use of cruiser bicycles, and other complimentary daily guest activities.
The historic cabins at Jenny Lake Lodge are elegant, private and relaxing – a perfect blend of modern comfort and Old West charm. Choose between our freestanding single-room log cabins, duplex cabins, or the cabin suites that include a sitting parlor and wood-burning stove.
Enjoy your morning coffee on the porch surrounded by towering pine trees and abundant wildlife. Nearby, you can walk to three stunning glacial lakes, access trails for hiking or biking, or watch for elk or moose. As a guest of Jenny Lake Lodge, the park is at your fingertips.
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Jenny Lake Lodge will be open June 1 - October 8 for the 2017 season.
As the only 4-diamond eco-resort in the Park, Jenny Lake Lodge is ideal for those who seek the finest service and lodging, while still enjoying a National Park vacation. Each of the rustically elegant cabin rooms are well-appointed with hand-made quilts, down comforters, and unique Western charm—a rarity in today’s one-size-fits-all lodging approach.
Duplex Cabins at Jenny Lake Lodge are essentially two cabins connected. These units provide a uniquely special experience where the smell of pine trees and mountain filtered air fills your lungs.
Each of our Duplex Cabins shares a common wall and porch with an adjoining private cabin. They also offer a variety of bedding ranging from one king bed, or one queen bed to 2 queens, or a queen and a twin. There are no connecting doors between duplex cabins.
A Free Standing Cabin at the Jenny Lake Lodge is your personal respite in the woods of Grand Teton National park. Soaked in Modern Charm, this Cabin will delight and transport you to a place where time stands still and you can lose yourself in vacation.
Our suites provide the definition of luxury accommodations in a rustic National Park setting. Each suite is an individual log cabin which features a bedroom, an adjoining sitting parlor, and a charming wood burning stove. Options include a king bed or two queens, and our Water Lilly Suite (pictured) also has a Jacuzzi jetted tub.
• To enhance the experience of lodging in the beautiful Grand Teton National Park, TV’s are not included in our guest rooms. Voted the #1 wild life location in the country, our guests spend more time outside enjoying nature, outdoor activities and star gazing. Guests also enjoy Jenny’s beautiful log cabin lobby with fireplace for reading, listening to our classical guitarist and relaxing with friends and family.
• Rollaway beds are not available.
• The rooms at the Jenny Lake Lodge are cooled by fans and there is no electric air conditioning. At an altitude of 6,867 feet (2,093 meters) and with cool afternoon breezes, electric air conditioning is rarely requested.
Jenny Lake Lodge is the jewel, in the crown of dining experiences, in Grand Teton National Park. Nestled in the woods, at the base of the Tetons, the culinary experience we provide is an Experience of a Lifetime.
Offering breakfast, brunch, and a 5-course dinner with an award-winning wine list each meal is meticulously through through and presented. With the enormous popularity of Jenny Lake Lodge reservations are required.
A dining experience not to be missed in Grand Teton National Park is the Jenny Lake Lodge. Serving a 5 course meal with a nightly rotating menu this elegant yet rustic experience will wow even the most refined palate.
All food prepared at the Jenny Lake Lodge is fresh and locally sourced, Chef personally goes to the Jackson Farmers Market to hand pick ingredients that will be used in many of his house specials that evening.
For reservations please call 307-543-3100.
Dinner Reservations for all guests staying at Jenny Lake Lodge will open January 2. Reservations for all other guests will open March 1, with the exception of dinner reservations during the eclipse in August which will open June 1.
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The Jenny Lake Dining room will open for dinner on June 1 and will close after breakfast on October 8 for the 2017 season.
A trip to Jenny Lake Lodge and Grand Teton National Park is not complete with out taking part in a few activities. On site, horseback riding and cruiser-style bicycles are available to guests on our Signature Stay.
We also offer daily complimentary activities which can include a managers reception, lawn games in view of the Tetons, and more.
Throughout the park, we do have a variety of activities such as scenic rafting, lake cruises, wagon rides, horseback riding, and more available to all guests. To view all our activity options CLICK HERE.
With so many great hikes right out the front door it would be a shame not to try one of these.
String Lake - There are miles and miles of hiking in Grand Teton National Park. One of the friendliest with the best views is String Lake. The majority of the hike you are staring at either the massive Grand Teton or Mt. Moran. The special days are those where the air is calm and you can see the reflections in the lake while you hike. (Friendly for most levels)
Hidden Falls & Inspiration Point – One of the true iconic hikes of Grand Teton National Park. This hike will allow you to view a magnificent waterfall where you can feel the mist for the roaring water on exposed rock as well as visiting a scenic vista overlooking the Valley. For those looking for an even longer excursion Cascade Canyon extend for miles more. (Moderate Level)
Paintbrush Canyon – This beautiful hike often makes the lists of top hikes by Backpacker magazine. After crossing between Leah Lake and String Lake you will begin a hike that will climb and carry you through timber, into the canyon, past serene Holly Lake, and to Paintbrush Divide. (Intense Level)