Camping in Grand Teton National Park
2021 Operating Updates
At this time, there are no anticipated impacts to existing guest camping reservations. Please note that some facilities and services—including restaurants, activities, and retail operations—may have modifications or limitations.
In support of the President’s Executive Order on Protecting the Federal Workforce and Requiring Mask-Wearing, all individuals are required to wear a mask or other acceptable face covering when inside, in line, gathered for services at our public facilities, interacting with our employees, or outdoors on NPS-administered lands when social distancing is not possible. The mask must fully cover both the mouth and nose.
Guests are encouraged to check back to our site regularly for updates, and to plan ahead and book early.
Campgrounds in Grand Teton are Now Reservation-Only
Visitors Should Plan Ahead and Book Early as Sites will No Longer Be Available on a First-Come Basis.
Camping at all campgrounds in Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway is available by reservation only. Reservations for the 2021 season can be booked on a 6- or 12-month rolling basis depending on the specific campground. Additional details are available on the individual campground pages.
Visitors wishing to reserve a campsite at the Colter Bay Campground, Jenny Lake Campground, and Gros Ventre Campground are able to do so by visiting Recreation.gov . Please note that reservations for these campgrounds cannot be made through the Grand Teton Lodge Company website or call center.
Reservations for the 2021 season at Colter Bay RV Park, Colter Bay Tent Village, and Headwaters at Flagg Ranch Campground and RV Park can be made on gtlc.com, however reservations for these campgrounds will migrate to Recreation.gov for the 2022 season.
Campsite reservations are expected to fill quickly! Visitors are strongly encouraged to plan ahead and book early.
Visitors must create an account on the Recreation.gov website prior to making campground reservations. Those who already have an account are encouraged to confirm their login and password information.
Read the National Park Service News Release