2021 Operating Updates

At this time, dining facilities such as the pool dining, Outdoor Western BBQ, raft meal trips, and Elk Island dinner cruise are not expected to operate. In addition, the dining room at Jenny Lake Lodge will be open to registered guests only. Please note that some facilities and services—including restaurants, activities, and retail operationsmay have modifications or limitations. 

The health and safety of our guests, employees and community members are always our top priority. As a result of the continuing impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic, and in compliance with National Park Service regulations, effective immediately, all individuals aged two (2) years and older, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask or other acceptable face covering when inside all federal facilities. This includes in-park visitor centers, hotels, restaurants, bars, shops, and other public places. Masks may be removed while eating or drinking.

Guests are encouraged to check back to our site regularly for updates, and to plan ahead and book early.



Dining in Grand Teton National Park is not your traditional National Park cuisine, it is a delicious experience that makes each stay a special memory and a lifetime experience. Executive Chef Josh Conrad and his professional culinary staff of the Grand Teton Lodge Company carefully prepared dishes with sustainable, locally grown, organic produce, and a variety of sustainable, organic, free range, hormone free meats and sustainable fish/seafood through the guidance of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch. Your dining experiences at Grand Teton Lodge Company will reflect the best of regional tastes and one of the best views in the valley of the Teton mountain range.