Historic full-service park lodge with breathtaking Teton views
"Breathtaking" does not begin to describe the view at Jackson Lake Lodge. Here, our 60-foot floor to ceiling windows frame pristine Jackson Lake and the majestic Teton Range. For some, this view alone is reason enough for a visit.
Jackson Lake Lodge is located in the heart of Grand Teton National Park. A full-service, historic eco-hotel, the Lodge features 385 rooms including stunning suites, main lodge hotel rooms, and quiet cottages. The lodge also includes a variety of dining options, outdoor excursions, meeting and event spaces, retail shops, a swimming pool, and an interpretive exhibit featuring authentic Native American artifacts and Western art.
Reservations are available on a 12-month rolling basis.
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Staying in our cottages truly surrounds you with the beauty of the national park! Our cottages are in a wooded setting within a few minutes walk of the main lodge. Complimentary wireless internet is available in all guest rooms. In addition to the amenities listed below, all rooms include a USB charging station, iron, ironing board, phone, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
Jackson Lake Lodge cottages are available seasonally from mid-May to early-October. Reservations for all rooms and cottages can be made online or by calling 307-543-3100.
Our classic cottage rooms are located in single-story clusters surrounded by pine trees just outside the main building. Rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning.
The King Patio Cottage at Jackson Lake Lodge offers a patio overlooking the forest setting, complete with two outdoor Adirondak-style chairs. Rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning.
The Mountain View Cottage has a large picture window that overlooks the Teton Range making each of these rooms a memorable experience. All accommodations include a patio or balcony, a mini refrigerator, and outdoor wooden chairs. Rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning.
Our Moose Pond View rooms are located in two story buildings about a 5 minute walk from the main lodge. These units provide a majestic view of Willow Flats, Jackson Lake, & the Grand Teton Range. Enjoy this stunning view from both your room and private patio or balcony. Rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning.
The Moose Pond Suites offer the best views of the Teton Range and overlook the Willow Flats where moose are frequently seen grazing. The suites also include a small sitting area and a private patio or balcony. Rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning.
Limited availability for this suite is available online. We recommend calling our Reservations Team at 307-543-3100.
All lodge rooms are located on the 3rd floor of our main lodge building with elevator access. Complimentary wireless internet is available in all guest rooms. In addition to the amenities listed below, all rooms include a USB charging station, iron, ironing board, phone, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
Jackson Lake Lodge rooms are available seasonally from mid-May to early-October. Reservations for all rooms and cottages can be made online or by calling 307-543-3100.
Located on the third floor of the Lodge, rooms primarily face the forest setting with some obstructed views. Rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning. These rooms are convenient to the facilities within the main lodge building. Please note there are no balconies in these rooms.
The windows within each room frame the amazing views of the Teton Range, Willow Flats, and Jackson Lake from the third floor of the Main Lodge. Rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning. Please note there are no balconies.
The Moran Suite is our grand two-room suite. Spectacular views of the Teton Range can be found from the living room or bedroom. This suite also features a jetted bathtub and kitchenette. Rooms do not have televisions or air conditioning. Please note there are no balconies.
Jackson Lake Lodge offers a wide variety of dining options. Enjoy everything from casual family-style experiences to white-tablecloth service with unparalleled views.
The Mural Room at Jackson Lake Lodge offers fine dining with a view. Some say the panoramic views of the Teton Range from the Mural Dining Room at Jackson Lake Lodge are the finest in any National Park. Others point to the magnificent murals painted by the late 20th century master Carl Roters as the heart of the Lodge. Either way, you are certain to have a dining experience not to be forgotten. Prepare yourself for a culinary experience with a twist which defines Rocky Mountain cuisine that is the perfect complement to the views.
Reservations can be made by calling us at 307-543-3463.
Blue Heron Lounge is where guests enjoy a beverage with some good food while relaxing on the deck and watching the wildlife beneath a Teton sunset. Voted as the “best watering hole – human division” by the National Park Foundation, the Blue Heron Lounge offers a casual dining rendezvous for friends who are weary from an adventurous day in Grand Teton National Park.
At the Pioneer Grill, enjoy a less formal setting. The Pioneer Grill offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a classic 1950’s-style service. The Pioneer Grill at Jackson Lake Lodge is one of the oldest and rumored to be the longest continual counter, creating a friendly atmosphere where guests interact with travelers and employees from around the world. While not in conversation, you can gaze at the authentic pioneer artifacts on display. Generous portions include classic American food like buffalo burgers and pan-seared rainbow trout, hot sandwiches, and timeless classics like homemade meat loaf or homemade chili. Take-out service is also available if you prefer to relax back at your room underneath the pines on your patio or on your balcony enjoying the view of the Teton mountain range. Just be sure to save room for our famous desserts.
Yellowstone may be famous for it geysers, but Grand Teton National Park is well known for the endless outdoor activities and excursions. There is so much to do that even the locals have a hard time getting it all in each season. Best of all, there is literally something for everyone—from the most extreme outdoor sports to leisure activities such as wildlife viewing or simply soaking in the surrounding natural beauty.
Activities at Jackson Lake Lodge include:
We also offer a variety of other activities in the nearby area, such as boating and fishing.
The truth is, a suitcase cannot hold everything. Fortunately at Jackson Lake Lodge, we have you covered. In the main lodge you will find a variety of shops with everything from travel essentials and outdoor apparel to gifts, books and souvenirs. In keeping with our environmental vision, each of our retail outlets offers eco-friendly gifts and memorabilia along with items that reflect local and regional influences, with many utilizing recycled materials and sustainable methods.
Wish you had a book to read while lounging on the deck of Jackson Lake Lodge? Or, maybe your forgot your binoculars and want to get a better view of that moose on Willow Flats. The Newsstand has all the basics for your vacation that you never think to pack - sunscreen, newspapers, postcards, stamps and beverages.
A vacation in Grand Teton National Park deserves a few Teton treasures. The Teton Shop is loaded with unique logo apparel and gifts for all ages. Find a memorable Teton t-shirt from the heart of the Park and don't forget to get some souvenirs for friends and family. Local guidebooks and area reference materials are also available.
For those needing supplies for an adventure in the mountains, our sporting goods division will outfit you with everything, including hydration packs, rain jackets, mugs, and fleece. We also carry other provisions such as trail guides.
When you want a gift that is as unique as your experience in Grand Teton National Park, this is the place to find it. This store offers souvenirs, apparel, Native American jewelry and handicrafts. We also carry snacks and beverages including liquor, beer and wine.
Perhaps you forgot to pack an extra jacket, or you just love shopping. The Apparel Shop will introduce you to a more fashionable Rocky Mountain style which embraces our natural surroundings. You will also find a variety of more traditional options, including high-end jewelry and accessories. This is a Teton boutique worth visiting.
No trip to Grand Teton National Park would be complete without getting in a least a little hiking. From leisurely strolls to heart-pounding climbs, visitors of all fitness and ability levels can get out and stretch their legs. Breathe in the fresh mountain air while exploring the grandeur of the Tetons.
As the closest hike to Jackson Lake Lodge, this short trail is paved with interpretive signs that leads to the top of the hill overlooking Willow Flats and the Teton Range. (Easy)
This easy loop can be found right behind the Jackson Lake Lodge Corrals. It offers a walk through marsh habitat around Christian Pond, then climbs a forested ridge for Teton Views. (Easy)
Circle lake through forests and meadows bursting with wildflowers in early summer and sage. You'll enjoy views of the Tetons are in the backdrop. As you head into the forested areas, you'll come upon Two Ocean Lake & Emma Matilda Lake. (Easy to Moderate)