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Grand Teton National Park Lodging

Year-round visitors to Eastern Idaho’s Teton Springs Lodge & Spa have unlimited recreation, unique adventures, and sightseeing opportunitiesnot found anywhere else in North America. It could simply be a day trip to Jackson Hole, an unforgettable night spent in Grand Teton National Park Lodging or watching as the most famous geyser in the world erupts in Yellowstone National Park. It’s soon obvious that this is no ordinary excursion, even to the seasoned traveler and this is not the time to be camera shy!

Find Your Adventure With Teton National Park Lodging

From Teton Springs, guests head out to Jackson Hole, with its authentic western ambience and rich history. Even the drive is noteworthy, a spectacular 30 minute trip to the east over Teton Pass, with Grand Teton National Park lodging less than 45 miles to the northeast. First stop in Jackson has to be a white-knuckle- white water trip on the infamous Snake River in large rubber rafts, hard to hear the rapids with all that giggling going on! Or, some may choose the mellower but incredible 13 mile Teton Scenic Float; the guides are seasoned, gracious and throw in a bit of natural history and geology along the way. Most importantly, they never miss a moose or buffalo grazing amidst the cottonwood banks. The Teton Mountain range is your constant companion on this float and taking in the splendor of the Tetons and the dramatic Snake River is only the beginning; but first some rest and dreams of another day.

 

As you depart your comfortable Grand Teton National Park Lodging digs with perhaps even a coveted bear spotting under your belt, most will undoubtedly be compelled to visit our more famous neighbor just up the road. Yellowstone National Park is the world’s first national park with over 2 million acres to explore so pack a lunch! You’ll need time to explore the 300 geysers and over 10,000 geothermal features especially if you’re focused on the abundant wildlife roaming this national treasure. Yellowstone is home to the gray wolf, grizzly & black bear, bighorn sheep, lynx, mountain lion, moose, elk, deer and the list goes on and on. Watch for the bison crossing! Maybe it’s best to think about extending your stay at Teton Springs, and remember, lodging in Grand Teton National Park is on the way “home.”

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