Imagine looking out your window to a wide expanse of fields surrounding a blue mountain lake, with moose, elk, and bison wandering close by. Then rising above this scene is one of the most photographed mountain ranges in the world - the Grand Teton Range.
When it comes to Grand Teton National Park lodging, Jackson Lake Lodge is the largest of all the eco-friendly resorts. The lobby is where it all begins, with 60-foot panoramic windows that frame the Teton Range and Jackson Lake. Then, there are hundreds of lodge rooms and cottages for visitors to come back to after a long day of adventures. Of course, the most popular time to stay is in the summer, and rooms usually fill up quickly, so plan on booking early. Or, consider visiting in the spring or fall, when it isn’t quite so busy.
As the “eco-center” of Grand Teton Lodge Company and a top Teton National Park lodging option, Jackson Lake Lodge offers activities galore. The lodge itself houses several Jackson Hole restaurants, retail shops, adventure outfitters, and a heated swimming pool. Visitors can also set up park tours, river float trips, and other outings, including trips to nearby Yellowstone National Park and Jackson, Wyoming. In fact, many looking for Yellowstone Park lodging find Jackson Lake Lodge a better alternative.