Grand Teton National ParkĀ  was established as a national park in 1929 by President Calvin Coolidge. The park is an amazing landscape of majestic mountains and pristine lakes. Bordering on the southern border of Yellowstone National Park, it encompasses the Jackson Hole Valley. The town, at the southern point of the national park, is also the largest town in the area and just 80 miles from Wakeside Lake RV Park.

The Tetons are known for fantastic mountain climbing and hiking trails, with more than 800 different climbing routes throughout the various peaks and canyon cliffs. With so many lakes and the Snake River flowing through the park, Grand Teton National Park is also a great opportunity for boating and fishing. Plan your trip with a free brochure here, or you can pick up one in our office.

Being so close to Wakeside Lake RV Park, it’s the perfect day trip for the family.

Barn on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park