Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park is gorgeous. Established in 1929, it spans roughly 310,000 acres.

The Grand Teton mountain range is the central focus of the park, but there is a diverse ecosystem here, including glacial lakes, the Snake River, and huge mountains.

Visitors come for hiking, fishing, and fabulous photography opportunities.

The Grand Teton National Park has so many things to see and do.

Here are a few highlights from our 5 days spent in the park.

View of the Tetons from the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center
View of the Tetons from the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center
Jenny Lake
Jenny Lake
Snake River
Snake River
Boat dock at Jenny Lake
Boat dock at Jenny Lake
Marina at Colter Bay
Marina at Colter Bay
Wilson Flats
Wilson Flats
Mother and baby moose
Mother and baby moose
Scenic rafting trip down the Snake River
Scenic rafting trip down the Snake River

Camping

We Spread Creek Meadow Dispersed Camping area located near the Grand Teton park. It was beautiful, free, and very convenient. There are also campgrounds in Grand Teton National Park, but we stayed outside the park in the Bridger Teton National Forest.