Local Resources

National Park Service

Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park was established as a public land to protect stunning mountain scenery and a diverse array of wildlife. The central feature of the park is the Teton Range, a 40-mile-long mountain front that encompasses eight peaks over 12,000 feet high and the Grand Teton Peak at 13,775 feet high.

P.O. Drawer 170
Moose, Wyoming 83012
Phone: (307) 739-3300

» Visit the NPS website for Grand Teton National Park

Mad River Boat Trips

Head out for Whitewater Rafting on the Snake River with Mad River Boat Trips! Tour lengths range from a few hours to the whole day. You can choose a scenic float trip or adventurous whitewater rafting adventure to make your trip to Jackson one to remember!

1255 S. Highway 89
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Phone: (800) 458-7238

» Whitewater Rafting on the Snake River with Mad River Boat Trips

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Visit Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce for your vacation planning, arts/recreation, events, media, and business/community needs.

260 W. Broadway
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Phone: (307) 733-3316

» Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Grand Teton Music Festival

Starting in early July through late August, the Grand Teton Music Festival has been the summer home for classical music in Jackson Hole since 1962. Add this festival to your list of to-dos when you come to visit the Grand Tetons this summer.

» Grand Teton Music Festival Schedule

Grand Teton Association

Grand Teton Association was founded in 1937 as a Cooperating Association and has a long history of supporting education, interpretation and research initiatives of agency partners.

» Visit Grand Teton Association for more information

Grand Teton National Park Foundation

Grand Teton National Park Foundation funds projects that enhance Grand Teton National Park's cultural, historic and natural resources and helps others learn about and protect all that is special in the park.
» Visit Grand Teton National Park's Website for more information

Mountain Weather - Jackson Hole Forecast

Mountain Weather provides specific weather information for Jackson Hole and the Teton Mountains, as well as links to a wide selection of weather maps, satellite, radar, computer models, web cams, road reports, etc. for the entire USA and Canada.

» Mountain Weather for current weather reports

National Museum of Wildlife Art

The National Museum of Wildlife Art is home to an internationally acclaimed collection of fine art paintings, sculpture, and photography devoted to wildlife. Located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the NMWA features permanent and changing exhibitions, a museum shop, the Rising Sage Cafe, a Children's Discovery Gallery, library, and more!

2820 Rungius Road
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Phone: (307) 733-5771

» Visit National Museum of Wildlife Art's Website for more information

Wyoming Tourism

As the official website for the State of Wyoming, this site features information on traveling to and around the state of Wyoming, the home of Grand Teton National Park.

» Visit Wyoming Tourism's Website for more information.

Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program

Learn more about the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program, designed to raise awareness for consumers about the importance of buying seafood from sustainable sources. This program provides information that helps our team at Signal Mountain Lodge choose which seafood to purchase for our seafood meal options. They also provide information to help consumers to become advocates for environmentally friendly seafood. The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program partners with the Seafood Choices Alliance where, along with seafood awareness, we provide recommendations on seafood choices.

» Click here to learn more about the Seafood Watch Program

NPS - Kids in Parks

The National Park Service site provides fun activities and information about our National Parks. Click on the link below to get to know the NPS kids in parks site and the exciting activities offered for kids of all ages.

Visit the NPS Kids in Parks Site

Discover how to become a Junior Ranger! The National Park Service Junior Ranger Programs are designed to provide an environment where participants can interact with the park and explore at their own pace. Click the link below to search the list of parks that are offering the Junior Ranger Program and get ready to earn your Junior Ranger Badge, Patch or Certificate!

Visit the NPS Junior Ranger site

Visit the Grand Teton National Park Junior Ranger Site

Every Kid Outdoors is a Park Service program that allows fourth graders and their families free access to discover and learn about the wildlife, resources and history that make up our national parks.

Visit the NPS Every Kid Outdoors site

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