Where to Stay in Winter in Grand Teton National Park


Triangle X Ranch

Open Dec. 26, 2021 – Mid-March 2022

You won’t be able to experience a dude ranch experience like Triangle X anywhere else in the United States. Why? It’s the last dude ranch concession operating in the nation’s National Park Service system. And it’s the only lodging open in Grand Teton National Park during winter.

Located 26 miles north of Jackson on Hwy. 89, the ranch sits on the eastern edge of the park closer to the Moran Entrance than the Moose Entrance. It’s just 30 miles from Yellowstone. Since 1926, five generations of the Turner family have managed the ranch that has 20 cabins and a four-star restaurant. All built in the Jackson area, the cabins were relocated and have anywhere from one to four bedrooms, plus bathrooms with tubs and showers. They also have a small refrigerator and a porch. The ranch has cross-country skis and snowshoes for guests to use and explore the surrounding area. trianglex.com


Open Year Round (but closed November and April)

Hootenanny at Dornans Restaurant in Grand Teton National ParkNick Cote

Located near Grand Teton National Park’s Moose headquarters, Dornans offers a unique experience. It’s open in winter Dec. 1  – March 31 and closed for the months of November and April. The resort has cross-country skis and snowshoes for rent in its Trading Post. There’s a restaurant, gas pumps, a nationally recognized wine shop and gift shop. dornans.com

Dornans Wine Shop in Grand Teton National ParkNick Cote

Outside Grand Teton National Park

Teton Village at Grand Teton National Park’s doorstep in Jackson Hole.Grant Ordelheide

The closest towns to Grand Teton National Park are Jackson, its smaller sister town, Wilson, and Teton Village where Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is located. All three are minutes from park entrances. For details on lodging, visit Jackson Hole Central Reservations at jacksonholewy.com.

Start planning a winter vacation by downloading the Winter Trip Planner for Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park today.

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