The Must See and Must Do in Grand Teton National Park
There are a handful of ways to get to Grand Teton National Park, but with the park being a bit far from any major city, it’s definitely not the easiest park to get to. The closest option is the Jackson Hole Airport, which American Airlines, Delta, United, and SkyWest fly in and out of.
However, it is a smaller airport with limited flights and could be pricey. But if convenience is worth the extra cost, this airport is just minutes from the park and also the town of Jackson.
The next closest airport is in Idaho Falls, Idaho (104 miles), but this is a regional airport and may be trickier to fly into. As for larger airports, the two best options are Salt Lake City, which is a little under 300 miles away, and Denver, which is 505 miles away. So if you’re down for a road trip, these two airports are a good option!
Or you can do what we did and drive cross country in an RV from Florida! LOL.
We have been to Grand Teton National Park 4 times now and fall in love with it more and more. We put together some lists to help you plan your next trip.
Best Drives for Wildlife
📍Moose to North Jenny Lake Junction
📍Kelly Loop/Antelope Flats
Best Drives for Wildflowers
📍Antelope Flats Road
Best Views of Sunrise and Sunset
📍Teton Point Turnout
📍Signal Mountain Summit
Best Roadside Views
📍Oxbow Bend Turnout
📍Snake River Overlook
Best Scenic Drives
📍Teton Park Road
📍Jenny Lake Loop
Which one of those excites you most? We hope this helps inspire you to plan a trip out here. We’ve loved exploring and showing you guys around!