Establish Base Camp at the Gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks

Our seasoned and professional staff can assist you with arrangements for fishing, camping, biking, hiking or photographing the parks. We offer a wealth of local insight and camp-lore knowledge that can turn your adventure from simply great to simply outstanding.

With massive peaks skyrocketing from the valley floor to over 13,000 feet, Grand Teton National Park is a wonder in both summer and winter.

The diverse ecosystem of Yellowstone National Park is a must see in both summer and winter. Geysers, wildlife and mountains create stunning scenes just a short way from Jackson Hole.

As temperatures drop and snow falls, elk migrate into a protected area called the National Elk Refuge. These creatures herd together in the refuge and are easily visible from the roadways as well as from sleigh rides.

Winter offers an entirely different experience in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Rugged peaks are blanketed in snow. Many roads are closed to motorized traffic, offering a pristine, quiet view of nature. 

National Parks and Open Spaces