Summer is the time to enjoy Grand Teton National Park camping and many other activities:
There are so many things to do in the summer season at Grand Teton National Park camping is just one of them. There are lots of opportunities to view the wide variety of wild animals here in the Grand Teton National Park area. You can also go hiking, biking and horseback riding on one of the many trails or roadways. On the Snake River you can take a scenic rafting trip, on one of the deep blue lakes, you can spend a glorious day fishing.
There is a hiking or backpacking trail to meet the needs of every hiker. Beginners will want to try a low elevation route like the one to Phelps Lake, while those with more experience can choose the challenging hike up Hanging Canyon. For a moderately challenging trek, take the trail to Solitude Lake. It’s a 16-mile trip through wildflower fields and alongside beautiful pools of water. A journey you won’t soon forget.
Our guests at Luton’s Teton Cabins often mention the beautiful star-studded night sky here in the state with the lowest population in the U.S. Clear nights are breathtaking. There’s no need to go to a campground to see the star show, it’s all visible from our log cabin retreat. The nights can get cool even in the summer, so dress warmly. You may even see the Northern Lights make an appearance.
There’s no doubt about it, summer is a magical time of year here at our cabins. You simply have to experience it in person, so make your reservations now.