Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Parks

Bison, bears, and moose… oh my!

Explore our National Parks
Our neighboring national treasures offer stunning mountain backdrops to compose your next vacation where gray wolves, elk, deer, bison, antelope, moose, and grizzly bears roam.

The best way to explore the parks is with a professional guide who will maximize your time in the expansive wilderness while highlighting the local flora and fauna, park history, and iconic landscapes. Guests can arrange park tours, wildlife safaris, and create an amazing itinerary through our complimentary concierge services.

Book your 3-Night Passports to the Parks package today and get your annual National Parks Pass included.

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Wildlife Tour.

Photo credit: EcoTour Adventures

Grand Teton National Park

Hotel Terra is located only one mile from the south entrance to Grand Teton National Park, one of the most spectacular, awe-inspiring places in America. Occupying much of the Jackson Hole valley, the park is home to massive mountains, pristine lakes and rivers and abundant wildlife.

PLEASE NOTE: During 2022, the southern half of the Moose-Wilson Corridor, the area between the Granite Entrance Station and the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve, will only be open to public access on weekends, 7 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday, from Memorial Day (May 30) to Labor Day (Sept 5), and closed entirely in the spring and fall. Listed below are specific dates:

April – May 29: CLOSED

May 30 – September: OPEN on weekends (7 pm Friday-7 am Monday)

September 6 – December: CLOSED

When the road is closed, it is closed to all use including hiking, cycling, and running. However, there are several trails that will remain open to hikers guided by modified signs and kiosks. Rack cards and park guides will be available along with a liaison Frida – Monday that will have a regular presence in Teton Village wearing an NPS uniform. 

Grand prismatic Spring.
Old Faithful Sunset

Yellowstone National Park

Established in 1872, Yellowstone is the first and oldest national park in the world, covering nearly 3,500 square miles of northwestern Wyoming as well as parts of Idaho and Montana. Yellowstone’s South Entrance is approximately 90 miles north of the town of Jackson.