The hosts here are mostly long time hosts and they really enjoy what they do. That makes for a pleasant stay. As an added bonus this year they have some sites with electric and sewer. They are a bit pricey but, hey, if that’s your thing. The whole campground is covered by cell service.
Map Tip: I’m a map fanatic. The best map of the park by far is the National Geographic #202 topo map. For those that have any of these, you know why. They are plastic coated and resist water, tearing, mud, and fading. They have a GPS grid, full UTM grid, etc. They are awesome maps that have the most detail.
Gear Tips: I recommend that you take a small pair of field binoculars. A small pair that slips in your pack or your truck console works. You never know what you might see while riding around. The place is chock full of wildlife. You will see it.
And lastly, if you plan on walking/hiking, a good pair of boots and some bear spray are must haves. Also, a good lightweight packable rain jacket. Don”t leave your camper without it! Trust me on this one.
For more information on Grand Teton National Park, visit the National Park website at http://www.nps.gov/grte/index.htm.