Jenny Lake Lodge

Jenny Lake Lodge
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North Jenny Lake Junction
Moran, Wyoming 83013-0250
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Reviewed by David L. Scott & Kay W. Scott

Jenny Lake Lodge is an upscale and relatively small lodging facility in the heart of scenic Grand Teton National Park. The lodge is on a one-way road that allows guests a quiet stay in a national park that receives a great many visitors. Jenny Lake Lodge has been awarded four diamonds by the American Automobile Association, an unusual feat for a national park lodging facility. It

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Biking,Fly Fishing,Freshwater Fishing,Hiking,Horseback Riding,Kayaking,Lake,Photography,Sightseeing,Swimming Pool,Whitewater Rafting,Wildlife/Nature Programs
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Jackson Hole Airport (20.2 miles)
A uniquely rustic yet elegant property nestled in the solitude of Jackson Hole country. Surrounding the main lodge, 37 cabins rest in the seclusion of the quiet forest glades in the shadow of the towering Tetons. Reminiscent of the Old West in appearance, the cabins are comfortably furnished. At Jenny, you'll find Western hospitality, tempting food in the award-winning dining room, superb service and relaxing solitude. The room rate at Jenny Lake Lodge includes breakfast and dinner as well as horseback riding and the use of bicycles. Nightly rates at this 4 diamond, 4 star property include breakfast, dinner (pre-fix 5 course), horseback riding, and bicycling -The property is located 16mi N of JAC-Jackson

Expert Review of Jenny Lake Lodge

Family Review of Jenny Lake Lodge

By Away Travel Expert : Christine Loomis
Family Expert Favorite
Family Expert Rating 5.0 out of 5
Recommended for:
Children aged 6 - 12 and 13 - 17
Family Expert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Rates include breakfast and five-course dinner
  • No park lodges have TVs in the rooms
  • Three lakes and hiking trail in walking distance
Since the 1920s, this is one of Grand Teton's most wonderful lodges, and in a part of the park where families often want to be. Walking trails are right here, meaning less time in the car. Hungry families note: the food is superb.