In a grassy meadow beneath towering peaks is sweet Jenny Lake Campground. This is the perfect first-come, first-served spot for tent campers and those arriving by foot or bike. Fire pits and picnic tables are there for campfire treats and you’ll see plenty of fox, deer and maybe even a moose or two on your short hike to Jenny Lake! Close to the ferry that will take you to killer hiking and fishing in Cascade Canyon, this campground is a favorite amongst Grand Teton visitors, and is soon to be your favorite too!
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers
59 sites
Up to 6 guests per site
Hike in
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available


Offered near the campground.

Horseback riding
Wind sports
Off-roading (OHV)
Snow sports
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching


Natural features you'll find at Jenny Lake Campground.

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Hipcamper Mike
Mike B.
recommends this listing.
May 11th, 2017

Super pretty! Be ready for mosquitos the size of humming birds!

Hipcamper Jake
Jake O.
didn't provide a recommendation.
August 31st, 2017

If you're going to stay in GTNP, this is the spot to aim for. Lakeside campground right under The Tetons. Easy access to the best hikes in the park, including a short drive or walk to the trailhead for The Grand. It's tents only, so plan for that.

Taking a dip in Jenny Lake. It's COLD! Finding beautiful light in the smoke of our campfire. Hiking up The GrandBeautiful views from a nearby hike.
Hipcamper madelyn
Madelyn W.
didn't provide a recommendation.
December 7th, 2016

This is a relatively tourist heavy campsite, but beautiful nonetheless

Hipcamper Christina
Christina P.
recommends this listing.
February 1st, 2017

Awesome Fall colors

Hipcamper Sarah
Sarah D.
recommends this listing.
March 30th, 2017

You need to get there early to get a spot. Arriving on a Mon-Weds increases odds in peak months.

Hipcamper Marta
Marta H.
recommends this listing.
August 19th, 2017

If you want a great campsite, as most of them are, get there super early!!! Definitely the best campground in Teton but also everyone knows it, so spots fill up by 9am in the summer months. I went in late May one year, a little chilly but still beautiful, and I didn't have any problem getting a campsite. Crowds start in June and go through September.

Jenny Lake CampgroundJenny Lake right by the campground!
Hipcamper Lindsay
Lindsay F.
recommends this listing.
September 6th, 2017

There isn't a bad spot in the Tetons. I actually hiked up to Paintbrush Canyon and camped there. Totally worth the hike. The park has bear canisters you can borrow.

Hipcamper kelsey
Kelsey B.
recommends this listing.
October 18th, 2017

The campground owners will give great tips and are very friendly

Hipcamper Megan
Megan M.
recommends this listing.
November 14th, 2018

Popular GTNP spot. Great views and books fast in the summer. Please no feeding wildlife in the area, though you will see them hanging around!

Grand Teton National Park
United States
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(307) 543-2811
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43.754° N, 110.721° W
Tent Only - Hike In: 10 Sites
(Up to 6 people per site)
Tent / Van: 49 Sites
(Up to 6 people per site)

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