Grand Teton National Park Site Pass
Grand Teton National Park
- Grand Teton National Park charges an entrance fee. You may purchase a 7-day pass below. The pass is valid for Grand Teton National Park only.
- Are you visiting more than one park (e.g., Grand Teton shares a boundary with Yellowstone National Park which charges a separate entrance fee)? If you plan to visit other national parks or federal lands, consider purchasing an Interagency Pass (Annual, Senior, Access, Military, etc.) when you arrive at Grand Teton National Park.
- Do you already own a pass? If you already own a valid Interagency Pass (Annual, Senior, Access, Military, etc.), you do not need to purchase any of the passes below.
- Site Passes purchased on Recreation.gov are non-refundable and non-transferable.
- Grand Teton National Park does not require reservations for entrance or pre-purchasing of your entrance fees.
- For more information visit Grand Teton National Park's Fees & Passes web page.
Cell connectivity in the park may be limited. Please print a hard copy of the pass or download the pass to your mobile device.
Purchasing this pass does not expedite entry into the park. Plan to arrive early with the possibility of long lines to enter the park. Having your pass ready to show upon arrival may reduce wait times.
Upon arrival at an entrance station, the digital pass may be upgraded to a Grand Teton National Park Annual Pass or the Interagency Annual or Lifetime Passes.
When Wildlife Viewing, respect and give the wildlife space. Do not approach or feed animals in the park. You are responsible for keeping 100 yards (91 m) away from bears and wolves; 25 yards (23 m) from all other animals. Properly store your food.
The park speed limit is 45 mph (73 kph) except where posted.
Be prepared for parking lots to fill up early. Park in designated spots only. Read more on Grand Teton's Parking web page .