• Captivate your attendees with a meeting in one of America's finest National Parks.
    Captivate your attendees with a meeting in one of America's finest National Parks.
  • Captivate your attendees with a meeting in one of America's finest National Parks.
    Captivate your attendees with a meeting in one of America's finest National Parks.

Invite your attendees to an exclusive meeting experience in a U.S. national park. One of the most captivating places to convene, the awe-inspiring Grand Teton National Park brings wild authenticity and stunning natural beauty to any agenda. Crisp mountain air and the Teton’s majestic lavender peaks energize attendees and infuse them with open-sky creativity, while complimentary Wifi in all meeting spaces keeps them connected. Elevate engagement and inspire camaraderie with one-of-a-kind outdoor escapades, including rafting trips complete with an Old West-inspired meal on the banks of the Snake River, dinner cruises to the gorgeous Elk Island, horseback riding and wagon rides.  Or, treat the group to a true Wyoming experience with a group dinner at the breathtaking Diamond Cross Ranch and an up-close-and-personal demonstration with an authentic “horse whisperer”.  


“Our organization primarily works with Marriott properties, so we were not quite sure how Jackson Lake Lodge would measure up in terms of meeting facilities. We as organizers were extremely pleased with the set-up process, and we received rave reviews from our participants on the location, staff, food and accommodations. Such a wonderful change from the hustle and bustle of large cities and ritzy resorts. I would absolutely choose JLL for a similar event in the future. Or, even my own personal vacation!”

Katy Snow, Institute of Nuclear Materials Management

  • Overview

    Registered as a National Historic Landmark and exuding rustic charm, the legendary Jackson Lake Lodge is the largest eco-friendly resort and meeting venue in Grand Teton National Park. Cozy up to free Wifi throughout the resort, savor authentic western cuisine and lake-to-table experiences, take a dip in the heated swimming pool and spend the day unleashing your adventurous spirit over hiking, rafting, horseback riding, cruises to Elk Island or scenic wagon rides. At the end of the day, stretch out on the deck for sublime stargazing or curl up to a crackling fire with a hot drink. The resort is open May – October. 

    Total meeting space: 17,000 sq. ft
    Largest meeting room: 5,598 sq. ft
    Total Guest Rooms: 385

  • Location

    The Jackson Lake Lodge is located 35 miles outside of the town of Jackson, in the Grand Teton National Park, and only twenty miles from the entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Poised on a bluff overlooking Jackson Lake and the Teton Range, Jackson Lake Lodge is located 26 miles north of Jackson Hole Airport. Your attendees will be treated to a magnificent arrival experience when they hop into a shuttle or rental car and embark on a stunning drive, flanked by majestic scenery and amazing views of the Tetons, where the only traffic jam they could encounter is a peaceful herd of bison.

    Elevation: 6,800 feet (2,073 m)

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  • National Park Information

    The Grand Teton National Park is known as the number one wildlife viewing location in North America, with some of the West’s most iconic animals, including bears, moose,  bison, bald eagles, and wolves. The legacy of this national park also spans a lot further in time than visitors believe – many species of flora and fauna found in the park have existed since the prehistoric ages.  


    With its cool alpine lakes, rugged, rocky peaks and fragrant forests, the Grand Teton National Park boasts 12 spectacular glacier-carved summits that frame the epic 13,770-ft-high Grand Teton. The Tetons rank among the most spectacular and tranquil scenery in America and a short drive from the Jackson Lake Lodge, you can also enjoy Jenny Lake or Colter Bay Village and Marina, all part of the Grand Teton Lodging Company. 





  • Activities in Jackson Hole

    Yellowstone may be famous for it geysers, but Grand Teton National Park is notorious for the endless amount of outdoor activities. There is so much to do even the locals have a hard time getting it all in each season. Best of all, there is literally something for everyone—from the most extreme outdoor sports to leisure activities such as wildlife viewing or simply soaking in the surrounding natural beauty.


Jackson Hole Activities

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  • Rafting The Snake River
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    Rafting The Snake River

    A guided Wild and Scenic Raft Trip down the Snake River is by far one of the top activities not to miss! For ten miles along the Snake River, our guides will show you amazing Teton views, share in-depth knowledge about the local flora and fauna, and often you’ll get a close-up view of wildlife, including bald eagle, moose, bison, elk, osprey, and beavers.

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  • Jackson Lake Boat Cruises
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    Jackson Lake Boat Cruises

    The Scenic Lake Cruise on Jackson Lake or the Meal Cruises on Jackson Lake will  literally place you in the shadow of Mount Moran.  On the Scenic Lake Cruise you will have the opportunity to view 10,000 year old glacial water flowing in to Jackson Lake.  On the Meal cruises you will have the opportunity to dine on your own private island while you will experience a cowboy meal unequaled in the Park.  On both trips the entire way you will hear local history and folklore.  This is by far one of our most popular activities, and great for the entire family.

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  • Horseback Riding
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      Summer, Fall
    Horseback Riding

    No  trip to the Old West is complete without a horseback ride through Grand Teton National Park. Seeing the magnificent Teton views from horseback, the same way the early explorers traveled, will create a lasting connection between you and the Grand Teton landscape.

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      Summer, Fall


  • Jackson Hole Dining

    Our restaurants rival the best dining options in the country. Executive Chef Josh Conrad creates healthy menus from sustainable and local fare. The menu offers a variety of sustainable, organic, free range, hormone free meats and sustainable fish/seafood through the guidance of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch. He also offers organic, pesticide free produce, some locally grown. GTLC coffee is shade grown Rainforest Alliance Certified. Enjoy dining selections available at Grand Teton Lodge Company locations; it is the ultimate National Park dining destination in Jackson Hole.

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    Mural Room

    Many say the panoramic views of the Teton Range from the Mural Dining Room at Jackson Lake Lodge are the finest in any National Park.  Others point to the magnificent murals painted by the late 20th century master Carl Roters as the heart of the Lodge. Groups will be delighted with a culinary experience that defines Rocky Mountain cuisine and is the perfect complement to the views.  The East Mural Room, adjacent to the main dining room, with the same ambiance and views accomodates groups up to 85 people. 

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    Pioneer Grill

    A less formal setting for attendees casual meals, the Pioneer Grill offers breakfast, lunch and dinner in a classic 1950’s-style service, the Pioneer Grill at Jackson Lake Lodge is one of the oldest and rumored to be the longest continual counters 244ft.  One counter snakes through the room, creating a friendly atmosphere where guests interact with travelers and employees from around the world. While not in conversation, you can gaze at the authentic pioneer artifacts on display – and be sure to ask our staff for the historical depiction created to tell you more about each item.

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    Blue Heron Lounge

    Attendees winding down will enjoy a beverage while relaxing on the deck and watching the wildlife beneath a Teton sunset. Voted as the “best watering hole – human division” by the National Park Foundation, the Blue Heron Lounge offers a casual dining rendezvous for friends who are weary from an adventurous day in Grand Teton National Park.

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      70 inside and 60+ outside