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Free Entry into GTNP
Enjoy Free Entry into Grand Teton NP, President’s Day Weekend
MOOSE, WY — President’s Day weekend means free entry to Grand Teton National Park. Entrance fees will be waived from Saturday, February 15 through Monday, February 17 at more than 400 units across the National Park System. This will also be a perfect weekend to experience and enjoy the winter wonderland of northwestern Wyoming and snap photos of the snow-clad Teton Range, especially with the predicted storm cycle that is forecasted to bring significant new snow through Tuesday, February 11. Entry fees for a private, non-commercial vehicle to Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks normally costs $25 for seven days.
Weekend visitors to Grand Teton can take pleasure in winter activities from auto-touring, wildlife viewing and scenic photography to cross-country skiing, skate skiing and snowshoeing across the snow-covered landscape. A popular winter trail—that spans 15 miles of the unplowed Teton Park Road from Taggart Lake parking area to Signal Mountain Lodge—is open, and machine groomed at least once a week, generally on Saturday mornings.