Restrooms –vault toilets and portable toilets will be available during construction. No flush toilets will be available.
Visitor Center –a temporary visitor center will provide trip planning, and information on trails, recommended hikes, weather and camping. Rangers are available to answer questions of the park’s natural and cultural history and offer limited ranger-led programs. Grand Teton Association retail area will be open for gifts, educational books and postcards. Operating Hours and Seasons.
Ranger Station –will remain open to provide information on climbing and mountaineering, climbing routes, current climbing route conditions, and issue backcountry permits associated with climbs. Operating Hours and Seasons.
Exum Mountain Guides –will remain open. Access and parking via the Lupine Meadows Road. Turn right after crossing the Cottonwood Creek Bridge and follow the signs. Exumguides.com.
General Store –will remain open to provide camping and hiking supplies, groceries, gifts, books, postcards and snacks. Access from the east side near the visitor center. Operated by Grand Teton Lodge Co.
Jenny Lake Boating –will remain in operation. Check with the visitor center or see map for directions to the boat dock. Check with the visitor center or Jenny Lake Boating for times and prices.
Jenny Lake Campground –will remain open with only limited construction in the campground. Tents only. Operated by Grand Teton Lodge Co.
Multi-use pathway –will remain open. The pathway itself will we unaffected by the construction. Due to the limited amount of parking at South Jenny Lake, please choose another location from which to start your bike ride.
Check at a visitor center for up-to-date information. There will be no access to Hidden Falls during the summer of 2016 while crews reconstruct the Hidden Falls viewing area and access trail.
Trail sections north of Cascade Creek have reopened.
Part of the trail between the Hidden Falls access trail and Inspiration Point will be closed during the first part of the summer while crews finish construction of the trail below Inspiration Point and construct rock walls. Hikers can access Inspiration Point via the “horse trail” north of the West Boat Dock, a forested route that connects Cascade Canyon to the lakeshore trail.