Use the official app from the National Park Service to find detailed information about visitor centers, important sites, places to stay and eat, and shopping and services throughout the park. Learn about historic places and natural features.
Map - Use the detailed park map to find sites, get directions and locate services. Download the content and map before you arrive to use the app everywhere.
Save Favorites - Build an itinerary by saving your favorite sites and events. You can even get alerts when you're nearby a saved site.
Calendar - Get up-to-date information from the National Park Service about what is happening in Grand Teton, including ranger talks and activities.
Tours - Discover rich natural and cultural resources with self-guided walking tours.
Accessibility - This app includes up-to-date accessibility information for facilities and some trails in the park, audio-described sites, and alternative text for images.
About The Park.
In 1929, the original Grand Teton National Park only protected the Teton Range and the valley’s piedmont lakes. In 1950, the park expanded to include the valley floor - preserving the park's spectacular views. Today, the jagged peaks and crystalline lakes are home to grizzly bears, wolves, moose, and herds of bison and elk.
Download the app before you arrive. Cell service and Wi-Fi are limited.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Updated home navigation
Ratings and Reviews
Worked well. Good maps. Doesn’t have ALL the trails and stops but still a great resource that can be downloaded before hand for offline mode. Make sure it finishes downloading though in the settings.
Would have liked there to be a little more information about each stop but I don’t think it’s meant to be a comprehensive guide. It could be though and I might even pay for it if it was that good and with more photos.
Otherwise a 5-star for convenience and exceeding expectations.
If you are visiting the Tetons, get this app! In the park there are many areas where there’s no cell service, but by downloading all the content beforehand, you can still access maps, trails, tour info, and more! This was a lifesaver for our family. I actually paid for another app, but we used this one.
I just downloaded the app, and even all the content to use offline. However, the home page buttons are blank. You can click on them and they will open another page, such as “Things to see.” However, you can’t tell what a button goes to, because they are all blank.
I went to the maps and was going to download the maps for offline use. I found that you can download a couple maps for free. Otherwise you must subscribe to download them and use for a limited time period. The park map with icons for various attractions didn’t work. Clicking on the map icons did nothing, even after content was downloaded.
With these limitations, I don’t find the app as useful as it should be.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.