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However, I am upset about the number of wedding and posed photography that goes on at the barns - the photographers park in the road and take over the entire place for hours at a time. Some times there is more than one wedding in...More
This area is all flat in the valley. The Mormon Barn is probably one of the most recognized photos taken. There is also a lot of wildlife in the area. Saw lots of prawn horn and popular moose watching area was nearby even though we...More
We drove through here on a whim, not exactly knowing what to expect. Glad we decided to cut through here. This is a beautiful location with some great photo opportunities. Didn't see a whole lot of wildlife on our trip as we visited about 3:00...More
A visit to Grand Teton National Park in northwestern Wyoming isn't complete without a trip to Antelope Flats, one of the most epic locations in the American West with views of the entire Teton Range and abundant wildlife. This 640-acre stretch of land was established...More
it was cold. I'm from Phoenix. I didn't get out. But the 'Mormon' row, eh, why bother? The REAL barn is across the street, not where the cluster of buildings is. For me, what's the point? You can't go inside. But, there's a road across...More
Known particularly for Mormon Row, the collection of old farm buildings, Antelope Flats is more than this and if you drive the roads there's a chance of seeing Bison and Pronghorn as we did on our way to Gros Ventre.
Mormon Row however is well...More
Early pioneering Mormon families settled in the region near Jackson, WY, called Mormon Row, were the close knit families farmed and raised their children. Their life and history is depicted on information panels on the site. Breathtaking vistas of the Grand Teton range are visible...More
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The only way I know is to make a right (if heading north out of Jackson) onto Antelope Flats Loop Rd. There is a parking area to the left by one of the Barns and old house about one mile up. The road to the right that looks... More
The only way I know is to make a right (if heading north out of Jackson) onto Antelope Flats Loop Rd. There is a parking area to the left by one of the Barns and old house about one mile up. The road to the right that looks like someone's yard has the more famous bard and we were able to park on the side of the road. They're even building a nice outhouse there, and walkway.
No, it is not only a bike trail but also has some paved roads, not many but a lot of dirt roads. Not more than a few miles though between paved hwy. Elk and bison were visible in the flats off the roads. Old abandoned farm... More
No, it is not only a bike trail but also has some paved roads, not many but a lot of dirt roads. Not more than a few miles though between paved hwy. Elk and bison were visible in the flats off the roads. Old abandoned farm houses were also accessible right off the dirt roads.