Trying to plan an early June family trip. Our 6 year old is a pretty decent hiker - he especially likes hikes that involve rock scrambling! We are planning on a one week trip. Debating between spending the whole week around Teton, staying in Teton village, mixing hiking days with activities like the tram and alpine slide, float trip, indoor swimming (condo in village has access to club with indoor pool). In this scenario we might also consider one longer driving day doing a day trip up to the Old Faithful area.
The other option is to try to split our time between Grand Teton and Yellowstone. But I am not sure its worth the hassle to secure in-park lodging for the Yellowstone portion - all sold out now of course, so this would require multiple calls to keep checking for cancellations. I'm thinking save Yellowstone for another trip.
I am assuming there is enough to do for a week mostly around Teton to keep us happy? (I also have a husband who likes afternoon naps - assuming that will be my and the 6 year olds pool time!)