Yes, spectacular country it is in ~ absolutely beautiful, breathtaking, wild and scenic. In actuality, this full-service lodge is located in Grizzley Country (signs were posted everywhere) and only a 45 minute drive to downtown Jackson. A wonderful place to relax. Enjoy a very clean and maintained hot tub experience. We, personally, highly recommend one of the log style cabins (we stayed in #423) adjacent to the surrounding forest areas which were very cozy, comfortable, clean, quaint, and quiet. At times you could hear the passing of other guests in their automobiles outside your cabin as they leave. You must, however, take into consideration that you are in the wilderness and it becomes very quiet as the sun sets and extremely quiet throughout the night, thus the sound of passing guests. Keep in mind, that the roadway leading to your cabin is a one-way entry and exit creating minimal automobile traffic. The beds were very comfortable and clean, considering they were not advertised as “heavenly beds”. Carpeting throughout looked new and clean. Upon entering the cabin, you breathe in the scent of a freshly cleaned and maintained cabin. Hot water ran til' your cup runneth over with great pressure. Working wall heaters in all rooms. The fireplace was above adequate and sufficient with a large supply of chopped wood on the front porch of the fireplace cabins only. Inside you found more than enough matches and firestarters to last your entire stay, no matter how long you planned on staying. All advertised, was provided. We expected a lot and received much more. I would, by all means, stay again, versus paying over $400 per night at one of the high end resorts in town or along the Tetons, unless, of course, you are of the high-maintenance persuasion. You will receive more than your monies worth with warm hospitality, coupled with a clean and comfortable environment in the midst of the great outdoors, literally to your front steps. The Lodge offers many amenities including a wonderful western style saloon-bar serving up wonderful made-to-order drinks and the restaurant entrees were extremely enjoyable and affordable. I would highly recommend this Lodge to anyone who is looking for “out of the mainstream” accommodations, especially if you don't mind driving the extra 45 minutes to town. It is quite worth the time spent as we consider ourselves to be world travelers on a large scale and very picky, within reason. We did see deer, marmots, a huge variety of forest birds, on the premises as well as driving along the Hwy between the mountain lodge and Moran Junction. They graciously provided additional assistance and convenience in the booking of qualified vendors for raft rides (who sported the best safety record) and National Park sponsored Old Western Cookouts from the front desk upon check-in (thus allowing you to pay once at checkout) without the charge of extra booking fees. No need to call around to a million different outfits to book your outdoor activities. Your Grand Teton Cookout hosts, hailing from Texas, Shirley, Joe, and Howard (your greeting committee once you arrive at the beautiful and very secluded mountain cookout site) and a true-to- life cowboy “Ryan” (your chuckwagon driver along with "Prince" and "Popper", brother draft horses) will offer up the best in genuine hospitality, entertainment, kindness coupled with delicious Texas size “steaks” and a whole lot of fixins'. Enjoy, with an “open mind” towards wilderness lodging, you will not be disappointed.
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