Grand Tetons, WY

Grand Tetons, WY

We can’t wait to visit the Grand Tetons again.

Someday we’ll go back and spend 4 or 5 days to really experience everything — even the drive there was amazing.


From Rawlins, we headed up 287 North and saw some of the most beautiful scenery on the trip.

The little town of Lander was pretty neat too — very cowboy.

We stayed at one of the park sites with no hook ups — there are certain rows that allow generators and certain rows that prohibit generators, so make sure you check on that before you pay for your site!

They didn’t tell us that until we’d already been assigned, which was a bummer. Why? Because it was cold.

Although we had a short time in the mountains, we tried to to fit in some kayaking. Which maybe wasn’t the best idea considering the temperature, but we toughed it out.

There are a lot of boat docks and beaches to launch from and a few islands out in the lake to explore. Apparently the rest of the visitors thought it was too cold. We didn’t see a single person the whole time.


  1. The scenery is amazing out there. You have so many great spots to choose from on your way back to Washington. The pictures of the drive are superb. The colors are otherworldly. Enjoy your trip and keep posting. I can’t wait to take the Airstream out to the Tetons. I need my western fix from the Airstream bloggers.

    • Hi Doug! You and the gang should definitely come out sometime soon! We can all meet up somewhere!

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