Jackson Lake, the largest lake in the Grand Teton National Park, is immensely popular for it’s breathtaking scenery and abundant water adventures! The views sitting on the shore of Jackson Lake are so visually stunning. Or, try kayaking or boating on the lake to explore and view even more awe-inspiring scenery!
Jackson Lake’s Activities
From shores of Jackson Lake, start a fishing, kayaking, canoeing or water skiing adventure or enjoy the lake by sailboat or motorboat. The lake has several marinas and local outfitters provide rental and guide services.
Jackson Lake’s Signal Mountain Camping
There’s a beautiful, forested campsite at Signal Mountain Campground on Jackson Lake. It’s a great park campground with a nearby gas station, a store full of amenities and superb dining.
Jackson Lakes Delicious Dining at Signal Mountain
The Peaks Restaurant offers an environmentally sustainable menu and a unique dining experience as you look out over the lake, Mount Moran and the Teton Range. The Deadman’s Bar serves excellent organic and regional entrees and appetizers with an outstanding drink menu – my favorite the blackberry margarita! I was pleasantly surprised with the great quality in the food served at both the restaurant and bar.
Next time you are visiting the Grand Teton National Park, I would highly suggest stopping at Jackson Lake! Please share you adventures!