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Colter Bay Visitor Center Tours

Colter Bay Visitor Center
Nearly all visitors to Grand Teton National Park will stop at the Colter Bay Visitor Center, whether to pick up supplies, get trail information, or permits for camping and boating. With a nearby campground and set just minutes from the shores of stunning Lake Jackson, the Colter Bay Visitor Center is one of the park’s most popular—and busiest—areas. While here, instead of just swinging through for some maps or quickly arranging your permits, stop to read up on the park information and peruse the cultural exhibits. Most notable is the Indian Arts Museum, which houses 35 rare, American Indian artifacts from the David T. Vernon collection. While the original collection was much larger, the lack of proper facilities at the visitor center forced its relocation, with a handful of artifacts remaining here on the land where they were originally crafted. There are free, ranger-guided talks of the display each morning and afternoon, and once a week they even construct a traditional Native American teepee.

Practical Info

Colter Bay Visitor Center and the Indian Arts Museum are open from mid-May until mid-October, when Colter Village closes for winter.  It’s located 25 miles north of Moose and an hour from the town of Jackson, and has all of the info, supplies, and brochures you’ll need for exploring the park. 
Address: Colter Bay Marina Road, Moran 83013, USA
Hours: May 9-June 2: 8am-5pm; June 3-September 7: 8am-7pm; September 8-October 12: 8am-5pm.
Admission: Free, aside from the $30 vehicle pass to visit Grand Teton National Park.
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What are Colter Bay Visitor Center hours of operation?
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Colter Bay Visitor Center hours of operation: May 9-June 2: 8am-5pm; June 3-September 7: 8am-7pm; September 8-October 12: 8am-5pm.. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.

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