We arrived in Moran, WY, which is just outside the eastern entrance of the Grand Teton National Park. This is the most expensive campground that we have seen on our trip. It’s also the only one that had room for a couple of days.
Few campgrounds have a restaurant but this one had a very fine small cafe. We found that the fresh grilled trout was very good.
The town of Jackson,WY, is at the south entrance of the park. The whole area is referred to as Jackson Hole due to the very large valley at the base of the mountains. The square in downtown Jackson has an arch made of old Elk antlers at each corner. We have even seen lighting chandeliers made out of Elk antlers.