Boat ride on Jenny Lake in Teton National ParkTypes of Boating and the Options Available in Teton National Park

There are a bunch of ways you can enjoy Teton park in a boat, even if you don’t have one. You can rent a boats from a small one person kayak, right up to a pontoon boat! You and your family can easily get out on the water today, and the prices are pretty reasonable. If you don’t feel like renting a boat and you just want to have a nice leisurely boat ride, there are also several options for that too.

Your Options for Boating in the Park Include

  • Canoe and kayak rental for Jenny lake and Jackson lake
  • Motorboat rental with various boat sizes available
  • Guided boating scenic tours
  • Hiring a guide for a drift boat float trip (scenic and fishing trips available) on the Snake river
  • Hiring a guide for a whitewater rafting trip on the Snake river

Read on for complete details about all of these options below

Renting Boats, Canoes and Kayaks in Teton Park

Rental of various types of boats is available starting in May and goes through September. Boat rental is a great way to see hidden portions of Teton park, without worrying about having a tour guide. You can explore the banks of various lakes at your own pace while taking in the stunning beauty his park has to offer. [Learn more about prices, types of boats you can rent and other info here]

Taking a Scenic Boat Tour in the Park

Spending some time taking a boat cruise is an ideal way to enjoy your vacation. You will not only be able to relax and enjoy the ride, but you will learn about the history, local wildlife and geology of the area from your experienced tour guide. [Click here to learn more about boat tours]

Hiring a Guide for a Rafting, Floating or Fishing Trip in GTNP

Hiring a river guide for the fishing experience of a lifetime, enjoying a whitewater trip down the Snake river canyon, or just floating down the river in a drift boat. All of these are options for your day here in Teton park. You can witness the breathtaking views of the Tetons while floating down the famous snake river. [Click here to find out more about float trips in the park]

See the nps.gov website here for more info

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