The Jackson Lake Lodge cottages feature one- and two-bed layouts which can accommodate up to 5 guests. Registered as a Historic Landmark and exuding rustic charm, the legendary Jackson Lake Lodge is the largest eco-friendly resort in Grand Teton National Park. “Breathtaking" does not begin to describe the view at the lodge. Imagine 60-foot high windows along the entire length of the upper lobby, with a panoramic view of an open meadow frequented by local wildlife, pristine Jackson Lake, and the majestic Teton Range towering above. For some, this view alone is reason enough to visit the lodge, and many guests spend hours in the lobby or out on the patio taking in its majesty. Serving as the hub of activity in the park, the lodge boasts 385 rooms and cottages, and offers all the amenities and services one would expect from a full-service resort, including fine dining, recreation, meeting space, retail shops, a swimming pool, a playground and even an exhibit featuring Native American artifacts and Western art. Spend the day indulging in outdoor adventure with hiking, scenic rafting, horseback riding, or a bus tour of the park. Be sure to take a break at the Pioneer Grill and cool off with a thick huckleberry milkshake. In the evening, grab a cocktail and lighter fare on the outdoor terrace at the Blue Heron Lounge where, if you’re lucky, you’ll spot a moose, elk or other wildlife grazing in the meadow below. Then head out to the pool and savor authentic Western fare served along with a campfire and live music at the Pool BBQ, or make a reservation for fine Rocky Mountain-style cuisine and more incredible views at The Mural Room.