WITH YOUR HELP, WE’VE MADE REMARKABLE CONTRIBUTIONS TO GRAND TETON
The construction dust has settled, but the impacts of our past projects continue to benefit Grand Teton National Park and its visitors.
We approach each of our fundraising initiatives with high regard for quality and alignment with park priorities, ensuring their relevance long into the future.
PROJECTS WE'VE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED
The Moulton Ranch Cabins were the last privately-held piece of property on the iconic Mormon Row Historic District. The owners, Hal and Iola Blake, sold their Mormon Row property to Grand Teton National Park Foundation in 2018. This continues a near century-long effort to manage and conserve land within Grand Teton’s boundaries, a vision that has incrementally shaped the park that we know today. The existing lodging facilities will be utilized for seasonal employee housing—a critical need for Grand Teton.
The Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center, Grand Teton National Park Foundation’s flagship project, is a 22,000-square-foot facility that orients, educates, and inspires visitors to make discoveries of their own in the park. The result of an innovative public-private collaboration between Grand Teton National Park and the Foundation, the center has been welcoming visitors to Grand Teton since its opening in 2007.
The Jenny Lake Renewal Project was completed in 2019. The well-loved area's trails, bridges, key destinations, and visitor complex have transformed into a portal for discovery and now allow people with a wider range of abilities to connect with the park in meaningful, memorable ways.
On December 12, 2016, the National Park Service purchased 640 acres within Grand Teton National Park from the State of Wyoming. The Antelope Flats purchase was made possible by the successful completion of an eight-month fundraising campaign by Grand Teton National Park Foundation and the National Park Foundation that raised $23 million in private funds.