Bursting with wildlife and nature, the Grand Teton National park does not fall short from being remarkable. A hike or a cruise around Jenny Lake, or an ironically nature surrounded trail to Death Canyon, are calming experiences anyone in Wyoming must try at least once. While if a relaxing scenic drive is more your thing a 20 mile ride along Teton Park Road does not disappoint.
Buffalo Bill State Park offers a place for a cool dip for wary travelers and an easy selection of campgrounds for those needing a place to rest. But don’t go out of your way to get here, as this state park is more of a lookout for the nearby Buffalo Bill dam than anything else.