Jenny Lake Campground, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Situated along the Grand Teton National Park bike path, Jenny Lake Campground is a haven for seasonal tent campers. Its 61 tent-only sites span a forested glacial moraine at the base of the Teton Mountain range, providing excellent opportunities for boating, hiking, and wildlife viewing, often including moose and grizzlies. The campground is just a quick walk from Jenny Lake’s east shore, where you’ll find the Jenny Lake trailhead and fantastic views of 12,330-foot-tall Teewinot Mountain. For the best selection, book your reservations starting at 8 a.m. MT, six months in advance of your arrival day. Bookings are available at recreation.gov, and the campground is open early May through late September.
Many Glacier Campground, Glacier National Park, Montana
Tucked away on the park’s eastern side in the spectacular Many Glacier Valley, the 110-site Many Glacier Campground offers easy access to pristine lakes, alpine meadows, and an incredible array of hiking trails, including the 9.7-mile out-and-back trek to Iceberg Lake. Bighorn sheep and black bear frequent the area, while nightly ranger programs entertain and enrich the experience. The campground’s sites vary between tent-only and RV camping, and they are a mix of walk-in and reservation only. The latter are available for booking through recreation.gov beginning at 8 a.m. MT, up to six months in advance of your intended arrival date. The campground is typically open mid-June through mid-September.