Visitors are drawn to Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming for its rugged mountains, beautiful valleys, and endless wilderness. A lot of these gems really stand out, but there are still some hidden gems in the park that aren’t quite as obvious. Here are some of the lesser-visited parts of the park, some of the Grand Teton hidden gems you ought to check out as soon as you can!

If you’re planning a visit to this incredible national park, there’s no better time to visit than during National Park Week. Learn all about this celebration of America’s great outdoors — including fee-free days throughout the year!

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National Parks to Visit in Wyoming

What are the best state parks in Wyoming? 

Some of the best state parks in Wyoming include:

  • Keyhole State Park, which can be found in Moorcroft. It’s known by the locals for its excellent fishing, beautiful lake views, and wonderful camping opportunities.
  • Hot Springs State Park, which is home to exactly what the name implies: an incredible natural thermal spring that spits out more than 8,000 gallons of water daily. Fun fact: Hot Springs State Park is famous for its springs AND the fascinating bison herds that roam about the area.


There are plenty more, but those ones ought to be a great start!  

What are the most popular hiking trails in Wyoming? 

Wyoming is a hiker’s dream come true, and with more than 1,000 amazing trails to choose from, we’re pretty sure you’ll never get bored. No matter what kind of hiker you are or how skilled you may or may not be, there’s a trail in Wyoming for you. The most popular hiking trails in Wyoming are:

  • The Cascade Canyon Trail, located in Grand Teton National Park and rated as moderate. It’s longer, at just over nine miles in length, but every step is worth it.
  • The Jenny Lake Trail and Taggart Lake Loop, also at Grand Teton National Park.
  • The Grand Prismatic Hot Spring trail and the Upper Geyser Basin (which has views of Old Faithful) are found at Yellowstone National Park. 

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