Wyoming has long been noted for its sprawling natural wonders. The state has a rich collection of mountains, canyons, and bodies of water. Since Wyoming overall has less development than other areas of the U.S., many of these natural sites offer an aura of mystery.

Trying to pinpoint an exact locale to visit within Wyoming might seem challenging. Lake Jenny is one stop that is worth a visit because of its scenic views, tranquil environment, and recreation opportunities.

For more details on Jenny Lake and the Grand Teton National Park, visit the National Park Services’ web page devoted to the scenic site.

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