Jenny Lake Boating Inc

Jenny Lake, Visitor Center, Moose, WY 83012, USA

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  • Ian Glycenfer   Aug 26, 2022

    We rented a canoe for the day, and it was so wonderful. We went around the shoreline, stopped at a pebble beach and read and swam for a bit, made it to the headwaters on the north side, then ended up docking at a sandy beach near the dock for the lake shuttle. From there we hiked to hidden falls and inspiration point, highly recommend!! Then hung out on the sandy beach for a little bit while we snacked, relaxed in the sun, and swam some more. There’s so many nice little spots to pull off and hangout on the shoreline. If you’re thinking about hiking Jenny lake trail, perhaps consider this instead. Hiking is great but being on the water while getting to see the whole perimeter of the lake, and getting to hike inspiration point on top of that was just a great way to experience the lake. On top of everything, we saw an otter at the very end of the day! He was so cute!!

  • Alic Wired   Aug 29, 2022

    This is a must, if you want a refreshing short boat ride to some great mountain hiking. It'll save you a 3.5 mile hike each way around the lake, so you spend your energy at a much more picturesque and challenging backcountry mountain hiking. The boat ride is $20-something with return ticket stamped on your hand. You'll see a waterfall, some spectacular views of the lake Jenny, and some wildlife on your hike.

  • Jenny Rizzo   Jul 20, 2023

    We rented 2 kayaks for the day on Jenny Lake and it was so worth the money. $25/hour or $100/ day per boat. The staff are so friendly and know a lot about the area, highly recommend if you want to get a view of the Tetons from the lake!

  • Celeste Ruppelt   Aug 11, 2023

    Jenny Lake Boating (7-7 summer hours) is the concessionaire that provides shuttle services across Jenny Lake. Reservations are not needed as the boats run continuously throughout the day, both out and back, and the wait is not usually long. Purchase tickets at East Boat Dock, and you’ll usually be able to get on the next boat. It’s a fun 7-minute cruise across the lake, with an informed pilot who will tell you all you need to know, and when to be back at the West Cascade Dock for the last boat back. The boat features life-jackets and bus-style seating, under a canopy. Bring a light jacket as the wind across the water can feel cold, and don’t forget your camera. Cascade Dock was where we saw our only bear in GTNP. A juvenile Brown bear was scouting out the dock area just yards from people who were waiting on the shuttle boat. This was a spur-of the moment choice for us and we really enjoyed it. Tickets were $17 (senior fare) each, and credit cards are accepted.

  • Karan Pai   Aug 18, 2023

    The most visited spot in Grand Teton national park. Beautiful mountains and lake. Recommend to take the boat across the lake and hike to see hidden falls and the overlook. Boat ride costs $20/ adult round trip. A must visit!

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