Jackson Lake is a natural long (25 km) and narrow lake in Grand Teton National Park, next to Yellowstone Park. Some of its water is used to irrigate crops. The Teton Range peaks west of the lake add special beauty and peaceful to the lake. The lake area is very good for picnics.
This was a beautiful place to get the most majestic views of the mountains. The lake reflections were not the best but we still got great pictures!
We took the Jackson Lake Cruise from Colter Bay Marina. It was absolutely beautiful. They take you clear across the lake to the base of the Tetons. We saw quite a bit of wildlife. Plus they give a talk during the cruise with tons of information and some amazing stories. We…
We rented a canoe at Colter Bay Village and headed out onto the lake, which was still and peaceful. Amazing scenery, recommended.
We were able to get many beautiful pictures of Jackson Lake with the mountains in the background. Beautiful drive.