It was an opportunity to stop and stretch and get some real good info and a map...very polite, nice staff
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My friend and I stopped in here to grab some souvenirs before heading out of town. As we were looking around, the woman behind the counter (Colleen) asked if we needed any help. She pointed out some of the popular souvenir items and was a...More
I got my junior ranger badge here and instantly this place has become part of a special memory for me. I was here because they offer the most number of ranger programs and they are very good. I attended the program on bear 399 which...More
The Visitor Center is a great stop while visiting Grand Teton National Park. It has friendly and knowledgeable staff, a great gift shop and a nice display on Native American Art. I would definitely recommend a visit here while in the park. There are lots...More
Great advice on Grizzly Bears in the area and demo on how to use bear spay. Good nighttime presentations from rangers on beavers and bears.
The Colter Bay visitor center is very interesting. Tells a lot about the area, and the Native Americans that lived in that area of the country. Lots to do in the area around the visitor center too.
We went to the visitor center because the children like to complete the Junior Ranger Program in each national park that we visit. We always like to do one of the ranger led activities. For this particular program we learned about the stars. We had...More
I went to the visitor center to ask about a bird I had seen, 3 people behind the desk had no interest ! I was very disappointed in the lack of knowledge or seeking someone who might have interest in my questions.
When you on holiday thousands of miles from home for some of us every minute counts. We always call in at the visitor centres first to see if there are any Road closures of other problems in the park and there were. Small museum featuring...More
The sign says, "Colter Bay Visitor Center," but it should also read, "Indian Arts Museum." Yes, you can get your information from the Rangers and volunteers, but this is a MUST stop for the Indian Arts Museum. The displays are first rate. Spectacular! Apparently, what...More