This post represents another installment in the series detailing the first of our three cross country National Parks camping trips with travel trailer in tow.
Grand Teton National Park is one of my husband’s favorite Parks. The Historic District down near Menor’s Ferry is the area that calls to him the most, I think. He loves exploring the flatlands near the Snake River with the craggy peaks of the Teton Range providing a rugged backdrop against the broad blue sky.
It is in this area that the iconic photo that appears on SO many calendars can be taken: horses grazing behind an old rail fence, with one or more of the Park’s historic buildings in the background.