|Maintained by WYDOT|
|Length:||15 mi (24 km)
7.70 miles (12.39 km) as WY 390
|South end:||WYO 22 in Wilson|
|Teton Village Road in Teton Village|
|North end:||GTNP Park Headquarters in Moose|
Moose–Wilson Road is a road in the U.S. state of Wyoming; the southern The 7.70 miles (12.39 km) of the road outside of Grand Teton National Park is Wyoming Highway 390 (WYO 390). The road runs about 15 miles (24 km) through the Jackson Hole valley from its intersection with WYO 22 east of Wilson on the south to Moose in Grand Teton National Park on the north end.
The road is the primary route from Jackson, Wyoming to Teton Village and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, which is located just south of the national park border. The area along the road to the ski area was originally ranch land, but it has been progressively developed over the years.
After entering the park, the road narrows and winds its way through a forested area along the edge of the mountains. A number of trailheads are accessible from the road, including the Death Canyon / Phelps Lake trailhead located about 5 miles (8.0 km) from the northern terminus of the state designation. The road's terminus is the park's headquarters and visitor center.
The entire route is in Teton County.
|Wilson||0.00||0.00||WYO 22 (Teton Pass Highway) – Jackson, Wilson||Southern terminus of WYO 390 and Moose–Wilson Road|
|Teton Village||6.60||10.62||Teton Village Road|
Entering Grand Teton National Park
|Northern terminus of WYO 390
Moose–Wilson Road continues north without designation
|Moose||14.6||23.5||To US 26 / US 89 / US 191 / Teton Park Road|
|15||24||Park Headquarters / Visitor Center||Northern terminus of Moose–Wilson Road|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Moose Wilson Road, Wyoming, a census designated place