National Register of Historic Places listings in Grand Teton National Park

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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Grand Teton National Park.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Google map.[1]

There are 36 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the park, two of which are National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 21, 2017.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 4 Lazy F Dude Ranch
4 Lazy F Dude Ranch
April 23, 1990
(#90000611)
Off Teton Park Rd.
43°40′03″N 110°42′27″W / 43.6675°N 110.7075°W / 43.6675; -110.7075 (4 Lazy F Dude Ranch)
Moose Summer residence and dude ranch, also known as Sun Star Ranch
2 AMK Ranch
AMK Ranch
April 23, 1990
(#90000615)
Off U.S. Routes 27/89
43°56′20″N 110°38′30″W / 43.938889°N 110.641667°W / 43.938889; -110.641667 (AMK Ranch)
Moran Summer residence and dude ranch
3 Bar B C Dude Ranch
Bar B C Dude Ranch
April 23, 1990
(#90000624)
Off Teton Park Rd.
43°41′42″N 110°41′42″W / 43.695°N 110.695°W / 43.695; -110.695 (Bar B C Dude Ranch)
Moose One of the first and largest dude ranches in Jackson Hole
4 The Brinkerhoff
The Brinkerhoff
April 23, 1990
(#90000622)
Teton Park Rd.
43°51′03″N 110°35′35″W / 43.850833°N 110.593056°W / 43.850833; -110.593056 (The Brinkerhoff)
Moose Summer residence, used as a presidential retreat
5 Cascade Canyon Barn
Cascade Canyon Barn
August 18, 1998
(#98001023)
Cascade Canyon 5 miles upstream from Jenny Lake
43°46′05″N 110°49′22″W / 43.768056°N 110.822778°W / 43.768056; -110.822778 (Cascade Canyon Barn)
Moose Backcountry ranger patrol cabin and barn
6 Andy Chambers Ranch Historic District
Andy Chambers Ranch Historic District
April 23, 1990
(#90000623)
Mormon Row east of Moose
43°39′29″N 110°39′41″W / 43.658056°N 110.661389°W / 43.658056; -110.661389 (Andy Chambers Ranch Historic District)
Moose Nearly complete family homestead in Jackson Hole
7 Chapel of the Transfiguration
Chapel of the Transfiguration
April 10, 1980
(#80004055)
Grand Teton National Park
43°39′37″N 110°42′52″W / 43.660278°N 110.714444°W / 43.660278; -110.714444 (Chapel of the Transfiguration)
Moose Chapel built around a view of the Cathedral Group of Teton peaks
8 Cunningham Cabin
Cunningham Cabin
October 2, 1973
(#73000225)
Northeast of Moose off U.S. Routes 26/89/187 in Grand Teton National Park
43°46′44″N 110°33′28″W / 43.778889°N 110.557778°W / 43.778889; -110.557778 (Cunningham Cabin)
Moose Early Jackson Hole homestead cabin
9 Death Canyon Barn
Death Canyon Barn
August 25, 1998
(#98001024)
5 miles northwest of Phelps Lake near Alaska Basin
43°39′53″N 110°49′45″W / 43.664722°N 110.829167°W / 43.664722; -110.829167 (Death Canyon Barn)
Moose Backcountry ranger patrol cabin and barn
10 Double Diamond Dude Ranch Dining Hall
Double Diamond Dude Ranch Dining Hall
August 18, 1998
(#98001028)
5 miles north of Moose, western side of Teton Park Rd. and Cottonwood Creek
43°42′07″N 110°44′05″W / 43.701944°N 110.734722°W / 43.701944; -110.734722 (Double Diamond Dude Ranch Dining Hall)
Moose Dude ranch lodge
11 Highlands Historic District
Highlands Historic District
August 19, 1998
(#98001029)
5 miles north of park headquarters, ¼ mile west of Teton Park Rd.
43°42′32″N 110°43′45″W / 43.708889°N 110.729167°W / 43.708889; -110.729167 (Highlands Historic District)
Moose Former tourist camp used for NPS personnel
12 Hunter Hereford Ranch Historic District
Hunter Hereford Ranch Historic District
August 24, 1998
(#98001031)
Southeastern corner of park, south of Shadow Mountain along Aspen Ridge
43°40′33″N 110°36′36″W / 43.6759°N 110.60989°W / 43.6759; -110.60989 (Hunter Hereford Ranch Historic District)
Moose Former working ranch in Jackson Hole
13 Jackson Lake Lodge
Jackson Lake Lodge
July 31, 2003
(#03001039)
Teton Park Road
43°52′50″N 110°34′32″W / 43.880556°N 110.575556°W / 43.880556; -110.575556 (Jackson Lake Lodge)
Moran Designed by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, a modernist reinterpretation of lodge architecture. National Historic Landmark.
14 Jackson Lake Ranger Station
Jackson Lake Ranger Station
April 23, 1990
(#90000620)
Off Teton Park Rd.
43°52′18″N 110°34′14″W / 43.871667°N 110.570556°W / 43.871667; -110.570556 (Jackson Lake Ranger Station)
Moose Former U.S. Forest Service ranger station transferred to the National Park Service
15 Jenny Lake Boat Concession Facilities
Jenny Lake Boat Concession Facilities
August 24, 1998
(#98001032)
Southern end of Jenny Lake
43°45′04″N 110°43′31″W / 43.751111°N 110.725278°W / 43.751111; -110.725278 (Jenny Lake Boat Concession Facilities)
Moose Park concession facility
16 Jenny Lake CCC Camp NP-4
Jenny Lake CCC Camp NP-4
July 7, 2006
(#98001033)
¼ mile south of Jenny Lake on the western side of Cottonwood Creek
43°44′58″N 110°43′28″W / 43.749444°N 110.724444°W / 43.749444; -110.724444 (Jenny Lake CCC Camp NP-4)
Moose Only surviving Civilian Conservation Corps camp structure in the park
17 Jenny Lake Ranger Station Historic District
Jenny Lake Ranger Station Historic District
April 23, 1990
(#90000610)
Jenny Lake Rd.
43°45′13″N 110°43′19″W / 43.753611°N 110.721944°W / 43.753611; -110.721944 (Jenny Lake Ranger Station Historic District)
Moose Rustic ranger station
18 Kimmel Kabins
Kimmel Kabins
April 23, 1990
(#90000612)
Off Teton Park Rd.
43°44′38″N 110°43′38″W / 43.743889°N 110.727222°W / 43.743889; -110.727222 (Kimmel Kabins)
Moose Former tourist camp
19 Leek's Lodge
Leek's Lodge
September 5, 1975
(#75000216)
10 miles northwest of Moran in Grand Teton National Park off U.S. Routes 89/287
43°55′50″N 110°38′20″W / 43.930556°N 110.638889°W / 43.930556; -110.638889 (Leek's Lodge)
Moran Former tourist camp
20 Leigh Lake Ranger Patrol Cabin
Leigh Lake Ranger Patrol Cabin
April 23, 1990
(#90000618)
Off Teton Park Teton Rd. at Lehigh Lake
43°49′36″N 110°44′16″W / 43.826667°N 110.737778°W / 43.826667; -110.737778 (Leigh Lake Ranger Patrol Cabin)
Moose Backcountry ranger station
21 Geraldine Lucas Homestead-Fabian Place Historic District
Geraldine Lucas Homestead-Fabian Place Historic District
August 24, 1998
(#98001034)
4.5 miles north of Moose
43°43′16″N 110°44′03″W / 43.721111°N 110.734167°W / 43.721111; -110.734167 (Geraldine Lucas Homestead-Fabian Place Historic District)
Moose Former homesteader's cabin, associated in later years with the Snake River Land Company
22 Manges Cabin
Manges Cabin
August 19, 1998
(#98001035)
Southern end of park southeast of Taggart Lake
43°41′54″N 110°43′59″W / 43.698333°N 110.733056°W / 43.698333; -110.733056 (Manges Cabin)
Moose Homestead cabin that became part of a dude ranch
23 Menor's Ferry
Menor's Ferry
April 16, 1969
(#69000016)
Across the Snake River just above park headquarters, Grand Teton National Park
43°39′30″N 110°42′29″W / 43.658333°N 110.708056°W / 43.658333; -110.708056 (Menor's Ferry)
Moose Former ferry crossing on the Snake River operated by homesteader Bill Menor
24 Moose Entrance Kiosk
Moose Entrance Kiosk
April 23, 1990
(#90000619)
Teton Park Rd.
43°39′30″N 110°43′09″W / 43.658333°N 110.719167°W / 43.658333; -110.719167 (Moose Entrance Kiosk)
Moose Rustic style park entrance structure
25 Moran Bay Patrol Cabin Upload image
August 25, 1998
(#98001037)
Northern bank of Moran Bay on Jackson Lake
43°39′53″N 110°49′45″W / 43.664722°N 110.829167°W / 43.664722; -110.829167 (Moran Bay Patrol Cabin)
Moose Backcounty patrol cabin built by the CCC
26 Mormon Row Historic District
Mormon Row Historic District
June 5, 1997
(#97000495)
Roughly east of U.S. Routes 26/89/187 from Antelope Flats to Grand Teton National Park-Teton National Forest border
43°39′24″N 110°37′06″W / 43.656667°N 110.618333°W / 43.656667; -110.618333 (Mormon Row Historic District)
Moose Group of Mormon homesteads in Jackson Hole, includes the Andy Chambers Ranch and the T. A. Moulton Barn
27 Murie Ranch Historic District
Murie Ranch Historic District
August 24, 1998
(#98001039)
½ mile southwest of park headquarters
43°39′02″N 110°43′37″W / 43.650556°N 110.726944°W / 43.650556; -110.726944 (Murie Ranch Historic District)
Moose Former STS dude ranch incorporating the Murie Residence and the home of Olaus Murie's brother Adolph Murie, birthplace of the Wilderness Society. National Historic Landmark.
28 Murie Residence
Murie Residence
April 23, 1990
(#90000616)
Off Moose Wilson Rd.
43°39′00″N 110°43′37″W / 43.65°N 110.726944°W / 43.65; -110.726944 (Murie Residence)
Moose Home of conservationists Olaus and Mardie Murie, part of Murie Ranch Historic District National Historic Landmark
29 Old Administrative Area Historic District
Old Administrative Area Historic District
April 23, 1990
(#90000621)
Off Teton Park Rd.
43°41′10″N 110°44′08″W / 43.686111°N 110.735556°W / 43.686111; -110.735556 (Old Administrative Area Historic District)
Moose Former park headquarters area built by the CCC
30 Ramshorn Dude Ranch Lodge
Ramshorn Dude Ranch Lodge
August 19, 1998
(#98001041)
Southeastern corner of park, 2.5 miles northwest of Kelly
43°40′11″N 110°35′46″W / 43.669722°N 110.596111°W / 43.669722; -110.596111 (Ramshorn Dude Ranch Lodge)
Moose Guest ranch and climbing school now used by the Teton Science School
31 Snake River Land Company Residence and Office
Snake River Land Company Residence and Office
July 7, 2006
(#98001036)
Western bank of the Snake River, ¼ north of Moran Junction
43°50′33″N 110°30′44″W / 43.8425°N 110.512222°W / 43.8425; -110.512222 (Snake River Land Company Residence and Office)
Moose Guest ranch that became the headquarters for John D. Rockefeller, Jr.'s venture to buy land for the expansion of Grand Teton National Prk
32 String Lake Comfort Station
String Lake Comfort Station
April 23, 1990
(#90000617)
Off Teton Park Rd. at String Lake
43°47′19″N 110°43′47″W / 43.788611°N 110.729722°W / 43.788611; -110.729722 (String Lake Comfort Station)
Moose Rustic public toilet structure
33 Triangle X Barn
Triangle X Barn
August 19, 1998
(#98001042)
Eastern side of park, north of Shadow Mountain
43°45′53″N 110°34′01″W / 43.764722°N 110.566944°W / 43.764722; -110.566944 (Triangle X Barn)
Moose Local vernacular barn at the last dude ranch operating in the park
34 Upper Granite Canyon Patrol Cabin
Upper Granite Canyon Patrol Cabin
August 19, 1998
(#98001043)
Southwestern corner of park at Granite Canyon, Rendezvous Pass
43°36′49″N 110°53′50″W / 43.613611°N 110.897222°W / 43.613611; -110.897222 (Upper Granite Canyon Patrol Cabin)
Moose Backcountry patrol cabin
35 White Grass Dude Ranch
White Grass Dude Ranch
April 23, 1990
(#90000613)
Off Moose Wilson Rd.
43°39′28″N 110°46′23″W / 43.657778°N 110.773056°W / 43.657778; -110.773056 (White Grass Dude Ranch)
Moose Former dude ranch, now an architectural conservation training center
36 White Grass Ranger Station Historic District
White Grass Ranger Station Historic District
April 23, 1990
(#90000614)
Off Moose Wilson Rd.
43°39′20″N 110°46′48″W / 43.655556°N 110.78°W / 43.655556; -110.78 (White Grass Ranger Station Historic District)
Moose Backcountry ranger station

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 21, 2017.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.

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