Grand Teton National Park is immediately south of Yellowstone National Park. It's known for its stunning mountain views across the Snake River. It's also a great park for wildlife, including elk, bison, eagles, and bears.
Compared to Yellowstone, it's not as crowded and its easier to find a campsite and you don't need reservations. That said, it's still a very popular park and prime campsites fill early. We just missed the last spot at Jenny Lake but were very satisfied with a spot in the tent-only loop in the big campground at Colter Bay. The campsites were reasonably big, with enough trees and vegetation to provide some privacy.
distance from Kalamazoo: 1600 miles
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