Jackson Lake Lodge at Grand Teton National Park
The Jackson Lake Lodge cultural landscape shares a boundary with the Jackson Lake Lodge National Historic Landmark District, located in the heart of Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park. Perched at the edge of a natural terrace, the landscape offers expansive views to the Willow Flats, Jackson Lake, and the Teton Range.

The landscape is exceptionally important in areas of architecture, landscape architecture, conservation, and recreation. It was the design precursor to the NPS Mission 66 program, calling for modernized facilities to meet increased visitation. The Jackson Lake Lodge was the first building built by the NPS as an adaptation of the modern style. It is viewed as a transitional design, using Rustic style elements in an otherwise contemporary composition.

The district contains the lodge, guest cottages, employee housing, corral, service station area, Lunch Tree Hill, trails, and two entry roads from different periods.
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