From Teton National Park:
Roads and facilities will be more congested than normal for peak season on
the day of the eclipse and in the days leading up to and after the eclipse.
Everyone is encouraged to carpool, bike or hike to minimize traffic.
Traffic may come to gridlock on major park roads during the time before
and after the eclipse.
Cell and internet service is NOT anticipated to be consistent or available in
most areas of the park the day of the eclipse due to high volume of users.
Camping is only allowed in designated park campgrounds and in the
backcountry with a valid permit.
There will be an increased presence of law enforcement and emergency
services in the park.
Roadside parking will be prohibited along US Hwy 89 and the Teton Park
Road on August 21.
Additional portable toilets will be strategically located throughout the park,
including along the Gros Ventre Road viewing area.
Public information will be shared at visitor centers and entrance stations, as
well as the park’s website, Facebook and Twitter accounts at
GrandTetonNPS, park’s mobile app, park eclipse info line at 307 739-3566,
park road info line at 307-739-3682.
The park is collaborating with local federal agencies and county officials to
maintain a consistent message and to provide for public safety.