Teton Science Schools
An inspiring experience
Located on the eastern edge of Grand Teton National Park, the Kelly Campus of Teton Science Schools is the original home of Teton Science Schools programming beginning in 1974. The campus is home to visiting school and youth groups, faculty and staff as well as variety of native wildlife throughout the year. Moose, bison, bears, wolves, foxes, deer, elk, hawks and other species are commonly seen on or near the Kelly Campus.
Private Events at our Kelly Campus
Our Kelly Campus is located on the east edge of Grand Teton National Park. The campus can accommodate mid-sized, mission-aligned gatherings for as many as 50 guests, and it offers expansive views of the Teton Range and Snake River Valley.
Lodging: Private cabins with baths for 1-6 guests per cabin or bunkhouse style lodges with shared baths for up to twenty-five guests per lodge, bed and bath linens provided. Total lodging capacity of 85 people
Meeting Spaces: Capacity up to 45 people
- Indoor: Nationally Historic Main Lodge Building, Stokes Building (lab, earth science classroom, Kids classroom, Murie Museum), Spur Ridge Classroom, Dining Lodge.
- Outdoor: Playfield, Picnic table areas, creek access, hiking trails through four ecological communities, and access to adjacent Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Seasonality: Year round