Located inside Grand Teton National Park, the Kelly Campus is the first home of Teton Science Schools. From here one may enjoy views of the Gros Ventre Mountains, the sage flats of Jackson Hole and across the Snake River to the rising of the majestic Teton Range. This campus houses the Murie Museum, where ecological work centers on field science experiences in a wilderness setting. This campus is also home to our Graduate Program and other residential educational programs. The campus is comprised of rustic log buildings preserved in an historic western setting. Some were built during the dude ranching days, while others have been moved from other historic locations in Jackson Hole.
Main Lodge - There is one large classroom with a capacity of 50 and office space for staff and faculty.
Dining Lodge - The lodge can seat 45 for meals. Professional kitchen staff with industrial equipment is on site. Food services are provided or the ability to provide your own catering is an option. Diners enjoy amazing views of the Tetons from their seats.
Murie Museum - According to the wishes of Adolph, Louise and Mardy Murie, Teton Science Schools utilizes the Murie Collection in its educational programs. The collection, given to Teton Science Schools in 1973, contains 600+ bird study skins, 1000+ mammal study skins, skulls from almost every family of North American mammals and hundreds of plant specimens. Virtually every participant at Teton Science Schools’ Kelly Campus spends time examining the Murie Collection for lessons in adaptation, identification and ecological connections. There is also an additional classroom with capacity for 30 people.
Two bunkhouse-style dormitories - 20 beds in each dorm that can sleep 40 people total.
Sleeping Indian and Crystal Creek - Sleeping Indian sleeps seven same gender particiapants with a shared bath. Crystal Creek offers two bedrooms with a private bath to accommodate a total of six participants.
Spur Ridge Classroom - Classroom with capacity for 50.
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