Outdoor Learning Experiences
During your visit to Teton Science Schools, you will stay in one of our two lodges. Both lodges have three floors with participants staying on the 1st and 2nd floors. First floor rooms have three bunk beds with a full-sized or twin bed, reading lamp, alarm clock, shelf, and shared baths. Second floor rooms have a full-size bed, one or two twin bunk beds, and a private bath with toilet, sink and shower. Second floor rooms also contain a shelf, chair, small table, reading lamps and alarm clock.
Our lodge rooms are simple and comfortable without the distractions of televisions or phones. The rooms do not come stocked with toiletries, so please bring these with you.
All lodge residents may take advantage of the comfortable, central meeting room located on the first floor of the lodge. This room has a couch, a table and chairs and is also stocked with board games and cards.
During your stay you will enjoy delicious, healthy meals in our dining lodge, courtesy of our caring and hardworking kitchen staff.
Teton Science Schools typically provides breakfast and dinner in the dining lodge, while lunches are eaten in the field. Participants pack their lunches in the dining lodge, immediately following breakfast.
Nestled in the heart of Coyote Canyon sits our Outfitting Building – the nerve center for all outdoor expeditions for all the students we serve.
Outfitting is run and operated by our intelligent, creative, and driven Outdoor Learning Experiences team. Inside, outdoor gear lines the walls enabling our students to experience the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (and beyond!) during all seasons of the year. From cross-country skis and snowshoes for winter to camping gear for the warmer months, water quality study kits to field identification guides and binoculars – Outfitting provides many of the tools necessary to help students deeply engage with this place and the world around them.