We provide comfortable life preservers that must properly fit all passengers (required to be worn on all float trips) and rain ponchos if needed. Remember, mountain weather can be unpredictable.
National Park Float Trips is owned and operated by the Turner family of Triangle X Ranch. Five generations of the Turner family have been welcoming visitors to Grand Teton National Park and sharing their love of the Jackson Hole.
We begin our scenic float trips in early May and run through September with several departures daily. We float the most scenic stretches of the Snake River in the Jackson Hole valley, entirely within Grand Teton National Park.
You should bring a light jacket or sweater as temperatures can be cool on the water. Dress in casual clothing and wear soft soled shoes for your comfort. You might want to also bring sunglasses or hats for shade, camera, binoculars and a reusable water bottle with water.
Our equipment is maintained in excellent condition. Rafts are roomy and comfortable and we designed them with your safety in mind.
Children through seniors enjoy our float trips. Children must be at least 5 years old and properly fit into an approved flotation device (must weigh 50 lbs). Minimum age requirements may be modified due to changing river conditions. Are you wondering if this trip is right for you? View our Essential Eligibility Criteria.
In order to receive a full refund we must receive your notice of cancellation 24 hours or more prior to the scheduled departure time of your trip. No-shows forfeit full-price of the trip. If National Park Float Trips cancels a trip due to inclement weather or unfavorable river conditions we will either reschedule you or provide a full refund. SINCE MOUNTAIN WEATHER CHANGES FREQUENTLY, WEATHER DECISIONS LEADING TO CANCELLATIONS ARE NOT MADE UNTIL THE DEPARTURE TIME OF THE TRIP.
We pride ourselves in offering you scenic float trips with experienced guides in a beautiful and unspoiled wilderness setting. However, like any outdoor activities engaged in a wilderness environment, the float trips and other activities we offer involve inherent risks which may lead to injury, property damage, or death. Our guests must be willing to accept these risks for the services we provide.
Under Wyoming law, the recreation provider is not responsible for injury, death, or property damage to participants resulting from the inherent risks of rafting and other recreational opportunities, pursuant of Wyoming Statute.