String Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Categories: Bodies of Water, Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
String Lake is located in Grand Teton National Park, in the U. S. state of Wyoming. The natural lake is located at the outflow of Leigh Lake. A small wetland area is on the northwest side of the lake and is prime moose habitat. A short half mile (.8 km) long creek connects String Lake to Jenny Lake to the south. The lake can easily be accessed by vehicle and a number of trails commence from the String Lake trailhead parking area.Before you head to Moose, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Moose family vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Moose has to offer, including String Lake.
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Only had an afternoon to spend in Grand Teton park on our way to Yellowstone and wanted to get out of the car and stretch our legs so chose the String Lake trail as its just under 3 miles and designat... read more »
Brought picnic to enjoy at one of their numerous picnic tables, then let the kids wade in the lake. After a few minutes they asked if they could please come out because the water was so cold! Around t... read more »
This is a beautiful and very easy walk along the lake depending on how much of it you want to do. Recommend for a short afternoon relaxed jaunt.
Beautiful little lake to canoe or kayak. Small, but very scenic. If you want more adventure; you have to portage, for about 1/4 mile, to reach the much bigger Leigh Lake. But, it is well worth it! Spectacular views of the Tetons, and very serene... no power boats on either.
The water is warm enough to swim in. Popular with families and children.
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