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Bears in the trees, moose in the marshes, bison in the fields... if you are looking to see wildlife in Wyoming, this is hard to beat. And the scenery is nothing less than awe-inspiring. Highly, highly recommend this drive.
We drove Moose-Wilson Road three different times while in the Tetons. The first two times we saw nothing, but the third time was the charm! It was after sunset with just a little light left and there was a cow moose with two calves right...More
Drove this road a few times and once stopped in the parking area for 2 hours waiting. No moose. Other reviewers have posted they've seen them but we didn't. Disappointed. Road is narrow but not that bad and easy enough to drive with a normal...More
Road was bad, drivers couldn’t drive. Likely to get in a crash with an out of state tourist in a rental. Only plus is it is s good place to catch a glimpse of an animal. If the road is open and park employees don’t...More
The road had just open after being closed for 10 days because of grizzly activity.No luck seeing a grizzly but a black bear wondered by fairly close.
We didn’t see any other wildlife on this road.I was really hoping to see a moose but no...More
I drove this wretched excuse for a road hoping to see wildlife but got a flat tire instead. Full of giant unavoidable bone-crunching holes and graced with signs saying not to park in case you do see any animals, this road was a disaster for...More
Driving Moose - Wilson road rarely disappoints if you are looking for wildlife. Driving it early morning and around dusk are the best times. Elk, moose, deer, and black bears are seen on a regular basis. If you are in the area, don’t miss it.
No problems driving a sedan. We drove a mid sized SUV and had no issues. There are not many pull offs so you wind up 1/3rd on the road and the rest off the road. I agree with the individual that suggested the turnaround... More
No problems driving a sedan. We drove a mid sized SUV and had no issues. There are not many pull offs so you wind up 1/3rd on the road and the rest off the road. I agree with the individual that suggested the turnaround near the end. Entering from near Moose Bridge is the best. Good luck with wildlife watching.