Answer: The TOJ has an ordinance that does not allow for camping on city streets, city parking lot, and public parking structures. We encourage visitors to make reservations well in advance of their trip at privately held campgrounds or to camp in designated campground on public lands outside of the town limits (i.e. forest service, national parks, BLM Etc.). The good news is approximately 97% of Teton County is consider public lands that offer an abundance of areas to camp. Popular locations are: Curtis Canyon, Mosquito Creek, Shadow Mountain, Hoback Canyon, Snake River Canyon and Fall Creek Road.