The upcoming total solar eclipse will put more people in Grand Teton National Park than have ever been there before. Park Spokeswoman Denise Germann says on August 21st, there will be a lot of visitors coming to the park as it's the only place in the Rockies in the path of the total solar eclipse. Germann says safety is their primary concern. Hotels in and around the park have been booked for months.
To reduce congestion at the entrances to the park, the entry fee will be waived that day.