MORMON ROW FEATURING THE MOULTON BARNS
Mormon Row, formerly known as the town of Grovont was settled in the late 1890's by the mormons. due to the homestead act of 1862, which granted land ownership to anyone willing to build a house and cultivate the area for five years, this community was able prosper in the area east of blacktail butte. in the mid-1900's, mormon Row was acquired to expand grand teton national park and in 1997 the district was added to the national register of historic places. today it has been said that the moulton barns are two of the most photographed barns in the world due to their historic nature and their ionic setting with the majestic teton range in the background. The chambers homestead and the Thomas Murphy barns are equally photogenic and if you decide to visit these barns you definitely won't be alone.