Few people visiting Mormon Row today realize that the six remaining homesteads constitute about a fifth of those that once defined the Mormon Row community. Time and the harsh climate have taken an extreme toll. Most structures that remain stand abandoned and in need of repair. The farms are not interpreted and most visitors probably do not even know that the historic area is within the boundaries of Grand Teton National Park. Nevertheless, the area receives a light but steady amount of visitation. Visitors remark about inadequate parking, lack of interpretation, the deteriorated condition of many of the historic structures, and the overall lack of amenities. The purpose of this plan is to address these problems and to propose a long-term management and interpretive program for Mormon Row.
United States, Department of the Interior, National Park Service, "Management Alternatives and Environmental Assessment, Mormon Row Historic District Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming" (1999). Environmental Assessments (WY). Paper 15.