Mormon Row is a line of homestead complexes along the Jackson-Moran Road near the southeast corner of Grand Teton National Park, in the valley called Jackson Hole. The rural historic landscape's period of significance includes the construction of the Andy Chambers, T.A. Moulton and John Moulton farms from 1908 to the 1950s.
Mormon Row nowadays is probably most remembered for its barns, which have been photographed thousands of times. Photographers can’t get enough of them. The most famous of the structures is on the south end of the row, right before the private residences begin, the so-called Moulton Barn:
The shot with the Tetons in the background is what grabs people. But then barn is picturesque even from the other side:
On the north side of the row is a set of structures, including several barns, a house, and various smaller structures:
And let’s not forget the ever memorable outhouse, which, as can be seen in the second photo below, is still in use!