Colter Bay Campground
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We stayed here for 2 weeks. It fit our 41 ft rig nicely. Staff nice and helpful.
Was able to do Grand Tetons and Yellowstone from here.
A tad pricey, but the only one in area with full hookups and fit our rig.
Since you?re not too near anything and in a Nat?l Park, it?s nice bc there is a small grocery store and places to eat within walking distance.
Grand Teton National Park
I stayed here for a couple of days while visiting Grand Teton National Park. I was not impressed. The sites are just pull offs on the various loops in the campground. The bath house was terrible, loaded with bugs and not clean. Showers are at the Village store and are for a fee. Water spigots are dispersed in the campground. I expected so better from a National Park.
The is a dump station at the entrance. There are select hours to run a generator.
Good for the price
Stayed seven days, saw Yellowstone and the grand Tetons. Met many nice people while camping there. Ate at the restaurant and the young people were great especially Ullia and Caline. The laundry was a bad place. 90 per cent of the washers and dryers were broke...a mad house! He's would stay again
All in a row
This is one of the most unusual parking means I have seen in a campground. It's like pulling into a parking spot, so all the RVs are 'parked' in a row, at least in a number of the loops. We were in M loop. Some loops have a 24' maximum length, some are longer. Don't confuse this campground with the Colter Bay RV Park, which is right next door. We were close to Jackson Lake; went down and watched the sun come up over the Tetons. Wow! There is a playground for kids and it is very inexpensive.