9 RV Parks near Driggs, Idaho
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Driggs. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Driggs in the left hand column.
2901 Egbert Ave, Tetonia, ID Tetonia, Idaho 83452 (map) | (208)456-2969
Sites: 30 | Latest Rate: $64.00 | 27 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $64.00
Distant views of the mountains are a plus at this gravel parking lot with closely spaced sites. Our pull-thru site was level and plenty long for our 37' MH and toad, and the water, electricity, and sewer hookups were convenient. The WiFi as a bit inconsistent, but gave good Internet thruput when it was working. The bathrooms and WiFi were clean and neat. Overall we thought the price was very high for the amenities provided, but seems typical for this region. - DaveInOhio
Jul 2016 - $69.00
While a bit pricey, we opted for this campground in hopes of views of the western slopes of the Tetons ... and were not disappointed. We arrived after fighting 60 MPH cross winds and hail and were welcomed warmly by the owners who made our check-in process quick and easy. This campground is located in a small town, far away from the any other towns. However, we found the "locals' warm and friendly. All in all, worth the drive. - dandd
Jul 2015 - $45.00
The staff is very friendly and helpful. The park is not very busy as most of the sites were empty but the motel was full. We would stay here again if in the area. - Norm Nice Guy
May 2017 - $70.00
We should have paid close attention to the post below. Their observations were spot on, though we are rating them much lower. The $70 plus per night for this RV park is more than triple what they should charge. The facility should be shut down during the current extensive construction process.
Succinctly, it is a construction zone. They will not tell you this when you make reservations. Sadly, they are not moving fast with the construction. There are exposed pipes, open ditches, electrical boxes knocked over, etc. The gravel roads are more dust or mud than gravel with construction debris adjacent to the road. Dirt or mud is a problem everywhere due to the construction. Given the level of construction, my guess is that they are two years from completion.
The majority of the sites are extremely thin, (thinner than most of the older KOA's) to the point that when you step out of your rig, you may trip over your neighbors' sewer pipe or the water supply. Most sites share the water supply. You may not be able to fully extend an awning. Depending on the width of your neighbors slide out, they may not be able to fully extend it.
The electrical is such that you share an electrical pole. The first one there gets the 50-amp as there is only one 50-amp plug for the pole. The back row of sites backs up to a neighborhood that appears a bit sketchy given the trash & junk cars in the yards. The only guaranteed satellite friendly site is 104.
Big rigs will have very tight turns in this park. Wi-Fi is weak. The only saving grace to this park is the work-camper couples that do their very best to work around all of the ongoing issues. We WILL NOT return to this park. There are others in Jackson Hole that are much nicer though more expensive. This park is 30 to 45 minutes from Jackson Hole. - Field Trip
May 2017 - $55.00
This looks like it used to be a really nice park, but has recently been purchased by a large corporation which handles luxury hotels and resorts and they are tearing out the RV sites and putting in cabins. It is currently under major construction. The electrical system has been damaged so not all remaining RV sites have working electricity. We were here prior to high season so were able to put our car in the next site, as ours did not have room, and hook into that space's electric pole. The park's phones and reservations are handled by a call center not in the US where those answering don't seem to know anything about RVs and what they need, e.g., length, hook ups, etc., nor can they give you directions or information about the area. The couple now managing on site were very pleasant and helpful, but it took at least an hour to find a site our 30' MH would fit and have full hookups. But then, one of them trimmed the trees and raked out the area by our steps. So in my opinion, they are the best thing about this RV park. Maybe by next season, the owners will have it figured out. The scenery is beautiful and the area close to the Tetons and Grand Canyon. - Ramblin' Duo
Sep 2016 - $50.00
Stayed here for 10 days. Close to Jackson and the Tetons. It is a small mixed use( tenting and trailers) park. Sites are long enough but quite narrow. We really liked the way that even though the spaces were narrow, landscaping was such that it was very private. FHU. No cable and satellite was a bit tricky to set up but we were able to manage. Wifi worked well for us and Verizon Signal was strong. Staff was friendly and helpful. Our daughter and son- in-law stopped by to spend the night on their way home for a trip and we were not charged for their stay. There is an area for children to play. We would definitely stay here again. - california traveler
Jul 2010 - $86.00
We found this park to have very little as forms of creature comforts for the nightly rate of $86 + tax. The sites were mostly small and unimproved dirt which turned to mud after a rain shower. The restrooms and showers were dirty from people tracking in the mud. Most sites would require some leveling blocks in order to level your rig. The staff was not very helpful and unprofessional. I wouldn't recommend this campground if anything else was available. Best described as overpriced and mediocre. - yachtjockey
Jul 2008 - $59.00
No longer a KOA park, new owners. The entrance is not well marked and tight to get around in a big rig. The park needs some TLC but it appears the owners are working toward. There are a few spots with plenty of room for Big Rigs. WI-FI and Cable worked well at our site. - Mullet Republic LLC
May 2007 - $58.00
This RV park was sold in 2006. It was suppose to be developed but the new owner is having permit problems. He reopened it in May 2007 as the Moose-Wilson Campground. It is treed but the sites are tight. Through no fault of his own, he is not really too knowledgeable about running a campground. But he is trying. The staff is also inexperienced. I suspect he will close the campground as soon as he gets the permits to develop the area. But with Teton Co., who knows when that will happen. There are few options in Jackson Hole for full hookup camping. I suggest reservations for the high season June - mid-Sept. Perhaps even later. - Snake River Kid
May 2017 - $68.00
As other reviewers have said, their aren't many good options in this area. The good here is that the staff is very friendly and helpful. The rest is really disappointing. First, this is not a "resort". There are no amenities beyond pretty good wifi. No cable, pool, playground, exercise room or clubhouse as you would expect at a "resort". The sites are gravel, not really level and very narrow. For a big rig, the turns are very tight, but doable. There are plenty of trees so satellite reception could be a challenge. We looked at all the options and the reviews and found this to be the best option, but that's not saying much. My guess is this is an old park that has new ownership & management that should either invest in or drop the "resort" from the name. - McGarrert50
Mar 2017 - $47.00
Great site just south of ski area
Easy in and out
Pull thru tight but easy without car attached
Easy hook ups
Clean shower s - Tom Borror
Sep 2016 - $143.00
This is hard to rate because the park is so incredibly expensive. However, unless you reserve months in advance, you can't get into one of the national park or forest service campgrounds. The local KOA couldn't accommodate our 37 foot rig. Long story short, we were stuck. Our site, 92, was located on the exterior edge with beautiful woods and a stream around us. The site was gorgeous and quite long. The water and electrical connections were appropriately placed but the sewer connection was uphill and behind the camper. The WiFi connection was OK. The laundry was exceptionally clean but there were only 4 washers. The park was very quiet. Jackson has an elaborate network of paved biking/walking trails and the campground is adjacent to one of the trails. The location in Wilson was ideal for exploring the national park and for enjoying the amenities in Jackson Hole. So, the biggest beef with this park is the price. - The Regans
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This is a nice small RV park and a few cabins in Swan Valley, ID. It is heavily treed, so lots of shade. Somehow even in the trees our satellite worked from space 6, but it is mounted at the very rear of our rig. No fire pits at each site, but there are a couple of ramshackle fire pits on site if one really wants a fire they could walk over and use. The water spigots at the sites were not working, the owner had rigged up water hoses running throughout with splitters that you tie into. I certainly hope this is a temporary thing because it does not seem like it would be sanitary to operate in this manner. There is some sort of municipal facility next door with heavy equipment running all day (waste transfer station maybe), but no smell or birds or anything, just noise of machinery during working hours. We liked this place overall. No wifi at our site though I am not sure they advertise wifi as one of their amenities. I hear it is available closer to the office.
The owner needs to get the water fixed and change the layout for the sewer connection, it has to go over a railroad tie and is kind of far away, making it not function correctly. Some trees should be trimmed to avoid scraping the rvs. - Stax
May 2016 - $30.00
Nice small campground, great place if you fly fish. We stayed one night as we passed through. The utilities worked well, not much to do in the area except fish or a little sightseeing. Quite at night, but some daytime traffic to a transfer station for refuse. We would stay again if passing through. - jtl2
Sep 2015 - $27.00
This is a great, quite park off the highway. Spent one night passing through on our way to Mt. Rushmore. No restrooms or showers where available, but used my motorhome. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Had wi-fi and AT&T cell coverage. Would stay here again. - shadetree
Jun 2008 - $20.00
We stopped here while on the way to the Tetons. Nice little campground with good power, adequate water pressure, and sewer. Campsites are far enough away from the road to get a good night's sleep. We had good cell, Aircard, and satellite reception. Our site was level and it was on gravel but we saw other sites that had grass. There's enough room to get your slides and awning out. The campground is behind a store and a Sinclair gas station. Management was very friendly. We didn't see any fire pits or raised BBQs, which was fine with us since we both get sick and tired of breathing wood smoke. Palisade Reservoir is nearby for fishing, boating, etc. We would stay here again. - jannie5
May 2017 - $39.00
A little expensive. Very nice, helpful employees. Great views. Quiet and peaceful. Our site leveled quite easily. - Mary_J
Sep 2016 - $13.00
A great campground to visit the Tetons. They assign you a site when you arrive but tell you if you see something you like better that is unoccupied, to return to office and they'll reassign you. Limited electric sites, first come. No water at site. Did have cell service with Verizon. Chose an open site for satellite service. Showers 10 miles away in Jackson, WY. Would definitely return. - smitty12
Aug 2016 - $13.00
This is a Federal campground inside the Grand Teton National Park. My wife and I have been coming here of years and enjoy it a lot. Moose wander through the campground and Buffalo and Pronghorns roam the fields across the road. An abandoned Mormon settlement that I find interesting is located just down the road.
The park is big with 318 sites. Some of the loops are 'no generators' and others specify a 10pm to 8am quiet time. The sites are spacious and include picnic tables and fire rings. However, space provided for parking your rig can be constraining. The rangers do their best to match the size of your rig with a site and welcome you to come back to see them if you don't fit. At times you must exercise some ingenuity to fix. For example, this year we are positioned sideways in the site as it is wider than it is long.
The Gros Ventre River passes on the south side of the park. You can often see Moose drinking there. The park has a rustic ambience and most of the sites have no utilities, dry camping ($13), though there are a few electrical sites. However, the electrical sites are $39 a night with a Senior Pass-$51 without. This is quite a step up from $13. Such decisions are typical of a government run park.
Space is first come-first served with sites assigned by the rangers when you register. We have never had difficulty getting a site. There are three dump stations and fresh water near the ranger station. The park is closed from October through May due to severe weather. - The Penguin
Sep 2016 - $95.00
Based on the reviews I read, we almost did not stay here. We would have been wrong. We found this park to be head and shoulders above many. Grass between sites and wide enough to comfortably extend your sides. Wide interior roads. Very friendly and helpful at check-in. There was cable, clean laundry facilities, and an overall well maintained RV park. Due to a last minute desire to stay longer we stayed at two sites. One a little shorter than the other but both sufficient to accommodate our 40' motor home. Tow was parked behind crosswise of the site. What a wonderful place in the middle of so much grandeur and yet so close to Jackson. - Jazzzy
Sep 2016 - $83.00
Since there is NO competion close by so they are charging what they can get away with. A fair price would be in the $45 - $60 range. Nothing special at the Virginian, just close to town. They do keep the park clean, neighbors are close, but slides outs don't impact next door neighbors. Wifi had good signal strength, cable TV was ok. Couldn't find NBC station, everything else was available. - Mike777
Sep 2016 - $95.00
The only thing this park has going for it is that it's the only game in town and that its convenient. Could be such a nice park with a just little effort.
but it's full all summer so why bother... - happyflyer
May 2017 - $50.00
It is difficult to rate this campground: lovely sites and not so lovely weekend price. The setting is beautiful with private sites in a splendid aspen forest. It looks similar to a state or national park but with full hook ups! We would stay longer if it wasn't so overpriced- $50 a night weekend rate far away from any major attractions or from the very small town of Ashton. Unfortunately PA was only accepted on one weeknight. It has definitely been allowed to rundown by the past owners, but can tell that the new owners are working to update roads, sites and facilities. The laundry has one washer and dryer in a cute red shed that was under repair when we were there. Except for the well groomed golf course though, it is not a resort! While the park is a good distance from Highway 20 and Ashton through rolling fields, it was well worth the trip for the beautiful wooded setting. - NanciRV
Aug 2016 - $21.00
This might be my favorite RV park yet. Most sites are nestled in a picturesque Aspen forest. Many sites are hidden from their neighbors by the trees. This morning a doe and two fawns wondered thru our site. Weekdays the park is mostly deserted; and even when it fills up on weekends, it remains quiet and peaceful. They have a par 3 golf course, which is seldom crowded, so you're not rushed from hole to hole. There is no WiFi, but we had excellent AT&T and Verizon service. We had no problem streaming Netflix. There are no street lights in the park. Night is pitch black unless the moon is out. The stars are magnificent. Yellowstone Park is an hour away. There is a Walmart 30 minutes South in Rexburg. The new owners are working hard to make this a great RV park. It is now called the Yellowstone Golf and RV Resort. We hope to be back many times. All sites either had a fire ring, or cinder block fireplaces. - Quig
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This was a great place to stay to get away from crowds and enjoy some peace and quiet. We travel fulltime and spend a lot of time at national parks and other highly populated areas. Sometimes it's nice to get away to a quiet park like this to enjoy some down time. People do visit Grand Tetons and Yellowstone from here, but we already had plans to go to both of those and stay closer, so this was just a chance for us to catch up on work and relax before we got to those more crowded parks. While we were there we enjoyed dinner at Five 11 Main which I believe is owned by the same people that run the RV park. Very good restaurant! I would highly recommend it. The RV park is a little tight getting into, and some sites are small and hard to get into because of the trees. We have a 41 foot 5th wheel and it took some maneuvering to get into our site so that all 5 slides could go out. But once we were in, we had plenty of room and really enjoyed having the trees for the shade. Verizon 4G worked well here which is important for us since we work remotely. And they let me have a package delivered here which I appreciated as well. We really enjoyed our stay here, and the people that run it are nice and friendly. One word of caution, our GPS took us down several miles of dirt roads that we probably shouldn't have been driving down with our house behind us, but once we were on those roads there was no way to turn around. There are paved roads to get to this park that we found out about later. Call the park ahead of time and ask for better directions than what GPS might tell you to do. At least they let us wash our RV while we there which was nice since it had gotten so dirty on the dirt roads. - Love2Camp777