8 Parks near Victor, Idaho
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Quiet campground!! REALLY clean showers, lots of hot water & spotless restrooms. Wifi isn't great & tables need painting. Office wait is a little long, but she was very courteous & busy with many phone calls & guests. We were escorted to our site by a courteous gentleman in a golf cart. Grass maintained between RVs & adequate space between vehicles. Very nice facility off a 2 lane highway, but not too loud because we were further back. We would definitely stay again for 1-2 nights. - BandE-Travel
Jul 2016 - $60.00
This is a nice campground located in the small town of Victor, ID across Teton Pass from Jackson, WY. (Teton Pass has weight restrictions, but we had no issues in our 44' motorhome, but we were not towing at the time.) The campground is somewhat pricey, but far more reasonable than you can find in the Jackson area.
While there is not much going on in Victor, the campground is well-maintained by a friendly staff. The roads and pads are gravel with large grassy areas between pads. The wifi is suspect, and there are large trees so you may have to position carefully to get satellite. We had an open premium site in the front part of the campground, so we had no issues. We would consider staying here again when visiting the Jackson and Teton area. - SMorin
Jul 2016 - $50.00
The park is well maintained with gravel driveways and gravel pads. We had a level back-in site and had to unhook the toad in the driveway up by the office. There was a lot of tent camping. There is also a playground, pool, basketball goal, and lots of kids. There was a lot of "Texas size" trees, meaning they were about 25 feet tall. There are plastic trash cans placed around the park for garbage.
We had to share water connection and the power utility pole which put both of the on the "wrong" side. The 50 foot water hose and the 50 foot power cord came in handy. We also had to adapt our 50 amp cord to 30 amps to fit the power pole. The sewer connection had a wooden box cover and a screw-in connector which was nice after getting rid of the earwig nest and the spiders under the box. We had a good 12 inches clearance between our awning and the RV next door. Water pressure was great until 8pm when the pressure went to zero. We found out this was due to a temporary power outage which apparently affected the water pump. Twenty minutes later we had water. There was no cable TV, but we got eleven stations with our over-the-air antenna pointed north.
The TengoInternet WiFi strength was good and required no additional payment; however, we were disconnected several times and had to reconnect. The response was good. Verizon Wireless was 5 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 4 out of 5 bars. - RVTravelerToo
2901 Egbert Ave, Tetonia, ID Tetonia, Idaho 83452 (map) | (208)456-2969
Sites: 30 | Latest Rate: $64.00 | 26 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
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
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
Aug 2016 - $125.00
We sucked it up and did 2 nights here JUST to see the things we wanted to see in Jackson. We paid $275 total for this 2 nights! The park IS close to most of what you want to do in Jackson. So if you plan ahead, you can see and do a lot.
The sites are RIDICULOUSLY close together. And the stray cats roaming around leave a bad impression. As do the "permanent resident" campers. Lots of personal items strewn about, but yet the rules say you can't even put out a rug or a mat! They might want to relook at the big picture. - doggpurr
Jun 2016 - $82.00
Very expensive, spaces are really small, not level. We have a 35 foot rig. This is NOT a resort, so felt like it was not worth the price. We got up at 4 am. So we were out early. Also, late evenings. - Chaka1
Jun 2016 - $100.00
First, if you get the chance look at reviews on their website. I posted pictures of the "RESORT" there and since deleted them from my phone. So when you call they will say they have one spot left and you should take it because all other campgrounds are full. When we arrived they were maybe a fourth full and we stayed all three days because you pay up front and no refunds. We did go to rangers station and they gave us many other places to camp for much less if you can do without hookups for a few days. They charge a resort fee and when I compared ours with others it appears to be a little different for everyone? Mine was twelve dollars and change others were around fifteen. What is it for I don't know. The pool is busted and cracked plaster, no water. The fire pits are a hole in the ground. Very close to your neighbors and a Teton tax on your bill as well. I could go on and on look at the website; just awful. - melissa boone
Jul 2016 - $26.00
The whole setting is lovely and just a quick walk to the Palisades River. We had great luck fishing. Satellite and our private internet worked great too. The electric pedestals are shared with two sites so some nights we shared our front door side of the trailer with the front door side of a motor home who had to drive in instead of back in. The park is a combination of a row of RV sites and rental cabins toward the street end. We found excellent space to run the dog. Note that you do not park your two vehicle right in front of the trailer. It is to be parked off the grass a little ways away. - Makaira
Aug 2015 - $32.00
This is a small RV park and out in the country, but we were looking for a place to stop and found this little gem. It only has 30 amp sites and no pull throughs, but we really liked it. The host was super friendly and helpful. The back site is beautiful, you feel like you are all alone. We had a very level and shady spot. There is a fountain and gazebo with a grill and fire ring. Very nice. We would definitely stay again if we were in the area. - GranNan06
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This is a small RV park a few miles below Palisades Reservoir adjacent to the Snake River. It is quiet and you can walk to the river to sightsee or fish. Pads are gravel and surrounded by grass. A little pricey for the money, but it appeared many RV's were parked for the summer. I suspect a monthly rate is much lower (I stayed for three nights). Hostess was very friendly. Bring needed food and supplies because major shopping is miles away. - CO Traveler
Aug 2016 - $86.00
Well, I've been in a lot better campgrounds for a lot less money but the location is what you're paying for here. Actually: based on some of the reviews I was pleasantly surprised by the park staff, cleanliness and good internet and limited but good cable.
The free shuttle comes twice an hour just a hundred yards from the park and makes exploring all of Jackson a piece of cake. Incredible shops, restaurants and attractions are all within a few stops.
For $3 you can also take the bus to Teton Village and hook into their free shuttle.
Site was mostly gravel wih grass area and table. Reasonably flat but tightly packed. Sites tend to be a bit short but they are variable in length so reserve early if you have a long unit. Most large tows will require disconnecting.
Can't afford to stay long here: but would definitely pick it above any other choices to see Jackson Hole. - Camaraderie
Aug 2016 - $85.00
This is a tight park with very close sites. It's still the best game in town and allows you to visit Jackson without your vehicle. You can walk or bike to anyplace in town. Best way to visit Jackson.
I rated it satisfactory on value but really it isn't. Only reason to stay is location, location, location. The staff really tries to accommodate you and your rig. We have stayed several times before, and will again. - Jack&Wanda
Aug 2016 - $86.00
Sites are fairly tight and short (longest is 40'). Roads are gravel. Cable is OK, except NBC is not one of the options (and they are the only network carrying the Olympics). All in all, just an OK park, but not worth the $95 price tag (before any discount). - ta96silver
Aug 2016 - $51.00
The people are nice but the price for an electric site in this campground is ridiculous. $25 for dry which is fine but $51 for electric (WOW) how do they justify $26 per night more dollars to have electric! The sites are not very wooded. Lots of brush but not a lot of shade.. - LHeil
Jul 2016 - $13.00
This is one of the National Parks that seem to have a wide variety of ratings. We opted to dry camp here and the rate reflects the Senior Pass. When we arrived around noon on a Thursday, there were a number of sites available, including electric hookups. We asked for and were given an open site where we could use our roof top TV satellite. We were able to use our Verizon for Internet connection. Although the reception was not real strong, it was adequate. I understand that the National Park campgrounds are being loved to death but I believe the management of this campground could do a much better job maintaining these sites. This campground has a "rode hard and put up wet" look which we felt gave it an unkempt and an unattractive look and feel. We probably would not stay here again. - Hiker Hap
Jul 2016 - $13.00
We arrived at 4pm on a Friday in July and had no trouble getting a site. The A section has views of the mountains. This price is for dry camping. There is a loop with electric for a lot more money. If you want to enjoy Jackson, which is fabulous, this is the closest, reasonable CG. It's spacious, rustic, and charming. - Tim and Susan from NC