3 Parks near Dubois, Wyoming
Aug 2015 - $53.00
This is a very nice and well kept park right beside the Wind River. We arrived here in early August without a reservation because we didn't have any specific destination in mind that morning but then decided to take US Hwy 26 up to Grand Teton Nat'l Park. We felt lucky to get one of the many open spaces right along the river that night - lucky until given the rate for those sites at $53. We decided to take it anyway, because we'd been staying in USFS campgrounds at $7 a night and figured we'd splurge and enjoy the river. And we did. Well, we did until around 10:30 p.m. when the local emergency siren broke the stillness of the night with a nerve shattering and very loud wail that rousted everyone in the camp from their beds. There was no one to provide information about the reason for the siren so people were a bit confused and apprehensive. We decided to check our emergency radio and discovered that due to heavy rain predicted in the area, Dubois was now under a Flash Flood Watch. We were parked less than 30 feet from the river so our anxiety level skyrocketed. No one from the park or from the town ever arrived to let people know the situation. We pulled up a radar map via the internet and to the experienced eye of my rancher husband, decided that there was no eminent danger that we could see. We set the emergency radio to Alert status and went back to bed. I have two reasons for posting this experience: #1 - a good example of why everyone should travel with an emergency radio. #2 - that maybe the RV Park management might provide an advisory note to all their visitors that there is a community emergency siren located just across the street from this RV park and in the event it should sound an alarm regarding an emergency affecting the campground, Park Management or local officials will inform campground visitors of the situation - otherwise, don't be alarmed. - HnHTravels
Aug 2015 - $53.00
One of the nicest KOA we've been to, beautiful river view for some of the back inns site, lots of grass, nice view.
Water pressure was excellent!!! Wifi.... Don't bother, very bad. We had cell reception with Verizon (3G extended), but no cell Internet.
Some site had a nice wood patio with table and chairs. Most of the sites have a very nice specious area, we enjoyed the grass and the river a lot.
It's very family friendly, got game room, indoor pool, volleyball/badminton. - MikeMayNaama
Jul 2015 - $54.00
Dubois KOA is located in a very quaint downtown area making it an enjoyable place to stay. The indoor swimming pool was an added bonus and well maintained. Staff was friendly. Ample grassy areas for walking the dog. Had a fenced off-leash area for the 4-legged members of the family. Offered meaningful entertainment at night. A great place to stay and visit. Rate seemed a bit pricey considering gravel and grass campsites. - americanrascal
Jul 2012 - $44.00
Very nice campground, perhaps as nice as any I've stayed in during a 4 month tour of the Rocky Mt west. Right on the Wind River with beautiful setting. I constantly saw geese and deer along the river. Lots of trees for shade. Very competent staff. Lots of restrooms and they were kept spotless. Wi-fi is good. The folks that run this park know what they're doing and set the standard for how parks in remote areas can and should be run. - TravelinOn
Oct 2010 - $16.00
We planned to stay at Rawhide Resort & RV Park for one month to enjoy the National Forests that surround this area, including Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Here we are finishing up our third month. Lots of pull-throughs, full services (including propane delivery right to your site) and the owners are some of the most helpful, accommodating and nicest people you will ever meet. We would recommend this park to anyone interested in exploring more than the very crowded national parks. There are thousands of miles of fire roads in the area with fabulous wildlife, panoramic views, great fishing and lots of recreation opportunities. Sites available along the Wind River. This place is a gem and we will certainly return. - Urge to Roam Express
Aug 2015 - $44.00
We found this to be a clean, well managed, and quiet RV park right on the Wind River. The staff at the campground went out of their way to accommodate us when we found we could not acquire a satellite signal with our roof mounted DirecTV dish. They moved us to another site which was just perfect. The sites are all gravel, but most are level and all have plenty of room. The Wind river runs around the campground and provided some good fly fishing as well as a relaxing and serene atmosphere for our evenings. - WhiskeyMan
Jun 2015 - $45.00
We lucked onto this park. What a beautiful setting right on the river. Office staff friendly at check in, they even let us drive through and select our site. We would return often if it wasn't so far from Washington. This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in over the past 5 years and 50,000 miles in all the western states. - roadrunner53040
Jun 2015 - $50.00
Excellent welcome area and our reservations were just as we expected. Utilities placed well and we were in a "big rig" site and felt a little crowded but most sites were expansive. The Wind River circles the campground. I imagined that we would be able to walk along the river and enjoy sitting along the banks but you have to pick your way because of the animal "leavings". Also, due to the time of year, mosquitoes were a problem. I think this would be a great place to stay if you are a fishermen! - WindRiver