3 Parks near Dubois, Wyoming
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
Sep 2016 - $44.00
The park is located about 3 miles south of Dubois. This park was very peaceful and quiet. The park had extra long pull thru sites and sits nicely on the Wind River. Very nice park and we will definitely stay here again. - Youngcop
Sep 2016 - $50.00
This is a gem of a park and is now on the list of our favorites. FHU cable and wifi which worked well when we were there. We were steps from the Wind River. Staff is very accommodating. The sites are wooded which required a bit of maneuvering to hook up the satellite, but we were able to do it. We were there late in the season so there was lots of availability, but we can imagine that reservations would be a must during the high season. A very relaxing and comfortable campground. We will definitely stay there again. - california traveler
Aug 2016 - $54.00
Most sites have tons of space, but we did see a few that were a little crowded. The ultimate would be to be at one right on the river, which we weren't. The view of the river and the rock formations is beautiful!
Cable signal was weak, which we found weird. WiFi almost nonexistent. LOTS of droppings from wildlife everywhere.
Bathrooms were awesome...private rooms with toilet, shower, sink and lots of space. Laundry room was clean etc., but the dryers were terrible. They took FOREVER and gave no indication of how long they would run. The one I started first ran WAY longer than then others. So there's no consistency.
I recommend you take whatever you think you'll need as far as supplies, as there's VERY limited options for shopping, etc. The campground has a store with limited supplies, and in town there's a little thrift store where I was able to pick up a denim jacket since there was a random cold front while we were here. And there was also a "general store" but we didn't go in. We DID eat at the Cowboy Cafe' which touts itself as having homemade food. It doesn't. It was mediocre at best.
Overall, this place is spacious, quiet and fine for a day or two. But the price is way too high. If they drop the price or fix the cable and WiFi then it'll be a home run! - doggpurr
Jul 2016 - $54.00
This is an A+ park! Our site was just a few feet from the clear (and cold!) Wind River which was amazingly relaxing. The staff was friendly, the park was spotless, and the facilities (including indoor swimming pool, game room with ping pong, pool, and some arcade games) were first rate. The showers and bathrooms were exceptionally clean.
We had cell coverage (AT&T) with data (only 3G) in Dubois, but the park had wifi which worked most of the time. Ice, firewood, and laundromat were all available at fair prices.
We only stayed one night, in site #33, and were sad to go because it was so nice. It makes an excellent stop for those heading to Grand Teton NP from the east. We highly recommend this park and look forward to returning for a more extended stay. - texasAUtiger
Jun 2016 - $50.00
We had a pull-through site with no cable TV. The cable only had 12 stations so we weren't missing much. Some of the back-in sites backed up to the Wind River, which was pretty. And it's obvious how the river got its name: the area is quite windy. We were advised not to leave our awning up.
The wifi at this campground didn't work very well, either. When we mentioned it to the manager, we were told that it should work fine because we were close to the wifi antenna. Interesting but not very helpful. The campground is walking distance from the small shopping district which has some nice restaurants and galleries. I guess the price reflects accessibility to Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, though it is more than an hour's drive to both. - Pull Toy
Jun 2016 - $48.00
Very nice KOA with full amenities. Quiet setting with lots of grass and trees. We stayed in a back in site next to the river. Restrooms were spotless. Plenty of showers. - Ftcollinscamper