11 Parks near Jackson, Wyoming
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
Jul 2016 - $51.00
The workers in the campground were very helpful and pleasant. The campground was very well kept, was extremely full and was surprised when quiet hour arrived everyone around us was either in bed or very quiet. The watering system was keeping the grass nice and green. When we questioned why they watered so much we were told that the water is run off water from the snow cover in the mountains and they get an allotment ever year and if they don't use it they loose it. We loved it here and would definitely come back when in the area. A whole lot more affordable than the campground in Wyoming! - Blue Canoe
Jul 2016 - $75.00
I am very disappointed in this park. Their website looked promising but everything went poorly once we arrived. We asked for an email confirmation when we made the reservation, but they said that they can not send email confirmations. When we arrived, the campground had us on a site too small for our camper and it only had 30 amp service. We were moved to another site that was also not large enough for our camper. The sites were so close together that my step of my camper was over the sewer hose of the site next to us. There was a tree that rubbed my slide out all night, and scratched the side of my camper. We couldn't move over to get my slide out out of the tree because I would have hit my neighbors utilities. There was not a place to park my tow vehicle because the sites were so small. The restroom facility was too small to support the campground, as we had to wait for a shower and they only had two toilets in the men's restroom. The park host was really rude while were trying to squeeze our camper into the site that was clearly too small for our 30 foot camper. Some of the sites in the front are very spacious and they shrink in size significantly deeper in the park. The park is very overpriced and the service was terrible. The wifi didn't work the entire stay. I will never stay at this Park again. Unfortunately, this park is located close to
Jackson Hole and it should have been a pleasurable stay. - Brian11
Jul 2016 - $93.00
I pulled into the park exhausted, couldn't drive another mile.
The price was ridiculous for one night, but I needed power for my refridgerator and CPAP machine.
I complained but the guy said, hey this is Jackson Hole!
The site was small, water was dripping, electrical outlet was partially broken but was useable. Cable channels were fuzzy. The park was noisy from the traffic from the apartments behind us.
If you can find another place to go to I would suggest you try somewhere else. Somewhere where they appreciate your business. - SubVet SSBN619
Jun 2016 - $100.00
Mens restroom had 2 toilets,2 urinals, 3 showers. Womens restroom had 4 toilets. 2 not working. 3 showers. Not enough to accommodate 105 spaces. Pet areas were a joke. Spaces are close to each other. Employee's were friendly. For $100.00 per night I expected better. Will never stay here again. - Humboldt Bob
Jun 2016 - $100.00
Pretty tight spacing but good enough. Many rules and regulations that are not policed. Nicely leveled sites are light gravel, lots of dirt. Could be messy with enough rain. We were dry for our visit. This is the only choice in town in Jackson, so it is easier to forgive shortcomings that would be more annoying at other parks, right? Got to say, the location is excellent for access to easy bike distance to the elk horn arc square of "downtown" Jackson. Driving to the close-by natural wonders is convenient and great. This is a fine example of a campground that you forgive the shortcomings in exchange for the access it gives you to the natural wonders many of us travel to see. - Elmo and Gracie
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 2016 - $42.00
We were supposed to stay at Gros Ventre, but it hadn't opened yet. Our motorhome was too big for the facility, but they allowed us in anyway since they had vacancy. Bathrooms were individual facilities. Spacious and clean. Great that it was so close to the Snake River. Really enjoyed walking along the river. Fairly close to town and easy to get in and out. Only drawback was how packed together the sites are. - RLBradley
May 2016 - $45.00
This KOA is very tight for trailers. No fire rings because sites are so tight. Your picnic table includes your neighbors sewer dump right next to your table. The front desk staff is inexperienced. Couldn't help me with my Rewards discount and made me wait while she helped others check in! This KOA caters to cabin guests. Stayed here 3 nights in May. - Arejay
Oct 2015 - $58.00
Spent one night here during the off season. Spaces are very small. My camper was about 5 feet from the camper behind me. Spaces are not level. Staff was friendly. This is primarily a Kamping Cabin park with some RV spaces. It is on the Snake River. Probably a fun place in the summer. Overpriced for the RV sites if you are just passing through. - MaryCir
Aug 2015 - $34.00
We had a site with electric hook up. We were close to Jackson Lake. Nice and quiet. Showers and laundry are available near the store and gift shop area. $5 for a private room w/ sink, 7 minutes. Plenty of rooms available. Laundry looked good but didn't use. This is a nice national park facility. Site was not level, used blocks. - Wyboo
Sep 2012 - $11.00
As stated before, the roads are very tight for a rig over about 25'. I had to go around part of a loop the wrong way just to get lined up right. The garbage dumpsters always seem to be in the wrong location, blocking access to the sites. Sites are fairly large but some are very close together. I doubt if we will stay here again due to the access issues, but at $10.25 a night you can't beat the price. - SteveCampsTx
Jul 2012 - $20.00
Get here early, 1st come, no reservations, rigs under 30 ft. We love this campground, centrally located, on lake, great views and amenities nearby. Only drawback, no showers. - Hunteradvisor
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
Sep 2015 - $91.00
We stayed for 6 nights. I really love the park and the area. At first I was disappointed that it wasn't closer to downtown Jackson...however that quickly changed. We had a good week of rain and it was wonderful to be here. Felt like I really was glamping in rugged Wyoming. The property is cool. There are fabulous cabins in the front and there is no sign that says RV park. Be prepared to turn right, almost immediately after the Calico Italian restaurant. Pull through the slim driveway through the cabins and head to the back. It was quite expensive, but I suppose that is the nature of Jackson Hole. We saw many moose on the road. Our highlight was a black bear that came right up to our door and was galloping through the campground in the rain. Wifi was adequate, but not great. The laundry is pricey, but very spacious and clean. This CG attracted a wonderful group of campers. Would definitely return. Loved all the trees. Picnic tables, fire pits and pull throughs included. - barrygoodtimes
Aug 2015 - $35.00
We stayed late July into early Aug. The majority of our rating was based on the owners of the park. They as far as I'm concerned, family. It's got all you need as a base camp to explore Wyoming. Eight of the 23 spots are first come first served. The rest are seasonal stays. Yes it's road based but hey, throw out your mats. We stayed longer because of the owners giving us all kinds of suggestions of places to go. We were never disappointed. We kept calling from our camp in Idaho and when they thought someone was leaving, we sent out one in our party in the tow vehicle to be next in line for the spot and it worked. If you want pristine accommodations then keep on driving. Read the other positive reviews for more info. I would definitely stay here again. We stayed in 35' motor home with a tow car.
PapaG, Nana Koko and PapaD
God bless and save our country. - PapaG
Sep 2014 - $35.00
This campground is only 13 miles out of town. Check-in was very convenient, people were very nice and helpful, full hook-ups with good water pressure and no problem with 50 amp service. We were in a 43' RV with tow and was easily accommodated. The only problem is that they do not accept reservations. After checking out the other campgrounds in the area, $35.00 a night compared to $65 and $75 a night is a real bargain. We stayed 3 nights and would definitely stay here again. - Travel Well
Aug 2013 - $35.00
This is a very clean, well maintained and friendly park. It is tight, but very easy to pull in and out. Most sites are seasonal sites, but there are a few daily sites. You cannot make reservations, it is on a first come, first serve basis. There is road noise, but most of it dies down by sunset. The park itself is very quite. You could not ask for better hosts. They are friendly and helpful. Rates are very reasonable and fair. I would highly recommend this park and would not hesitate to stay again. - LRunningbrook
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
Jul 2016 - $13.00
We opted to dry camp here and the rate reflects the Senior Pass. There are over 300 sites in this campground divided into several loops. While 1st come 1st serve, you register at the office and are assigned a site based on your preference and availability. Some loops have a no generator policy, while others allow generators to be run from 8AM-10PM. Some are shaded, the loop on the end has the least trees. Typical of NPS campsites, they have good spacing, each has a table and fire ring. Most are back-ins, but there are a few pull throughs which may be tricky for some larger rigs with slides as there may be trees in the arch of the pull through. This campground is about 7 miles from Jackson and so was convenient to visit the shops and activities there as well as tour the park. - Trailbuddy
Jul 2016 - $39.00
With views of the Tetons, a setting in a wooded park, a great site, and helpful people this park is a joy to stay in. Access roads are paved and easy to navigate. Our level, paved, back-in site (D174) was very spacious for our 37' MH, provided a large paved parking pad for our toad, and had a gravel patio with an oversized picnic table and fire ring. The electric hookup was convenient. There were no water or sewer connections, nor WiFi, nor laundry. We didn't use the bathrooms. The cheerful staff were very friendly, helpful, and accommodating. We consider this to be one of the most attractive parks of our entire summer voyage. The price, even net of an National Parks Senior Pass discount, might be seen a bit high without full hookups, but we considered it a decent value for all the rest of what this park offers. - DaveInOhio