Earlier reviews almost scared us off entirely, but the point here is location and access to Grand Teton National Park. The facilities are dated and minimally maintained and the price is high, but Park access is great. We would stay here again. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.
This was a shock! We were a referral from the KOA, so you would have thought we would have been rented a clean, well kept site. We did receive 10% off because of the referral. Apparently, they are under new ownership. There were two, maybe three, sections to the park. It was hard to tell because there were RV's in all areas with a lot of empty sites as well. We were rented a spot in what appeared to be an overflow area with full hookup. Our site had not been mowed. There were shin deep, spent dandelions with no fire ring around fire pit on the site we were rented. Picnic table was in need of repair and refinishing. There is a nice view of the snow capped mountains, but no trees. There are neighboring horse corrals that were actively being used. This was Not a good value, but we were disparate after a long days drive. We only stayed the one night. The location is only about 5 miles from the main road that runs through the national park. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Travel Trailer.
We arrived to garbage littered lumber along the left entrance to the park. Each site was poorly cared for. Sites were not level. Although the views of the Tetons were amazing, the pull-through sites for the big RV's were facing AWAY from that view. This was the most expensive stay at $89 per night we paid on our month-long trip and we felt it was a dump! We would never stay here again and would warn others to avoid this park. Although they advertise WIFI, it never worked the entire time we were there. This place was a real rip-off!!! We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $81.00
Although the Tetons are visible off in the distance, the park is 6 miles east of US191. The site appears to be similar to a ranch, mostly open with some scrub trees at the perimeter, with horses. The sites were dry and dusty with rodent holes nearly under the RV parking spots. No TV. Acceptable wireless at our site. Way overpriced for what you get. Rate was with tax and GS discount. Very disappointed. I should have stayed at the cheaper and MUCH nicer park in West Yellowstone and taken a day trip to visit the Tetons. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.
Not a bad location for visiting Grand Teton National Park; but super expensive. There are rodent holes everywhere; and there's no pavement in the park, so you've got to be careful where you step. The pool and spa were non-functioning. The Wi-Fi didn't work at our site. Lots of mosquitos. Not enough gravel on the sites. On the positive side the park hosts were very friendly; and we'd stay there again simply because we fit there and it's a great location. They gave us a late checkout which was really generous. They do have a grill and the food was pretty good; but a little pricey. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.
This is an average RV park for seasonal mountain park - definitely not a resort. The problem is that there’s not a lot to choose from in the JacksonTeton area. The best parks are up outside of Yellowstone. This is just an old park and was apparently a KOA at one point in time. It has two sides: east and west and most of the big rigs are put in the east side. The spaces are very tight but I’ve been in tighter parks. Most of the pads appear to be level and most have been rocked recently. The 30 amp and 50 amp sites are mixed so even though you may have made a reservations for a 50 don’t assume you’ll get it. Check before you unhook. The park, rest rooms, showers and laundry are old but kept clean. There are a lot of mosquitos because the park has a small creek that flows through it. Anywhere close to water in the Tetons in the summer will have lots of mosquitos. Wi-Fi in the area is bad regardless of carrier. The parks convenience store and gas are high priced but you can go into the national park and get better prices. The park is about half way between Jackson and Yellowstone and is east of the main Teton highway 89 by about five miles. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Location, Location, Location – it is half-way between Jackson (don’t go there unless you like to be shoulder to shoulder with tourists) and Yellowstone. It is just six miles to the Moran Entrance to GTNP. The park is so unimproved that you feel like you are dry camping in a prairie overlooking the mountains. To call it a resort is a cruel joke. The pool is closed and weeds grow in it, the sites are on top of each other, ruts in the road, water pressure goes to 20 psi or less if other campers are using it – got the picture? Just a rundown place which – because it is the only park centrally located – they get the business at a high price. At least, as we looked out our back window, the Three Grand Peaks were a grand sight, changing all the time throughout the day. The staff was nice and helpful. When you go to Yellowstone, I recommend only taking the first inter loop trip. The longer one doesn’t have as much to see and makes for a very long day. My first visit to the Grand Tetons was in 1953 and again in 1980. It is our #1 place to visit. Jenny Lake is upfront and personal with the mountains; its prairies often overlook the river and vary as you drive. Antelope Flats are where the bison roam. In the evening, not far from the entrance on the road to Jenny Lake there were elk feeding across the river and bears wandering by the dam. Just look for parked cars. And there are so many other things to see. We spent two weeks and hated to leave. Of great importance is the fly fishing on the Snake River is first class. Also go down Buffalo Road to the Forrest Service camp and fish the Buffalo River. It is close by and there is a 26” rainbow waiting to be caught again. The first day –the guide at the Heart Ranch – guided and we had a great day. There is a restaurant a couple miles north with a friendly staff and good food. I would return because of its location – and hope the owner will improve it to at least a poor park’s standard. I don’t count on it. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pricey campground for what you get; rate reflects Good Sam discount. They do have large sites and can accommodate big rigs, and it was easy to get into and out of. Sites were fairly level. Wi-Fi did not work very well. We would stay at the Virginian in Jackson next time, which has mixed reviews on this site. However, we drove through and thought it was every bit as good as this campground. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.
Quite shocking that this campground uses the word "resort" in it's name! We were charged $99 per night for a messy, rocky campsite that was on top of some storage trailer! Internet was so weak we could not get a signal to use it. Next to us were a bunch of tents full of teenagers, which I understand is a regular practice. They were not loud, but monopolized the bathroom facilities. After talking to other campers, we found out that everyone was charged different rates! Everything from $59-$99 per night! If I had paid $35 a night there would be no complaints, but at $99 you would expect a lot more! Unfortunately, there is not a lot to choose from in the Teton area and this place is taking full advantage of it. Will not stay there again at that price! We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Travel Trailer.
If you are hoping to have a nice experience at Yellowstone based out of this campground, I highly suggest you reconsider. The sites are very cramped, the dust and dirt make it difficult to be outside, the grassy areas between sites are unkempt, the sites are not level, and the place does not feel good. We will not return. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.
The location is great, but that is all I can say that is good about this RV park. The sites are small and not level. It is dusty. The RV park also has a gas station that overcharges. Gasoline is fifty cents more than near by towns. Mosquitoes are very bad. This is a very over priced RV park. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.
Where do I start? We stayed at this park due to the lack of parks that can handle large rigs in the Teton area. Park is way overpriced for what you get in a site and service. The staff were super nice and helpful, but that is the only positive I found. The park is infested with hoards of ground squirrels and they can be quite a nuisance. The sites were small and uneven and very close together. The area is low and wet and we could not go outside at night for the swarming mosquitoes. Next time we will stay elsewhere. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has great potential because of the location, but they are failing to make this the "resort" they are calling it. The front row facing the Tetons was filled with long term construction workers, so we had no view. To make matter worse, a semi pulling a belly dump trailer parked beside us so that was our view out of our dinette window! Wi-Fi did not work. Park still appears very decrepit and in need of lots of updating. For the rate they charge, you may be able to find something nicer in Jackson. We will never stay here again. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.
Before the season, your best bet. Other parks are available, but fewer services and further away from Grand Teton. This is an adequate park, and the high price is based on the location - it is close to Grand Teton National Park. They charged my credit card at the time of reservation (never done before), and when I checked in charged me for an extra day and at full price (they give a AAA Discount). I had to ask for refund. The Snake River is behind the park, but covered by willows. If you take the time, walking through there you will find many birds. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Travel Trailer.
With new ownership and management the parks new name is Teton Range Resort. Having been at this park in the past and seeing the effort and accomplishment now is so refreshing. The new staff is going to great lengths to truly make this a resort. It is a work in progress, but at least now there is noticeable progress. The price of $49 includes free Wi-Fi. With its location to the parks, it is definitely priced right. Everyone was pleasant and helpful and excited about the changes taking place. We will definitely stay here again. We camped at Grand Teton Park RV Resort / Teton Range Resort in a Motorhome.