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rating [ 10/10 ]
Gorgeous with woods and lakefront. Beautiful views, lovely area. No showers, pit toilets. Near Grand Lake. Huge sites with tent pads and level parking for rig.
rating [ 8/10 ]
Great place to stay while visiting Jackson, 8 miles from town. No showers or hookups but there is an RV dump and a nice river for fishing or hiking. Ranger programs at the amphitheater. Huge number of sites but spread out all along the river. Never fills up so don't worry about reservations. Plenty of shade. Bring wood!
rating [ 7/10 ]
Park is very clean, very friendly, very quiet, very safe, with all gravel sites. Clean pool, mini golf and playground were all great. Store was open from 730a-9p. They charged $80 for 50amp, $75 for 30amp and $60 for a tent site during Frontier Days. They were full both nights we stayed. Other than being way too expensive, I highly recommend this place.
rating [ 6/10 ]
Visited in July, so was packed and very busy. Although quite wooded, it was more a place to sleep vs a natural, quiet camping setting. Pretty close to Old Faithful (20 min.) The folks at check in were awesome, got me a spot the second night when we did not have reservations, 480 sites and it was full. Excellent lakefront beach area and awesome visitor center, restaurant, the cleanest showers I have ever used at a National park. Level spots but not real sense of separation from neighbors. Go in September!
rating [ 3/10 ]
They have no pool although it shows up in the directories as having one. They have a building which used to have a pool but no longer does. Very windy, right next to I-80, but all 3 places in Rawlins are. Clean and friendly; quiet clientele. The highschool pool is open from 7-9 if you want to swim but they did not tell me that at the campground, I found that out by accident.
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