We camped at this KOA for only one night since we were heading to the Tetons. The park location was out of the way for I-25 travelers. Typical KOA park with activities for families like playgrounds, boats for their lake etc. Nice office store for supplies.
We stayed in the back part which has a pool & spa. Great views of the area - Red Rock Mountains It is convenient to Arches NP and Moab, Utah. Saw some deer on the morning of checked out in the Park. This park has the best Wi-Fi of any RV park that we have ever stayed. Nice big concrete pad - large enough for a motorhome, car parking and picnic table. We stayed in a pull-in site. The back sites will be in private ownership.
Great location to Yellowstone NP. Be prepared for the mosquito's in July. Will stay here again if ever back at YNP. Nice office with gift items, some RV supplies and limited food items. No pool but who needs one while at Yellowstone. We had an end spot with plenty of room.
Great RV/Cabin Park. Most RV sites are private with landscaping between each site. This is a RV Park where each site is owned by a private owner. The RV Park HOA rents RV sports and Cabins on nightly, weekly & monthly terms. We stayed 3 nights and decided to buy a RV lot. So we will be coming back to Tiger Run in the future.
Over-priced for the condition of the park. This parks need some TLC by the Owners. Mosquitoes were awful in July. They did do some aerial spraying on our 2nd day in the park-seemed to slow the critters down a little. Surprised that more private campgrounds are not available in the Teton Park area. It is close to the Moran Junction entrance to the Tetons NP - 6 miles. Had great views of the Tetons.
Good for an over-night stay in Brigham City, Utah. Convenient to the freeway. Right behind the small Flying J gas station-no noise. Pull-through sites were rather small. Had to park where my LR slide would not hit the next door neighbor's awning.