We originally booked to stay one month, but after seeing the RV park, we moved. The RV park is on the river. You do have to check in at the tavern, which is a nice place. The people managing the park could not have been more nice. There are basically no trees so no shade. The entire park is gravel/dirt, so when the wind blows, you are eating dirt. You cannot leave your windows open for the dust and the heat. It is in a great location though, but for me, it's a little too commercial. For example, you are literally a stone's throw from a Family Dollar store. It just wasn't the experience we wanted for such a incredibly beautiful location. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great Location, large supermarket, fuel, dollar store, coffee shops and restaurants withing walking. Fishing on river 100 yds. Good central location to Jackson, Tetons NP approx 32 miles. 4 Golf courses 15 miles away. Dog Friendly, Pull Throughs had 3 sewer pipes on each site. Will stay again. Rate shows weekly price. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is in a beautiful setting: absolutely wonderful. That is about the only good thing we've found so far. They're the only game in town and they charge accordingly. The price is for water and electric only. So far, we've not found a dump, so will carry our black and grey water with us. The other big downside is you must go into a bar, which in itself is not a bad thing, but it's so smoky in there that we had to change our clothes after just a few minutes inside. If you have any kind of allergy to smoke, send someone else in to sign you in. I honestly don't know if we'd come back here again. The area is so beautiful we'd like to come back again, but doubt very seriously that we'd stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It should be noted that the sign to this RV park says "Greys River Cove RV Park & Tavern". Wednesday night is Karaoke night! The tavern (where you register) is located between the RV park and the highway. The sites were easy to pull into, but very tight. If we had used the awning, I think it may have touched the motor home next to us. The sites are gravel with bits of grass. However, the managers were pleasant and the washers and dryers worked. I just wish the tavern had closed earlier, because it was just too loud for too long. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a gravel parking strip with the beginnings of an RV park with some grass and trees. The problem in my opinion is that the park is behind a bar/tavern in fact you register in the same bar/tavern. The bar was open and loud until 2:00am. That was not good for us as we had a very long drive getting there and were dog tired only to be kept awake by loud music and rowdy bar folks haven't fun. We camped here in a Motorhome.