August 30, 2021 - reviewed by R&J
We stayed 6 nights. Had a spacious site, plenty of privacy, very quite. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Would definitely stay here again.
June 26, 2020 - reviewed by Mobile Outpost
We found this campground to be very nice. Is it a little high? not really since this is a National Park campground, and if you have a senior pass it helps on the price. It is much easier to manuvere our 36' 5th wheel in than Colter Bay, has lots of shade and a gas station and store across the street. We will definitely stay here again.
May 19, 2020 - reviewed by NolsGrad1982
We Will Never Return
$81 a night. Booked way in advanced. Initially gave us really bad spot. I informed them I was ubhappy with that spot and they moved us to better spot. My wife and I were on the tail end of a vacation in mid July and wanted to do a horseback ride on Saturday only to be informed they were shoeing the horses that weekend and it would several days before they could be ridden again. Great timing! Who schedules shoeing during peak tourist season? Lastly, they were supposed to have nightly ranger guided fireside activities. They announced these activities with flyers. Then when you showed up nobody was there except a few other campers wondering where the host was after they advertised activities. Bottom line; overpriced, they do not have advertised activities, and have incompetent people running the place. STAY AWAY. We stayed at Signal Mountain Campground just south of there and it was far better. We will never return to Flagg Ranch at Headwaters. Caveat emptor.
January 23, 2019 - reviewed by Solo Camper
I was “winging it” looking for a campsite with no reservations, had just passed through ystone striking out and the sun was going down. This place is right between ystone and tetons, and pricey. Paid $40 for a tent site in 2017. That said, I was happy for the flush toilets, hot showers, and laundry. There’s a restaurant in walking distance if you get tired of camp food. And there’s a gas station on site to fill your tank before driving the huge parks all day. Staff is friendly and happy to mention $10 dispersed dry camping a quarter mile down the road for those who prefer roughing it inexpensively.
September 28, 2015 - reviewed by Michelle
Nice campground but definitely overpriced at $75 for full hookup. Bathrooms were in poor shape especially considering the price.
September 19, 2015 - reviewed by gabe
31' camping trailer/ Avalanche
Nice enough but not worth the price. Tall trees but no privacy. Full hook-up. Plenty of room for our vehicle and camper but felt like living in a trailer park rather than a wilderness experience. Facilities (showers and restrooms) were clean. We would not stay here again.