June 24, 2021 - reviewed by April Crawford
This was a great place to park our rv for 4 nights. Close enough to town and wonderful restaurant next door! The park entrance was so pretty! We had a premium site that backed up to the woods. The fire pit was also a bonus. We rode our bikes one afternoon and found a bakery and a grocery store close by. We would stay here again!
October 21, 2020 - reviewed by Pinot Dave
Sites are narrow (except for a few premium sites at the back of the park). We did not use any of the facilities so I have no idea about them.
October 11, 2020 - reviewed by Don
Location Is Great
We arrived in the first week of October and the park was fully booked. We had spot #94 which offered lots of room up against a small creek. We rented a jeep and had a wonderful time seeing all the sights.
August 19, 2020 - reviewed by Baseball Traveler
Ok, But Pricey
It is Jackson, so expected to pay. We were able to get one of their “premium” sites that was electric only. Couldn’t figure out why premium when all sites were alike. Did have a (community)water faucet close to the trailer to refill. WIFI only worked well in the middle of day when campground was partially empty.
July 6, 2020 - reviewed by Kris
This place is transforming into little cabins .... we couldn’t find anything else and ended up here ... expensive but at least we were able to stay and experience beautiful TITONS and Jackson Hole ... did white water rafting with Jackson hole water rafting and have a BLAST
Every direction from this spot there is paved bike trails that can be done even with youngest ... ours are 5 and 8
It feels like motel 6 with little ones but again ... we are happy we have a place to stay
January 6, 2020 - reviewed by Skinny Winnie
Open In The Winter
Great spot in the winter. Only bummer was that we couldn’t leave our dog in the RV and take the bus to to ski area. So packing up and driving each morning was a bit of a pain. Unfortunate that someone ruined it for others.
July 1, 2019 - reviewed by Dan
Bathrooms were poor, internet was poor
Worst place on our Western State tour
Should not charge premium for subpar facilities
June 8, 2019 - reviewed by Chris
Nice And Pricey
We stayed here for three nights on our western states road trip. The whole establishment is well maintained, especially the row of cabins on the way in. I’d love to come back and stay in one. The site was excellent. Level, full hookups, lots of clearance for our 30ft RV. The WiFi is spotty at times, and the price is too high, but it was an overall pleasant experience.
June 5, 2019 - reviewed by Sabrina
We felt very safe here and it was a beautiful entry through a row of modern tiny cabins. However, the price was $125/night (standard site), and the spots are very close together. Our camper door was about 2 feet from the next trailer. The sites do have picnic tables, fire pits and about half have mature trees. They have pull through sites, but depending on what site you have and what neighbors you have, you may have to back out of your site to get out.
July 18, 2018 - reviewed by Joe Dad
$40 Spots For $120
Location is what you are paying for. Jackson Hole is a trendy area. This is a basic and good enough place that would be 5 stars at a $40 price. But, it is $100/$125/$150. Ouch.
October 8, 2017 - reviewed by WA Travelers
Interesting entrance through a row of tiny houses for rent. RV park is at the back. Pricey for gravel.
September 18, 2016 - reviewed by Nicole
Stayed here three nights with 38 ft 5th wheel. Plenty of room and good level spots. A bit pricey but so is everything else in the area. Would stay here again.
September 13, 2016 - reviewed by Bill
This place is like Jackson. To many people in to small a space! Way to over priced. If you like hearing the quests next to you snore or having their septic tank hose out your front door, come here. Not again.
August 2, 2016 - reviewed by Weatherford
Cramped, But Good Location
Larger trailers and motor homes need to be in premier spots in the back. The rest resemble one night rv stays. It is an old KOA. It is nicely between Jackson and Teton village. Showers are old and not very warm. Cramped and 40 years old. Good level spots. Good trees. Make sure spot is long enough.
August 19, 2015 - reviewed by Cathy Driscoll
Jackson Hole Resort Campground
Worst Camping Experience EVER! Sites so tiny I had trouble with a 22 ft camper on the site. Nowhere to park truck on site. Our extra car was far away. NOT worth $100/nt by any stretch of the imagination! :(