The office was friendly, and we had an escort to our site, 58. We had Wi-Fi, and our Dish Satellite worked. Price was $54 with tax included. We were on the end of the row so we didn't feel too cramped. It was an OK place, and would probably stay there again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical KOA in that the sites were very close together. What used to be large pull thrus are now two sites.They had us pull through the site behind us to get to our site and then they left us parked so that we couldn't get our big slide out because we were too close to a tree. Mgr. came and said they weren't in habit of letting people change sites and we could move over 2' so we did which put us over the sewer hookup. We made it work. To leave we had to use two empty sites in front of us to get out, otherwise people would have had to move. Lucky they were empty. They don't seem to realize you can't turn most 5th wheels 90 degrees. Very clean, right on the river but only tents camp on the river's edge. We stayed here in a 5th wheel; it has changed ownership since I was there last and I would not stay here again. Very unfriendly employees. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We made our reservation for this campground 4 months in advance, clearly stating we had 3 kids. Unfortunately the site we were assigned was all gravel, right next to the road. When I asked if we could be reassigned, I was told they have a strict "no moving" policy. I knew we would pay Jackson prices, but I thought we'd be getting Jackson quality. Of the 4 KOA's we selected for our family vacation, this one definitely was very disappointing. Kid playground - poor, pet area - poor. No pool. Dusty and unwilling to help. The only saving grace was we were refunded our $90. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose a cabin at this site in lieu of a hotel in Jackson or Jackson Hole, thinking it would be more pleasant and despite the 25+ mile drive to Grand Teton Park. It has a double bed, 2 bunk beds, bathroom with shower, and a kitchenette and is furnished with linens, cookware, and tableware. The site is close to the Snake River and directly on a tributary, its only positive feature. The cabins are about 4 feet apart and one must walk between them, past roaring air conditioners to to get to the front door. They are close to the highway and subject to traffic noise day and night. The kitchenette has a microwave oven but no stove or sink (although there is a BBQ on the porch.) You have to clear toiletries from the bathroom to prepare dinner or wash dishes and water is not available if someone's in the bathroom. An information sheet in the cabin informed us that we would be billed for any missing tableware. When an inventory showed items missing, all but one were not replaced, but we were assured that we wouldn't be billed. The same sheet said we would be billed $20 if the dishes weren't cleaned and the trash emptied. The advertised Wi-Fi was essentially non-functional. Most of the time we couldn't connect with either Windows or Apple devices. When we could connect, we were thrown off frequently. We decided to leave a day early based on the Wi-Fi problems but the manager denied us a refund, calling us complainers and stating that his camp was for vacation, not internet work. We could have booked a hotel room in Jackson Hole, 15 miles closer to the park, for about $150 per night (albeit without kitchenette) with linen service and daily room cleaning. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Very nice people but very tight RV spaces. Great place for people tent camping or in cabins. They have a ton of cabins and very few RV spots. It is always packed for cabins and RV spots. Make your reservations early. Beautiful river front tent sites but bring your cold weather clothes because it is cold. Cottonwoods blowing cotton continuously. It is not close to town. The camp ground is clean with friendly people. You need to stand by the highway to get cell service. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only good thing I can say about this park is you can walk down to the river. To start off, the lady that checked us in never once cracked a smile. Work Kampers lead us to our sight and helped us set up as we were about 11 inches off the ground, shortly after, we were rudely told by the manager that we had to move forward in the site because he said we were too far back. Mind you two work Kampers placed us in this site. Fortunately a couple of the Work Kampers brought several 2 X 12s to put under our leveling jacks, 4 on one side 3 on the other. Now I ended up being 14 inches off the ground in the front instead of 11 (the manager told us we be more level which we knew we would not be and we weren’t). There are only 16 full hookup sites that are available. 6 more full hookups are available but the fulltime or workers are in those spots. They have added 6 more cabins and plan on adding more. The roads are very narrow. If you’re 30’ to 34’ you’re going to have trouble getting out if the park is full. We stayed here 4 days and would have left the first night had we not been prepaid. We would not stay here again. Outside of the person checking us in and the manager the Work Kampers were great. Wi-Fi only worked part of the time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We will never stay there again. As a matter of fact, they managed to give us a bitter taste in our mouth for KOAs. It started with the nightly rate. Just because you're on the river doesn't mean you have to price gouge. Then we move on to the site. What can we say. It is awful. You take a normal size pull-through, and you have to share with another unit. In our case, the site we were assigned already had a motorhome that took up 2/3 of the space. Again, it was awful. It was very unleveled. The motorhome beside us had their front end at least 2 feet off the ground to level it. The only good thing about this stay, we met some very nice people from Washington State. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a really nice park for smaller RVs. The sites are smaller, but the park is right on the Snake River and also has a creek bordering on another side; it is a beautiful setting. The staff was extremely friendly and owner was active around the campground and very nice. The bathrooms were remodeled, and they also had some really nice (from the outside) deluxe cabins with bathrooms and full kitchens that overlooked the creek. Very easy access to Jackson Hole and also to Grand Tetons National Park. There is also an onsite rafting company owned by the same people that own the campground which was amazing and great to do with our kids. Would especially recommend this campground for people who are looking to partake in the outdoor activities that are offered in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This one was definitely the worse KOA we stayed at during our vacation. This KOA is so far away from the town of Jackson Hole it might as well be in a different state. Sites are very cramped and a problem if traveling with pets. River is accessed by traveling down a narrow, slick, muddy path and sand area is about 5 ft wide with plenty of mean red ants. No place to sit and not shade by the "river". Water access to the site leaked and the red ants were terrible, climbing on everything. We stayed long enough to walk down to the river and back to our site and then left and made the drive to Idaho Falls. Staff running around on motorized carts very unprofessional. Should have just parked in the Albertsons parking lot! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This camp is tight, with a 32' rig there is no way we could have parked after hours in the remaining spots. Luckily the camp staff are excellent at guiding you in and have any extensions you need to hit the sometimes distant hookups. Since the highway is right there, it can be a bit noisy in the morning. The shower/restroom facilities are a bit run down, but very functional and clean. A major whitewater rafting outfit operates out of the store and they are one of the larger rafting companies in the area and we had an excellent adventure with them (10% discount for staying at the camp made them the cheapest of the options), plus the bus picks-up and drops-off at the camp...go for it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an excellent park for us to stay. We loved being close to the river and away from town but close enough to Jackson Hole to see it. We were only about 20 minutes from Grand Teton National Park. There was an on site whitewater rafting company (Dave Hansen Whitewater) which was absolutely awesome. We went horseback riding just across the street. All and all it was a great stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is the most expensive RV park I have ever stayed in. $71 per night WITH my loyalty card discount, and no cable TV, very unreliable cell service and mud everywhere. The free Wi-Fi worked well. The bathroom/shower rooms were not very clean and our back in site was virtually unlevelable. We planned 3 day stay, left after one. We would NOT recommend this park to anyone. The 'riverfront' sites are now cabins, not RV sites. In fact half the park or better is being converted to cabins. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a great stay here. This campground is right on the Snake River and is beautiful. It is a smaller campground and the sites were a little tighter than others that we traveled, but there were plenty of activities for us to do. We went horseback riding right across the street and had an excellent whitewater trip, which left right from the campground. The staff was incredible. We left our battery on all night and they gave us a ride to Jackson to get a new one. Will be back again for sure We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife, daughter and I stayed in this park on July 31, 2010 after staying at 8 other KOA's on a 4 week summer trip. This was the only "bad" campground that we stayed in. The only thing that I can say good about our experience is that the staff was nice. The bathrooms/showers were filthy, the sites were filthy, the picnic tables were falling apart etc. It was also twice as expensive as any others that we stayed in. I would advise people to steer clear. They say that they are going to "remodel" in 2010 but, haven't started yet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was way over-priced for what they offer. They charge an extra $8/kid/day and there was nothing for them to do. The playground was so small and outdated, there was no pool. Exactly what did the extra $8 go for? The sites were so ridiculously small that people had to move their vehicles just so that others could back in. They need to remove some of the sites to make them a bit roomier. We couldn't even have a fire at night without being right over our neighbor's slideout. There is a ton to do in Jackson and we love the city, however we would never recommend anyone staying here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Would recommend to avoid this campground. The sites are extremely tight. We booked in March for late July for 2 sites. The sites were not together. And the sites are way overpriced. The camper next to us had his awning over our site despite his camper being on his site. I asked for a different site (one closer to our family) and was told the campground was booked. The "gentlemen" that guided us into the site just loosened the struts of the awning and pushed it back. I asked him to leave a note, not wanting the confrontation when the other camper came back. I was told they would. No note and when the other camper came back, he was fighting mad that someone touched his awning. Fortunately, I am a big guy and his wife was cool. No fight but close. The dump for our site was two feet from his door. The campfire site was three feet behind our camper. The sites are just too close together. All in all, as above, I would avoid unless you are going there to use the Snake River, as they do have good access and a water sports center at the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Reserved a full hookup site in April for a July stay. Arrived and was put in a back in site with no full hook ups and was told they had to make changes and had emailed me. I never received any email. We saw they had full hookup sites open, but they said they are "first come, first served sites". Huh? They wouldn't let us move into one! The back in site was an extremely tight spot; our slide outs went over fire pits, basically on top of next door campers who were also disappointed. We had to unhook it all to drive to the front for the dump site and then go back, re-hook up, re-level; what a pain. Had a run down laundry area, $2.00 wash, $2.00 dry. Dryer ran 45 minutes with no heat. No sign to say it was not working. All other dryers were filled with the KOA's wetsuits from their other business of rafting. Staff was not friendly or concerned with our dissatisfaction, said , "We turn away over 30 people a day for these sites". Probably because it's about the only place in town. Next time we'll go elsewhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All sites extremely tight. I saw tent trailers that there tip outs were touching. trailer and motorhome slide outs were over the top of the fire rings. Their were 3 of us traveling on motorcycles and were staying in small tents. We had to have 2 sites, due to how small the sites were. We were barely able to fit the tents in them. Sites were not very level. The only reason I didn't rate this campground a one is the staff was very helpful and friendly. The bathrooms were clean and well kept. I would not recommend this campground to others, unless their were no other campgrounds available. We camped here in a Tent.
First off, let me say we ended up staying in the overflow parking (of which we were grateful). That's why I rated it a 6. Otherwise, it would probably be an 8 or 9. We arrived in Jackson Hole without reservations anywhere because we just weren't sure of our itinerary for this trip. That said, I don't recommend NOT having reservations. Every park in town was completely full and we weren't even there on the weekend so this KOA was the last game in town. They were so kind as to put us in their overflow space (which is nothing more than a gravel pad by the road, but they did set us up with water and electric so all was good. The people in the park were SUPER NICE. I'll repeat that, SUPER NICE. It's a good place to stay. Also, I'll state this. If you're coming into Jackson Hole, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRIVE OVER THE TETON PASS. No way, no how. That's the closest I came to dying. Better to find a different route (and I'll be discussing this with AAA for routing us over that pass). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pros- Very friendly staff, very nice store. Cons: We had a back in site. Our utilities were on the non standard side. It was raining and we were in a mud hole. No gravel. Our leveling jacks sunk in the ground. The rest rooms were not clean. Most likely due to the mud. They ran out of hot water for the showers. Sites were tight. Sites had a fire ring that was just about under the trailer. This is the highest priced campground I have ever stayed. Wi-Fi was very slow. Terrible value. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is in a beautiful location right on the Snake River. The sites are a little tight, the roads are gravel, but there are lots of nice trees so the park is pretty. It is expensive but other parks in the area are the same or more expensive. We had a back in site at the back of the park just above the river, which was nice. The pull thrus are limited and most share two rigs to a space. But given the other alternatives, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An OK campground. The sites were very tight - I was only about 18" from the neighboring unit. The real irritant, though, was the KOA employee who would chat chat chat while I was obviously trying to level the trailer, or pack things up for the day, or talk to my kid, etc. The proximity to the Snake River is nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very friendly staff and a beautiful area. Would love to go back! We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
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We are full timers. Pros: Friendly camp staff. Everything was clean and neat. The WiFi worked well. Located close to the Snake river. Was nice to walk around the campground and hike close to river. Park has good water and pressure, good fire rings and OK cell service (Verizon). Cons: The sites are very close together (VERY CLOSE). Seems that many people treat this campground more like a truck stop, rolling in late at night with loud diesels and then rolling out early in the morning with more loud diesels, practically ruining any chance of early or late sleeping. Most campers were the pull in and spend the night in their rig type of folks. Not too many friendly folks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is very over-priced. We paid $158.00 for 2 nights (4 people) with no sewer hookup. We were so close to everyone else that you could hear every conversation. Parking is a mess & entering is a traffic jam waiting to happen. We stayed here because we were going rafting. We would have rather commuted 30 miles than stay here again. The Rafting trip was nice & office staff was helpful but the park was, too run down & too many rigs packed in. The tent sites down by the river looked like the homeless have moved in. The dump station was literally at the playground. YUCK! We were on the road for 2 weeks & this was definitely the worst place we stayed. The website is very misleading. The picture of the RV site is the only one in the park with grass & room to roam. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. Lots of grass. We were here before their peak season, so there were not a lot of campers. The few campers that were there were crammed next to each other. They put no one in any of the river sites. There was enough room to space everyone so that they would not be right next to anyone. The pet walk area is down next to the river, quite a ways from the RV sites, making it difficult for our small dog to make it there before he had to go. Fortunately, the campground was not full and we cleaned up after our dog to remove his mess. There were some sites used by the employees and they were very clean too. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older KOA which also runs a busy river rafting operation on the Snake River. Grounds are clean but somewhat run down. Staff was very friendly. Spoke with several of the work campers who claim they love the place. Most return to work here year to year. Utilities all worked well. Sites and roads are gravel. The creek front, back in sites in which we stayed were a little on the narrow side, but adequate and reasonably level. Campground is conveniently located 12 miles south of Jackson, and of course the scenery is breathtaking. The rates are a little high in my humble opinion, but from what I hear, everything around Jackson is. We'll come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our cabin was clean. The park grounds were not clean or well maintained. The fire pits were not cleaned. The campground office was neat and clean. Had a good selection of needed staples and local items. The staff was friendly and helpful. The cabins were located directly on the Snake River. All had good views of the river. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Very disappointing! Staff more interested in selling rafting trips than campsites, and not particularly friendly. Showers small and outdated, and only functional for people under 5 feet tall. Whitewater rafting trip was excellent however, you didn't have to stay here for that. Overpriced and located a ways out of town and all the other activities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground right on the river. Adequately stocked store and nearby restaurant and also covered wagon dinner. Staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. Really had a nice stay. Would stay again. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Snake River Park KOA was average. This KOA, like many others we have stayed at, tried to put us in one of their poor sites, even though I had reserved a site where we could "listen to Horse Creek." They have many pleasant staff members, a good-enough store, and acceptable restrooms and showers. Unfortunately, from our site, there was no path to the restrooms - you had to walk through other people's campsites. Laundry facilities were okay, although a bit pricey at $2 to wash and $2 to dry. This KOA is more concerned with their rafting enterprise than the comfort of the campers. Good things included location to the Tetons. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This campground is well located next to the Snake River, for whitewater rafting and horse riding, the stable being just across the road, however it is 13 miles south of Jackson and therefore it is important to have a car in order to visit Jackson etc. The campground is overpriced at $60 a night. The Wi-Fi signal is often weak, there is no swimming pool, the sites were muddy and uneven. The laundry is expensive, the tumble driers costing more than twice as much as we've paid elsewhere. There are two restroom/shower blocks. The one behind the office has four shower cubicles, however there is no privacy whatsoever, the users being required to undress in an open space and then step straight in to a cubicle for a shower. If as much effort and expense had been spent on guest showers and amenities as was spent on the office and gift shop this would be a better campground. Use it only as an overnight stay between other campgrounds showing more respect for their guests. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First of all the river front sites are for tent campers only! This was by far one of the worst campgrounds ever. We made our reservations as far in advance as possible as to get a good site, which did not matter! They squeezed our 36 ft, full body slide motorhome into what felt like the smallest site they had. When we asked to be moved, they said they couldn't because it would mess up the way the computer assigned the sites. First time I'd ever heard that! We were so tight in our spot that our slide hung over the fire pit of the site behind us! Campground is not convenient to anything other that tubing on the Snake River. I would not recommend this KOA to anyone! We checked out a day early and received a refund. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had to stay here 10 days when our tow vehicle broke down and was getting repaired in Jackson. Certainly there are a few modest improvements that could be made to the restrooms and site layouts, but the staff here were the best of any KOA I've ever stayed at. They made us feel at home, and our stay was very comfortable. Access to the Snake River was a great way to cool off in the afternoons (dog loved it!), and wi-fi access was excellent from the middle of the park at all times of the day or night. While the restrooms and showers were clean, they could have used some additional ventilation or air conditioning during this very hot month in Jackson. Some sites did seem rather cramped, but our's was fine. Price is higher, but only because Jackson real estate is so outrageously high and many parks have now sold out to developers. We would certainly stay here again. Very friendly, family-oriented park! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There were only 3 good things about this campground. The staff was very friendly and the Snake River was in back by the tent sites. It's also very close to the town of Jackson. Otherwise, the sites were extremely close together. We were here in the middle of May so it was only half full. I can't imagine how you could get a trailer in here when they are booked. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There was nothing terribly wrong with this KOA and the staff was friendly and helpful, but I felt that the price was high for what they had to offer. The sites in the middle of the park seemed fairly close to each other but our site (#13) and others along the outside of the loop were fine for our tastes. There are some secluded tent camp sites at this park and the kids and I enjoyed biking around the park (on rock and gravel) and down to the river side. We only stayed here one night on the way to Yellowstone and probably wouldn't stay again, simply because of the price in relation to the amenities. Wifi was only usable in the store and at tables and benches immediately adjacent to the building. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For the price I paid, it was the worst koa I have ever stayed at, packed in like sardines, showers for people under 5' tall, would not stay at again. Horseback rides across the street were terrific, but would look for another place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a dump and the WiFi is a joke unless you like sitting next to the mens room to use their version of WiFi. The toilets are dirty and wobbly, the sites are hard to back in a trailer and the place feels cramped. This park does the KOA name a disservice (and KOA is not usually high on my list of RV parks). Shabby is the nicest term to describe this park. Given the outrageous rates, the owners should be able to invest in improvements. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a C+ park. Its one of those used-to-be KOAs which I find always to be very tight. It has some good camp sites and some not so good camp sites. It can accommodate 45' rigs, but many of the other sites are very close. However, the park is clean and well maintained. As noted in other reviews, the signage for this park is very poor and says Fireside Resort. If you are coming from Jackson and turn north on 390 off of Highway 22 when you see the Calico Restaurant, slow down because the entry way is about 2 blocks beyond that, on the right. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clearly, this place is pushing its contiguous, higher-end Fireside Resort Cabins. The campground portion was just fine, with clean restrooms and showers. Very comfortable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very good location, but. We would never stay here again. The service is poor. (Young women at front desk more interested in smoking than helping customers.) They assigned a site that in no way fit the dimensions of our rig. (Able to be reassigned only because they were not full.) And, when we inquired about staying an additional night, they said sure, no problem. However, when we returned to finalize plans, they had assigned our site to others, telling us that we did not hold it with additional payment. (Not mentioned in original conversation.) The only thing we didn't have to pay for was the rudeness and inflexibility: that came with the $75+ nightly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Do not trust them regarding your reservation. They messed up and did not care one bit about you as a customer. Be prepared to get lost trying to find this park. There is no sign. Absolutely will not recommend it to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very disappointed with this campground. We are new to RV camping, but out of all of the sites we have stayed in, this one is our worst experience and the most expensive. The sites are tight (I could almost touch the RV next to me while I was on my step) and not level. While we were there someone hit the water hook-up at their site and we lost water and there was no compensation. The front office was apathetic about our frustration. The bathrooms were dirty. The trash truck came early and was loud. No playgrounds or pools. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in a motorhome for one night. We chose it because it was the only place in Jackson that would accommodate a 41 foot RV, though the maneuvering was still tight. We initially had an issue with 50 amp service that they had fixed quickly. Internet worked well. We ended up choosing a premium spot to guarantee 50 amp service, but when all was said and done the single night cost 141.00 (I think Disneyworld was less!). If not for our perception of a lack of value, would rate it higher. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay at this campground. The campground has recently been remodeled and landscaped. This site is 7 minutes from Teton Village on the same road. Our children were at the Village, so it was really nice. There is a drive into Jackson, with excellent views. The campground is small, but had plenty room for our big rig with a pull though site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If this is the quality of RV parks that Jackson Hole offers, they obviously do not want the money RV'ers bring to Jackson Hole. The roads in Jackson Campground were muddy gravel at best. There were permenant residents with 5 kids playing/screaming and no parental supervision past 9:30 pm. The permanent resident next to us vomitted outside his trailer twice. There was obvious partying until well past midnight. We prepaid for three nights, no way to get any money back. We will never do that again. We felt very unsafe at night and left very early the next morning. We will never stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
During peak usage hours utility power drops to 90 volts ac. Spaces are very close together, not large. Animal waste all over. Women's restroom and showers had wood rot. Roads and sites full of potholes and ruts. Sites so tightly packed, that pull-throughs become back-outs. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
My navigation software, MS Streets & Trips calls this Moose-Wilson Road Campground evidently in error. Rate is $39.20/night, for a 50 amp economy site but there is a 9% state, local and lodging tax on my 5 night stay bringing the total to $53/night. Small campground, nice looking cabins on the entrance road which is dirt access road with pot holes, dirt/gravel interior roads, dirt/gravel sites. Access road has tall trees on either side forming a canopy, but they are trimmed high enough for barrier free access as long as you stay in the center of the access road. GO REAL SLOW! No warning signs of the campgrounds entrance road location, we were upon it before we saw it going east on Moose-Wilson Road. Had to go 1.5 miles before we could turnaround this 40 footer plus tow car. Some sites are quite close together, other's seem to have better separation, depending on what type of RV is occupying the site. The sites are arranged in a semi circle so the length varies by location. Grass strips between the sites give the initial appearance of separation, but with my slide out I am almost on top of the travel trailer next to me. Mature trees in the park and all around it, but our MotoSat satellite found and locked on over the top of the perimeter trees to the southeast of us. Premium sites seem to be differentiated by length only. Economy site has FHU + CATV so I am not sure why one would pay for premium. CATV has full line up including network channels. Women's Rest rooms/shower are in older building with plywood swinging doors but clean. Appears to be a heater in the combo shower/restroom. 3 showers, 3 commodes in the woman's head. I was told that the third shower has a head that sprays in all directions, "so keep the shower curtain closed." They have accommodated my request to stay an extra day, IF I move one site over. Seems silly, but young girl at the desk say's next reservation has requested this site specifically. Site 64 is barely long enough for coach and towed vehicle with bicycles on rear hitch, but it is more then long enough for 40 foot coach alone, so we parked the car alongside the front of the coach on the grass. Moved the car and rearranged the coach to find nearly level location within the site. Small amount of leveler extension to get leveled after moving back and forth in the site. This site seems high in the center so had to move closer to the utility pedestal to get level. Interior roads are a little narrow and tight with parked RV's encroaching on the road. GO REAL SLOW in the turns, but they are doable. Power is good and within acceptable range, water tastes OK, but I have it filtered at the spigot and my internal clean water faucet as I do with all places I have stayed in Wyoming. I was going to stay at Gros Ventre, but with temperatures predicted in the low 30s the next couple of nights I decided not to boondock, while we visited Teton NP. No specific place for the dogs to be walked so we just walked them around the perimeter of the sites. There are definitely children here in some of the sites but it is almost 10 pm and everything is quiet. I might come back, but if I could find something better, I might not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent three pleasant days here. While a bit pricey (as is everything else in the area), the recent low ratings for this campground are not justified! Some, not all of the sites are a bit tight. However, we had more than adequate room for our towed car and to sit out beside our motor home without being on top of our neighbors. It is also well situated for visiting Jackson Hole or the western side of the Tetons. We'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is way too expensive for this campground. Roads are uneven, rutted, gravel roads, and the sites are uneven. We couldn't even figure out which fire pit or table was for our site. Our fire pit was less than 2 feet from the next site sewer hookup. At midnight dogs were still outside, running and barking, a car was running and people talking loudly. We are never staying here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are small and crowded, and we were told that some of the sites have been split into two smaller sites to accommodate more campers. Many larger RV's didn't fit on the sites, and we had a slideout hanging over our firepit. Our site had some type of underground leak coming from our water hookup, which kept flooding a portion of the site. The bathrooms are old and dirty, and the staff was not that helpful. Don't waste your money here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Worst park we have stayed at ever! Booked our site on-line and had to pay in full at the time of booking. After reading reviews tried to call the campsite to clarify a couple of issues we were concerned about and we never got a reply back. When we arrived we were put in a site that was a drive in but back out-we had booked a pull through. The site was so tight that our neighbor's awning was touching one of our slides. Our fire pit was right outside of our door-you had to step around it. We had booked a 50 amp site and found when we tried to use our microwave we didn't have power. We called an RV tech who suggested we might only be on 30 amp. When we went to the office to ask we were told that the 50 amp was broken and we would have to make do with 30amp as they hadn't been able to get it fixed. Trust me if we could have found some other place to go we would have but we were there for a wedding and had no choice at that time of the year. Shame on you Jackson Hole for allowing such a shoddy business to operate and treat your tourists in such a disgraceful manner. We will never stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good views, nice landscaping and friendly staff. Cons: no parking when you register and the sites are extremely tight. Difficult to navigate in and out. Seasonal residents constantly water roads, which can be ok except the roads get very muddy. Also, the seasonal residents like to water the lawn on your site while you are here trying to enjoy your site. If you ask the seasonal resident (not the staff), to water later while you are gone they get very rude and mean. It seems that the owner's focus, and investment is in the cabins up front. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Worst Campground EVER. We arrived at the Jackson Hole Campground with high hopes since a tent campsite was around $50/night. We are immediately disappointed by our accommodations. We were assigned campsite #14 and it is in the far corner of the tent sites and sits in 3-4” of dirt. No shade, no grass, no fire pit and no picnic table. We promptly asked to be moved and were given the choice of 3 other sites. The main tent area looks like a group campsite and it is difficult to differentiate between the sites and you are right on top of your neighbors. Plus the bathrooms are on the other side of the property – not very convenient when you have 2 toddlers. The group in the neighboring 5 tent sites was large and disrespectful. They had several SUVs and a large trailer that was parked across the majority of the parking spaces set aside for the tent sites. They rudely told us that they were leaving at 6:30 am and if our car was in their way they’d wake us up to move it. We complained to the people in the office and nothing was done. When we returned to camp on night #2 again they were parked in the majority of the spots so we had to park way down from where we were camping. Again we went to the office to complain and I stated that we wouldn’t pay for the night unless something was done. The ‘manager’ came back to take a look, told us there was no where else for them to park and that he would do nothing because the same group has been camping there for 20 years. When we checked out we went in to get our refund and they refused. The ‘manager’ said that since we stayed we’d have to pay. When we threatened contacting the Better Business Bureau and the Jackson Chamber of Commerce we were offered the owners phone number and we will request a refund from him. This was a terrible start to our family vacation but luckily the rest of our vacation was fantastic. We camped here in a Tent.
This park looks to be an old converted KOA. The surface roads are dusty/muddy and narrow. The sites are VERY tight and have only 30 amp power. The employees try to keep the restrooms clean, but people tracking in mud and dirt make it almost impossible. We planned on staying a few days but left after one night. The $80 rate is a joke for what you get. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park seems to be a work in progress but is making strides in the right direction. The front of the site as you are first pulling in looks great but the RV park itself is a little over crowded for its size. When it rains, the lack of gravel makes the road ways pretty muddy. A little gravel would go a long way. The rest rooms were OK but small and a little tired. With all the improvements they are making I'd bet it's just a matter of time before they update them. The staff was very helpful and kind. The location was halfway between Jackson Hole and Teton Village which was very convenient. Two great restaurants within walking distance of the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The road approaching the office area is very narrow and cannot accommodate two passing RV's. The sites are very tight with little grass area that is very un-level. Campers don't abide by 5 mph speed limit which causes a lot of dust. Jackson is a lovely area but this park is overpriced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Expensive, but everything in Jackson is expensive. Sites are very close, as in all KOAs/former KOAs, but we were in shade and could open our three slides. The site was level. The (relatively) new owners are making improvements; we saw positive changes in the week we were there. The unmarked speed bumps? Not a problem if you drive 5 mph. Cabin construction was about complete, so there was no congestion problem. Staff continuously watered the roads to keep down dust. Staff went out of their way to help out. They should upgrade to 50 amp. Good Wi-Fi and cable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We made reservations via the internet because of the beautiful grassy wide site advertised. We showed up in our 41' coach and were immediately disgusted. They were installing new cabins at the front of the park, so I gave them a pass on the ridiculously muddy, rutted, pot holed road leading to the office. We checked in with a very nice young lady and proceeded to our spot. We had to dodge construction equipment, workers and dogs as we made our way back to the assigned site. There was no possible way to get our coach into that site because of the tightness of the turns, so we passed it and pulled into a site that we could at least drive through. We thought for a moment that maybe we could take it for 1 night, but noticed that even in this larger spot, we could not get 2 of our 3 slides out because of trees. We pulled back forward to the office, checked out, got refunded and moved campgrounds. Their campground is grossly over rated by anyone who gave it more than 2 stars. The next park gladly accepted us for the week and it is immaculate compared to Jackson CG. They lost 3 coaches for a week because of false advertising. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a $25 campground with a $75 fee. I was suckered into this camp. The roads are mostly mud with very little gravel. Lots of potholes and since there was lots of rain all the potholes were mud puddles. The sites were reasonable level and all are pull through, but again muddy pad with a lot, deep pothole requiring "fill" to get our stabilizer to work. Very little grass on the site, again, mostly mud. The fire pit was full of trash when we arrived and when we left two days later. All in all the clean bathroom and showers are the only positive. The park is busy building cabins and ignoring the RV aspect of the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Originally we were staying one night, but extended due to the fabulous location and general comfortable feel of this park. They are under going some big changes where they adding cabins and landscaping at the front of the park but that did not interfere with our stay and we did not notice any noise. Spaces are decent size and have grass and a picnic table between them. Gorgeous views of the southern Tetons and other mountains from the campground. Driving north about 15 minutes down the road they are on puts you in Grand Teton NP on a fabulous lesser travelled road that ends in Moose. This location is also very close to Teton Village. Jackson is about 15 minute drive. Two restaurants are within walking distance, or we found Jackson to be a great place (relative the other cities in MT, WY) for groceries. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good WiFi and cable TV. Sites are narrow. Couldn't walk beside the coach with the slides out because of trees. The fire ring in the next site is about 3 feet from side of our coach. Roads are dusty. They tried to put me in small back-in site next to dumpster. Lots of construction. Broken sewer connection in our site: hook ups are far away. Several dogs running loose as there is no enforcement of policy. Too pricey for what you get, but so is everything up here. Maybe when all the work is done it will be nice, but not now. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is undergoing renovations which will make it very nice with spiffy RV sites and cabins, laundry, etc. it used to be an old KOA as it has that tell tale A Frame. Due to renovations price should be cheaper...a plus is bike path across street. not in the town of Jackson, closer to Wilson and Teton Village. We would go back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a rustic park. Nothing is paved, so when it rained, there were lots of puddles. As others have pointed out, there are three dogs that run loose in the park, but they caused no problems for us or our dog. There are many improvements and construction underway here, including cabins. The location is great (close to Grand Teton National Park, and city of Jackson too), but a little difficult to find. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a sleeper for Jackson Hole. Very nice campground but like everything else in Jackson Hole it was way to spend y. Love the campground and would return if in Jackson Hole again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here because we couldn't get into Colter Bay until the next day. It was a convenient location but rather tight for a 40' motorhome. A lot of dogs running loose. The staff was very nice and allowed us to stay past the 11:00 checkout time since we were late getting there. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The men's bathroom looked like several I have seen in dirty, old and run down gas stations. One toilet was filled with excrement, one sink was stopped up. The walls are beaten up and in general is not fit for human use. Also, the park says that dogs must be on a leash, but I saw a dog enter the office and be welcomed by the clerk. This price is over-priced and run down. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very average park for the cost. The sites are really tight and not easy to maneuver around for big rigs. The unmarked speed bumps are ridiculous. And they had inadequate garbage disposal. And no, we won't be coming back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is about average. All the services worked well. Our site was not perfectly level but acceptable. The power, water, cable and internet all worked well. The people are friendly and helpful. The speed bumps are not marked and a little rough. The price is a little high but what isn't in Jackson? The BBQ place next door is very good and the judging by the parking lot the Italian one must be good as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best thing about this campground is it's proximity to the beautiful Tetons, a great bike trail and Jackson, Wyoming. The campground has nice, grassy sites with trees and grass. It is far enough away from the road that most sites do not have road noise. It is one of the few campgrounds that actually recycle a variety of materials. We had great Verizon coverage and the free Wi-Fi worked well enough to run You Tube. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice place to stay. We had site #1 next to a little creek and it was very pleasant. Site was a little tight with the back slides out due to a tree, but it was workable. Site was level. Staff friendly and helpful. We liked being out of the crowding in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 2 nights. Very pricey. The bathroom facility was dirty. The internet was weak and we had to use our Verizon card. Site was uneven and did not have a picnic table. I asked at the office about a table they responded with, "It is first come first serve." We finally got a picnic table the second night. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While a tad pricey, this campground was GREAT. Its location is what makes it perfect- close to Jackson Hole, and very easy access to Grand Teton National Park. After spending a week in Yellowstone with no electricity or showers, we decided to splurge on this campground and stayed for 4 days. Sites were nice, shaded, grassy, and level. Good amount of space for each camper. Gravel drives throughout, but, most campgrounds are. Another reviewer mentioned uneven, pot holes, muddy... I did not experience that at all. Its gone through some ownership changes, and these new owners are really trying their best to improve. Every a.m. there were lawn and maintenance people working to keep grass green, trees and shrubs clipped, and gravel in good shape. Showers and bathrooms were very clean, but apparently the sewer system is a bit outdated, so they asked that at your campsite that you dump all at once. Owners were very nice, modest little storefront, and we'd definitely stay here again. Each campsite had a picnic table and fire ring. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park was OK for a pit stop. Not much to do for children in the park! Fire pit was provided, but not sure if it would contain a fire. Some sites had a picnic table, some did not! Ours did not! "Grocery" was weak, and there is NO laundry room. Site was uneven. We would revisit but only IF all other RV parks in Jackson Hole were booked! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Has new owner: now Jackson Hole Campground. Totally full as are all the campgrounds. New owners working on improvements: sites are flat with some trees. Excellent cable TV with lots of channels. Internet good, but a little slow. Our GPS was not totally accurate as to the location on Moose Wilson Rd. Fire rings are fun at night and they sell wood at the store. Close to a grocery store. Convenient to many places for sightseeing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a tight little park filled with mostly seasonal guests...all of whom were extremely friendly and tidy. The owner will jump through hoops to help you out with virtually any problem you may have. He's constantly in and out of the restrooms and laundry room keeping them immaculate. Most nights during peek season (June-Aug) there are only a couple of overnight spots available that usually fill by early afternoon. This is a first-come, first-served park that doesn't take reservations. The price is less than half of all the other RV parks in the Jackson area. Utilities are good. Road noise is considerable. There are no games/playgrounds for the kids, but they are definitely welcome. There is a gas station and grocery store directly across the street. Trust me, DO NOT pass up an open spot here when you're visiting Jackson/Teton/Yellowstone! There's too much to do in the area to worry about (and pay for) amenities at an RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here one night enroute to Yellowstone. The hosts were extremely pleasant, helpful and friendly. Most sites occupied by permanent summer guests. Park is tiny, and tight, a few pull through sites but we had a back in. Bathrooms clean and campground was immaculate. We had a picnic table but not enough room to open awning. Chose this site because was best price in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My rating was only a 1 because this owner stated on a couple of occasions when I called for availability that no reservations were accepted and all sites were "first come, first served". I even called again on the morning of 7/27 at approx. 10AM and asked if any sites were open and he stated that he would not know until 11AM check-out time. We timed our arrival as close to 11 as possible and arrived at 11:21AM and pulled in to his park right behind an empty site only to be told by the girl in the office that no sites were available. When I questioned the "no reservation" policy she became belligerent and told me she was just following orders but that the site was being "held" and asked me my name and when I gave it to her she said "that's not it". At that point she became argumentative and I left. In any case, the sites were very tight and the park is very dusty and dirty and I am glad we could not stay there now. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly, nice owners. Next to a highway currently under major construction. Located at Hoback Junction about 15 miles south of Jackson. Small park with only a handful of spaces for RV travelers on a first come, first serve basis. Snake River nearby. Dusty, difficult to park in a tight space. WiFi free and adequate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice owners! We called and they stayed open for our late check-in (9:45). Easy hookups and plenty of space to park. Beautiful setting. Within walking distance of grocery store if you want to stay hooked up for the night. Would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It's off a noisy road where there is currently construction going on - could hear trucks all the time and made the area dusty. Only reasonable park in the entire Jackson area - so for one or two nights just to have a place to sleep it works. Owners were very nice. NO TV - with antenna. A little far away from the Tetons park but made the drive. Can't say we'd stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park just 20 minutes south of Jackson. The owners are super nice and helpful. It is a little tight for big rigs, but manageable, and the owner goes out of his way to help navigate the site. I was able to get our 43ft.fifth wheel in, so it is possible. There are only a handful of overnight sites that fill up quickly due to it's the best deal in the Jackson area. They do have Wi-Fi, and it worked well. We stayed here for a month, as my wife worked at the hospital in Jackson, and would definitely stay here again. Excellent grocery store and gas station just a walk across the street. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground is right on the Snake River, although you can't see it. You won't find a better deal near Jackson with hookups. (Gros Ventre in the park is $20 a night with no hookups!) But this park only has 5 or 6 sites available, the others are permanent residents. The 3 or 4 pull throughs are big and easy to get in and out. There are 3 or 4 much smaller backins. Owners (the RV park and land are for sale if you want to own your own!) are very nice and helpful. The park WiFi was usually good. ATT cell excellent, Verizon poor. DirecTV good. The water pressure was low. So if you want a site here, best to get here midday when others checking out. No reservations taken. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The total number of sites is misleading, as all but about five of them are full of permanent residents. The owners are friendly and helpful; their small gift shop is well stocked with authentic area souvenirs. Jackson is about eight miles north of the park and is a convenient place to shop, explore and eat. A small convenience store directly across the highway provides grocery essentials otherwise. It is frustrating to be in a park so close to the beautiful Snake River, yet not have it accessible or even visible from the park. This is definitely a destination, but rather a lower-priced alternative to the much more expensive parks in Jackson or further north toward Grand Teton National Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were desperate to find somewhere to stay without paying the $60-80 that the likes of KOA wanted for camping in Jackson. Drove past this site and they had one space left. The family that own it are lovely and the showers and laundry rooms are very clean, this is a small site nothing to do for the kids but as you are out all day not really a problem, quite at night. Very impressed with the $25 price for full hookup. We have stayed at KOA sites worse than this but charge twice as much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this park to have very little as forms of creature comforts for the nightly rate of $86 + tax. The sites were mostly small and unimproved dirt which turned to mud after a rain shower. The restrooms and showers were dirty from people tracking in the mud. Most sites would require some leveling blocks in order to level your rig. The staff was not very helpful and unprofessional. I wouldn't recommend this campground if anything else was available. Best described as overpriced and mediocre. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No longer a KOA park, new owners. The entrance is not well marked and tight to get around in a big rig. The park needs some TLC but it appears the owners are working toward. There are a few spots with plenty of room for Big Rigs. WI-FI and Cable worked well at our site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park was sold in 2006. It was suppose to be developed but the new owner is having permit problems. He reopened it in May 2007 as the Moose-Wilson Campground. It is treed but the sites are tight. Through no fault of his own, he is not really too knowledgeable about running a campground. But he is trying. The staff is also inexperienced. I suspect he will close the campground as soon as he gets the permits to develop the area. But with Teton Co., who knows when that will happen. There are few options in Jackson Hole for full hookup camping. I suggest reservations for the high season June - mid-Sept. Perhaps even later. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Worst KOA park we ever stayed in. Rude, unhelpful staff. Way understaffed and most those don't speak good English. Few amenities and poor internet connectivity. "Teton Village" KOA?? Well it might be in the same ZIP code. Miles out of Teton Village! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I read countless reviews of this park before our trip - and I regret not heeding all of the warnings offered. First of all, to dispell one myth - this campground is NOT in Teton Village - it is 'on the way' to Teton Village. The only thing close by was the Bar J Chuckwagon - which was awesome - and an Italian restaurant (didn't try it). If you are really ambitious you could walk to Teton Village - but it would be a hike - both ways. The campground is for sale and rumor has it - sold to turn in to condos or homes - heard both but cannot confirm. It would be a shame since the other two campgrounds we saw 'in town' (Virginian and one by the public pool) were both parking lots and had people really close to each other. Wireless Internet does not work unless you are right in their office (and sometimes not even then). They have one wireless router for all 108 sites, so even when connected it's not much of a signal. The trees in the park provided great shade, but they were also a hindrance in positioning our rig to get slides out / doors open etc. Overall a nice park but we probably would stay closer to Jackson if we return. BTW, my husband and I took my niece and nephew with us for one week. I noticed on my receipt we were charged $11.00 per child per day to have them with us - that's pricey! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground is over grown with trees and bushes. Entrance is limited around office area if someone is parked at office you can not get into the park. Big rigs be careful, I scratched my motorhome with tree limbs and bushes. Also could only get wireless at the office area. Campgroud is for sale, not much seems to get done. Nightly rate is too much for what is offered. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 3 / 10 ]
We were told the campground HAS been sold to be developed for 'affordable housing' similar to what is next door to the cg. That leaves very little in Jackson for places to stay. Trees and bushes were unruly. I watched as one poor fellow caught his beautiful A class on a large limb when trying to leave popping a hole in the side of his rig. Our site was ok, but way overcrowded with shrubs. The people next to us lit a fire in their fire pit and it illuminated the side of our bedroom window until way past midnight. It was so close to our MH, and the fire so high, I thought for sure we'd have a problem. Some of these fire pits are way too close for comfort. We stayed 2 nights and opted to move on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I liked this campground very much. While we were there we found out that the campground had just been sold to a developer and no longer will exist. I'm really sad to see that happen because this is a very lovely and affordable place to stay while in Jackson. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Staff was friendly but the sites were packed in pretty tight. Big rigs will be put in an open field. Our small trailer fit in the slightly more shaded area. This campground is for sale and it's probably going to be a housing project soon so it may not even exist in 2007. The buildings and sites were a but run down and overall it wasn't a good value. However, I didn't see any other alternatives in the area besides the campgrounds in Teton park themselves. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground is ok. If your alleric to cottonwoods this isn't the place for you. It's currently for sale which may explain the up keep of the place. Camped here on way out of Yellowtone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent maintenance of this older park. New 50 amp. electric with excellent cable TV. Free WiFi internet (this should be standard in all RV parks). The Bar J western dinner and show which is located about 1/2 block from the park was excellent (especially the show). The park has lots of trees and grass. The grass is well-maintained. We visited the other RV parks in Jackson and this is far and away the best. The only negative is that ingress and egress for a large coach is tight. Like all KOA parks, they have tent campers and cabins. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice older park. Interior sites are quite narrow because of trees and brush which also provides a level of privacy but would benefit from trimming. Had to move our 34' 5th wheel several times to accommodate opening our 3 slides without going in to the trees/brush. Wi-Fi was available at our site, while others had to go to the office for good reception. Office staff very helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here 3 nights, disappointed that they gave away our pull-thru site after we made our reservation 6-months in advance. We arrived on our scheduled day at 2pm. Best to call and confirm before you arrive. They are very crowded, so their attitude is so-so. $47 per night for full hookups with cable. Restrooms and showers were clean. WiFi only in office lobby. Next trip to the Grand Tetons we will try a different RV park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a very large and grassy site with shade, the owners are very nice and helpful, the restrooms and showers are clean, large nice and clean laundry room. We had reserved 4 nights but stayed a full week, we will return to this park for a longer stay We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Reservations we made for 2 cabins in May were cancelled by the campground owners prior to our arrival in June. We were relieved to be able to get their last available cabin. In reviewing our charges, I was unhappy to find that we were charged for the cancellation. The owner's attitude was that since the cancellation happened, we had to pay for it. Repeated efforts to resolve this issue with the owners have brought no response. We camped here in a .
[ 8 / 10 ]
A campground with a gorgeous view of the Grand Tetons. Although an older KOA, it has been reworked and modernized. Staff is very professional and gracious. I would have given them a 10 but, despite the fact they advertise wi-fi, you can only get it from sites right next to the office. The majority of sites cannot receive wi-fi. Still a wonderful place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is in an excellent location; close to town, groceries, shopping, restaurants, attractions, and the GrandTetons National park. The hookups work well although the wifi is slow. On this basis, I rated the park higher than I might have otherwise. The park was not well maintained. The grass was long. The spots are too tight and short. It will be challenging to pull out in the morning as the spots are straight rather than angled. This park could be a gem if they revamped and updated the sites, but I suppose when you are getting an outrageous price of more than $60 per night, there's not much incentive to improve the facility. I have been traveling for more than two months now. This park takes the "honors" for the most expensive park and one of the least desirable parks we have stayed in. While Jackson is a nice place, it is no nicer than the other fine cities and towns we have visited across the country. I would look for another location if I visited again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed for 3 nights and the 3rd night the rates jumped up because it was 6/1. Challenged the rule since I came in 5/30 but they would not relent. You are a captive because of its location. Sites are short and tight. Showers are the same, small stall. I would not come back because of their rules and rates. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is crazy overpriced at $68, for a mediocre park. But the location 2 miles outside Jackson makes you a captive audience. You can use the hotel pool. Sites are gravel, some pull throughs are on the short side. Two different teams of staff, Happy and Grumpy, you decide which one you got. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is more of a over nighter in an emergency. While the staff was very friendly and helpful the sites are tight and run down. They say pet friendly but the restrictions are too much. The stuff did work. It was just OK. We probably won't stay here again. The location is very nice. In fairness it was the end of a long trip and they had a serious fire above Jackson that kept mostly smoked out (not the camp grounds fault). We may have been more appreciative if we had not had to cut our trip short due to the fire. The campground was very nice about refunding our no stay due to the fire. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Functional campground with short sites; have to park tow vehicle cross-ways to site. Gravel throughout with many potholes in roadways. Dusty. Close to everything. Not a destination campground, but good for accessing Jackson, Jackson Hole, & Grand Teton NP. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd time here and it is a pretty good RV park. Top notch staff and easy to maneuver inside the park. Great location and free public transportation makes seeing Jackson a breeze. We plan on staying here again. I would have given this park a higher rating if the sites were improved. This is a very busy RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location in Jackson, convenient to walk downtown or get on the bike paths (of which there are many.) Sites are crammed in and in the summer very dusty. Would stay again as it is convenient. The Virginian Lodge is a bit odd, lots of tour buses and a funky bar. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Previous comments are dead on about this over-priced, poorly designed park. You'll be crammed into narrow gravel sites with your sewer close to the door of your neighbor. No place to park at check-in without blocking campers. But workampers seemed like they were organized to get people in quickly. Convenient to Jackson; great summer town. Disappointed to find tiny, cramped showers which were a mess. Would never pay $63 (and that's with the GS/AAA discount) for a park like this anywhere else. At least the cable TV was pretty good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I rated as high as I did (7) because of the location. That is the main thing this park has. It is close to everything Jackson. The woman at the check-in booth was the rudest individual I've come across at a campground. Do NOT try to check in before 1:00 if she is here. A few of us were here at 11 to 12:00 and she didn't permit any checkins. Even though we could see half the campground was empty. Some spots are extremely small near the road. Our spot, a drive through, was no more than adequate. No shade, noisy neighbors, smaller than typical spaces. I would have expected a much nicer campground for the rate paid, despite the location. Road is potted and when it rains, its a muddy mess. Hard to find, not well signed. We drove to the lodge to check in and found it was behind the lodge. Access to the lodge pool was a nicety. The park fills up quickly. We would only go back for the location, not for the staff or the park itself. Grass is spotty and weeds abound. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed in this park for 5 summers in a row. Location, Location, Location! Right in the middle of Jackson. As previous comments have suggested, they have rules that are enforced here, but the result is a clean, quite establishment. We have no complaint and will continue to come here for many summers to come. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for two nights and reserved ahead of time. Way over priced for what you get. Wi-Fi didn't work most of the time. It was very slow and could only get on in the morning. Sites are very tight and not long enough. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean and close to everything in Jackson. Sites are tight. It's pretty pricey, but I guess thats because of the location. Bathroom are clean, but could use some updating. We would probably stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
No problems with the Wi-Fi for 4 days. Simple sign-on, unlike the cranky Tengo systems used at many other parks. I would call this a basic, no frills park, but it's right in downtown Jackson, which means everything is close by. Also, it's quite quiet because it's back off the main drag. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner does not reinvest earning into the RV park. The rest rooms were clean, but very dated. The showers were about the right size for a six year old child. I told my wife, they have a sight to put shower curtain inside the shower. I told her that I could not fit in with the shower curtain too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I could not disagree more with the previous review. My only reason for not giving this RV park a 10 is that you do have to re-log on to the wifi when you've been away, which is annoying. But our wifi worked just fine. We have a 36' fifth wheel and had no trouble parking, and our pull-through was absolutely level. Exit was also easy -- maybe some sites are less convenient? We had no complaints and so can't speak to how staff would respond to them; but they were very helpful and friendly when we asked for suggestions/directions, and were visible around the park. We didn't use the restrooms but the laundry was clean & worked well. If we're ever in Jackson again, this is where we'll stay! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
WI-FI available for only a few minutes after each complaint was registered. Pet area was 1/2 block of gravel road. Sites were too small to park a trailer and car in tandem. Tow vehicles were parked across the end of each slot, making exits very difficult. Very expensive based upon our other experience. Staff called each other liars and we were caught in the middle. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is way over priced. Must be the location. Tight sites and gravel roads. Friendly staff. No other place and always booked. Hated this park. Booked for 4 days and stayed for 3. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a $23 campground that charges $63 for location, location, location. Roads and sites are awful, but utilities work fine. Couldn't be more convenient for Teton and Jackson Hole activities however. In their favor, you can use the pool and spa at the Resort that owns them. Cable excellent; Wi-Fi kicks you off repeatedly. Returning isn't an issue; we've done the Tetons! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This CG has a main road out front and a very busy local road to the rear. The turns in and around the CG are very tight and must be done slowly and carefully. The roads and sites are gravel and very dusty. The pull through sites are on the short side with not much room for your tow. Many tows were parked in the road making it difficult for other rigs coming and going. The dog walk was along the back side where all incoming traffic passed. One had to be very careful walking the dog when a rig was driving by. The CG is close to downtown and on the main road to Yellowstone and Teton Parks. I deducted 1 point from the CG because they do not recycle. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were not especially impressed with this park, it was OK but only that. Nothing impressed us except how friendly the staff was. The roads were wide enough, but not smooth at all. The sites were close together with nothing to separate them from one another. The showers, though clean, were the smallest that we have ever encountered. As another reviewer has stated, all the RV parks in Jackson are expensive, but I think on our next trip we will try another. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is centrally located in town. Right on the city bus line (downtown, Kmart, Albertsons), across street from library, and walking access to lots of stuff including hiking trails. We have stayed at another local campground and found this one a better deal and better maintained. All RV parks in Jackson are expensive: even the National Park. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Small RV park with dirt and gravel roads and pads. Most pads seem pretty level but the dust is bad from the roads. Seems every camp ground in this area is way over priced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like this campground. This is our 5th time to stay here, and probably for some the sites are a bit tight and difficult to get in, especially if a motorhome or larger RV, but for us it is perfect. It is convenient to town and several restaurants that we enjoy. The Cable TV is excellent, and they now have WiFi with a strong signal. Friendly staff! The sites are gravel and not totally level, but, again, we do like staying here. Only reason for a 9 is that sites do not have concrete pads. We always stay in Site #14. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
$65/night and no WiFi??? Wow, definitely not a resort at all! Tired old place. VERY TIGHT spots. Dirt roads. It is pretty much a parking lot with full hookups. Did have CA/TV so that was nice. Very cramped: not what you would picture in wide open Wyoming! We had to have the neighbor move his pickup just so I could pull out. I would go back to Jackson Hole again, but I will be looking for a better place to stay for sure! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here because it was the only RV park available at our time of reservation. We agree with other reviewers the park is way overpriced. In this day and age Wi-Fi is available free in almost every public facility in the world. Not at this place. It was $2.00 a day and after I signed up I found, like others, it did not work and it was like pulling teeth to get my money back. We found our site to be uncleaned and the electric box not reset when we arrived. If I'm ever in the area I'll set up in a mall parking lot before coming back to The Virginian. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The campground was level with gravel pads. The host was friendly and courteous. The sites and roads were tight for our 36' coach with car in tow. We had to unhook the towed vehicle to fit in the space. Hookups were well placed. Pet walk was a small grassy area at the end of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The entrance was difficult to find since it is poorly marked. When exiting the park, you have to set up carefully to avoid striking any cars parked on the street. We were in a pull through site, but due to a tree, the electrical box, and my slide out, I was unable to park my truck in front of my 30 foot trailer. I had to park behind my trailer at an angle and attempt to keep my vehicle off the grass. Our spot was gravel and we needed one board to level the trailer side to side. Our picnic table had one bench that was split in half and was unusable as a seat. There was no free Wi-Fi at the park but there was free Wi-Fi across the street at the local library. The park was extremely windy so no one had awnings or chairs out. That being said, the location of the park was excellent. The park was a great base for exploring Grand Teton National Park and the town of Jackson. I don’t consider this park a resort. For this price, the up keep of the park and the condition of the sites should be much better. Unlike a previous reviewer, I did not consider the walk to the pool at the Virginian Hotel excessive. I would return to the park for its location, not it amenities. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Location. Location. Location. We hesitated to stay here after reading less than favorable reviews on this site, but decided to take a chance since it was both walking distance to downtown Jackson, and had a free bus system stop just outside of the site. Well we were very pleasantly surprised by how nice this property was! It was clean, friendly, and perfect for our kids and our dog. Our kids lived in the heated swimming pool, and made new friends at the site. We enjoyed grilling steaks on the outdoor grill provided. We visited the fabulous library across the street from the property. And we took our pup on great runs into the mountains and streams each day. While the rates were on the steep side, we would have had to have paid $300/night to get comparable accommodations at a hotel in Jackson. We loved being right in town and being able to walk for fresh bagels in the morning and great ice cream after supper. Plus we got to see the town's wonderful 4th of July parade and incredible fireworks display. We had a fabulous stay at the Virginian! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is a big big ripoff. For your $62 you get almost nothing but a place to park your rig and the closeness of Jackson city. WI-FI? your kidding as it costs $2.00 a day and you need to walk up to the check-in booth to use it. You can go to the main lobby of the hotel and use it for free but its a good walk. Your pad is gravel with uncut grass on both sides. The roads are just dirt with large puddles and mud after it rains, which it did a couple of times for us. The dogs should go to a small area to be walked. The entrance to the park is hidden and i missed the driveway and had to turn around. The exit is to a small street and with any size rig you better have a lookout so you don't hit any parked cars. You have access to the pool and hot tub if you wish to walk about 5 mins or so to the main lobby. Why does it cost so much? Because its the only park near to Jackson and you don't have a choice so just figure on paying the price and enjoy the visit. I don't plan on returning but if i did, i would stay at this park only because there is no other choice. I rated it a high rating of 5 due to the convinced of the city. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has a great location, but a few truck loads of gravel to fill in deep potholes would be a great idea! Mud, mud everywhere made for a messy stay. Poor value for the $$. Next time we will stay elsewhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Unfortunately this is the only "game in town" - overpriced for the tiny spaces they cram you in. Small patch of grass designated as "pet area". Make sure you check out the restaurant - best breakfast - great bargain and fast, friendly, efficient owners and staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The best thing about this park is the location. It's right in Jackson and real convenient to Grand Teton Natl Park. You can walk downtown. There are hiking and biking trails right behind the park. Unfortunately, the price is a bit high, and for what they charge, they really ought to provide Wi-Fi. The pool and hot tub are up in the lodge, too much of a walk for us. Pads were level, gravel, and lacking in shade. The campground floods badly in the rain. 50amp hookups were solid. Excellent water pressure and taste. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed one night here. Thought it was overpriced. Had a nice, clean site just south of historic downtown. Has friendly staff and nice pull through sites. Has a clean laundry room. WiFi in the motel part, is not really in the RV area. Would stay here again if the price went down. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I had no internet access to do much research, and had wanted to stay at Colter Bay, but found out it was closed so we stayed here without any checking online. Expensive and we had a Good Sam discount. It has short gravel pull throughs with barely enough room for a toad. The office is a tiny building which you cannot go into but use a sliding window. Was told not to park on the grass and must use the tiny dog run. The Wi-Fi was $2 more if I wanted to use it in the laundry room or free at the Lodge next door. I did not use it. The man at the front was not friendly at all or welcoming, just matter of fact. Here are the rules and here is your site. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is as close as you can find, to calling it a trailer trash park. This was the worse and most expensive park we stayed at in our 3 month and 12,000 mile trip. You know you are in for a ride when you register at a little homemade storage shed looking building. The roads were a mess as well as your campsite area. Water stood everywhere, and the park was not kept up that well. If it was not for the fact this is the only park in Jackson, it would not be in business. There were a lot of coaches who's owners thought they had landed in a paradise, but I promise you it is far from it. To use the WiFi internet, you have to go to the hotel lobby. Stay at the Grand Tetons RV park, if you can get reservations. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A crowded, bare bones campground right behind a motel. Has narrow, short, pull through sites. Right in town for easy sight seeing, but really too expensive for the value received. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Quiet and convenient to downtown Jackson, but has very little appeal otherwise. Roads are still full of potholes, spaces are very close, dog run is poor, dump station is immediately adjacent to one of the sites, and our view was a closeup of an electric power transformer station. The price is one of the highest we have seen in 4 weeks of travel through this part of the country. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't let the picture on their web fool you, it is not a resort: it is an older hotel with the RV park in the rear. Even though the staff was friendly and helpful, the main positive thing for this RV park is the location. It is close to downtown and easy to get to the Teton National Park for your auto tour. Wi-Fi was non-existent, even if you pay the $2 a day fee. The roads are full of pot holes and bumps (probably bad after a rain). Half the dryers were out of order and the sites are real close. The sewer hook-up is 7 to 8 inches above ground so the sewer hose was up hill to the trailer: so when emptying, had to milk the hose several times to empty tanks. They make a lot of money off this park and put very little back into maintenance. By far the worse park I have stayed in. We are now across the Teton's in Victor, Idaho. Check out the Teton Valley, it is only a 22-mile ride to Jackson and is far better place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There were mud puddles everywhere at this campground. They did provide a hose to wash off your camper and vehicle though, which was nice. The pool at the resort was clean and nice. The lady at check-in was not very nice. We seemed to be inconveniencing her by checking in. The one working at the information window was helpful. He helped us plan our 2 evenings and was very friendly. They advertised free Wi-Fi, but I was told when I got there that it was not free. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The interior roads here were really bad. Sites were tight but manageable. Nice that there is some grass. The cable TV worked fine. More than half of the washers and dryers were not functioning. We thought the price was pretty high for what you got. The location however is great to explore Jackson. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here three nights on our way to Yellowstone in early August. I really have to agree with most of the reviews, as the park is really not maintained well especially for the price and is most certainly not what I would call a resort. The sites are close together but the management seemed to be nice and helpful, at least to us. The campground was quiet during our stay and everything worked properly. The interior roads are not maintained very well and since it rained some while we were there there were also some puddles to deal with. The best thing about this park is the location as it is within walking distance to the town center, which has many nice shops and places to eat. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very neglected campground but staff was nice. Had to pay extra for internet and access was terrible. Not enough restrooms for a park this size. Interior roads terribly gutted. Units close together. However, great location to shopping in Jackson. Great views of mountains. Close to Grand Teton NP. Having rated this park rather low, we would consider staying here again due to the location. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had two of the worst nights in a campground. We had a unit next to us with 6 bikers that started racing in and out at 11:00 PM Friday night and went to 2:00 AM. Saturday it started at 10PM and went to 3:30 AM. I called security 3 times and they responded once. At 3 AM they said that the RV park was not their problem. We come to Jackson almost every year. We will not be staying at this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Considering the prices of motels in Jackson, I don't think the price for this campground is outrageous. It is a parking lot-style campground, but it has grass, trees, magpies, and views of nearby mountains. The pool and hot tub are large and have chairs around them and grass. The check-in person was friendly. We were able to connect to the free lodge wi-fi from our site, which wasn't all that close to the lodge, but it was slow. Across the street is the public library, where the wi-fi is free and fast, so we used that as well. It's about a mile walk to the Town Square, a few blocks to a supermarket, less than that to some restaurants. There's quite a lot of traffic noise. It could use more bathrooms, especially sinks; it was packed in the morning when the campground was full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It had just rained before we pulled in and the dirt interior roads were a muddy mess. The sites are short, Wifi very slow, and small pet walking area was a joke. This was a fair $25 per nite park but a real sorry deal at $62. Trouble is that this is about the only park in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This could be a really good campground with some very minor improvements. The roads are gravel and have large pot holes. Areas between some of the sites were low and had standing water due to rain. They charge for WiFi unless you are close to the hotel where you can get it free. The site we had was level and it looked like most are at least very close. One of the best parts was it is close to the free city bus that will take you within easy walking distance of most attractions in the city. The on-site restaurant was also a very good family place to eat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park offers nothing much for the high price. The road in to the park is tight. The park roads are narrow and the sites are short. Parking your vehicle near your rig is not easy. The pool is part of the motel. There is no club house. office or store. The interior roads could use some work. The staff was friendly and organized. They have the market locked in Jackson so you pay premium prices. Our aircard and cell phone worked well. We like the area so we would stay here again, since there are not too many other choices. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Inside roads need some up dating (Gravel) it had rained so large pools of water and could not see how deep. Clean restrooms and helpful staff. Site was a bit tight, just have to watch it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We ended up in this campground after a long day of driving through Yellowstone, and came in without reservations. The man at the office said the credit card machine was down and had to take my credit card back to his house to process it. (That was a little uncomfortable!) The park was crowded and we were placed at the very end of a row, and had no internet access available in the RV park. We had to walk to the lobby of the Virginian Hotel in front of the park to use the computer. The park had a lot of potholes, and needed new gravel. Since we stayed at the very rear of the park, the traffic/truck noise on the side street behind the park was loud and woke us up several times. The showers were very clean though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park represents one of the issues with this site. It gets both high and low ratings as I suspect the expectations of folks are vastly different. We just finished our second trip to the Virginian and it was considerably worse than the first. The whole place was a giant mud hole and the site we were in was so soft the coach sank into it when we pulled in. Since this is "the only place in town", it should get a high enough rating for its location, but little else makes it worth more than an average rating. The husky guy who tracked us down when we pulled in was gruff about "I tried to stop you before you passed the office" but I pointed out that he had signs posted everywhere about "pulling forward and pulling to the right to check in". He pushed me along enough that when my body language turned to "I've had enough of your crap" he lightened up. This is a prime example of what a lack of competition will get you. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are full timers but not retired therefore, we need to stay in parks that allow us to work during the day on the computer/phone. The sites were gravel, fairly level and although they are close together, it did not bother us. The laundry facilities were clean and the price to wash/dry was acceptable. Our Sprint and Verizon aircards worked well. The rate per night in season, with a Good Sam discount however, is quite high for what you get in return. The roads were muddy and pocked with large holes. Being a tourist town and the only RV park, we feel like we should have received more bang for our buck. This was a getaway from staying in the national park with no hookups and definitely would have stayed more than two nights if not for the high price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is way over priced for what it has to offer. The only reason we stayed was because our dog needed to be treated by a nearby vet. Everyone is crammed together "KOA-style" in a series of side-by-side sites. There are few trees and the grounds, although clean and neat , are not very inviting. The showers are about the smallest I've ever been in. You hardly can turn around in them. The cable comprises about 25 channels and they ask an extra $4/day for WiFi. There is not good value here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great RV Park! We liked it so much we made a reservation for our return trip - it's close to shopping/grocery/restaurants; and the folks who run the park are friendly and helpful. We appreciated the nice grassy strips between spaces! The only reason I didn't give this a perfect ten score is that it would be nice to have a better "dog area" - a 3' strip of grass isn't sufficient in my dogs' minds...LOL! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one expensive cheap campground. Entire park is gravel, slightly muddy when it rains. WiFi cost $$. Very small laundry, office, and restrooms-showers. Manager noted that owner was not willing to spend any more money. Why ? There were no other RV parks in Jackson, no competition. Park is convenient to Jackson area. Park is connected to motel and restaurant. Park has small trees. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The Virginian RV Park in Jackson, WY is a nice park. Check in was very efficient and the staff very helpful. The sites were close to level but closer together than I prefer. The pads are all gravel and the roads dirt; each site has a small grass area and a table. Not a lot of trees in the park Roads had been treated to keep the dust down. Traffic flow is well thought out. Part of the park has Wi-Fi using a secure network for an additional $2.00/day. Restrooms and laundry facilities were clean as was the park. Prices were high but there is not much in Jackson that is not. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Be sure to make reservations! This is the only RV Park in town. Everything was clean & well maintained, though the shower stalls seemed really small. The pool is on the affiliated hotel grounds. Our site was across from the shower/laundry, so everyone, including the staff, felt it necessary to walk through our site to get back and forth. Pricey, but about what we expected to pay in a tourist town. Great location for visiting Jackson. Walk to restaurants; short drive to downtown or grocery store. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed at this park for two days over the 4th of July weekend. It is located in downtown Jackson and is convenient to the shops and restaurants there. It's about a 30 minute drive over to Grand Teton National Park. This is more of an RV Park and not a campground (campsites are close together), but there are some trees and grass, which is nice to have. We have no complaints other than the WiFi service was a bit weak. We were camped near the laundry room; I suspect that the sites further out on the edges of the park had no WiFi service. I would have given 8 stars, but because of the WiFi problems it gets 6 stars. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Outragiously expensive !!!! Cost us $66 a night to sleep in our own 25 ft motor home. They are the only RV campground in the expensive, picturesque western style Jackson Hole town. Staff is friendly and helpful. Wireless internet is not free, it cost $1 per day. You would think it would be free, at the price one has to pay for the site. Has nearby free bus shuttle into town. Across the street has shopping center, pharmacy, restaurants, radio shack, etc. Has very convenient location to shopping and stores. The location is great ! the price is very bad !If you paid $66 a night for a month, it would cost you $1980 a month, compared to the one bedroom apartments across the street are only $900 per month (I talked to an apartment resident)...I will not stay there again, because of the price...there are some less expensive rv parks outside of town, some distance away, along highway 89 We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really the only close in RV park game in town. Signage is a bit tricky (2 blocks really means down the side street NOT the main street). Staff was very nice. Wireless is dirt cheap at 2 bucks a day. Power seems to be clean and at full wattage. Space between is a tad tight... But hey we are friendly RVing types. Cottonwood trees could be an issue for roof top A/C units (clogging condenser fins with seed cotton) during the spring time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV Park has a great view of the Jackson mountains! The staff are helpful and friendly. Each RV site is next to a grassy area with a tree and picnic table - all other grounds are gravel. The Park is close to downtown Jackson, so you can either take the shuttle bus there or just drive, as the town is very RV friendly. The bathrooms are decent and open 24/7 (with a code), and the showers are hot and free. The Park is quiet and you have access to The Virginian Resort swimming pool. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place was very pricey, but then all the RV Parks in Jackson Hole, WY, are way over priced. The whole town is nothing more than a very high priced tourist trap. Everything in town was over priced, but then it's a fun town to see and experience. This campground provides a good place to explore the Grand Teton and Yellowstone Natl Parks. The cable TV worked fine and had a good selection of channels. The check-in staff was helpful if somewhat in a hurry to check me in, without, I might add, a reservation. I arrived before normal check-in time (1:00 PM), and the lady did find me a site I could immediately occupy for 1 night. I just never could figure out what the hurry was. I would stay here again if I saved my spare change and didn't mind spending a fortune to sleep in my own bed. Way over priced for a place to park with full hookups. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park was very clean. The showers were way too small, but clean. The person who checked us in was very unfriendly. It was like he was barking at us. This guy needs to take a few guest service classes. I was the driver, and he sent my 30 year old daughter with my credit card to get checked in, he sent her back for my drivers license. Then sent her back again saying that I had to go up and register. When I got back up with my credit card he made us go back out to our coach to get my drivers license again, he said that he didn't look at it the first time! When we got back with my drivers license he proceeded to say the picture doesn't look like me! What a jerk!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Reservations are a must. They have the monopoly if you want to stay in town. Great location. Walking distance to drug and liquor store, restaurants. WiFi is $2 a day extra! No pavement. Grass strips next to each site. Barely enough room to park toad or rental car. Staff is helpful. Everything is very clean. Very limited dog walk, strictly enforced. At the foot of Snow King Mountain. Bring a jacket. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just spent a night here after Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Sites are tight but we were fortunate enough to get a space without reservation, so, no complain here. We had a site at the back corner closest to the street and the power lines. The pet walk was short which we had to just walk up and down a few times making sure we did not break any rules. Staff were friendly and thorough explaining all the info we needed to explore the town, ie. how to use the free buses around town, when the gun-shooting show started, etc. This is not near the town square, but near some shopping places in town. Wagon Wheel is much closer to the town square. We took the bus from across the street to the town square, walked around, watched the gun fight show at town square that started at 6pm, then caught the bus back right at the corner. County library across the street have 15-minute free internet access with several computers and you may also sign up for longer time. They also had a lecture going at the library. This campground is over-priced, but what can you do, there aren't many choices. We felt lucky that we had a place to park for the night. It would be a great idea just to ride the free buses and tour the town, get on and off whenever you like. It's 20 minutes duration for the buses, and after 6pm it's like 30 minutes until around 10pm. The staff in the 'office' gave us the bus schedule which really helped. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Way over priced but as locals say "Welcome to Jackson". We enjoyed our stay. Staff was helpful and pleasant. Free morning coffee. Pool and spa at the motel. Virginian Restaurant was excellent. Grounds were neat and clean. Very busy park, reservations a must. Next summer it will be the only park in town! Verizon worked well! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay here. Found the employees to be very nice and friendly. The Saloon was great fun on Karaoke Night. My only warning would be if you make a reservation, do not accept either of the sites that abut the rest rooms. Not much fun sitting right outside the men's or lady's room door. I believe they are sites 45 and 46. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well located, just off the main highway, behind a motel/store/restaurant complex. However, we have not been this crowded since we stayed at Magnolia, Vicksburg, MS and had to back out of our "pull through". This is another park which should make accommodations for rigs 40' and over,i.e. put them at the ends of the rows, so they can get in and out. If you arrive at this park when someone else is registering, forget about it! You are either half on the street or all on the street. Believe me, it's tight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were worried about going to this park because of the past reviews. We have a very different opinion. The people in the office were very friendly and helpful. They told us the rules and warned us about keeping the awning out because of the wind coming up quickly. Good advice. All parks have the same rules as this one, they just went over them in more detail with us. The sites are an OK size. We had no problem parking our rig and truck in the space. We did think it was over priced, but supply and demand is what that is all about. The park is close to town, they had a nice pool. I did like that you had to pay for WIFI. (The park price was to high to not have WIFI included). They haven't had any rain in almost two months so the grass was dry. Because of the high volume of visitor when can they water. Some people are never happy and that was my opinion of some of the other comments. Go into the park with a smile and you may get some some back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I'm not sure why this park has had some bad ratings. It wasn't any different than a lot of other older parks. Sites were a little small, but manageable. We stayed one night and the lady in the office did tell us how much "work" or trouble the one-night stays were, which I thought was a little uncalled for, but then I reminded her that they charged enough to make up for it. Campground is older, but I don't think the bad ratings are totally warranted. We would probably stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I would like to add a few words to support the previous poster. As I pulled in I was told that I needed to go around and out on the road again to access my site in front of the office. I did as I was told and as I was pulling in the "RUDE ONE" yelled at me to stop as he said I was going to hit the white rocks in front of his office. I was at least 18" from his precious rocks. I pulled into my spot and was watered down by a sprinkler while hooking up. I shut the sprinkler down so I could plug the elect in. They gave me a long list of rules, but I noticed they had one missing. Please do not pass through other campers spaces. We constantly had people passing through, which caused my usually well behaved dogs to bark. We had considered blocking the area and charging to make up for the over priced pull through. I went to the office to ask about ice and was told it was 1.60, not to bad, but I went up to the Virginian liquor store and was given free ice. The clerk said if we are staying in the RV park ice is free. So, why are they charging people when the liquor store gives it away? Almost forgot, as we were parking our toad I got yelled at for parking on the grass. I walked over and politely pointed out that there are several RV's and vehicles parked on more grass then I was. I think he was upset because I was partially blocking foot traffic through my site. Would I stay here again, no way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park embodies and represents everything I have come to dislike about RV parks. In the 35 years we have been RV'ing and proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that, where no competition exists (and it doesn’t in and around the Jackson area), some RV park owners could care less about you and your stay. While we found some members of the staff here to be friendly and courteous, others, including a really big guy who checked us in, were rude, arrogant, condescending, and pompous. I suppose if I were locked into a small hut (the office: they did not even have a walk-in office) for several hours a day, I might be a bit testy. When we were heading to the Virginian in Jackson, we discovered that we had a problem with our house air conditioning. We called ahead to the park and asked them if they could recommend a repairman. The person we spoke to told us that the park manager was an RVIA certified technician and he could fix anything. I asked for his name and number, and called and left him a message. He never called back. When we got to the park, I tried to locate another RV repairman, but found out that park rules prohibited any other repairman without permission from the RV Technician/Park Manager (duh!). I located the Park Manager and he promised to come over within a hour or so. Four hours later, he still had not shown up. He finally came after we went to bed, and promised to be here the next morning at shortly after 7 am. At 10:30 am, he had not shown up so I located him again, and gave him a key to our motorhome, explaining we had some places to go. He promised to go over and look at the problem. We returned that afternoon, and he came by our unit, basically told us he had looked at our unit, he didn’t know what was wrong with our air conditioning, and he could not fix it, and promptly presented me with a bill for $80. Ridiculous. I felt I had no choice. This is his town and probably the local sheriff is his brother in law, and his sister is the town judge. That however, was the least of our shock at this place. The regular price was $55. per night, before Good Sam discount, for what I can best describe as a dusty, unpaved, sardine can. My slideouts and my neighbor’s awning touched and, when the wind blew, actually rubbed together. Sites were so short that your car had to be partially parked in the road since there was no room in the short site, making it very difficult for others to come and go. And our site was one of the better ones. We had a pull through, while some of the back ins were uphill and had no parking at all. Sites were placed on corners where coaches were trying to turn, and maneuvering room was terrible. Also, we saw several coaches trying to leave the park and seeking routes out where they would not bottom out. Road maintenance was terrible. Further, we were again shocked when we noted that this 104 space park had only two toilets in the men’s bathroom (I did not go into the women’s bathroom) and about half the time one of the two toilets was stopped up. Our unbelief at this park was exacerbated when we tried to hook up to their advertised Wi-Fi and got a message that we had to go to the office to sign up. I did, and the rude big buy told me, I hadn’t asked for Wi-Fi when I signed in, so I didn’t get it. I told him I didn’t know I had to ask for it, but I wanted it, and was advised that the charge was $14.00 per week but, since the Wi-Fi wasn’t operated by the park, I had to pay cash. I learned that our Park Manager/RV Technician operated the Wi-Fi as a sideline. I then signed up for the service and was advised that the Park Manager would only guarantee that you could receive a signal if you stood just outside the sign-in hut. He was right, you could not get Wi-Fi anywhere else in the park except standing outside the hut, located on one side of this large park, far away from most coaches, because it had nothing but rabbit ears and no broadcast tower. We also observed while we were here, that what little grass this park had was watered with a water hose/spray sprinkler during daylight hours. We noted many newly arrived RV'ers getting soaked while trying to set up. I guess a park that grosses over $5,000 per day and over $35,000 per week simply can’t afford a sprinkler system, or paved roads and sites. By the way, whenever the sprinklers were on, or it rained, the place became a mud hole. We were also perplexed to note that, rather than use one of their precious sites for a dump station, they simply installed a sewer drain right next to the main road in and out of the campground, with no passing room on either side. When somebody was dumping, all traffic came to a stop behind him and everyone had to wait until he was finished. Madness. We also note that this park is surrounded by three major roads where the traffic never stops. Even with our fans running, we could not drown out the noise. Finally, Jackson is a resort town and draws all types of undesirables. This park did not have one whit of security. No windshield passes were issued, the area was not fenced, and we never saw a security patrol. It is obvious that the owners of this park don’t care one bit about their customers. Some of our neighbors said it best. They don’t care about your comfort: all they want is your money. And as long as they are the only game in town, they can get away with it. I would strongly urge you, if you want to see the Tetons, to stay at the Grizzly park in West Yellowstone, and commute to the Tetons. Don’t stay at this over priced, mud hole, that should be renamed Ripoff RV Park. The park, which has a permanent “no vacancy” sign because it stays so full according to one employee, generates about $1 million dollars per season. But won’t spend a dime on paving roads and sites, providing proper Wi-Fi, sufficient toilets, offering a convenient dump station, maintaining grassy areas, and so forth. Stay away! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location right in Jackson and within walking distance to many attractions. Sites were a little tight getting in to. We only stayed one night, but this is a great spot to use as a base while exploring the area (we'll try this next time). Laundry and showers were clean and well kept. Had dinner at the resort restaurant - very reasonable, and good food. Getting up to the pool at the lodge was a bit of a walk and was too far to just let the kids go alone. The turn from the main road is a little hard to find as the sign in not easy to spot (at least for us). Jackson was a busy place but we were able to find a good place to turn around. Having a reservation was a must as the park was full and there were several campers waiting to register. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only thing this campground has going for it is it's location. It's basically a parking lot overlooking electrical power lines. The shower flooded the floor outside so it made it impossible to get dressed without getting your clothes wet. Make sure to check everything with the manager, some of the information that is on the brochure and website are inaccurate. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
As noted, the only park actually in Jackson, which is the only reason they get the price they do. Staff was friendly and courteous. Good Verizon cell phone signal, no problem with satellite internet. Site spacing was OK in October with park at 1/3 capacity, otherwise it would be sardine can city. Had to park truck crossways in front of our 37' trailer. Big rig owners (and anyone else who likes space) should avoid this campground in season. Views of the surrounding hills are nice but campground itself isn't a visual treat, and could be downright discouraging if you happen to get placed next to the electrical substation. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Park is a bit tight to get in and out of, spaces are narrow. The management runs a clean and quiet park though and its very well located to the main town area. Excellent restaurants nearby. Sites are level. We have stayed here 5 times, each time we enjoyed it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Centrally located which means high traffic area (take advantage of the free bus shuttle if you can).Clean campground but picky - as example, while you have use of motel pool if you camp you are not permitted to hang towels or anything out to dry (only 4 low-heat dryers are on-site meaning fight for use or very late hours). Little relief from sun unless you are willing to put up and take down awning/tarp with each use (another rule not allowing use unless you are physically monitoring at all times). No rude noises allowed (I kid you not!) Closest to kin and free coffee in mornings which isn't all bad. Not much else to choose from in area unless you'd prefer to be at the KOA further down the road... We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Actually this park is the only game in town. We have a 45' Motorcoach and this was an extremely tight squeeze for us. We had the wonderful view of the power transformers and wires and the site was muddy from recent rains. Unhooking is a must outside of the park. Getting out was almost impossible and we had to go through the motel parking lot the long way to keep from bottoming out. The good news is they are adjacent to a motel/lodge which was very convenient for an additional guest(s). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff is very friendly and you do have a nice grassy area. Very convenient to town, grocery stores, etc. There was a charge for wi-fi and then we were unable to access it from inside our rig. We sometimes could pick up the signal if we sat at the edge of the driveway. The staff said we could access it from the laundry room or nearer to the office. The office is a booth, so you cannot go inside of it but they were nice enough to provide me with a folding table and chair so I could sit in front of the office. If you are going to stay here, make sure to make reservations. The manager said he is always booked and the 3 nights we were there, there was not a single empty spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground was nice but not as good as shown on the website. Had no problem with the grounds. They were clean, Restrooms and showers were clean. Stayed 4 days. Would probably look for a less expensive campground and closer to Yellowstone if I were to go to Jackson, Wyoming,the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place was pretty nice and they were constantly watering and mowing the grass, so someone got the message. The people running it were very friendly and made several suggestions that ensured we had a good time. We would stay here again for sure. Also, the sign is pretty small, so when you see the Virginian hotel sign, turn on the south side and the park is behind the hotel. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I know they had a "rough summer" but I think for this kind of money, they could keep the grass green! Lots of local street noise, Boom Boxes etc. Muddy sites, yes even with brown grass they have muddy spots. The only other RV park local is the KOA located miles away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites were a little small, but the campground was clean. The staff was very friendly. They took the time to recommend some great places to eat and made reservations for me at a local dinner show. They also provide a place to rinse/wash your vehicle or RV. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not at all worth the $47 nightly fee. At least keep the grass in the park alive for that much money!! Sites were not level from side to side and the whole place was cramped and seemed dirty. Would never stay there again, very disappointed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are cramped, grass was dead, park needs alot of TLC. Staff not very helpful. Very dusty and tight for big rigs w/tow vehicles. View out window was an electrical plant. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is the best one we could find in Jackson. All sites and roads are gravel, and in good shape. Pool is in motel next door. You can wash RV or tow next door on black top. Modem hookup is at office and you stand outside of office to log on. Sites are a little short and hard to get in and out of. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Owner let us wash our motor home in an area away from the sites. Not too many RV parks allow this nice feature. We camped here in a camper.
[ 7 / 10 ]
City location, sites are tight. We thought it pricey for what they offered, but everything clean and some
welcome grass. We camped here in a camper.