This large campground is in a lodgepole pine forest near Colter Bay Village. While not on the shores of Jackson Lake, a short stroll leads to a spectacular view of Mount Moran and the northern Teton Range. Colter Bay Village has many facilities including a visitor center, restaurants, stores, cabins, a marina, laundry and showers. Departing from the nearby Hermitage Point Trailhead, hikers traverse forests and sagebrush meadows enjoying the Teton landscape.
ADA Access: The Colter Bay Campground has 17 loops with 335 individual campsites and 11 large group campsites. The campground has 13 ADA-accessible sites with electric hookups. Restroom facilities are partially accessible. Accessible showers are available in Colter Bay Village. Payphone is available at the RV Park campground kiosk close to the regular campground. Routes to the amphitheater are paved but on a sloping incline/decline. The campground loop roads are paved and mostly level, with some sloping incline and decline.