All of the tent sites are not “accessible” by motorcycle, meaning they won’t allow you to try. We were on adventure bikes and were forced to camp in a small group site that I can only describe as a dirt corral. The prices were also ridiculous, however they had free showers and we were tired. Tent sites were $50-$65 and the rustic cabins started at $140. The tent sites are along the river, so there is deep sand and gravel. I would not stay again.
Selected a great site w/o advanced registration - right on the Snake River. The staff was super nice, everything seemed adequate and clean. The upper area w/RVs and Cabins looked a little crowded, but the tent sites were tucked away. Really had a nice stay - our neighbors had SUPER whiny babies, but hey man… that's KOA sometimes. The river drowned out any other noises.
Great little hide away !! Love Jackson Hole would live there if I had the opertunity
great place to camp and visit ! Close to everything Has all the nessesities for camping.. Don’t be surprised if you have an animal visitor at night. Clean
I would give this place no stars if I could! All of the spaces are crammed so tight. there is no room for anything. You would open your door into another camper! Do not camp at the tent sites if you have a tent bigger than a one person. Also be prepared to have trouble getting in and out if you don’t have a 4-wheel drive vehicle. Extremely dangerous road down to the tent sites. You can’t see cars that are coming your way and it’s barely wide enough for one car. This place is also the most outrageous campground I have ever stayed at. $65 bucks for nothing. Not even a site big enough for my tent and car. Mold all over the bathrooms. And extremely rude management. They have no idea what customer service is and do not care about you or your safety. Spend the money and stay somewhere else or make the drive and stay in one of the parks. This place is awful and noisy.
this is a great place to stay for a base camp for Yellowstone, the Tetons and the hot springs. Also campgrounds with showers are a plus.
Very quiet campground but tent sites are very close together. Tent sites can also get very muddy if it rains because there is very little grass at the sites.
This KOA campground is so reasonably priced in a very expensive area to stay. The campground has a river right along it. And cabins as an option to stay in. The cabins were quaint, clean, and had electricity. Public bathrooms and showers were all kept up and clean. Super friendly and helpful people. We would definitely stay here again. And, they welcomed our dog with us.
I visited Jackson Hole August 2014 and loved it. The worst part was the KOA. The people were not friendly and the campsites were gross and very close to a busy road. Not a very good experience and recommend goin the extra miles into the Grand Teton National Park.