I was headed to Grand Teton, but it got dark when I was passing through this area. Looked on this app to find it - it is very clean and beautiful. There wasn’t a soul here when I arrived, but I saw some people pass through around noon the next day. I would definitely recommend this spot if you need a pit stop to camp at.
We really liked this spot. It was full when we arrived at sundown on a Wednesday night so it’s no longer a secret but we camped along the side of the road and it was all good. It was clean, quiet, open, and next to a small body of water. Bathrooms were a nice amenity for this drive-up, dispersed campsite. Cayotes sang into the night making the experience pretty special.
We drove out to the site and found five sites and two pit toilets. All of the sites were in a circle around the Bluff. We found a site that had a wind screen so it was easier to get relief from the wind.
Very quiet and peaceful night with a great sunset and sunrise!
Hesitate to review because I kinda want to keep this place hidden. Very clean and quiet campsite. We camped in a tent but also saw another couple with a camper. Would definitely stay here again.