Open late May to late September. Located 25 miles north of Moose with 350 individual sites without utility hookups and 11 group sites. Individual sites without hookups are first-come, first-served, advanced reservations are not accepted. The Colter Bay RV Park has sites with full utility hookups. Reservations are accepted for sites in the RV Park and for group sites in the campground. Colter Bay Campground and RV Park has modern comfort stations with a trailer dump station, showers and laundry nearby. Colter Bay is a wooded campground with larger sites and easier access if you are traveling with a camper, trailer or RV. Close to Jackson Lake with many nearby activities. The campground generally fills in the afternoon , if at all, reservations are advised for the RV Park. The maximum length of stay is 14 days with no more than 30 days in the park per year. Website: www.gtlc.com
Every site is a pull through site. This made it very easy to set up and it was a great place to stay. Lots of options to eat and great gift shop with a great view of the mountain range. We will definitely be back someday!!
Not only is the camp ground well maintained and close to awesome attractions but also has very friendly and helpful staff. At the top of my favorite campground list!
Our campsite here was perfect! Surrounded by trees perfect for hammocks. Great designated, flat tent pad. Walking distance to the lake. Not too close to the shops but still close enough to walk to.
This is a great location with lots of amenities. Amazing lake right off the campground where you can swim and rent boats. Awesome spot, just couldn't get used to the number of people and price. If you want recs for cheap or free campsites look at the rest of my reviews in this area.
Our stay was so worth it. It is in a national park so it fills up very fast if you don't call ahead. Each camp spot is $30 per night. There is an amazing lake to swim in with the breathtaking view of the Tetons and the water is very nice and refreshing. Definitely a 10/10
I came down from Great Falls, MT to ski at Jackson and do some winter camping in the park. The National Park website states that they keep the "campground" open in the winter. This campground is a the parking lot for the normal summer campground. It is iced over and not very easy to find, especially if you get there late in the day. However, there is an open and heated bathroom available which is a huge bonus. I had a great time camping here even though the night reached -30F. The only reason it received 3 stars is due to the comparison between Mammoth Hot Springs winter campground which is fantastic.
This is a HUGE campground! There are over 300 sites (I think it’s closer to 350) right on the edge of the lake. Sites have the standard picnic tables, fire rings with grills, and tent pads. There can be a bit of a party crowd due to the lake mentality, but things quiet down quickly at night. One of the nice benefits of this campground is that there are very clean bathrooms with flush toilets and nearby is a nice shower house, general store and laundry facility. Be prepared to show up early to try and get one of these sites as it is first come first serve (no reservations when we were there), and expect a line. Location is good for checking out the Tetons.
Great sites here! I was guiding a large group of 24 through the park and these sites were awesome. We stayed for the last two nights here so having a store and showers close was nice for some of our guests. Also the proximity to Jackson Lake was amazing. The views unbelievable.
Camp sites were clean and well maintained.
We tented here for 3 nights mid September. Had just finished setting up the tent when we saw our first black bear, circled the campsite then walked away. So be very cautious about food here! Bathrooms have flush toilets, running water, clean, taken care of. Staff were friendly. Tent pad was large, campsite private and spacious. I woul stay here again if Signal Mountain is full
I was pleasantly surprised at how nice this campground was. The campground had mostly hikers while I was there, which meant that the evenings were quiet and the most active in the mornings. The sites are large and I had a lot of privacy with trees blocking my site from the road through. It was very peaceful.
Another benefit for this campground is that it's close to groceries, laundry, and showers.