The recently remodeled Falls Campground hosts 54 sites near Brooks Lake Creek Falls. Mature pine and fir trees surround the site and campers can enjoy an overlook of the falls. Water is available. Maximum spur length is 32 feet. This site is not accessible for those with mobility impairments. Food storage is required in this campground - be prepared to store your food properly. Bear boxes available.
We wanted to get away from the late July masses in Tetons & Yellowstone and just started heading East. Dyrt alerted us to The Falls and we were so thankful - ended up staying 2 nights. Wonderful spot - super well built & kept w helpful Hosts.
Beautiful wild flowers and a million playful ground squirrels to keep us entertained. Lots of firewood to collect & beautiful night skies.
The A loop even has electricity & a smidge of AT&T coverage. We stayed in A18. The Falls themselves are worth seeing and there’s a nice hike past them and to the rim of the valleys to the East.
Worth the hilly but lovely drive East from the Tetons. And the view headed West at Tewogtee Lodge/Pass is stunning.
We saw this campground on Dyrt on our trip through Wyoming to Teton National Park and decided to stay for a night or two. Glad we did! Actually ended up spending 5 nights. Lots of hiking trails, beautiful views, very clean and well dispersed sites. There are electrical hookups in loop A and loop B is primitive. Easy access for RV/Trailer camping and plenty of tent sites as well. First come first serve, but I don’t it gets much use as it is so close to most people’s destination of Yellowstone that they just drive on by. Too bad for them! We had the whole place to ourselves for several nights. Nice waterfall to view also. We will be back!
Two loops with plenty of nice sites . Clean and well taken care of. Highly recommend