This campground has facilities for both tent campers and RVs. Located within the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Flagg Ranch is only two miles south of Yellowstone and five miles north of Grand Teton. Wilderness surrounds the Headwaters development. The upper reaches of the Snake River flow through meadows mixed with open conifer forest. The Yellowstone Plateau rises to the north and Huckleberry Mountain to the east. Fees listed are for 2019.
ADA Access: The Headwaters Campground at Flagg Ranch has 97 RV sites and 34 tent sites. Most sites are accessible to wheelchairs. Restroom facilities are accessible. One fully accessible shower is available. Routes to the amphitheater are well-compacted gravel and on a gently sloping incline/decline. The campground loop roads are well-compacted gravel and mostly level, with gently sloping incline/decline.
This is a great campground to stay at if you are going to both Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. It is also the only one that takes reservations. We had a tent site and had plenty of room for a six person tent and canopy to put over picnic table. Site came with bear box, fire pit and picnic table. It is clean and the staff are very friendly and helpful. The lodge is across the road with a nice little store to pick up small things your forget or need. The bathrooms are on the smaller side but it worked for the 4 of us. I will definitely stay here again. No frills but we didn’t need or want that.
Great spot on the outskirts of both Grand Teton and Yellowstone Parks. we stayed in a cabin which was very cozy and clean. A double bunk beds with a mattress, a desk and chairs and dresser. warm showers and bathrooms within walking distance. A hiking trail that follows snake river is not that far from ranch. Pricing at the grocery store and convenience store a bit high, $16 total for s’mores, so shop before. Activities available for youth and adults.
Right outside Yellowstone and perfectly positioned between the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National
parks. I definitely will be coming back. Near the banks of snake river you have hiking trails near the resort. My only suggestion is buy before you go, everything is expensive. I dropped over $15 on smore making food. The resort offers educational activities for children and adults.
We booked a reservation for an RV site much earlier in the year so we'd be sure to have a spot on our National Park Camping tour we were doing. When we got there we asked if we could downgrade yo just a tent site since that's what we use but could not reserve online. Since they had spots available, we were able to and we were able to apply our deposit to the new site! We enjoyed our visit. There was a bear box at each site and decent bathroom and showers. My biggest problem was the campground had gravel roads, so everything was dusty when packing up. We did like it and plan to use it when we go back to Tetons or even Yellowstone.
We got to check out this site when we were invited to have a campfire dinner with some hikers we met in Paintbrush Camyon (incredible hike!!). This is a nice full service campground with all of the amenities located between Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Lots of sites, each with their own picnic table and fire ring with grill, the campground also has showers and laundry. The bathrooms were quite clean. This would be a great option if you want to hit both parks in two days.