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21 RV Parks near Snake River Canyon, Wyoming
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Snake River Canyon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Snake River Canyon in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $15.00
This is a dry camping National Forest campground on the Snake River. There is a potable water faucet to fill your tank but no dump station. There are pit toilets but no running water in them. There are about 6 pull through sites out of 20 suitable for big rigs. We stayed in site 1 which was very easy to get into and out of. Many of the smaller sites are not very level. The one downside is it's close to US 89 so road noise is there. It quiets down at night. - RoadtripImages dot com
Sep 2018 - $55.00
The park was close to the highway and easy to find. The site was a pull through with a patch of green grass, there was a large grassy area in the center of park. Close to shopping and restaurants but this is a very small town. The restrooms were clean, the showers had a nice dressing area. Could use an update but clean. Laundry facility was good and not over priced. The staff was helpful and friendly. We stayed here 2 nights while visiting Jacksons Hole and the Teton National Park. It was a bit of a drive, but the prices in town were too high for my taste. This was a great option. Would stay again! - T-Schuck
Jun 2018 - $50.00
We stayed two nights. The person running the place is a great guy. It's a small park with 1/2 full time and 1/2 transient. The view is beautiful. Spots are tight but enough room to sit in front or back of your rig. No grass at your site but plenty around. The River is right over the ridge and the little town is right next to you. The Tavern on the property is locals and is fun. The lady that cooks on the weekends makes pretty good bar grub. The Bull Moose Saloon was good also. We plan on coming back to the this one. - Crsltman
May 2018 - $45.00
A very basic RV park, with a mix of pull through and back in sites. All roads and sites are a mix of gravel & dirt. Most of the back in sites are taken by full-timers. The showers and bathrooms were closed during our stay, thus the lower price. We checked in through the tavern; no host on duty. The park is quiet and clean. Sites are very narrow, about 20' wide. Some big rigs could have trouble turning into the site. We had snow and rain during our two day stay; the roads and sites were very muddy. The cafe across the street was good, and yes, it closes at 3pm. There are a couple of other restaurants just down the road from the park. Grand Teton NP and Jackson are about 35 minutes away. Alpine can serve as a base for visiting as the prices are lower. Traffic in and around Jackson and the park has increased tremendously; so being further away can make a difference. - DiplomatTraveler
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We selected Aspen Grove for the convenience to the Tetons even though it is a 40 mile drive. We wanted to stay out of the eclipse crowd in Jackson. At the time of our reservation, the price was $35.00 a night. Evidently since our stay was during the solar eclipse, the price was raised to $40.00 a night. Very overpriced for the site. We did have one of the "nicer" sites as it was a pull through and full hookups with 50 amp service, a bit of shade. The site was level and met our needs. The park has no bath house or wifi, and is "shaggy" looking with weeds growing between sites. Grounds need some TLC. There also appears to be some permanent residents. The manager was very helpful both on the phone and during our arrival. He requests a call with an anticipated ETA so he is sure to be at the park and meet you. Do not expect anything more than a parking site with hookups. The web site pictures are deceiving and do not represent the look of the park in anyway. - Golfgirl
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Had no problem getting our rig into our site. Like the others have said, "don't come here if your looking for a Fancy Park". This Park suited our needs just fine. Loved the mountain view. - lostTexan
Jul 2017 - $35.00
This park is a work in progress, nestled off the highway in a lovely grove of Aspen with beautiful views of the mountains and Palisades Reservoir. It is quiet and peaceful. Full hookups are convenient. We stayed in the last two spaces at the end of the park and felt they were ideal for us in our small motor homes. Sites were almost perfectly level. No problem with satellite service. Good Verizon service. No wifi. Do not be put off by appearances when you first pull in. Best spots are around the road bend. If you are looking for a resort atmosphere you won't want to stay here. But if you are looking for peace and quiet with gorgeous views, friendly and welcoming service, and a convenient location you will not be disappointed!! - MarianB
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Small campground above Snake River along US 89. Some traffic noise. Sites along the river are the best, 6 & 8 are great. A few long sites for big rigs. Tables, bar bq, and fire rings. Lots of pine trees to give you shade. Only 14 sites with room between. Drive back & forth to Tetons & Jackson Hole would be long. Big climb down to the Snake to fish. Stayed in 17 ft Casita. Good overnight stop. - 2blondes
Jun 2011 - $8.00
USFS campground located 11 miles SW of Hoback Junction and 27 miles SW of Jackson. Beautiful campground right on Snake River in Snake River Canyon. Lots of shade. All sites are very large back-ins; roads are wide and access is good for larger rigs. Room to unhook toad. Friendly hosts on site. Made it our base for Jackson and Grand Tetons. Some traffic noise from highway but sound of Snake River was soothing. Group site across road. We were the only campers in our loop and there was only one in other loop. Site 8 looked best. Rate is Golden Age. - mvano
Jul 2017 - $12.00
This is a dry camping campground in the Targhee National Forest. There is a place to fill your water tanks. I believe there is a dump station, but we didn't use it. From Alpine, WY go about 12 miles northwest on US 26 (south of Palisades, ID). There are many campgrounds along US 26. The campground is approximately 200 feet off US 26. Interior roads are gravel, nicely graded, but with a couple of speed bumps. Sites are gravel, each with a picnic table and fire pit. Many sites would be good for a big rig. Most sites, maybe all, have a tent site. There are single and double sites. Single sites cost $12 per night and double sites are $24. Some are pull-through and some are back-in. Some sites offer a water view. Verizon data and cell worked well. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if passing through the area. - Guinness
Jul 2014 - $12.00
This is a Forest Service campground. It is small and located on Big Elk Creek. There is hiking, fishing, and boating in the area. The camp host/hostess are very nice and take good care of the camp. There aren't many amenities, but for a primitive campground, it is clean and well run. - cactuslady
Jul 2018 - $90.00
A fabulous place to stay with your horses in beautiful country! This visit was hassle and headache free because of the owner and her facility. She is available to help with any of your needs or travel snafus and will keep an eagle eye on the condition of your horses. Her place is warm and welcoming. As a single gal traveling with horses cross country, the owner helps to make your stay stress free. The other campers were all great people from all over the US. I will go again. - Laura Lojko
Aug 2017 - $100.00
ADMIN NOTE 5-14-18: It has been reported that this facility now only accepts horse trailers which have living quarters.
Very nice farm area close to Jackson and Grand Teton park. Perfect for horses owners of course, but very valuable too if you like nature and animals and got an RV. My son enjoyed to help feeding the farm animals and the horses. Owner provides a complete guide set very useful to do activities in the neighborhoods. We had a 24 ft RV with slide out and we had no parking issue at all and the place was easy to find. It's not a big structure so it remains very friendly. We enjoyed seeing the 2017 great eclipse and owner did not increase the price for this event as some others did. We will return straight to this nice place next time in Teton NP. - daniel_from_france
Aug 2017 - $50.00
This spot was a fabulous surprise. The owner attended to our every need, providing plenty of extras. She also allowed our 4 yr old daughter to help with farm chores, including brushing her miniature horse and collecting eggs from her chickens. This felt like a b&b for campers and is great for children. At night we sat around the communal fire making s'mores, cocktails and chatting. We caught a bunch of fish at the river right down swim this spot as well. We'll definitely be back. - Joellegebo
Aug 2015 - $35.00
We stayed late July into early Aug. The majority of our rating was based on the owners of the park. They as far as I'm concerned, family. It's got all you need as a base camp to explore Wyoming. Eight of the 23 spots are first come first served. The rest are seasonal stays. Yes it's road based but hey, throw out your mats. We stayed longer because of the owners giving us all kinds of suggestions of places to go. We were never disappointed. We kept calling from our camp in Idaho and when they thought someone was leaving, we sent out one in our party in the tow vehicle to be next in line for the spot and it worked. If you want pristine accommodations then keep on driving. Read the other positive reviews for more info. I would definitely stay here again. We stayed in 35' motor home with a tow car.
PapaG, Nana Koko and PapaD
God bless and save our country. - PapaG
Sep 2014 - $35.00
This campground is only 13 miles out of town. Check-in was very convenient, people were very nice and helpful, full hook-ups with good water pressure and no problem with 50 amp service. We were in a 43' RV with tow and was easily accommodated. The only problem is that they do not accept reservations. After checking out the other campgrounds in the area, $35.00 a night compared to $65 and $75 a night is a real bargain. We stayed 3 nights and would definitely stay here again. - Travel Well
Aug 2013 - $35.00
This is a very clean, well maintained and friendly park. It is tight, but very easy to pull in and out. Most sites are seasonal sites, but there are a few daily sites. You cannot make reservations, it is on a first come, first serve basis. There is road noise, but most of it dies down by sunset. The park itself is very quite. You could not ask for better hosts. They are friendly and helpful. Rates are very reasonable and fair. I would highly recommend this park and would not hesitate to stay again. - LRunningbrook
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Nice park, nice people, nice jumping off point. we stayed here 3 nights and liked it so much we stayed 2 more nights. - tONY1952
Jun 2018 - $45.00
Nice clean RV park. Level site with gravel. Full hookups with 50 amp. About half of the sites are pull through. Handy restaurant on site. Good WIFI but no cable. Right on the highway so a little road noise. Scenic valley. - ZackM
May 2017 - $40.00
We only stayed here overnight between Salt Lake City and Grand Teton/Yellowstone. We stayed in a pull-through which was plenty long and wide for us, and mostly level. All the sites are in a big gravel lot with some fence posts separating them. Utilities worked fine, and WiFi was decent if not fast. $40 seemed a bit high for such a basic, "middle of nowhere" RV park with few amenities. We walked our dog around the RV park and motel, but didn't find anyplace else good for walks as all the adjacent roads were fairly busy, and the RV park borders active farms where I assume the farm owners don't want us trespassing. Not much else to say... fine (but expensive) for an overnight, probably wouldn't stay longer. - LifeRebooted
Jul 2018 - $48.00
Stayed July 2018 for three nights in 27 foot long trailer. The sites were incredibly tight. Two rv's are in each site lined up. Then the rv's in the site next to yours are so close the slides almost touch. So you have four rv's in the space normally provided for two. The garbage collection is non- existent. There are two dumpsters at the entrance that are locked. You have to get the key during office hours to unlock the dumpsters to dump your trash. The first night our neighbors started a noisy party about 10:30 pm. It was still going on after midnight. I looked in the materials given at check in to see if there was a night phone number but found nothing. The next morning I spoke with the front office and reported the incident. I asked if there was a security person who monitored the park. Apparently this service doesn't exist. The office personnel didn't seem concerned about the noise or disturbance. The park is mostly filled with owner occupied park model homes. Many of them are for sale by owner or through the local RE office. To use the wifi you have to go to the clubhouse/library/party barn. Only got reception in a small area there. The floor in the giant room where concerts, dinners, parties are held looked like it had not been swept or mopped in months. I expected to feel the beauty of Wyoming at this park. Instead it was tight, crowded and a disappointment. I would not recommend this rv park to anyone. - Lois Tipton
Jul 2018 - $16.00
This is an owner type park so comments will reflect that. There are a few, maybe a dozen plus sites available for overnight customers. Rates are in the $40's I think. There's a golf course across road and pickle ball in the park. Fishing is reportedly pretty good in the valley. The internal roads are "paved" but in mediocre shape. A lot of vegetation in lots with some overgrowth. Lots are on a slant and vary from 35 to 45 ft across and about 65 ft long but seem to be measured from corner to opposite corner. So this is a destination type park and monthly rental rates are very reasonable. I would stay here again long term but would not bother for an overnighter. WIFI is almost non-existent except for a couple of sites. - wow
Jul 2018 - $40.00
If your looking for an RV park between Afton and Alpine Junction, do yourself a favor and skip this one. It is NOT an RV park that caters to anyone but the folks that own their own lots. The attendant admitted as much to us as we were setting up.
The first site we were on had a problem at electric pedestal; breakers tripping everywhere inside coach. Next site OK electrically. The sites are horribly out of level. Be prepared with blocks to supplement your jacking system. We never did get quite level, but adequate for a 3-night stay.
The sites are configured very poorly. Two units per site. It you're a pull-thru, you pull in one way so you can pull out when you're ready to leave. If you're OK backing out when it's time to go, you pull in the opposite direction. And the sites are jammed together. Our slide out was almost touching our neighbor next door.
It was a busy weekend when we stayed, a big group of family campers next to us, very noisy, due to the close proximity of the sites. If you want grass, take a walk to the big field by the pickle ball courts, as the sites are all gravel and dirt.
There's a lot of tree cover, so whether you can use your satellite tv dish is iffy at best. We were not able to get satellite reception on either site they put us on. And there's no cable TV. You might get clear reception on 3 or 4 TV channels using your batwing.
Wifi bandwidth is sporadic, typical of many RV parks. Better use it early AM or very late at night. And if they catch you (don't know how they monitor or determine) using more than 1GB per 24 hours, they shut you off for 24 hours.
Garbage service is totally unacceptable. You must drag your trash to a locked dumpster near the front gate and get key from gate attendant, so don't plan on disposing of your trash other than the hours the check-in folks are on duty to get you a key. Mail service is confusing; one location for mail, another for UPS.
Lone bright spot: nice enough pool with very clean shower facilities. - Bruins_in_the_Bus