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Colter Bay RV Park
P.O. Box 250
Moran, WY 83013
800-628-9988  • 307-543-3100
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With the bases loaded you struck us out with that aswner!

Review by: Jane
Reviewed on: August 25,2011

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We stayed in our pop up here July 2011 with full hook ups in Loop C. We really enjoyed our stay. We were one of the few smaller trailers in the park. Having a smaller trailer gave us more space than the big rigs. Bathrooms were clean and they gave us a site close by one which was nice. The view of the Tetons at the Lake was mind blowing. Down falls were the mosquitos, having to pack a majority of our supplies in our truck and no fires in the RV park. We rented a boat for fishing. If you take your catch to the local restaurant, they will cook it up for you and add veggies for $13.00 a plate. It was very good. They have a great store with lots of supplies. Didn't buy much food there. Largest laundry facility that we have seen in an RV park. It was within walking distance for our site. We did view the campgrounds for a future visit since they can have campfires and we were glad to be at the RV park for we did not like the campground sites at all. Your trailer would be right off the roads in the grounds. Take the drive to Old Faithful. Lots of water falls and gysers to see. The route by the West Thumb to the East Entrance has all the bison by the mud volcanoes. Going back there next year!

Reviewed on: July 25,2011

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Review by: fnvpyw
Reviewed on: February 26,2010

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Review by: bxkpcap
Reviewed on: February 26,2010

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We stayed here in July 2007. The advantage to staying here was having full hookups and a pull-through site. There are no showers, and no place to make a campfire unless you go down to the beach area. There are pay showers nearby for $3-4 a person. As guests at Colter Bay, we were able to swim at the Lake Jackson Lodge heated pool (very nice!). The cost of staying at the RV park, IMO, is pretty pricey at $49 per night. We were some of the only pop-ups in the park, along with all the motorhomes and big rigs. The Tetons are amazing! However, when we return, we will strongly consider staying in one of the other campgrounds nearby.

Review by: CampLady
Reviewed on: July 11,2007

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Grand Teton Lodge company runs the Colter Bay RV park at GTNP (not the NPS Colter Bay Campground). Colter Bay RV Park is centrally located located in a pine forest. If you walk a short distance to the edge of Jackson Lake you will see a world class view of the Teton range, but it is not visible from most campsites. The RV park is set up for the big rigs with pull through 45' long driveways with a picnic table, no fire ring or fires allowed. If you want a fire you have to walk to the lake. You will be sandwiched between million dollar motorhomes and luxury 5th wheels. But the sites have plenty of space and we saw other popups there. All sites have full hookups. The bathrooms are old but well kept and clean; they dont get much use by the big rig folks. An advantage to staying at the RV park is you get to use the heated swimming pool at Jackson Lake Lodge, where they have showers (free)! Otherwise you can use the pay showers ($3) at the nearby laundry/store. The store has groceries, gifts, deli. Nearby is also a cafeteria. This place is pricey at $41 a night for our family. But I think it was worth it after I visited the close by NPS campground (it looked like it needed a lot of work) and the swimming being included. There is lot to do in the Grand Teton area and the scenery is spectacular. Would definitely visit again.

Review by: Hwycruiser
Reviewed on: July 14,2003

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