Teton Valley Campgrounds
Teton Valley Campground
d Just a short drive from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and at the foot of three mountain ranges (the Tetons, the Bigholes and the Palisades) is Victor, Idaho. This is Teton Valley, with close access to three National Forests and two National Parks - Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Teton Valley offers a peaceful setting for your Rocky Mountain vacation. The indigenous wildflowers, wildlife and the Tetons provide the ideal backdrop for day hikes, horseback riding, mountain biking, or a quiet river float. Other activities include golfing, whitewater rafting, and melodrama and the Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort. The town of Jackson, with its Western shops, rodeo and fine dining, offers even more enjoyable diversions for your vacation.

Teton Canyon Campground

Teton Canyon Campground is located in beautiful Teton Canyon at an elevation of 6,500 feet. Thick pines shade half of the campground, while aspens and a few pines dot colorful wildflower meadows in the other half. The towering Teton Range and Jedediah Smith Wilderness are adjacent to the canyon, offering great views to part of the site. Excellent hiking, backpacking, and horseback riding opportunities abound, with trails beginning in the campground. A horse transfer station is located on site as well. Teton Creek runs alongside with great fishing for brook and Yellowstone cutthroat trout.
This newly-remodeled campground provides vault toilets, potable water, and garbage service but no electricity. Each site has a picnic table, fire pit, and grill. It is bear country, so food storage boxes are provided at each site as well. Two equestrian campsites are available for those with horses. Site 21 is first come, first served, but site 22 can be reserved for $10/day. Roads and parking spurs within the site are gravel.

Popular activities in the area include the Teton Valley Summer Festival over the Fourth of July in Driggs, complete with a hot air balloon festival, parade, rodeo, bike races, and antique and craft booths. Grand Targhee Resort is nearby and hosts outstanding annual music festivals: Targhee Fest is in mid-July, and the Targhee Bluegrass Festival is in mid-August. The resort also offers lift-served hiking and mountain biking, scenic chair lift rides, guided horseback riding, a climbing wall, and an 18-hole disc golf course. A disc golf tournament is also held annually in late July. Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks are both within a few hours drive.

Trail Creek Campground

DIRECTIONS:
From Victor, ID, take State Rt. 33 south 5.4 miles to campground
sign. Turn right after sign into campground.

NOTE: State Rt. 33 becomes State Rt. 22 when it crosses into Wyoming.

GENERAL COMMENTS:
The elevation is 6,600 ft.

NOTE: The campground is physically located in Wyoming.

The campground stretches along Trail Creek and Wyoming State Rt.
22 under large spruce trees and other conifers. Traffic on Rt.
22 is light so the sound of the creek is heard throughout the
campground. Several camping sites back up to the creek. The
grass understory limits privacy. The campground is a nice
overnight stop in route to or from Yellowstone and Grand Teton
National Parks.

SEASONS
Open Seasonal: Yes
Open All Year: No

Seasonal Comment:
Open May 15 through September 15.

RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED
Rate: $8 per day
Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 16

CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION
No. RV Sites: 0
No. Tent Sites: 0
No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 10

Total Sites: 10

Tent Pads: No
Group Tent Sites: Yes
Open Sites: Yes
Wooded Sites: Yes

No. Tables on Sites: 10
No. Grilles on Sites: 9

RV INFORMATION
No. Full Hookups (includes waste): 0
No. Water and Electric Only: 0
No. Water Only: 0
No. Electric Only: 0

Group RV Sites: No
No. RV Pull Throughs: 7
Waste Station: No
Potable Water at Waste Station: No
Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 50'

Comments:
The parking aprons are gravel.

FACILITIES
Vaults: Yes
Flush Toilets: No
Hot Showers: No
Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes

Public Phone: No
Playground: No
No. Water Spigots (non-site): 5
No. Threaded: 5

WATER SPORTS - None

HIKING - No

FISHING
Fishing: Yes

Comments:
Yellowstone Cutthroat and Brook trout

Mike Harris Campground

NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Victor

RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation

DIRECTIONS:
From Victor, ID, take State Rt. 33 south 3.5 miles to campground
sign (Forest Rt. 350). Turn right after the sign onto Rt. 350
(gravel) and go 0.3 miles to campground.

NOTE: The Granite Entrance to Grand Teton National Park is 22 miles
east of campground.

The campground is a single loop through a stand of Douglas fir and
other conifers. The camping sites are nicely shaded and well spaced
providing good privacy. Young Douglas fir, scattered throughout the
campground, seem to be waiting for a string of Christmas lights.

SEASONS
Open Seasonal: Yes
Open All Year: No

Seasonal Comment:
Open May 15 through September 15.

RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED
Rate: $10 per day - single
$20 per day - double
Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 16

CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION
No. RV Sites: 0
No. Tent Sites: 0
No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 12

Total Sites: 12

Tent Pads: No
Group Tent Sites: Yes
Open Sites: No
Wooded Sites: Yes

No. Tables on Sites: 12
No. Grilles on Sites: 12

RV INFORMATION
Hookups: None
Group RV Sites: No
No. RV Pull Throughs: 2
Waste Station: No
Average Parking Apron Size: 11' X 43'

Comments:
The parking aprons are gravel.

FACILITIES
Vaults: Yes
Flush Toilets: No
Hot Showers: No
Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes

Public Phone: No
Playground: No
No. Water Spigots (non-site): 1
No. Threaded: 0

Comments:
The water spigot is a hand pump.

WATER SPORTS - None

HIKING
Mikesell Canyon Trail #049 (foot, horse & mountain bike) - 8 miles

FISHING - No

aCamping in and around Yellowstone is an awesome experience but there are a few things to be careful of. Wild animals, especially females with young, are unpredictable. Keep a safe distance from all wildlife. Each year a number of park visitors are injured by wildlife when approaching too closely. Approaching on foot within 100 yards of bears or within 25 yards of other wildlife is prohibited. Please use roadside pullouts when viewing wildlife. Use binoculars or telephoto lenses for safe viewing and to avoid disturbing them. By being sensitive to its needs, you will see more of an animal's natural behavior and activity. If you cause an animal to move, you are too close!
Campgrounds in Yellowstone Park
Yellowstone River Sunrise from Fishing Bridge
Yellowstone River Sunrise from Fishing Bridge, this is between Fishing Bridge Campground and Bridge Bay Campground

Bridge Bay Campground • Bridge Bay is situated near Yellowstone Lake, 30 miles from the East Entrance to Yellowstone. It's also conveniently adjacent to Bridge Bay Marina/boat launch and store. A sanitary dump is available but no utility hook-ups. Pay showers and a coin laundry are also within four miles. Group sites are available.

Canyon Campground • You'll find this campground close to the breathtaking Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone near the center of the park. Camping in this area, offers stores, restaurants, pay showers and a coin laundry, but no utility hook-ups. A gas station, as well as repair service, is available

Grant Campground • This woodsy campground is located at the southwestern edge of Yellowstone Lake, 22 miles north of the South Entrance. Within a half mile, you'll find stores, restaurants, pay showers, a coin laundry, and a sanitary dump station, but no utility hook-ups. Group sites available.

Madison Campground • A central location for camping in Yellowstone National Park, this site is just 14 miles east of the West Yellowstone entrance and 16 miles north of Old Faithful near the junction of the Gibbon, Madison and Firehole Rivers. Offers a sanitary dump station and limited group sites but no utility hook-ups or showers. Madison Campground Yellowstone National Park is located 14 miles east of the West Entrance and 16 miles north of Old Faithful. Madison Campground Yellowstone National Park is not far from the Old Faithful area and in a wooded spot along the Madison River. Open from early May to mid-October, Madison is a popular pick for a vacation camping spot. You'll find Madison Campground, a beautiful camping spot along the Madison River, will meet all your needs as the perfect central home base for a Yellowstone National Park vacation. It is a favorite of fisherman in the fall because of the trout spawn wich brings many large fish up from Hebgen Reservior. Photographers love it in the fall also because of its proximity to the easily photographed bull elk during the fall rutting season. You will need to make reservations to stay at Yellowstone's Madison Campground. Simply call 307-344-7311 or the toll free number: 866-GEYSERLAND (439-7375).

Fishing Bridge RV Park • Situated by Fishing Bridge near beautiful Yellowstone Lake, this RV Park features sites with full hook-ups. It's designed for hard-sided units only with a maximum length of 40'. The area also offers a coin laundry, pay showers, store, electricity, water, sewer, hook-ups and a sanitary dump station. A great site for your camping experiences. Sightseeing tours are also available.

boy fishing Indian Creek in Yellowstone National Park
Boy fishing Indian Creek

Indian Creek Campground •  Indian Creek campground is located mid-way between Mammoth and Norris, near Sheepeater Cliff, in the northwest quadrant of the Park. Because of bear activity, special restrictions are often placed on this campground. Indian Creek Campground is open from early June to mid-September. Listen to the wolves howl at the night when staying at Indian Creek Campground Yellowstone, the perfect place to camp out and sleep under the stars during your Yellowstone vacation. The most liberal fishing regulations in Yellowstone are in Indain Creek and the Gardiner River close to the campground

Mammoth Campground •  Mammoth Hot Springs camping is the only Yellowstone campground open year round. Located at a popular part of Yellowstone National Park, it is in close proximity to a number of beautiful geothermal features and plenty of outdoor recreation. Mammoth Hot Springs Campground is located near the Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces and is five miles from Yellowstone's North Entrance. With its close proximity to many wondrous sights in Yellowstone, Mammoth Campground is the ideal place to pitch your tent or park your RV when you come here on vacation. No reservations are necessary. This campground is first-come, first-served.

Pebble Creek Campground • Pebble Creek Campground in northwest Yellowstone is in the heart of the easiest place to see the wolves. It's in close proximity to some great hiking as well as some wonderful fishing spots in Soda Butte Creek, the Lamar River and Trout Lake. Open from mid-June to late September, it makes a summer or fall vacation something special. Pebble Creek Campground is located in the northeast corner of Yellowstone Park, 9 miles west of the Northeast Entrance. No reservations are needed, as the Pebble Creek Campground Yellowstone is first-come, first-served.

Sunrise at Slough Creek
Sunrise at Slough Creek

Slough Creek Campground • Trees and open sage meadows welcome you to Slough Creek Campground, in the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park. The famous trout waters of Slough Creek have beconed fishermant to this spot for decades. It is also a favorite campground for photographers. Slough Creek Campground is located along the banks of Slough Creek, five miles east of Tower Junction. The access is two and a half miles down a dirt road. You don't need reservations at Slough Creek Campground Yellowstone. It's first-come, first-served. Slough Creek Campground in Yellowstone is a primitive camping location that gets you out in the wilderness and sleeping under the stars, with plenty of outdoor fun nearby. Open from late May to the end of October, it's the perfect place to experience a primitive camping spot in the park.

Tower Falls Campground •  Tower Falls Campground, in Yellowstone south of Tower Junction, has plenty of attractions nearby, like Tower Falls and the Tower-Roosevelt Petrified Tree. it is ground center for viewing the Black Bears for which the Tower area is famous. Tower Falls Campground is located in the Washburn Range in Yellowstone's northeast portion, 2 miles south of Tower Junction. No reservations are required at Tower Falls Campground as it is first-come, first-served. For a nice central location within Yellowstone National Park, you will find Tower Falls Campground meets your every need, from fabulous outdoor recreation to nearby natural attractions.

Lewis Lake Campground • Lewis Lake Campground is on a wooded hill near Lewis Lake, providing a peaceful setting but still close to Grant Village and the many facilities there. Close to the lakeshore and in the woods, the Lewis Lake Campground in Yellowstone National Park is the ideal spot to stay when fishing the waters of this fabulous lake is your goal. Open from the middle of June to early November, it is one of the last to fill. This makes it fairly easy to get a nice spot. You need no reservations for Lewis Lake Campground Yellowstone. It's first-come, first-served. Lewis Lake Campground is located on the southeast shore of Lewis Lake, about eight miles north of the South Entrance to Yellowstone.

Campgrounds Outside of Yellowstone Park
Paradise Valley Montana
Paradise Valley Montana

Livingston / Paradise Valley KOA • (Paradise Valley) Towering cottonwoods shade this mountain country KOA along the Yellowstone River. You are never much more than a long cast from KOA's 500 feet of frontage on the Yellowstone, a blue-ribbon trout stream. If you lose your favorite fly, replace it at the campground store! Livingston boasts a fly-fishing museum, art galleries and antique shops. Find outdoor activities in every direction. Don't miss a visit to Yellowstone National Park, 40 miles south. Your hosts can arrange raft trips on the Yellowstone or horseback rides and direct you toward great hikes in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area.

Yellowstone Park KOA • (West Yellowstone MT) Closest KOA to Yellowstone National Park. Base camp with us while touring upper and lower loops of the park, Teton National Park, Quake Lake and ghost town area. 34 miles from Old Faithful.

Grand Teton Park RV Resort • (Moran WY) Grand Teton Park RV Resort has the best location for visiting both National Parks. Located just 6 miles east of Moran Junction, you will be camping only 32 miles from Yellowstone National Park and just outside the east entrance of Grand Teton National Park. Also just 36 miles from the town of Jackson.

Yellowstone Valley Inn & RV Park • (Cody WY) Yellowstone Valley Inn's campground/RV area allows you to stay with us either in your RV or for those more adventurous, in a tent. We have nightly, weekly or monthly rates. Yellowstone Valley Inn Campground Features: Full Hookups/ pull thrus,20, 30 & 50 amp Service,Water/Electricity, Outdoor Heated Pool, Indoor Hot Tub, Playground Equipment, Dump station, Coin-Op Laundry, Restrooms with Showers, New bathhouse with unlimited hot water, Restaurant/Lounge on premise, The scenic grounds also include picnic tables, new state-of-the-art bath house with the only handicap accessible bathroom in the entire 50 mile valley and a majestic view of Wapiti Valley

Shoshone River, Cody Wyoming
Shoshone River, Cody Wyoming

Cody KOA • (Cody WY) Gateway to Yellowstone adventure. Leave rig at camp and enjoy majestic mountain vistas, abundant wildlife, back country hiking, world-class fishing, old west legends and pure mountain air. Guided tours. Make a splash in pool complex. Free rodeo shuttle. Free pancakes. Playground and game room. Trail rides at camp. Planned itineraries and special events.

Rocky Mountain Campground • (Gardiner MT) 4 Blocks to the Yellowstone National Park North entrance Gardiner Montana. Your Base camp to see Yellowstone National Park. " From Memorial day through Labor day. Sitting on a hill top, Overlooking Gardiner, The Yellowstone River and being overlooked by snow capped mountains.

Dubois / Wind River KOA • (DuboisWY) Find your campsite nestled along the Big Wind River, in a beautiful valley between the Wind River and Absaroka mountain ranges. You and your family will be in the heart of Dubois, a rustic western cowboy town just 90 minutes east of both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. It’s mountain camping at its best, with all of the shopping, services and conveniences of town.

Yellowstone Park / West Entrance KOA • (West Yellowstone) Find a pine-shaded site here near Yellowstone’s west entrance, the most popular and convenient entry point, and you’ve found the perfect base camp for exploring this amazing national park. Old Faithful puts on its steamy regular-as-clockwork show just 34 miles east. Have a tour bus pick you up at KOA’s office for a ride to the park. Or take the wheel yourself to tour Yellowstone’s driving loops. The area offers horseback riding, world-class fly-fishing, whitewater rafting and hiking and biking trails that begin near the KOA.

 

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