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We stayed three nights in a cabin. We arrived late the first night, so when we woke up and took a few steps outside our cabin to see a majestic view of the Tetons, we were quite pleased! The location was fabulous. We were just...More
I was worried the cabins would be too rustic. We sometimes tend to be travel snobs but we loved the cabins! Granted the bathroom showers seem more like something you remember from summer camp, but they were clean. The cabins are quaint and from the...More
These are very old, historical cabins with limited heating, lighting, electrical plugs. Still, knowing all that we found them to be adequate for a June stay in the Tetons. Probably the most difficult part was the lack of plugs for kindles, recharge phones etc. Additionally,if...More
As part of a 33 day road trip from Miami, FL, we thought it would be a nice change of pace to stay in a rustic cabin at Colter Bay Village (Grand Teton National Park). Big mistake. As we travel with our small dog, we...More
Stayed in the cabins, and our initial placement was so bad my wife was nearly in tears over the prospect of sleeping in it. Looked old and run down and smelled dirty. Dark, no view. Not cheap, either. On complaining, we were moved to a...More
US$ 261 - US$ 273 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Grand Teton National Park
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Colter Bay Village Hotel Grand Teton National Park
Response from Jonille S | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest K loop. It has nice sites, all pull through, level and each site is pretty much enclosed. We were in 112 and it was great. You really don't have a view in any of the campsites. The RV hookup sites are... More
I would suggest K loop. It has nice sites, all pull through, level and each site is pretty much enclosed. We were in 112 and it was great. You really don't have a view in any of the campsites. The RV hookup sites are extremely expensive and we never have been there. You have to book them way in advance. Last time we were there we stayed a week and didn't see everything. I would stay in Colter Bay and drive to Yellowstone. Their campsites are much closer together there so we just drove from the Tetons and made a whole day of it. Of course you can't see everything in a day so pick what you want to see. The southern area has more geysers and the NW has the beautiful falls. Depending on which way you come in you may be going thru Yellowstone on the way in or out. Yellowstone is a double loop. Oh FYI the buffalo seemed to be on the NE loop.
Colter Bay has a laundromat, a grocery store (they have ice), an information center, an outside auditorium with evening presentations, hikes, and 2 restaurants. One expensive and one kind of fast food. Remember you are in a National Park with independent contractors and everything is pricey.