GTLC – Colter Bay RV Park

100 Colter Bay Campground Road, Colter Bay RV Park, 100 Colter Bay Village Rd, Moran, WY 83013, USA

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  • Katherine Holtz   Jul 17, 2021

    We stayed here in June and the staff, sites, and fellow campers were just wonderful!! The site wasn’t advertised as a pull thru however it was easy to pull thru without issue which lead to an easy set up. The facilities are clean and well kept which is nice for when the kids have to go. Such a a great location with a short walk to the beach, store, and the wildlife comes to you. Just don’t feed them!

  • McVey Family   Jun 10, 2022

    Its not easy getting into a NP/State Park with a rig of our size. We booked this CG approx 6 months in advance. Most sites are gravel, ours was a mixture of mud/gravel, leaning more towards the mud side. Branches were trimmed and it allowed us to roll through with our 13'6" rig without scraping. TLDR; We'd stay here again, although, we'd likely stay closer to Jackson for amenities since you still have a pretty good drive to everything around Grand Teton. We never went North during our stay and always went south towards Jackson. Pro's: * Can't beat this location if you goal is to stay in the actual park. Walking distance to the visitor center, small grocery store, Jackson Lake, etc.... Unfortunately, most of the amenities were closed in May. * Long spot. Could have easily fit a 50-55' with an additional tow vehicle/toad. * Beautiful scenery all around. * Wildlife right outside and around the CG. Saw our first Grizzly! * Relatively clean & warm bathrooms * Staff cleaned and raked each spot upon moveout. * Starlink WORKS well should you have a clear line of site. We didn't with tons of tree's, but were still able to get enough bandwith to stream Netflix and MLB.tv With that said, we couldn't do simple things like posting to IG or FB. So, not sure how that worked. Con's: * No cell service of any kind (perhaps this is a Pro for some) * No wifi of any kind, unless near certain spots as outlined in the CG map/guide you get upon checkin. Although, we couldn't find these spots. * Muddy and VERY unlevel site. Not sure we saw a level spot. * Sewer connection was HIGHER than than where it exited our RV. Therefore, we only emptied Gray until we got to our next destination. * Expensive for what it is and at least a 30 minute drive to most area attraction/hikes/drives.

  • David Brodeur-Johnson   Sep 07, 2021

    The crown jewel of our trip. We originally had a reservation for the more primitive campground next door because we couldn't get a site for the RV park online, even 8 months out because they were all booked. All the same, we took a chance to see if they might have some sites left when we arrived, and they did! Hector was kind and welcoming, and we had an incredible stay. Hookups were great, the site was long enough for our 32' camper, and also fit our Yukon XL once it was unhooked. DO NOT MISS THE BEACH. We almost missed it and would have if not for a walk one evening through the rest of the campground when we stumbled on it. Spectacular. Great swimming even though the water was cold and the lake level was low. The kids had a blast! Great hiking trails also just a short walk away.

  • Eric Streff   Jan 19, 2022

    Really cool spot. My wife and I got really lucky when we were a little unprepared on a place to stay while on our week long RV rental trip through Yellowstone and Grand Teton. We called last minute and got a spot in the Knick of time. I wish we would have planned better so we could have spent a few more nights here. Looks like there’s a nice community vibe and the lake view is just breath taking. I got some Fishing in and landed a nice fatty. Not much better than waking up, making some coffee and heading to the lake with a fly rod and just drinking in the mirrored reflection of the Tetons and hooking up with a beautiful trout on a fly. Just perfect. I can’t recommend this place enough to everyone I talk to about my trip. Get out there! But please, carry in, carry out. Keep it clean

  • Matthew Falls (lobstahtrap)   Jul 08, 2022

    Campground: Colter Bay RV Park City, State: Colter Bay (Grand Tetons), Wyoming Check-in: July 4, 2022 Check-out: July 8, 2022 Site Number: 503 We Liked: Full hookups. Site was big enough for 32 ft Class C and TOAD. Entire campground was covered in pine trees. It was really nice and kept the temps down. Unlike the northeast and Mid-Atlantic, these pine trees did not leave the RV covered in sap. Helpful staff. An important screw fell out of my awning during travels and when I asked the office if they had a box of screws they said they'd call maintenance. 30 min later a very friendly maintenance man showed up and gave me a variety of screws that would be a close match - it worked! This also saved me an hour drive to a Jackson hardware store. Propane is available for purchase for both jugs and fixed tanks. Quiet campground. Beach (rocky) was a quick walk from the campground. No issues with electric and water. We Didn't Care For: Campground roads were wee bit narrow. Site was not level. We were able to get level by putting Lego blocks under one side and using our automatic levelers. There were many over Class C, Super C, and Class A much worse off. Wicked bad mosquitoes (yes, that is out of their control, but they were bad during evening/night). The Colter Bay grocery was very expensive. Laundry was the most expensive on this trip too - $4 to wash and $2.50 to start the dryer (many more quarters added to dryer). A shower was $5. No free shower voucher like at Fishing Bridge (Yellowstone). Showers were mostly clean in the AM but quite filthy during PM. Could not get any TV stations with digital antenna (not sure if this was due to tree cover). The bathrooms closest to 503 had the following issues: Men's - relatively clean but always out of hand washing soap. Women's - it looked as though it had not been cleaned in a long time. Overall Assessment: We enjoyed our stay at Colter Bay RV Park. It was a great home base while we explored the Tetons.

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