hundred sites, but maintains a more rustic feel with an abundance of pine trees between sites. Paved interior roads and dirt pads await you, along with your full hookup site. Sites are decently spaced considering it is an RV park. Adjacent to the RV park are many amenities including, the Visitor's Center, Jackson Lake, a tackle shop, boat rentals, boat launch, restaurant, café, large laundry facility, showers, a gift shop, horseback riding tours and a fully stocked market. The market was so great we actually stocked up on groceries for the remaining nights of our trip and had no problem finding what we needed. During the day, Colter Bay's village area gets busy with the hustle and bustle of visitors and many boaters. The RV park is a bit isolated from all of the activity, but close enough to join in. If you prefer more primitive camping and more spacious sites, the first-come, first-served sites of Colter Bay Campground are further removed from the village area. Sites in the Colter Bay Campground don't typically fill until late afternoon. One huge disappointment for us in both the campground and the RV park; there are no views of the Grand Teton peaks.
Good Sites: None
Poor Sites: 3-6
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: At each site
Dump Within Facility: Yes