The Virginian RV Park, Jackson, Wyoming

Jackson, Wyoming is a fantastic, bustling little town. For years in our travels people have been asking us, "Have you been to Jackson yet?"  Well, we finally got there and we are glad we did. On the southern edge of Grand Teton National Park, this little town is a great place to stay if you want to explore the park and spend your evenings in a town instead of campground. One night here was plenty of time for us to explore the shops, restaurants, enjoy a Farmer's Market, eat in the classic Silver Dollar Saloon and enjoy an evening at the Jackson Rodeo.
The Virginian RV Park is affiliated with its lodge; an older,
run down lodge that houses one of the original saloons in Jackson. The RV park is close to town, with free city bus service to town, and a short walk to the rodeo. The lodge itself has a pool that is available to RV park guests, along with a liquor store, restaurant and of course, the Virginian Saloon. Interior roads and sites are gravel, with sites separated by a small spot of grass and a picnic table. The park looked a bit run down to us and sites are tight here. However, the pay off is the proximity to town, which we were pleased with. With just over a hundred sites located in the back of the lodge, about 20 of those sites lie along the eastern fence over which a power plant is easily visible. A few trees spot the park. Surrounding views are nice here, with mountains to the south and north. There are a few other RV parks in the area, however we would stay here again because of the easy jaunt to town.

Best Sites: 1-7, 19
Poor Sites: 9, 18, 37, 55, 72, 88-104
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes