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Old 02-19-2014, 02:23 AM   #15
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I've been to Jackson twice. In the 60s and again in 2005. For me the town lost its' charm. Too commercial for me. I prefer going to Cody.
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I've been to Jackson twice. In the 60s and again in 2005. For me the town lost its' charm. Too commercial for me. I prefer going to Cody.
Cody is an ok town as towns go. The B B Cody museum is nice. Jackson is a big town tourist attraction where one may become well provisioned for staying elsewhere in the area (like in your RV). I personally would not drive 1,400 miles to see either of them.
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Totally agree !!!! Colter Bay CG with full hook-ups is the best.... We stayed thereaz week thus past Summer and loved it.... Word of warning tho... Major water pressure - blew two hoses while using pressure regulator... Learned you only need to barely open water faucet....

Would also strongly suggest you take the Breakfast Lake Cruise out to Elk Island ... Beautiful scenery and fantastic food ....
I don't mean to be rude, but only opening the valve part way has no effect on water pressure. It "might" take longer to build up but the PSI will always be the same.
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We stayed in Colter Bay RV Campground while at the park last year and it was fine. It was nice being inside the park, but we found all of the food, groceries, or supplies in general much more expensive in the Tetons vs Yellowstone. Two different management groups. We camped at the Wagon Wheel Campground in West Yellowstone as well and that was fantastic. Great place to camp.
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