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Old 05-14-2009, 09:33 AM   #1
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Teton National Park

Planing to go to Teton in August. Any suggestions as to where to stay? would prefer inside the park but would also like hookups. thanks
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Old 05-14-2009, 03:18 PM   #2
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I have travelled through this region in my toad on day trips from Yellowstone.

I am aware of two RV parks in the area

1) Colter Bay RV Park (800)628-9988

2) Flagg Ranch Resort (800)443-2311

I have not stayed at either ... I had read about them when I was planning our route .... I noticed them as we were passing ... there may be others but this will get you started
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Stayed at Coulter Bay last summer, it's a decent park but high priced for what you get.
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Thanks BigSky & SkeGramp, I saw these on my internet search and wondered if there were any others. You're right BigSky, the price is VERY high. At $50/night there should be a hot tub at every site. Thanks for the replies.
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Jackson, WY -

Snake River Park KOA
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I think rates will be high in summer anywhere in the area.
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