About Teton Rock Camp
Located on Chanslor's rolling mountain hills, overlooking the ocean. Fireplace and picnic table at this site. Houses up to 2 tent and 8 people. This site is about 1/2 a mile away from the parking area of the ranch with an uphill hike.
$60 plus tax per night for 4 people. Additional campers are $12 per person per night up to 8 people.
CHECK-IN TIMES: Sunday - Wednesday 2PM-7PM, Thursday-Saturday 2PM-9PM. All guests arriving for camping should arrive before sundown.
This site is not accessible by vehicle in order to preserve the environment of our land.
There is a 72 hour cancellation policy.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessible by: Walk
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 1PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Teton Rock Camp
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
There are a lot of campers on the lower part of the property at Chanslor Ranch but the Teton Rock campsite is away from everyone and much more private. The view is spectacular and it was an easy and short hike in with our equipment. It's just far enough we enjoyed sleeping under the stars in peace and quiet, but were still close enough to easily hike back down and head into town for supplies. I'd definitely love to come back!
Beautiful spot! And, the people working at Chanslor Ranch were super friendly and helpful! They allow fires now and even offered to drive up some firewood for us on their atv. The site was mostly dirt and some horse poop unfortunately, so it's a bit hard to figure out a good spot for a tent. We made it work just fine by borrowing a shovel from the staff to move the poop out... Also, Teton Rock has great views so campers from the campground below all decided to walk up and take over our campsite while we were making dinner and again super early in the AM - different groups with kids kept coming up with no regard for our personal space. Keep this in mind when booking! The Shelter Cove spot which is right next to Teton Rock looked a lot better and the campers there were left alone by the hoards.
Teton Rock was awesome! The view from the site was incredible when the fog cleared. Being able to see the ocean and bay was amazing. The site felt very private, much more so than some of the lower sites on the property. The rock itself was great for climbing and provided some shelter from the wind, though the wind wasn't a big issue at all. While the walk from the parking lot to the site is fairly short (about 3/4 mile), the second half is up a rather steep hill. I'd recommend packing lightly. The port-a-potty near the site was clean, though it was located at the bottom of the steep hill. Overall, we had an awesome time and would definitely go back!
Had a great time staying at Teton Rock Camp. The views are incredible and it is a short-enough hike from the car to make it possible to bring everything you want while you stay.
Being close to the beach and other having other activities to do nearby makes this a perfect weekend getaway without having to drive the 4+ hrs that most other parts of the state require.
Only suggestion would be to make sure you bring wind-gear for days/early evenings as it can get pretty windy.
My friends and I really enjoyed our stay here. The hike up to Teton rock camp (any of the mountain sites really) was steep, but totally worth the effort. We had a wonderful view of the ocean, sand dunes and ranch, and were far enough away from other groups that we didn't hear them and we didn't feel bad being loud. The wind was epic the first night, but calmed down the rest of the time we were there. The shelter rock site looked like it had better wind protection, so if you know the weather is going to be windy I recommend booking that site. Two of the nights were in the fog, but with a fire and some warm clothes you barely noticed. Definitely get firewood (and a fire starter!), but check if the porter is able to carry it up to the site on their ATV. The men on our trip carried it up the steep hill and it was quite an effort for them. On a clear night we could see a ton of stars! Note that it is a little difficult to find flat ground for your tent, but we were able to fit three two-person tents at this site, we were just sleeping a little sideways :) There is no potable water at the site, so either bring some jugs of water, or an empty container that you can fill up at check-in. The bathrooms and showers are also at the check-in building, so make sure to bring TP and stuff to pack it out if you don't want to hike up and down the hill to use the bathroom. Really exciting were the cows, lamas and other ranch creatures that shared the space with us.