Camping near Jackson

Surround yourself with the Tetons in a place where the West is truly wild.

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Camping near Jackson guide

Overview

Under the shadow of the Tetons, Jackson is a mountain town determined to stay true to its wild roots. When it comes to whitewater rafting, wildlife viewing, hiking, and rock climbing, this Wyoming gem is a rare find. The Jackson Hole valley is also your gateway to Grand Teton National Park—not to mention Yellowstone National Park. It's just an hour's drive away. Both national parks offer first-come, first-served RV and tent camping. Staying here puts mountain hikes and spouting geysers at your fingertips. At Grand Teton, some of the most popular mountain campgrounds lie on the shores of Jackson Lake and Colter Bay. Don't forget the marshmallows—campfires under the starry skies are a must. If you crave isolation, find your spot amid the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Pitch your tent beneath rugged granite hills in the backcountry, rent a cabin, or kick back at a wooded campground. Be sure to stop by the National Elk Refuge to gawk at wild elk herds. (Don't forget your binoculars!) Around Jackson, you also find plenty of RV parks with full hookups and picnic tables. Parking your rig in Jackson Hole gives you easy access to outdoor adventure. Think fishing on the Snake River and horseback rides in the Tetons. While most campgrounds are only open May through September, winter camping isn't out of the question. A heated cabin is your ticket to snowshoeing or shredding the slopes at a nearby Wyoming ski resort.

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