Need an easy spot to camp without fighting for a spot in a nearby forest? Want a Teton view and a big place to camp on without people close by? Want to visit the Tetons without spending tons of money on a vacation home or cramped hotel? Want plenty of privacy and space to yourself? Do you want the ability to take a quick drive to a hundred places to hike, explore, fish, raft, cycle, 4 wheel, etc? Want a perfect location to walk your dogs, hike, walk, even ride your horses (we have the ability to host horse campers) from on our Rails to Trails pathway? This 1.5 acre parcel for camping use (it sits on 3 open acres) has water rights, and often through the summer, there is a little stream going through the place. The meadow grass is beautiful, and you can see the tip of the Tetons from the campsite! EASY LOCATION to Driggs, Victor, Jackson, Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park, Bear World, Kelly, Heise, etc. Quiet, respectful people a bonus. We don't accept partiers or loud boisterous people.....sorry.....people around here go to bed by 10, and don't want to hear any noise--at least until 8 or 9 am. Be a good camper, be clean, pack out your trash, and we'll both be happy! If we have to have interaction with you due to noise issues, fire issues, or damage issues, or any other complaints by our far-away neighbors, we will charge your security deposit. As long as you abide by the golden rule, all will be well. We live about 5 minutes away, so we can help if need, but won't even know you are there otherwise.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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This site was great, and I recommend it highly! Finding a place to stay near Jackson and Yellowstone in the summer is expensive, and I was so happy we happened upon this spot on Hipcamp — not only was it much less expensive than other options in the area, but we also got to see the charming towns of Victor and Driggs, Idaho! The campsite itself is a beautiful little field with easy access off the road. The horses in the adjacent pasture are a plus, and you really should get there before sunset so you can watch the beauty of the sun going down over the mountains. Oh and Janine and Kendall are very accommodating (something I haven’t always found with Hipcamp hosts); they checked in via text after we arrived but otherwise gave us full privacy. Really, five stars all around.