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Curtis Canyon Campground

 Camping Fees:

Single Site                            $  15.00

Extra Vehicle (ea.)                $    7.00 

The Curtis Canyon Campground is a great place to camp if you want to be close to town but still off the beaten path. This wooded campground is located above the National Elk Refuge and a quick walk from your campsite will reward you with amazing views of the National Elk Refuge and the Teton mountain range.

From the Town of Jackson, Wyoming, head towards West Broadway Avenue (US Highway 189) and continue East passing Cache Street for approximately 1 mile. At the end of West Broadway Avenue, turn left onto North Elk Refuge Road and continue on the road for approximately 3 miles, then make the first left turn to continue on National Elk Refuge Road 2240. After 1 mile, take the first road to the right to go onto Curtis Canyon Road for approximately 2.5 miles where you will see signage for Curtis Canyon Campground on the right.

 
 

Granite Hot Springs Pool

 Pool Fees:

Adults                            $  8.00 Children  (under 12)     $  5.00 

 

The Granite Hot Springs Pool is a great way to end your day when visiting the Granite Creek area or just to take a nice warm soak.  The hot springs flow out of the surrounding rocks and into a swimming pool that was built by the CCC during the 1930's.  The pool is very family friendly and is a great place for the kids to swim and splash around while the adults relax sore muscles.  The views from the pool are amazing with the surrounding mountains overlooking the facility like sentinels.

No alcohol is allowed in the pool area to protect public safety, prevent drinking and driving, and preserve the family-friendly character of this special place.  Please respect the no alcohol rule and plan accordingly.

The pool is located at the end of the Granite Creek Road and is situated just above Granite Creek Falls.  If you aren't camping in the area, be prepared for a long scenic drive to the pool on a bumpy dirt road.  During the winter months the hot springs are accessible only via snowmobile, dog sled, skiing and via fat biking.

There are two different seasons when the hot springs are open, summer and winter.

Starting Dec. 9th. The pool will be open 10:00AM to 4:00PM 

Please call for additional information: (307)-690-6323

Granite Creek Campground

 Camping Fees:

Single Site                            $  15.00

Extra Vehicle (ea.)                $    7.00 

 

The Granite Creek Campground is a large wooded campground nestled in the valley between high mountain peaks very near to the Gros Ventre Wilderness.

 

It is located next to designated Wild and Scenic Granite Creek, and offers excellent fishing opportunities.  The Granite Creek Hot Springs Pool is just up the road from the campground.

Several trails are accessible close to the campground for hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking.

From Hoback Junction, take US 189/191 east 10 mi to FR 30500. Travel north  for about 8 miles, campground is located on the right hand side of the road.

 

Hoback Campground

 Camping Fees:

Single Site                            $  15.00

Extra Vehicle (ea.)                $    7.00 

The Hoback Campground is situated along the designated Wild and Scenic Hoback River.  This is a small, scenic campground that offers excellent fishing near your campsite or just relax and enjoy your camping experience.

Water hydrants are conveniently spaced throughout the campground and two modern style vault toilets are located along the paved interior road.

From Hoback Junction, WY, take US Rt. 191/189 south about 7 1/2 miles to campground, located just off the highway on the river side.

 

Kozy

Campground

 Camping Fees:

Single Site                              $  15.00

Extra Vehicle (ea.)                  $    7.00 

 

The Kozy Campground is located along the Hoback River, which has excellent trout fishing in an area of the Hoback that is less visited.  This campground is located far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the Snake River and Hoback Junction, that is makes for a quiet and peaceful spot to camp out and enjoy the outdoors.

From Hoback Junction, WY, take US Rt. 191/189 south about 13 miles to campground, located just off the highway on the river side.

 

East Table Campground & Group Area

 Camping Fees:

Single Site                            $  15.00

Extra Vehicle (ea.)                $    7.00

Group Area                           $  60.00

The East Table Campground is located along the designated Wild and Scenic Snake River.  This wooded campground offers excellent views of the surrounding mountains and the river.

 

Whitewater rafting is very popular along this section of the Snake River as it winds it's way down through the canyon.

From the junction of US 26 & US 89 at Alpine,WY go north on US 89 for about 12 miles, where you will see signage for East Table Campground on the river side of the highway.

 

The East Table Group Area is located on the opposite side of the highway just across from the campground.  It can be used for over-flow camping or group use.

 
 

Station Creek Campground

 Camping Fees:

Single Site                            $  15.00

Extra Vehicle (ea.)                $    7.00 

The Station Creek Campground is located along the designated Wild and Scenic Snake River.

 

This wooded campground is a very busy campground that is popular with campers that like the whitewater rafting as well as others that just enjoy relaxed camping among the scenic beauty of the Snake River canyon.

From the junction of US 26 & US 89 at Alpine,WY go north on US 89 for about 10 miles, where you will see signage for Station Creek Campground on the river side of the highway.

Station Creek

Group Area

 Camping Fees:

Group Area                           $  60.00

  • Reservations are also taken via the toll-free telephone number: 1-877-444-6777

The Station Creek Group Area is located on the opposite side of the highway just across from the campground.

 

The two group campsites can accommodate up to 40 people each. The sites are equipped with picnic and serving tables, campfire circles, grills and food storage lockers. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided, but there is no electricity. Firewood can be purchased at the campground.

From the junction of US 26 & US 89 at Alpine,WY go north on US 89 for about 12 miles, where you will see signage for Station Creek Group Area on the opposite side of the highway from the campground.

 

Wolf Creek

Campground

 Camping Fees:

Single Site                            $  15.00

Extra Vehicle (ea.)                $    7.00 

The Wolf Creek Campground offers great views of the Snake River Canyon. This is the largest campground in the Snake River Canyon with many sites available and it rarely fills, so if you are arriving late in the day this might be your campground.

From the junction of US 26 & US 89 at Alpine,WY go north on US 89 for about 6 miles, where you will see the entrance sign for the Wolf Creek Campground.

 

Little Cottonwood

Group Area

 Camping Fees:

Group Area                           $  60.00

The Little Cottonwood Group Campground, located above the Snake River, is a great place for organizational groups or family groups.

The campground has one group campsite that can accommodate up to 40 people. The site is equipped with picnic tables, a campfire circle and food storage lockers. Vault toilets, drinking water and trash dumpster are provided, but there is no electricity.

From the junction of US 26 & US 89 at Alpine,WY go north on US 89 for about 4.5 miles, where you will see the entrance sign for the Little Cottonwood Group Area on the river side of the highway.

 

  • Reservations are also taken via the toll-free telephone number: 1-877-444-6777