This is a dry RV/Motor home campsite situated off of scenic Route 33, just 3 miles from Victor, Idaho and Driggs, ID in either direction - only 18 miles from Jackson Hole, Wy. It sits at an elevation of 5,200 feet with views of The Grand Teton Mountain Range. Visitors enjoy fishing, exploring local trails, and sightseeing. With reportedly the best location worldwide to view the solar eclipse, you'll want to book your space soon. SITE OPTIONS AVAILABLE: • $250 dry RV camping
Camping with us gives you direct access to both towns, is walking distance to the bike pathways, and public trailheads, and is uniquely positioned for viewing the eclipse. A dry site means no water, electric, or fire pit. Natural Features: The campground is a short 5 minute drive from 100's of surrounding trailheads, among forests of Douglas fir and lodgepole pine. The rigid cliffs of The Tetons create a stark and beautiful contrast against the meadows below that host a variety of wildlife including moose and deer. Summer wildflowers are abundant. Recreation: Mountain biking, horseback riding, and ATVing are popular modes of transportation. While hiking, fishing for Yellowstone cutthroat and brook trout, bird watching, and exploring the surrounding towns are great ways to pass the time. Facilities: The campground is made up of single-family sites allowing up to 4 persons, with an additional charge of $10 per person per night up to a total of 6 persons. This is a self contained site. No open fires are permitted. No sewage dumping. Adhere to local laws. Roads and parking spurs are gravel and relatively level. For the weekend of the solar eclipse check-in is from 6PM to 9PM and check-out is at 3PM. Nearby Attractions: Popular activities in the area include: the Music on Main concert series every Thursday night June-August in Victor, ID; The hot air balloon festival; each surrounding towns' rodeo and farmer's markets; whitewater rafting; The Spud Drive-In movie theater; the world famous huckleberry shakes at the Victor Emporium; The Bar J Chuckwagon Dinner Theater; Pierre's Playhouse; The Teton Village Tram ride, etc. Not to mention each ski resort in the area hosts free live music concerts weekly throughout the summer. The resorts also offer lift-served hiking and mountain biking, scenic lift rides, guided horseback riding, a climbing wall and an 18-hole disc golf course. With each nearby town possessing its own western charm it's impossible not to fall in love. Grand Teton National Park's Granite Entrance is 21 miles away; Jackson, Wyoming is 18 miles away. Yellowstone National Park is within a 1.5 hour drive. Ririe is a 30 minute drive, Rexburg is a 45 minute drive and Idaho Falls is an hour and 15 minute drive. Within 5 Miles Bait Shop Tattoo and piercing parlor Banks Bike Rentals Cafes Public library Community Park Dump Station General Store Golf course Country Club Liquor store Restaurants Medical Facilities Drive-In movie theater Final Thoughts • It’s your own private Idaho! • Beautiful Teton & Big Hole Mountain Views • Family Friendly – lots of room for the kids to run • Senior Friendly • Hiking on Nearby Trails • Easy Access to Bike Path – just across the highway • Eclipse Viewing Glasses Sold On-site – and more Teton Swag for you!
Accès des voyageurs
22 Acres Pond Access (Not for swimming) Each parking space is roughly 25' x 40' Only 50 Camp Sites Creates a beautiful space to see the eclipse!
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will be available for help with equipment/activity rentals, food, emergencies, etc. as well as knowledge about the surrounding protected areas/national parks, activities, trailheads, etc.
Our community is encouraging eclipse visitors to arrive several days in advance to avoid traffic congestion. The largest grocery stores in all 3 nearby towns of Victor, Driggs, and Jackson will NOT be open on August 20. There are only 2 other small boutique grocery stores in our Valley. Please prepare for this.
- No open fires are permitted
- No sewage dumping
- Pets on leashes
- Guests are responsible for trash collection
- No fireworks are permitted
- Quiet hours are from midnight to 7 AM
- Adhere to Local Laws
- Potential for noise - Being respectful of fellow campers.
- Amenity limitations
I am originally from Jackson Hole, Wy. In the past few years I have taken several extended backpacking trips through Eastern and Western Europe, as well as South and Central Asia. I know what it's like to be a traveler and hope to share my hometown with you. I will be able to give you local tips showing you a whole new side to its country charm.