Jackson Hole / Snake River Koa

Jackson, Wyoming

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Welcome to Jackson Hole/Snake River KOA, gateway to an outdoor paradise that includes Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, Bridger-Teton National Forest and the Snake and Hoback rivers. This mountain campground on the banks of the Snake River features RV Sites and Tent Sites shaded by aspens, cottonwoods and giant spruce trees. Camping Cabins overlook Snake River, with Tent Sites along Horse Creek and the Snake. Deluxe Cabins offer bathrooms, kitchenettes and DIRECTV. (Sites do not have space for extra vehicles or trailers.) A Wi-Fi hotspot at the main office means you can post photos of this beautiful area. Enjoy guided whitewater rafting or scenic float trips (10% discount when you stay at KOA). Relax on KOA's "Snake River Beach" and read a book or play in the river. Area activities include fishing the Snake, horseback riding just across the street, hiking and soaking in Granite Hot Springs. Open April 15 - October 15 (dependent on snow conditions).

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