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100 Colter Bay Village Road, Grand Teton National Park, WY 83013
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Think of Colter Bay Village as summer camp for the entire family ~ kayaking, canoeing, horseback riding, log cabins, and a general store. This resort village on the northern shore of Jackson Lake has it all, and provides affordable vacationing. It’s everything you would want in a genuine Grand Teton National Park vacation. Picture a bustling marina with everything from boat rentals and gear shops to restaurants and a visitor center. On the wooded hill nearby, you will find a variety of accommodations where families of all types prepare for the day’s adventure. Colter Bay is an endless, untamed, Jackson Hole type of adventure.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Fax / photocopying
Convenience store
Gift shop
Breakfast available
Kids' meals
Horseback riding
Non-smoking hotel
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Self-serve laundry
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Non-smoking rooms
Clothes rack
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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Apparently this review is too similar to my review of the Old Faithful cabins but the problem is they are very similar. So will try to mix it up hoping it will get posted. We stayed in a cabin with a private bath. It was a good size for 2 adults; bigger than Old Faithful cabins. But take note it did not have the following: a TV, fridge, microwave, coffee maker & hair dryer. It was clean and the bed was comfortable. It had no A/C but was not a problem since we stayed after Labor Day. It did have a heater and it worked fine. Without daily housekeeping (save $5/night) it cost $198/night after all taxes/fees. It was our most expensive lodging during our 2-week trip out west but worth it to stay in the park in an excellent location.
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We stayed here twice on our trip. Once going into Yellowstone and again on the way back. It is a convenient location to stop if you're making a trip through all of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. Cabin was a 3 bed cabin. Very homey and clean. Cabin had a framed story on where the relocated it from. Beds were very comfortable. There is no TV or wifi in the cabin. However, you can go back to the check-in cabin to get reception. We saw several deer driving in and out.
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These cabins are great if you need a place to stay between Jackson and Yellowstone. The cabins are rustic but have modern conveniences. It's a very quiet area. Absolutely beautiful! There are restaurants and the marina right there by the cabins.
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So this is a campground. We were not aware of that. The cabins are log cabins. Very spacious and there were a ton of them There was a Q and a twin bed. 2 armoires, end tables and a desk. There was so much space and no mini fridge, no hair dryer, no wi fi . The bathroom was large but needed a corner shelf or small table to put stuff. soap was in dispensers in the shower. The shower design was dumb because the door was a circle and when you open the door to turn on the water it goes out the door . also hooks in the entry way for coats would be nice. There was wifi in the cabin you check in at and there were short cuts to walk there. It is open 24/7 and wi fi was strong. This place Has a marina and it is september and a beautiful week and there were no boat rentals even though the kayaks were on the lawn. The stores were bare boned . We did eat at the ranch house.The only place still open and it was very good. There is a starbucks in the store in the campground and fresh muffins. I bought a pop up cooler I packed in my luggage and we stopped at a grocery store before getting into the park . I brought some big zip lock bags to fill with ice and we had food for lunch in the picnic areas when we were gone all day. Also we had drinks and snacks at night. I highly recommend this as you can eat whenever you want and don't have to look for food. All in all this place worked for us but we came prepared for bare bones
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The cabins need a good cleaning. Spider webs and dust. Beds were okay and we had plenty of pillows which was nice. The shower door had a gap between door frame and shower frame and you really had to pull to open. Pretty pricey for what you get.
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$85 - $282 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
colter bay village hotel grand teton national park
United StatesWyomingGrand Teton National Park
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