This is a rustic cabin in a campground. Don't expect anything fancy. My cabin had two units, my unit had a double bed and bathroom. There was also a small desk and a couple of wood chairs. The bedspread, while appropriately western, felt quite grimy. I could see daylight around the lower edge of the doorjam. The heater and water heater both worked (but, the water heater takes up about as much room in the bathroom as the shower does). It was a place to sleep. Unfortunately, there is no place to sit outside to enjoy nature; and you must go about a mile away to find a place with grills. Don't count on the grocery store having much in stock if you go the last weekend of the season (like I did) -- otherwise, it looks like it would be quite adequate. You might want to check what the water level in Jackson Lake is; it was so low (Sept 2013) the entire marina bay was dry. Very overpriced, but Jackson is about an hour away, and the lodges in Grand Teton National Park are considerably more overpriced. You cannot see the lake or mountains from the cabins; just the trees and other cabins; but you are within a mile or few from awesome views of either.
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- Colter Bay Village Hotel Grand Teton National Park
- Colter Bay Village Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming