Camping in Grand Teton NP
If you follow us on Instagram or Facebook, you already know were we are.
We pulled into the Gros Ventre campground on Monday. We wanted to wait till the weekenders were gone, so we could be in a spot we know we love. This is our fourth summer staying here, and it always feels like coming home. Even the dogs know we are home when we get here.
This is about the only time we stay in a campground, but in the Jackson Hole area, options are limited. There are places to boondock here, but they can be kinda far from town. The Gros Ventre campground is basically boondocking anyway, as there are no hookups at all. Situated right along the Gros Ventre river in Grand Teton national park, it’s pretty ideal. Our favorite spot is close to the river, and we all love it. When the afternoons get hot, we can just walk down and cool off.
Torrey has finally decided that swimming is an alright thing.
Shake that fur!!
The water is always so cool and clear here.
And there are pretty blue butterflies to watch.
I love this area. We always see tons of wildlife, and the scenery can’t be beat. I have already taken so many great photos. The Tetons are “My” mountains, and I love them.
Staying in a campground can be less than ideal at times. The general quietness that exists in this campground, can be completely destroyed by one idiot with a construction generator. But this guy is supposed to leave in a couple days, so we will survive until then.