Located at the Jackson Hole KOA and Cabin Village, 10 miles south of Jackson Hole on the Snake River.
We came right in the middle of the summer and could not find a place for a family that was below $300 a night that was not a dive. These cabins were very affordable and certainly not a dive. Very clean and looked brand new and stocked with everything we needed. Great property with the river and creek. It was an absolute find.
Great cabins. We were looking for a place for our family and another family we were traveling with where we could stay close to each other and also cook some meals and these cabins were perfect. The setting with the river and surrounding trees was beautiful. The cabins had a lot more than what we thought with pots and dishes along with a great gas BBQ. Our cabins were also very clean and well maintained. We were able to have our cabins right next to each other and one of our cabins had a loft which the kids just thought was the coolest. We have never stayed in a place quite as unique as this and we had a great time.
These cabins are very nice. We had never stayed at a KOA before and were hesitant to stay there because we thought the cabins were not going to be what we were looking for and not sure what staying at a KOA would be like. We talked to a couple people at the KOA and read some reviews online and with the positive feedback from other travelers decided to book a few nights during our family trip. It really was a great atmosphere for us, especially for a trip visiting the national parks and focused on the outdoors.
These are log cabins and seemed new and very well cared for. The one we stayed in had a loft with a queen bed and twin bed for kids to sleep and a private queen bedroom for us. There was a full bathroom and a kitchen with a 3/4 fridge, stove top burners, microwave, sink and dish and pots to cook. We had a poured concrete patio that was landscaped nicely with a fire pit for campfires and a gas barbecue.
Once we got the hang of making the fire, first night we had a lot of smoke, it was truly great to have campfires at night. Just sitting around the fire and laughing with our family was the best memory I had for our trip. Our cabin overlooked a creek which was very peaceful to hear at night. We also loved how scenic the property was. There was fully mature trees throughout the KOA and a great walk along the Snake River.
One thing to note is that you do not get maid service everyday. We asked for extra towels though and they brought them to us promptly. You are very close to Jackson and Grand Teton National Park but the trip to Yellowstone is a long day and would advise splitting your trip with a stay in Yellowstone if your are looking to spend more than one day the and if you have days to spare on your vacation. 2-3 days in the Jackson Hole area and 2-3 days in Yellowstone is a great mix.
Back to our stay, there was also some great activities onsite or in close proximity. We all went whitewater rafting which was thrilling. We also received a 10% discount on the river trip and the horseback riding right across the street.
We came big fans of KOAs after our first experience here and look forward to staying in more cabins.
Our family loved this place. We were in Jackson for the 4th of July and were very thankful that we made the decision to stay here and not in town. After all, we did not come to see Yellowstone and the Tetons so we could feel crowded in a hotel room in town. It was great walking around at night and hearing the river. The cabins were just the cutest things you have ever seen. They are very unique, well laid out, and had everything we needed. The s'mores and campfire at night took the top prize for me. It was just great spending time with our kids doing something that we can't ever do where we live. The rafting trip that left from the KOA was amazing. We took a trip on a couple other rivers and this one was our favorite, mainly because our guide was very entertaining and fun. It was such a great stay and would love to come back some day.
Jackson Hole is such a special place to be during the fall and stay here just made it better. Waking up in the morning and hearing the river and walking down to it was amazing. There were bald eagles up and down the river from us and there were all sorts of trees and shrubs turning colors on the property. The cabins were perfect. We did not expect them to be as nice as they were. Very clean and well kept. The staff was very friendly, fun and helpful. Just a fan static stay.
Every other year we have a group of college friends that now live throughout the country that look for a place that we can all get together. As each of our families grow, it gets harder and harder to find a place where we can all meet and stay together. My wife and I had stumbled across Snake River Park on a trip to Jackson a couple years ago and suggest it to the whole group. To be honest, everyone was hesitant to stay at a KOA, but when I emailed them pictures of the cabins, everyone was ready to give it a try.
It was by far the best get together that we have ever had. The cabins are so nice. Everyone loved the log cabin appeal. We were able to get 5 of the cabins in a row and Cook and eat every meal together. With a queen bed, bunk bed and sofa bed, the cabins could sleep up to 7 people if kids don't mind sharing beds, which was great for us because some of the families have grown quite a bit over the last couple years!
The cabins were fully equipped. The bigger cabins had full kitchens. All the cabins had full bathrooms. I am not much of a TV fan, butnfor those who are, they had flat screen TVs with satellite. The location was great and beautiful being right on the Snake River and the cabins overlooking a creek that was a tributary to the Snake River. Everyone loved the campfires at night. The kids loved the s'mores.
The staff was incredible. I would definitely classify our group as high maintenance with all the different reservations and changes we made . But the whole time, everyone was so helpful. We had the staff help us find places to fish to helping us with a flat tire to making reservations for us to go horseback riding. The best part of the trip was the river rafting with Dave Hansen Whitewater, which is also owned by the same people who own the KOA. They picked us up right at the KOA and because our families had some infants, that was really convenient because we could stagger our trips to trade off babysitting duties so everyone could go.
I can't say enough how happy we all were with the stay here. If you are staying just on your own or traveling with your family, you will not be disappointed.
We are located about 10 miles south of the town of Jackson, right on the Snake River. As you are driving from Jackson south on Hwy 89, 26, 189, and 191, you will cross the Snake River twice over bridges. After you cross the Snake River the second time you will see the KOA Campground and Kabin Village on your right. If you have gone to Hoback Jct., you have gone to far
Other Activities: Whitewater and Scenic River Trips