Colter Bay Village

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Colter Bay Cabins--clean, great location, good value

by TripAdvisor Member BEBATL98

I took a last minute trip to Grand Teton National Park with my best friend. We usually like to camp, but we didn't have time to get our gear together so we wanted to stay in a cabin in GTNP. We were lucky to find an available cabin on such short notice--we only planned our trip about 2-3 weeks in advance. We were able to make reservations on the Grand Teton Lodge Company website. We stayed at Colter Bay Village in the Colter Bay Cabins. We had a cabin with 2 queen beds and 1 single bed (all in one main room) and we thought it was huge! It had a private bathroom (clean and plenty of hot water), a desk, a recliner chair, a side table, a table in between the beds, nice lamps, and plenty of space for our backpacks and gear. The floor was tiled, but had area rugs. We were in GTNP to hike and explore the outdoors, so we just wanted a conveniently located, clean, warm, reasonably priced cabin and Colter Bay Cabins definitely met our needs. We only stayed one night, but we wished it could have been longer. We thought our cabin was a great value at about $120. In such a remote area, this was a resonable price to pay for such a large cabin. The cabin we were in could have easily slept 5 people, but we only chose it because it was the only size cabin available at the time we were there. We would have chosen a smaller cabin, had it been available but we were very happy with our nice, large one! A short walk from the cabin area is a dining room, a laundry facility, a gift shop, a visitor center, and plenty of parking. We did not eat at the dining room at Colter Bay Village. We went to the nearby Jackson Lake Lodge for dinner because we were hiking in that area. We ate at the Mural Room for dinner and it was delicious. We thought the prices were very resonable for such a nice menu selection and an amazing view of the mountains. On our way out of GTNP the following morning, we decided to stop back at the Jackson Lake Lodge again for some photos and then decided to eat breakfast at the Pioneer diner located in the JLL. Breakfast at the Pioneer was excellent also--great food, friendly service, strong coffee, resonable prices. We were only in GTNP for two days, but our experience at Colter Bay Cabins and at Jackson Lake Lodge made us want to return again someday soon for a longer visit.

Tent Cabins at Colter Bay were great

by TripAdvisor Member Satisfaction7

We camp with our own supplies most of the time. On our recent trip, we didn't have room in the car for a tent, so we booked a tent cabin at Colter Bay.

The bunks were wonderful--very comfy. And you can build a fire inside the cabin, in a little wood stove, so we were plenty warm. Privacy was not an issue, and the scenery from our cabin, of the Tetons, was spectacular.

The food at the Chuckwagon (sit down dinner) was very good. I would suggest the trout. They have a full bar, even though they don't advertise it. And the ranger talk at 9 PM was fun for the kids.

Colter Bay Visitor Center at the Grand Tetons

by PA2AKgirl

This is one of the best visitor centers I have seen at a national park. It's not that it's structurally impressive (that award goes to the VC at Independence in Philly or at Yellowstone) but it has a wonderful Indian Arts museum inside. The collection is beyond impressive and the way it is displayed is brilliant. I wish we would have spent more time in here--we were here for about an hour, but I could have looked at the collection all day long. They have lots of beaded pieces (I learned how to do that last summer in Sitka, and let me tell you, it's a slow, tedious but amazing process), regalia, toys and SO much more. It's 2 floors just filled with wonderful displays.

Also, they have a resident artist...the woman who was there when we were was so friendly! We talked with her for awhile, but I imagine, like at the Park I worked at in Alaska, she gets mobbed in the summer. The day we went, it was pretty slow--the VC had JUST opened. Oh, yeah...I should mention that it's only open in the summer season. (mid May thru Sept)

The actual VC has a wonderful bookstore (including the book: "Who Pooped in the Park"--good read!), and different videos they show througout the day. We watched the geological history of the Tetons. Fascinating (seriously)

Nice rustic cabins

by TripAdvisor Member rob1764

I was a little apprehensive after some of the reviews, but we had a good time at the Colter Bay Cabins. We had a 2 room-interconnected with 1 full bath cabin. It was roomy and cozy. The cabin was built in 1922 but it is nicely furnished with rustic furniture. Very basic, no phone, no TV like most of the cabins around the area. The bathroom is a little tight, but still nice.

Comfortable stay

by TripAdvisor Member MrsBo

Just returned from five days in the Grand Teton National Park where we stayed in the Colter Bay Cabins. Although sparsley furnished they were comfortable and clean. The office was opened 24 hours and the staff very helpful. For the money it was a good deal and would certainly consider staying there again if in the area.

Loved the cabin!!!!! #426

by TripAdvisor Member bongodavis

We stayed in cabin #426 and just loved how rustic and spacious this cabin was. And very affordable for the location ( right in the Tetons). It was only 28 degress in the morning and the heaters worked great. If you're hoping for a tv and phone you've comed to the wrong place because you won't find it in you're cabin , You're in the tetons get out and enjoy one of Americas' best National parks. And they allow pets here which you won't find too many places in this area. Yellowstone is only a 23 mile drive form colter bay cabins,just an added bonus (2 National parks for $25.00)!!!!! We can't wait to return!!!!

Lovely and spacious log cabin

by TripAdvisor Member snowang

We stayed at a Colter Bay log cabin for 1 night mid Sept. It has two double beds and costs $121. The price is quite steep but we got a very spacious and lovely unit close to the lake. And the experience of living in a log cabin was very unique, way better than the "updated" lodge cabin near Old Faithful. My only complaints were the heater being too noisy at night and the parking space was weirdly designed.
We had dinner at Chuckwagon Restaurant across from the Visitor Center. We were surprised by the quality of the food. Try their trout dinner if you like fresh fish. Their service could be improved, though.

Not worth the price

by TripAdvisor Member NationalParkHiker

Spent two nights, June 2nd and 3rd, in a cabin with a double and a single bed with private bath, cost $112. Not worth it even with the location. The cabin was one room with a miniscule bath tacked onto one end. The shower was extremely cramped with no light in it. A large person would have had difficulty getting into it. The only light in the bath was over the lavatory and it was very dim. The lighting throughout was the newer fluorescent type, which is commendable, but with such low wattage it was difficult to see what you were doing in the room. Of course there isn’t much to do in the room. As with almost all national park accommodations, no TV, radio, or telephone. There was electricity and running water however. The management makes a big deal of being “green” or environmentally conscious but doesn’t follow through. A note in the bathroom indicated that if towels were left hanging on the racks, they would not be replaced, if on the floor they would. Left ours on the racks but they were replaced anyway. The location is not close to any of the mountain hikes. You must drive South to the Jenny Lake area or beyond for the most scenic hikes. Since hiking was our main reason for visiting, we would have been much better off staying in Jackson for our Grand Teton visit. All this said, the room was pretty clean, though it could have been dirtier than we thought since it was so dark in there. Other services are not bad. Restaurant is reasonable with good food. Lake services, such as boat rental, launching, etc., were available. The general store and gift shop were well stocked. Colter Bay guests can also use some of the Jackson Lake Lodge facilities, such as the pool and, apparently, a wifi internet connection in their lobby, though we didn’t try it. Jackson Lodge is about 5 or 6 miles South of Colter Bay. So - if you like expensive, rustic accommodations with few amenities, this place is for you. But the Tetons ARE amazingly beautiful. Particularly loved the Garnet Canyon hike.

Trafalgar national parks tour

by balhannah


This tour was one that we wanted to do for a long time. It took in a lot of the main National Parks of the U.S.A.

So now, take a seat in the Virtual Tour Coach, and we will begin our journey, starting from the city of Las Vegas in Nevada.

As Las Vegas is very different to anything we have in Australia, we decided to stay a few extra days and take a look around. We had a great time!

Day 1......................

Las Vegas


We departed Las Vegas and made it to St. George for our morning tea stop.
Back in the Coach and onto the Spectacular ZION Park. It was a hot 44 degrees. Even though very hot, we thoroughly enjoyed this Park, where we were taken around in a shuttle bus.
Weeping Rock was very nice on such a hot day! The canyon walls rise up from the valley floor, awe inspiring.
Heading up a mountain, we passed through a narrow tunnel which was built in the 1920's. Vehicles are only allowed through one direction at a time. This is because vehicles are bigger these days.
Our final stop was BRYCE CANYON. Colourful sandstone spires, beautiful from where ever we looked. This was our favorite National Park. Wished we had more time here, as we would have liked to done the horse ride, and more exploring.

Day 3..............

Salt Lake City for tonights stop. Would have rather had more time at Bryce Canyon than being taken through the Mormon buildings, after all, it was called a "National Parks Tour!'

Day 4...............

Our 1st stop today was at Idaho Falls for lunch. Lot of Potatoes are grown around here.
We stopped at the top of the Teton pass for photos where there was a beautiful view of the valley.
Staying at JACKSON HOLE tonight.

Day 5.................

Jackson Hole is like a wild west town, it still has boardwalk verandahs. I guess it is geared for tourist's these days, but we liked it , as it is different to Australia.
The Chapel of Transfiguration is just outside of town. It has beautiful views of the Teton Mountain Ranges from the altar window. What a nice place to be married, and we were told, a lot of people choose here to be married.
We passed by Jenny lake and Colter Bay on our way to Yellowstone park for the next 2nights.

Day 6.................

YELLOWSTONE, and plenty of time for a wander around, got to see Old Faithful go off twice.
This was the 1st time we had seen Buffalo in the wild. We were lucky enough that they decided to walk infront of the Coach, so we had a really close-up view. They have colossal heads on them, certainly wouldn't want to get in the way of one.
A must visit, is Artist point where the Yellowtone canyon and waterfalls are, a most beautiful spot.

Day 7................

Left Yellowstone and came down the Absaroka Range which was very steep. At the bottom of the range, was Buffalo Bills Lodge. After the Lodge, we passed through the Shoshone mountains, these reminded me of Bryce Canyon, only interesting formations in a chocolate colour.
Coming into CODY, was the Buffalo Bill Dam, an engineering feat in its day. Cody which is located in a fertile valley, has a big museum on Buffalo Bill. We saw lots of coal trains at Billings where we stayed at The Sheraton Hotel.

Day 8.......................

We stopped at the Little Bighorn Battlefield national monument, the site of the infamous "Custers last stand"
Near the town of Deadwood, is Kevin Costner's "Tatanka". This tells you the story of the Bison and the Lacota Indians. A Lacota Indian told the interesting story to us. We stayed at RAPID CITY for 2nights.

Day 9................

A day in this area. Our 1st stop, was the very interesting Crazyhorse Monument that is being built. It is enormous, and I would say a "must see." Photos do not do this justice, it is so much bigger than Mt. Rushmore, which we went and saw after Crazyhorse.

Day 10...................

And we move onto DENVER where we had some time exploring the city. Denver is a very busy city with imposing buildings.

Day 11.......................

A beautiful drive through the mountains to Vail, a lovely village in a scenic setting. Glenwood Canyon was fantastic, so pretty, and the dual carriageway we were driving on was amazing.

We follow the Colorado river into Utah, and visit the ARCHES PARK, another extriodnary park, would have liked more time here too. Our stay tonight was at MOAB.

Day 12...........
Our next park is MESA VERDE which is situated on top of a plateau. Another must see,very interesting finding out about the past, and seeing the dwellings situated under the cliffs, you wonder what happened to them.
Leaving Mesa Verde we travelled to Kayenta where we stayed the night. t\
This is the town nearest MONUMENT VALLEY.

Day 13...........................

Monument Valley.....And when we visited here the next morning, we could remember western films of years ago that were shot here. The sand is so red, its Navajo indian land, and different to the other parks. Carrying on, we passed through the painted desert, lovely colours in the hills. Our last National Park on this tour was of course, the GRAND CANYON and it certainly lived up to expections. Staying at the Grand Canyon for 2nights.

Day 14.....................
Its huge, magnificent, what more can I say, everybody else has said it for me. The end of a great National Parks tour. We finished in Las Vegas.

This was a good tour of the National parks as we saw a lot over a large amount of distance.

As is often said, The Tour Director can either "make or break" your holiday, in this case, he did a very poor job, so much so, that everybody was writing a letter of complaint to Trafalgar travel..

The luck of the draw! The other Coach that travelled with us, had an excellent Tour Director!

Western States National Parks & more

by pedroswift

Three Weeks On The Road
Road Trip - L.A. – Western States National Parks – Las Vegas

Overnight stops :Los Angeles, CA.; Anaheim, CA.; Ventura, CA.; San Simeon, CA.; Monterey, CA.; San Francisco, CA.; Bass lake CA.; Fernley, NV.; Twin falls, ID.; West Yellowstone, MT.; Mammoth Springs, WY.; Jackson, WY.; Green river, WY.; Moab, UT.; Escalante, UT.; Cedar City, UT.; Page, AZ.; Williams, AZ.; Las Vegas, NV.

day --miles driven -- Depart-Destination ---Notes-o/nite accom. dining. Hilite in bold type -- H/way # eg.66 italic.
Day 1 -- local – Los Angeles, CA. – arrived early evening. Hotel Shuttle toTravelode Viscount. Ate at hotel.
Day 2 -- local -- Los Angeles, CA. Anaheim CA. - Shuttle to airport& shuttle to car hire place. Drove to Manhattan Beach for a walk then to Rendondo Beach; Rancho Palos Verdes; Garden Grove. Hotel - Ramada. Drove to Crystal Cathedral then Ate at Coco’s - not bad for chain.
Day 3 --local – Disneyland all day. Ramada. Ate El Torito.
Day 4 -- 100 miles – Anaheim – Ventura, CA. City Shopping Centre then 1.5 hours drive to Santa Monica then Harbour Town Marina Resort, Ventura for overnite.Dined in Hotel Rest. Good views of yacht harbour.
Day 5 -- 170 miles – Ventura, CA. – San Simeon, CA. Via Freeway 101 .Stop Solvang. Buy fudge & had lunch. Maison Deutz Winery. MorroBay & Natural History Museum. Drove out to Morro Rock. Then to San Simeon Holiday Inn. Dined San Simeon Rest.
Day 6 -- 100 miles – San Simeon, CA. – Monterey, CA. Drove to Hearst Castle Visitors Centre. Bus & 1.5 hour guided tour. Drove to Carmel and to Days Inn Monterey. Visit Aquarium - walk Cannery Row. 17 mile drive to Pebble Beach and Del Monte State Forest. Dined “Fishwife” calamari (Calamari Festival at Weekend)
Day7 -- 170miles – Monterey, CA. – San Francisco, CA.. North on HWay 1 to Santa Cruz. Thence to Eith St Civic Centre & Holiday inn.
Day 8 -- local – San Francisco, CA…. walked to Union Square. Walked to top of hill and got a cable car to Fishermans Wharf. Boat tour of harbour. Oligitory clam chowder in sourdough roll + shrimp cocktail for lunch. Walked off lunch up Hyde Road, Lombard Street (crookedest street). P.m. drive to Santa Rosa.. on way back to hotel, Dined Petaluma Cattlemen’s – good steak.
Day 9 -- local – San Fransisco, CA.... Drove to Sausalito via Golden gate Bridge. Returned via Richmond & Bay bridges. Dined Fishermans Wharf – Number 9 Fisherman’s Grotto –good.

"San Francisco-Yosemite-Craters of Moon-Yellowstone"

Day 10 -- 260 miles –San Francisco, CA. – Bass Lake... drove via Oakland Bay Bridge & H/way 580 to Tracey for B/fast. Route 120 Oakdale and into Yosemite National Park IMO the best in the US. Nature centre. Visitor Centre. Gob smackingly beautiful granite landforms. Drove to glacier point snow at 7,200 ft. Mariposa grove. Exit Southern Park entry then to Pines Resort, Bass Lake 14 miles from south boundary of Park. Dined Ducey’s on the Lake. which was extra good.{Tip: never let a travel agent who has never visited the area you wish to visit sell you accom. because of it’s beautiful location and amenities. In this case, our primary objective was Yosemite. I would have rather stayed in a tent in/near the valley than have to drive the 53 miles to/from Bass Lake.}
Day 11 – local 110 miles -- Yosemite NP 2 hour guided tram tour. Walked to base of Yosemite Falls –cold, misty, noisy. Great. Drove back to Hotel at bass lake & dined Ducey’s on the Lake –top class.
Day 12 -- 300 miles – Bass lake, CA – Fernley, NV... Drove north to Yosemite valley for lunch then via 120 to Tioga Pass. Tenaya lake still frozen (late May). Tuolumne Meadows, Tioga pass snow, snow snow, First vehicles through pass after ploughing. Absolutely delighted by the Glacial Features everywhere. Drove into our first snow storm. Before crossing into Nevada on 395 .Coffee at Topaz lake. Thence Carson City, Reno east to Sparkes and Fernley Super 8 Motel. Dined casino next door.
Day 13 -- 420 miles – Fernley, NV. - Twin falls, ID.... north west on on I 80E b/fast at at Elko.Jackpot. Super 8 at Twin Falls
Day 14 -- 285 miles – Twin Falls, ID. - West Yellowstone, MT... To Shoshone Falls lookout Snake river Canyon. Cross lava beds to Craters of the Moon National Monument A must-see for students of our earth’s landforms. Arco nearby western worlds first nuclear powered town.& grafitti central??US 20 to Idaho Falls. Then north on US20 to West Yellowstone Brandin’ Iron Motel - ate down town.
Day 15 – 95 miles – W.Yellowstone, MT to, Mammoth Springs WY via Madison, Canyon Village, Visitors Centre – Tower, Roosevelt to Hotel Mammoth Springs in private cabin. Dined in hotel- fair.

"Yellowstone- Jackson - Dinosaur - Moab - Escalante"

day --miles driven -- Depart-Destination ---Notes-o/nite accom. dining. Hilite in bold type -- H/way # eg.66 italic.
Day 16 -- 170 miles - Mammoth Springs, WY to Jackson, WY... after b/fast at Springs Grill, checked out calcite terraces & Obsidian Cliff. Plenty of wildlife. Firehole Canyon Drive. Old Faithful. Lakes still frozen plenty of snow around (early June).Drove south into Grand Teton National Park. Stop at Colter Bay Visitor Centre. Indian Museum. Thru’ Moose to Jackson. Parkway Motel – best Western dined at Silver Dollar Grill.
Day 17 -- 190 miles -- Jackson, WY. to Green River, WY... photos & shopping in Jackson followed by lunch at Drugstore. Drove south on the Snake River Canyon. Then US189 & US191 Beers at Pinedale. Farson, Rock Springs to Coachman Inn, Green River. Ate at Pizza Hut –unremarkable..
Day 18 – 315 miles – Green River, WY – Moab, UT.... via route 530 to stop at Flaming Gorge…great example of tilted sandstone, differential erosion & pinnacles.Thence visitor Centre at Flaming Gorge Lake. Great. Vernal, UT. Great views showing 12 ages of creation. Natural History Museum. East on 40 to Dinosaur National Monument. Shuttle from Visitor Centre to fossil face (enclosed working site- fantastic). Then south thru Colorado on Hwy139, Douglas Pass (8,268 ft) Mesa Country west on 70 south on 128. Cross Colorado River and followed river to Moab. Motel 8. dined at Mi Vida with fine view.
Day 19 (big day probably best covered by taking 2 days) -- 220 miles -- Moab, UT – Escalante, UT... Drive to Arches National Park. Visitor Info Centre. Took 5 hours to check out the park. Then back to Hwy 70 and to Capital Reef N.P. – Dixie National Forest (ponderosa pines, climb to 9,400 ft) This Section of Highway one of the best drives anywhere to Circle Motel Escalante.

"Escalante- Bryce - Zion - Grand Canyon - Las Vegas"

Day 20 -- 120 miles -- Escalante, UT – Cedar City, UT. Early start to Bryce Canyon National Park Visitors Centre. Stopped Inspiration Point (8100ft) to look down on Bryce Amphitheatre. Bryce Point Natural bridge, Rainbow Point. Walked Bristlecone Loop trail. (2000 year old pines). Drive to Cedar Breaks National Monument, Chessmen Ridge overlook at 10,460 ft lots of snow). Stayed at Cedar City Super 7 & ate at Sizzler (both only so so).
Day 21 – 160 miles – Cedar City, UT. – Page, AZ..... via route 15 exit 40 to stop at Kolob Canyon area of Zion National Park…(finger canyons in area run e/w.Thought afternoon may be more suitable for photography), Drove to Springdale at entrance to Zion NP.Stopped for bumbleberry pie and icecream –gimmicky but tasted good. Walked up Narrows through water in creek bed. Cold. Exited the park via two interesting tunnels thence to Kenab, Wahweap on Lake Powell. Interesting to see boats, blue water in desert/mesa country. To Page & Cactus lodge dined Inn at Page. Good.
Day 22 -- 170 miles -- Page, AZ – Williams, AZ. Early start Golden Arches only thing open.. Drove south on 89 through Navajo Reservation .. turn at Cameron to Grand Canyon. Desert View then GC Village Shuttle Bus along rim. Extremely hot. “Canyoned-out” retired hurt to lunch at Bright Angel Hotel & drove south to Williams Super 8. Dined at Rod’s Steakhouse. Prime ribs – best ever. I'd drive across the state to get to Rod's!!!
Day 23 -- 220 miles – Williams, AZ to Las Vegas, NV., Drive west descending from 6,762 ft alt. Kingman thence 93 to Las Vegas via Lake Mead / Hoover Dam to stay at Bally’s. Diner & show at Riviera and walk after. Dropped off hire car.
Day 22 -- local Las Vegas, NV Toured Shops and Casinos. Diner and Show at Sahara Hotel..
Day 23 -- Las Vegas, NV. – Los Angeles, CA. - Hawaii, Late afternoon flight West.


3600 miles approx
23 days +/- in easy stages
To see: Mighty National Parks and Monuments, Big Sur Coast Line California , 7 US States, the flesh pots of Nevada including Las Vegas.

More than a dozen National Parks/State Parks/ Forests/Recreational Areas:

Note : If you intend to visit more than two National Parks or Federal Recreational Lands you may wish to purchase an annual or lifetime pass

Los Padres National Forest

Pebble Beach and Del Monte Forest
Yosemite National Park
Craters of the Moon National Monument
Yellowstone National Park
Don't forget to take the oportunity to photograph your better half standing next to the Sign: "OLD FAITHFUL GEYSER"
I'd suggest seeing the BBC produced video "Yellowstone: Battle for Life " before any visit to Yellowstone N.P.
Grand Teton National Park
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
Ashley National Forest
Dinosaur National Monument
Arches National Park
Capitol Reef National Park
Anasazi Indian Village State Park
Escalante State Park
Kodachrome Basin State Reservation
Bryce Canyon National Park
Dixie National Forest
Cedar Breaks National Monument
Zion National Park
Kalibab National Forest
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Grand Canyon National Park
Lake Mead National Recreation Area

"Words of Wisdom"

The benefit of hindsight. I would never try to do this road trip again in the time taken. Next time, I'd want a motor-home and a couple of months.
I would not advise you to do such a long haul in one go especially if it is your first trip to USA. Just too many Parks in one go.
I'd recommend a wider scope of interests. For example a mixture of parks, coastal places, major cities, theme parks, wine areas just in California for your first visit.
To see National Parks inland, I'd fly into & out of a suitable city (eg Salt Lake City) hire a car there and drop off at another city (eg Las Vegas). A great way to reduce the number of miles driven.

Happy Trails to You


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Address: 11 Miles North Of Moran Junct, Highway 89, Moran,