Camping in the Colter Bay Village Campground is the perfect family fun experience of a lifetime.  Ban your cell phones, and tell stories around the campfire.  Roast your marshmellows and play in Jackson Lake.  You will go home with tall tales from the perfect getaway.

The Colter Bay Village Campground offers camping for tents and dry camping for RVs. Campsites include 335 individual campsites (160 tent spots with tent pads), 11 large group campsites (by reservation only), 13 electric sites, and ADA-accessible hookups.

All sites have picnic tables and fire rings. Bear boxes are available for most tent sites. We have 22 restrooms with running water and flush toilets. Showers are available for an additional fee at the Colter Bay Village Launderette.

All individual campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Advance reservations are only taken for group sites. Sites fill between noon and 3pm from mid June to late August.

Group campsites are available for groups of 10 or more, and mainly accommodate tent camping.  Group sites can be reserved in advance starting on January 2nd of each year.  Please note, group sites are fully booked during the August 2017 eclipse.

2017 Dates: May 25 - October 1


2017 Rates:

  • $26 per night for campers with vehicles for individual sites or

  • $13 per night for Golden Age or Golden Access Passport campers


  • $52 per night for ADA/Electric RV Sites or

  • $41 per night for ADA/Electric RV Sites for Golden Age or Golden Access Passport - Please note these are first come first serve sites as well.


  • $30 non-refundable booking fee for Group Sites and $9 per person per night or $4.50 for Golden Age or Golden Access Passport


  • $12 per night Hikers/Bicyclists sites or

  • $6 per night with Golden Age or Golden Access Passport


* All applicable utility fees are include in the rates above.


Please note: Maximum allowed occupancy per site is two tents, two vehicles, and six guests. (For reference, 2 motorcycles = 1 vehicle, RV = 2 vehicles, trailer = 1 vehicle)