Camp at Curtis Canyon Campgrond

Teton County, Wyoming


Added by Chris Engelsman

Curtis Canyon Campground has epic views of the Tetons a short walk away and is located a couple of miles from downtown Jackson, Wyoming.

Enjoy a leisurely drive through the National Elk Refuge as you leave Jackson, Wyoming for Curtis Canyon Campground. A short walk from the campground provides epic views of the Teton Range and the National Elk Refuge. Pour a cup of coffee and enjoy!

Curtis Canyon Campground is part of the Bridger-Teton National Forest and has 12 campsites. They don't accept reservations and its first-come-first-served. Fees are $15 per night for a single unit with a $7 fee for a 2nd vehicle and they don't allow more than 2 vehicles per site. The campground has two vault toilets and potable water and is open mid-May through late September. Curtis Canyon Campground is located in bear territory, so please keep your food in the car, or use their bear boxes. 


If the campground is full, they do allow dispersed camping past the campground, but only in designated spots. 

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