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2015 KOA Directory

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233 Visit koa.com 26 287 DUBOIS Jackson Riverton Street Conoco Station Grand Teton National Park Yellowstone National Park ® GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK AREA 9 Jackson Hole/Snake River Welcome to Jackson Hole/Snake River KOA, gateway to an outdoor paradise that includes Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, Bridger-Teton National Forest and the Snake and Hoback rivers. This mountain campground on the banks of the Snake River features RV and tent sites shaded by aspens, cotton- woods and giant spruce trees. Camping Cabins overlook Snake River, with tent sites along Horse Creek and the Snake. Deluxe Cabins of er bathrooms, kitchenettes and DIRECTV. (Some Deluxe Cabins overlook the creek, and all have a two-day minimum stay.) Enjoy guided whitewater rafting or scenic fl oat trips (10% discount when you stay at KOA). Rent a tube for the whole day and fl oat down to KOA. Relax on KOA's "Snake River Beach" and read a book or play in the river. Area activities include fi shing the Snake, horseback riding just across the street, hiking and soaking in Granite Hot Springs. Open April 15–Oct. 15 (dependent on snow conditions). Located 12 mi S of Jackson on Hwys 191, 26 and 89. 1 mi N of Hoback Junction. 8 Greybull Adventure and activities abound in Greybull, where you are sure to fi nd something for everyone in the family. Located in north central Wyoming, Greybull is surrounded by forests, mountains and rivers. Nearby, Bighorn National Forest (80 miles long and 30 miles wide) includes more than 1,500 miles of trails. Enjoy world-class views of the scenic Big Horn Mountains. Colorful rock formations are exposed at Devil's Kitchen, located fi ve miles from Greybull. Be sure to stop by the Medicine Lodge Archaeological Site (about 40 miles from Greybull), which features petroglyphs and pictographs on clif walls. Don't miss the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite. After spending the day visiting Cody with other tourists, escape back to the quiet Greybull KOA. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 75 ft. Your hosts: Cor and MaRia Bijvank. 4 blocks north of Hwy 14 or 4 blocks east of Hwy 16/20. April 14 — October 30 koa.com/camp/greybull RESERVATIONS 800-562-7508 • INFO 800-562-7508 399 North 2nd Street, Greybull, WY 82426 GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK AREA 7 Dubois/Wind River Find your destination campsite nestled along the Big Wind River in a beautiful valley between the Wind River and Absaroka ranges. You'll be in the heart of Dubois, a rustic western town. It's just a 50-mile drive over the scenic byway to Grand Teton National Park, and then another 25 miles north to the south gate of Yellowstone National Park. Enjoy mountain camping at its best, with all the conveniences of town. Spend a day trout fi shing out your front door or relaxing in the evening around a campfi re. This KOA is big rig friendly and of ers full hookups with cable, Cabins, a playground, an indoor heated pool, a game room, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi and a convenience store. Attend the rodeo on Friday nights and square dancing on Tuesday nights. Pool: Memorial Wknd– Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 120 ft. Your hosts: Rick and Barbara Collignon. Located in the heart of Dubois. Take Hwy 26/287 into town, turn south on Riverton St at the Conoco station and go one block. Look for the largest elk in the Rockies. May 15 — September 28 koa.com/camp/dubois RESERVATIONS 800-562-0806 • INFO 307-455-2238 225 Welty Street, Dubois, WY 82513 Wyoming 14 Worland Yellowstone Park 4th Ave. N. Greybull Ave. N. 6th St. & Hwys. 14-16-20 Right after crossing bridge 2nd St. Sheridan ® B i g H o r n R i v e r 26 89 187 189 26 287 22 Hoback Jct. Jackson Moran Jackson Lake Grand Teton Nat l Park ® April 15 — October 15 koa.com/camp/jackson-hole RESERVATIONS 800-562-1878 INFO 307-733-7078 9705 South Highway 89 Jackson, WY 83001 Yellowstone Grand Teton

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