Signal Mountain Campground

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Trailer

Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.

Other

All other types of drivable vehicles.

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When you book an RV in Teton County, it's all about enjoying nature; everywhere you look, there are spectacular peaks, shimmering lakes, and a bevy of wildlife to appreciate. Grand Teton National Park occupies most of the county, and Yellowstone National Park sits just north of it to create a nearly 4,000-square-mile protected area, and that’s not even counting the massive expanse of national forest that surrounds the two; Wyoming is truly one of the wildest places in the Lower 48. Thankfully, you don’t need to be a modern-day Grizzly Adams to camp there, as there are quite a few campsites with basic amenities that are sure to please anyone renting an RV.

Signal Mountain is one of the more developed campgrounds inside Grand Teton National Park, with flush toilets, dump stations, fire rings, and picnics tables. You still won’t have any hookups for your RV rental, but as long as you carry enough water and fuel, it won’t feel like you’re completely roughing it. The nearby Signal Mountain Lodge also has public showers and laundry facilities.

Since you’ll be camping with an RV far from any kind of amenities (the campground is inside a national park after all), it’s important to plan your trip carefully. Truck stops are practically non-existent in the Jackson Hole Valley, but the closet thing to it will be the large convenience store/gas stations just outside the town of Jackson on Highway 191. Gas is also sold inside the park at the Jackson Lake Lodge and Moose Junction. You’ll find some basic groceries near these service stations, but it’s better to buy at the supermarkets in Jackson if you’re picking up ingredients for a meal and not just snacks.

The Great Outdoors

Given that the RV campground is located in the middle of Grand Teton National Park, it only makes sense that you’d spend the bulk of your time exploring its many lakes, canyons, and high peaks.
If you’re interested in getting out on the water when you rent a motorhome near Signal Mountain Campground, there are several exciting options to choose from. One is to float the Snake River, which looks easy at first glance, as there are no whitewater sections within the park. However, the glassy waters are challenging to navigate, and logjams can necessitate a portage at any time. For something less complicated, rent a kayak and paddle around Jenny Lake or Jackson Lake; the fishing is fantastic and the scenery unbeatable.

While Jackson Hole Resort gets all the publicity from visiting skiers and snowboarders, Snow King Resort is a hidden gem and clearly the favorite ski hill among locals. Its trails drop into the middle of downtown Jackson, and it’s just a few minutes from the hill to all the town’s great bars and restaurants. Fortunately, Snow King has plenty of summer activities to enjoy when you get a campsite near Jackson. The treetop adventure park, with its rope ladders and zip lines, is one of the more popular options at the hill. More adventurous tourists should take the opportunity to paraglide the scenic Jackson Hole Valley. Affordable tandem jumps allow newbies to take to the sky and enjoy the spectacular scenery from a birds-eye perspective.

Those up for a short road trip with their rental RV should make the 90-minute journey up to Yellowstone National Park. The park’s unique geothermal features are seen almost nowhere else in the world, and hiking amongst the geysers and mud pots is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Additionally, no trip to Yellowstone would be complete without encountering a few of the park’s resident bison, which can regularly be seen strolling along the park’s roads and through the parking areas.

Exploring the City

When you rent a camper near Signal Mountain Campground, your nearest option for urban amenities will be the wondrous ski town of Jackson. Populated with trendy stores, exquisite art galleries, and dining fit for a large metropolitan area, Jackson is definitely one of the most exciting places you could visit on your RV camping adventure. For an eclectic introduction to the town, check out the Saturday farmer’s market near the intersection of East Broadway Avenue and Highway 191, where you’ll find all sorts of fresh produce, crafts, and delicious treats to enjoy while you shop.

Lovers of Western art will surely want to hit up the National Museum of Wildlife Art, just outside Jackson on Highway 191. Driving by, there’s a good chance you’d miss it if it weren’t for a helpful sign, as the building itself is designed to look like a rock outcropping that blends in with the surrounding hills. Inside the museum, you’re treated to spectacular paintings and statues depicting the wildlife endemic to the Jackson Hole Valley: moose, eagles, bears, and of course, the elk that make their home on the nearby national refuge.

If you love the Old West, be sure to get a seat at the town square around 6 pm, which is when the Jackson Hole Shootout occurs each evening during the summer. Local theater actors put on the show in full Western costume, and while it might seem a little kitschy, it’s an entertaining event that brings the whole community together.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Signal Mountain Trail, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Lunch Tree Hill Trail, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Lookout Rock Trail, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Emma Matilda Lake Trail, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Christian Pond Trail, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Oxbow Bend Overlook, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Grand View Point Trail, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Swan Lake and Heron Pond Trail, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Hermitage Point Trail Loop, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY
  • Willow Flats Trail, WYGrand Teton National Park, WY

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