Grand Teton National Park, Colter Bay Campgrounds
Grand Tetons National Park
The park is
 just south of Yellowstone and is dominated by the 12,000 and 13, 000 foot peaks of the Teton Range.
The view from Colter Bay Campgrounds looks across the lake towards the mountains.
Colter Bay Village (Lodging)with 350 sites and a dump station is a centrally located park with great views

Thirteen peaks over ten thousand feet make a spectacular image reflected in the lakes. Glaciers cover parts of the mountains year round.
Grand Teton National Park' mountains have year round glaciers at the top due to the  12,000 and 13, 000 foot elevation of the Teton Range.
Grand Tetons National Park offers hiking trails,. backwoods camping and modern lodges
Colter Bay Village  on Jackson Lake offers 350 sites and a dump station.  The park is centrally located and has a sand beach and boat put in place with great views of the Teton Range.
Thirteen peaks over ten thousand feet make a spectacular image reflected in the lake. Glaciers cover parts of the mountains year round.
Grand Teton National Park is dominated by the 12,000 and 13, 000 foot peaks of the Teton Range.. Elk and deer roam the park with little fear of visitors.
Yellowstone National Park is to the north.  
Yellowstone Lake can be reached from Grand Teuton Colter Bay after an hour or so drive of 60 miles  
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Views from Colter Bay on Jackson Lake. The Grand Teton National Park campground  at Colter Bay offers 350 sites.
A combination of tent sites and pull thrus  with a dump station.  The park is located on the edge of the lake and has great views of the Grand Tetons and their year-round mantles of glacial ice.
Yellowstone National Park is to the north.  
Yellowstone Lake can be reached from Grand Teuton Colter Bay after an hour or so drive of 60 miles  
The View of The Grand Teton Range from Colter Bay Campground
Grand Teton National Park, Colter Bay Campground Views look across Jackson Lake towards the Teton Mountains.
Grand Teton National Park, Colter Bay Campgrounds Views of the  Teton Range
Grand Teton National Park views across Jackson lake from near Colter Bay Campgrounds
Grand Teton National Park, Colter Bay Campgrounds wildlife views.
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