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We pulled in after the ranger station was closed. The campground was full, but we had a reservation, which was posted on the window of the ranger station with another two dozen reservations. The campgrounds are big, but there were a lot of people there....More
We were in Loop B for three nights. The bathrooms were unusually clean for a campground. There really isn't privacy between campsites but our site was roomy and backed up to the forest. The kids had tons of fun exploring close enough where we could...More
700 campsites. 2 clerks to check in. Takes forever. They have an endless checklist of items they must brief you on. Give me a break. It's a campground. End Xanterra and bring back the national forest service.
Grant Village had a great pitch for camping! It has toilets that don't require you to take a dump in a hole, and they're clean and fine. No hot water though!
Grant Village has a store that has all you'll need. There's a gas station...More
We stayed at Grant for 5 nights in early July. I was nervous after camping at Yellowstone 20 years ago in a tiny tent about 10 feet from a huge RV with a barking dog. This was much, much better. The campground is nestled in...More
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Some of them had good selections of fresh vegetables, bread, and dairy products. The best selection was at Canyon, but Grant Village had a few things too. Depending on how you travel there, you could also stop in Casper... More
Some of them had good selections of fresh vegetables, bread, and dairy products. The best selection was at Canyon, but Grant Village had a few things too. Depending on how you travel there, you could also stop in Casper, Jackson or some of the other towns in Wyoming. you might find it a good idea to just bring a couple of coolers if you have space in your vehicle.
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"B65 was roomy and close to the entrance, lake, and bathroom (without being bothered by foot traffic)"