Traveling as two couples, we stayed in a 2 bedroom / 1 bath cabin. Cabins are definitely rustic. What you would expect when staying in a campground. The price was a bit steep given the rustic accommodations, but that is to be expected given that they are located in the National Park.
Upon arrival we were informed that all of the restaurants had already closed and that the gift shop / grocery store would be closing the next day at the end of the day. Given the number of vehicles we saw, it was obvious that the cabins were mostly occupied. Therefore, you would think that the restaurants and shops would remain open to provide services to the paying guests. Especially when the overnight rate is the same whether you stay at the end of the season (like we did) or a the height of the summer (July/August). The rate should have been reduced given the lack of available services.
As others have noted, there was virtually no water in Jackson Lake.
The description on the website for Colter Bay Village included: that the mountain cabins are located on a beautiful lake; that there is a museum (was closed), lake cruises, guided fishing trips and canoe rentals. None of which were available, yet we were charged the full rate. If the guest services are going to be closed and the lake is bone dry, then the rate should be heavily discounted... at least 20%.
We were fine with the cabin itself... but, were disappointed with the lack of services and the false advertising...
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