Curtis Canyon Campground is a great place to camp if you want to be close to town but still off the beaten path. This wooded campground is located above the National Elk Refuge and a quick walk from your campsite will reward you with amazing views of the National Elk Refuge and the Teton mountain range. Hiking and horseback riding are all easy to acheive just minutes from the campground. There is one dumpster and food storage box abailable.
At a Glance
Campground is closed for the 2016 season. See you next year!
There are no reservations needed for this campground, all of the Bridger-Teton campgrounds are on a "First come, first served basis."
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Curtis Canyon Campground Overview and Layout:
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Curtis Canyon Campground Description:
Starting from the Town of Jackson, Wyoming, head towards West Broadway Avenue (US Highway 189) and continue East passing Cache Street for approximately 1 mile. At the end of West Broadway Avenue, turn left onto North Elk Refuge Road and continue on the road for approximately 3 miles, then make the first left turn to continue on National Elk Refuge Road 2240. After 1 mile, take the first road to the right to go onto Curtis Canyon Road for approximately 2.5 miles where you will see signage for Curtis Canyon Campground on the right.
Travel details from the Town of Jackson: 8 miles, 16 minutes (approximate estimates)