Open Year-round
Reservations possible?
RV Hookups
Potable water
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The Falls Campground is a campground run by the National Forest Service. This campground is part of the Shoshone National Forest and is located 25 miles northwest of Dubois, Wyoming right off U.S. Highway 26 which is convenient for travelers visiting Grand Teton National Park. The campground has 54 sites, the sites on Loop A have electric hookups with 30-amp service while the Loop B sites are non-electric. The electric sites are $20 a night and the non-electric sites are $15 a night. These campsites are not reservable. Several of the electric sites are pull throughs. Fees are collected from early June until mid-September. Outside of this time (before the snow flies) the Falls Campground remains open but there is no water or garbage collection; the vault toilets remain open.

Each site has a fire ring, a picnic table, and a bear-proof storage locker. The campground has many mature pines and fir tree which offer some privacy. Note that water available at the campground is for filling jugs and the like, not for filling RV water tanks. There is not a dump station at this campground. There is no cell phone service here. The campground is located at an elevation above 8000 feet which means it can get cool overnight. The campground does have hosts during the summer season.

A highlight of the campground is the overlooks of Brooks Lake Creek Falls. Viewing areas of this stunning waterfall are located just the east of the campsites on Loop A. There is also a short trail near the entrance to the campground that leads to the overlooks.

The national forest service webpage for the campground can be found here.


Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)



Rarely full

Parking Pass


Price per night (basic site)

15.00 $ (12.59 €)


Scenic waterfall nearby.


Traffic noise. No cell phone service.

Pets allowed

Allowed with Restrictions

Managed by

National Forest Service


Vault toilet
Big vistas
Potable water
Picnic tables
Near lake or river



Total number of sites


Lodging type


Maximum trailer length

32.00 ft (9.75 m)



It can be difficult to figure out how to pay, even using the directions on the board because the slot where you are supposed to drop your money can be hard to see at night.

Also, if you are rolling in at night there are a lot of camping spots that are easy to miss, ESPECIALLY if you are tent camping. These spots I did not see used at any point in my stay there.

Here is a video we did giving some tips to get the most out of your stay here, I can't recommend it highly enough!
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