The Big Eddie | Informal Campsite

United States

Details

Verified:
14 days ago
Altitude:
1818.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
highfish

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Free campground with tables. Plenty of space for about 15 rigs.

Solid Verizon service and plenty of space for doggies to roam and play on river. Nice views of the Tetons.

Be aware: moose frequent the area and coyote packs too close for comfort at night.

Popular area for day use. Would come again!

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Good spot but LOTS of off-leash dogs and owners that don’t pay attention, which me and my cat did not love. Definitely made our stay here much less than ideal. Great ATT service, close to Driggs and not far from Teton. But if you or you kids/pets don’t like dogs running up to your campsite, I would not risk it.

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Solid place. Enough space for like 10 rigs. Could definitely take a camper down here as the dirt road isn't rough at all. Has bathrooms but only water source is the river. Which as of today (6/14) is very high so be careful coming here if it has rained alot lately

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Great spot! Put toilets and great Verizon service

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Pretty cool site , great mnt view. Pretty crowded on a Sunday night. There’s like 7 formal spots but I bet you could fit least 15-20 rigs. Campground is just on a grassy field

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Beautiful view of the Teton range. Good cell reception (Verizon and AT&T). Kind of crowded but still quiet.

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Gorgeous spot, but lots of people! Great views and a few fire pits

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We’ve stayed here several nights and will be back. An awning is helpful in warmer days

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Quiet, free campground right by a river. Firepits, but bring your own wood. They have toilets. Concrete tables and benches.
DO NOT TAKE THE ROAD THAT GOOGLE MAPS SHOWS YOU! It will tell you to turn on N 5000, then N5250. This road is practically impassable. Just continue straight and take the third right turn (maps will change to the correct road once you pass the first turn). You'll have a nice gravel road instead of huge holes and uneven road.

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not accessible in Winter. we got 3/4 of a mile from it, but the road wasn't plowed. it was a little packed from skis and snowmobiles, but we didn't want to get stuck. pretty area and nice views though.

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The Big Eddie

Nice place for a night or two. It was really busy when we pulled in on a Wed night. This is also a spot for kayak and SUP drop off and pick up so super busy during the day.

Plenty of room for doggies to roam and play on the river. Be aware, heard howling coyotes really, really close to us and there were Moose frequenting the area. Super pretty spot!

Solid Verizon service and clean pit toilets.

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a little bumpy getting in, but great views, river access, and free! vault toilets were clean, too.

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Beautiful river and open field camping. Some of the less fortunate locals may be using this spot for short term living. Many Mosquitos.

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Free campground with tables.
The road from north direction is better than from south. From south is around 3km bad road, but no problem for an offroad car.

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