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TravelPod Member ReviewsVirginian Lodge Jackson
The sites are packed in like sardines, the staff is useless, the pool has no shade and is too deep for little kids to stand in, and the bathrooms are few and far between. A major disappointment.
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Travel Blogs from Jackson
Sad to be leaving this AWESOME park today - it was so much better than I ever imagined! Drove south via more fantastic scenery and once we left the Park we then entered another on - the Grand Teton National Park - more beautiful scenery.
Arrived in the ski resort town of Jackson Hole and what a nice town. Very busy too - we were …
... the Teton Pass with a trailer was really crazy. After seeing my brakes smoke... I now know. Never again. My knuckles will never be the same. However, we still arrived at the raft company 30 minutes early only to find out they are kind enough to wait for other people who are late. Which means we could have spent 2 more hours ...
... the scenery is constantly amazing with lots of varied trails to do. You can still see wildlife but this may not be as apparent or perhaps, exciting as the wildlife spots at yellowstone. However, yellowstone does have better scenery with far more rare wildlife and lots of opportunity to spot them. What did disappointed us slightly was the amount of driving you have to do to see everything. Additionally, the sheer size gives too many options for trails and, most of your time seems to ...
... thought she saw a baby bear on a huge rock very close and said, I'm out of here. Meeting up with a bear is very possible; Ruby tends to see bears when they are not there. Stewart informs her that she is not seeing bears and that they will avoid people... Ruby's bear mythology starts to dissipate the more time in the woods here. Stewart took some photos of a "Marmot". At one point we heard a chirping sound and tried to find ...
... some amazing landscapes. At one point we could see miles of flat green land on one side, and pine forests, a lake and mountains on the other.
There are signs everywhere telling you to be 'bear aware'. Real bears of course, not merely big hairy gay men. We didn't see any (real ones or gay ones) and we did backtrack on a hike at one point because we were without 'bear spray' and the signs ...