No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Virginian Lodge Jackson
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 …
... wouldn't steal them as they were too slow and they were cheap. Everyone walks the 2000 miles (the wagon is full of supplies), sleeps on the ground or under the wagon in rain and snow. They tried to follow the rivers - 18% died on the way. Going over the plains they covered 18-20 miles per day and over the mountains only 8-12 miles. We were seated in simulator wagons and as we bounced around over rock and dale the story unfolded. We got out to ...
... in awe of the natural beauty around you. Jeff and Andrew took a little swim in Jenny lake after the hiking.
We had an adjustment in our schedule as we were heading to Yellowstone. There was an accident at the north entrance and they rerouted traffic. We hung out at Colter Bay for a bit but decided to go back to Jackson and go around to the West entrance. We stopped for dinner in Jackson. They were estimating it could be 3-4 ...
... it! It was epic! The language was salty and loud! We were all screaming at this particularly imbecilic individual trying to pull out and further secure our fate in causing a hellacious log jam! Friendly other visitors joined in the screaming and traffic direction! Laughing ensued quickly after becoming free from the mess we were stuck in and off to look at more beauty.
Ryan: he is the only one to not really contribute as of yet. Stay tune for his, sure to be great contribution.
Continuing on the road to the Grand Teton's we were fortunate to spot two moose grazing closely alongside the road. Yea! And as we entered further into the park we spotted three more!
Then we came upon a big bison that just wanted to cross the road. He looked straight at us and aimlessly left his pals on the right side of the road to join his friends on the left side! ...