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Reviewed 6 March 2008

After having stayed at Jenny Lake Campground for two previous nights we were hoping for a similar experience at either Tower or Slough Creek Campground. Once my wife found out that we would be much closer to indoor facilitates at the nearby (but not really walkable) Tower Fall store she requested we stay here. This campground is small, cramped, and topographically challenged. The sites are small and laid out on a sloping loop, with the entrance to the campground much lower than the far end of the loop. The tent pad was tiny. As you can see in our pictures we were using a backpacking tent for this trip that is not much bigger then 8'x4'. Some sites seemed a little bigger but they were taken when we arrived late morning. The same can be said for the parking spots. The only running water at the campground are outdoor hose faucets, the toilets are of the pit variety. While we knew all of this before selecting either of these campgrounds, the added bonus of a sink and flush toilet at Jenny Lake really does make a difference. We did drive down to the restrooms at the store to brush our teeth at night and enjoy flushing one last time.

We did enjoy the campfire bear talk we attended at the adjacent outdoor stage. We also saw two bucks one night on the hill nearby our site.

Considering that they only campgrounds in Tower vicinity are Tower and Slough Creek I would try the Slough Creek campground for its proximity to hiking and wildlife. I would stay here again though if my trip plans called for being in this area overnight.

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 February 2007

We stayed at this camp ground in a 30' RV last year. We loved the location. The campground is lovely. The camp attendants were very pleasant. The rangers do nightly programs in an outdoor amphitheater (at least they did nightly programs when we were there the end of June). The talks were very informative and highlighted the local wildlife, such as Rosie the Black Bear and her two cubs. Which we had the pleasure of seeing along the park roads. You can walk down to the Tower Fall General Store, often seeing deer grazing along the trail. LOVED IT, HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

  • Stayed: June 2006, travelled with family
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Reviewed 26 July 2016
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Room Tip: Wir waren mit unserem Platz (Nummer 3) recht zufrieden.
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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