Once you arrive, the world opens and you have the beautiful, deep blue Slide Lake staring back at you. The hills are soft and rolling and filled with the Teton pines. There is an immaculately kept ranch for you to stare at and a fishing boat or two floating the lake to keep you amused.
But, pretty much to enjoy this place, just sit at your camp site and take it in. It’s quiet, peaceful and beautiful. There’s not much more you could ask for.
We camped at Site number 20 and we were ecstatic with our view. We have a 32-foot motorhome and it fit us just fine with room to spare.
If you are planning a visit to the Grand Teton National Park, pencil in a few days to stay at Atherton Creek Campground before heading to the park. You won’t regret it..