Alpine Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide
"The Continental Divide separates Pacific Ocean runoff from Atlantic Ocean runoff here in the waterways. Cutthroat trout entice anglers from deep pools, while rafters are dared by the sections of raging whitewater rapids. Cool, crisp, fresh air awaits campers, while echoes of river rapids and whispering pines hitch a ride on the breezes. Campers on their way to nearby Jackson Hole find that campgrounds along the main thoroughfares fill quickly and tend to be full of activity, and many along the Snake River share facilities with raft access.
For those who prefer a more relaxed pace, the less-visited “out-of-the-way” campgrounds would be best. You don’t need to travel far to sense isolation. Many of the camping areas along the less-traveled gravel roads appear to have been forgotten by time and management. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Alpine, Little Cottonwood, Station Creek, East Table Creek, Elbow, Cabin Creek, Bridge, Lynx Creek, Murphy Creek, Moose Flat, Forest Park, Swift Creek, Cottonwood Lake, Allred Flat."