We chose a cabin at this site in lieu of a hotel in Jackson or Jackson Hole, thinking it would be more pleasant and despite the 25+ mile drive to Grand Teton Park. It has a double bed, 2 bunk beds, bathroom with shower, and a kitchenette and is furnished with linens, cookware, and tableware. The site is close to the Snake River and directly on a tributary, its only positive feature. The cabins are about 4 feet apart and one must walk between them, past roaring air conditioners to to get to the front door. They are close to the highway and subject to traffic noise day and night. The kitchenette has a microwave oven but no stove or sink (although there is a BBQ on the porch.) You have to clear toiletries from the bathroom to prepare dinner or wash dishes and water is not available if someone's in the bathroom. An information sheet in the cabin informed us that we would be billed for any missing tableware. When an inventory showed items missing, all but one were not replaced, but we were assured that we wouldn't be billed. The same sheet said we would be billed $20 if the dishes weren't cleaned and the trash emptied. The advertised Wi-Fi was essentially non-functional. Most of the time we couldn't connect with either Windows or Apple devices. When we could connect, we were thrown off frequently. We decided to leave a day early based on the Wi-Fi problems but the manager denied us a refund, calling us complainers and stating that his camp was for vacation, not internet work. We could have booked a hotel room in Jackson Hole, 15 miles closer to the park, for about $150 per night (albeit without kitchenette) with linen service and daily room cleaning.
Clean park and helpful staff. Close to the entrance to Bryce Canyon Park. Shuttle and tour buses available on a regular schedule directly in front of the RV park. Comprehensive facilities, including restaurants, grocery store, camping equipment store, gift shop. The history of Ruby's is a great story as well.