This was my first trip to Swan Valley and the Palisades area. My husband and I visited in July 2015 for his family reunion. Our stay was delightful. We loved meeting Tom and Naoma who run Palisades Cabins and RV Park. They are most gracious hosts.
The cabins were adorable. They are extremely clean and well-maintained. The "log cabin" design is totally charming and we loved the log bed frames. I felt at home but far away from my regular big city life.
Personally, I loved the LARGE, FLUFFY towels in our room. The bed was comfortable. Night came early even in summer due to the close proximity of the mountains. The air was cool and crisp and I slept deeply each night. It was total bliss to enjoy a hot cup of morning coffee as we sat outside on the comfortable Adirondack chairs and then took a refreshing walk to watch the fisherman launch their boats on the nearby Snake River landing.
After a fun-filled day of hiking with our extended family, we took a short drive to Jackson Hole along the scenic Snake River. Viewing the Teton mountain range took my breath away and we enjoyed a romantic dinner before driving back in the moonlight to our mountain resort cabin.
Our only regret was having to leave so soon. We promised Tom and Naoma we would be back! ~ AnnMarie
Beautiful small, quiet park right on the river. We will definitely come back here if in the area again. ~ Valerie Davis (Jul 17, 2017)
We had a wonderful time at the Palisades RV park. It was quiet, friendly, and very well maintained. We had plenty of room for all 3 of our slides and the price was right. Naomi, the manager, is very sweet, knows her job well and was very helpful making our reservations. Would highly recommend this park. ~ Vickie Taylor (Jul 23, 2017)
Great stay here. Only thing would make it better would be a hot tub. ~ Gary King (Jul 30, 2017)
Very clean facility and friendly staff. A practical location with woody sites close to the river. Will visit again when in the area. The gas station/convenience store near by was very clean and handy in the morning. ~ Christine MINORET-EWALD (Jul 30, 2017)