- Feb 5, 2004
My DH, two daughters and I are thinking about a vacation in August of 2007 that would either encompass Wyoming and visiting Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park or Colorado and seeing Rocky Moutain National Park. This past summer we went to Sedona and loved it for its hiking trails, scenery, shopping and restaurants. I probably won''t stay in any of the parks as we don''t really like that kind of lodging. So we''re going to try to find perhaps a "resort" type town near to whichever park we decide to visit. Has anyone ever been to any of those parks and have any feeling as to whether they like the two in Wyoming or Rocky Mountain National Park in Colo. better? If we go to Wyoming, we''ll probably stay in Jackson Hole to visit the Garnd Tetons and then possibly move to see Yellowstone. I''m sure all three parks are beautiful. Just not sure which state to pick. Any feelings? Thanks.