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Close to Ketchum, right off the highway. Nice sites. Quiet at night when traffic dies down.
We got here about 3:30 on a Friday and we got the last spot. They have a lot , but we’re full. The lady at the gate was very nice. It cost $36 for us since we were from out of town. The sites are very nice. Long paved with water and electric on one side and the pick-nik table behind us. It has 1…
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This would have been a better visit if we wouldn’t have stayed in dry lot 2. Dry lots 1 and 2 are in the restaurant/winery parking lot with not much room to sit outside. Next time we will stay in hookup area. It’s got grass and places to sit outside. We paid for two nights, but we only stayed one.
A lot of trees are dead or gone. The office person has never heard of The Dyrt app, so no discount. 30 amp electric & water for 39 a night. Think it's on it's way down. Hope they prove me wrong. Oh! It is nestled between the freeway & the railroad tracks. Quaint.
We called on our way east from Boise an hour before they closed and they were super pleasant. We were able to grab a 30amp spot since it was hot outside and we had our pets. It was very affordable for power only ($20 in 7/21) and they were apologetic that they didn’t have a full service hookup for…
Found a nice free site near the SNRA Guard Station just north of Ketchum off Hwy 75. Private area near the Big Wood River. 3 or 4 sites with fire rings.
This was a great spot to park and camp on our way through. River for a dog swim and multiple spots. Only complaint was it was hard to spot the entrance at night.
i loved my campsite on the water….got afternoon shade. nice wifi signal. i am surprised that they don’t offer showers or running water, since it is available in abundance. i think it is silly that you have to pay extra for the pool. this place is great but overpriced
Alturas Lake Inlet campground is tucked into the lovely, shady forest around it. We saw plenty of birds, chipmunks and tiny wildflowers were all over our site in early July. The lake is a short walk but some campers drove over just to make it easier to tote their chairs and water gear. Bring layers…
FYI must be booked through hipcamp The camping spots were spacious. The sunset views were very pretty. There is 1 spot with electric and water hookup if your rig needs that. They do have a mud room for showers and bathroom for set hours - although it never seemed to be open during those hours.…
It has been a long time since I have been there. Not a lot of amminites then. Best scenery and lots of tent sites away from crowds. Will go back again.
Close to Stanley, great site managers, and nearby lakes/trails make this a great place for all campers! (Our rig was 33ft class A)
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The staff is outstanding, the facility is clean and attractive, the prices are reasonable. We will definitely be back.
When I arrived, the place is a smallish cute rv park. I went to dinner and came back and the whole park smelled like sewage. The office was closed, so I couldn’t ask if it was there dump tank or another source. Nonetheless, it smelled horrible.
Primitive campsites along the Salmon River. There was road noise from the nearby highway but otherwise it was quiet. I saw people fishing so I assume it's good for that. The river is great for rinsing off as well. Beautiful views, close to Stanley for essentials.