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Good place to stop for the night.
Rolled in at 8:15pm, and out by 6:45am. Good, safe overnight stay.
The staff is very friendly and always working. The pool and store are nice. Looks like they are doing everything they can to make this KOA nice.
We drove 10 hours from Denver and didn’t know how late we’d be arriving, so we placed a reservation in advance using the KOA app. Check-in was quick. Our boys got to enjoy the pool before it closed for the evening. I’m the morning they offer FREE waffles, so after packing up the car, we enjoyed…
The weird - you exit by the fertilizer plant. 😬 Then drive through an RV and Boat storage facility. There might be no one here to greet you and the little office will still be open 🤣 With the AC running. The ice cream bin is plugged in and cold, but there is no ice cream.
The bad - it's a…
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An ok spot for a night. The bad: Playground very run down, had picnic table at our site that was cracked on the table part, sites very close together (no privacy), no access or view of the river, in a questionable part of town. The good: pool was open and there appeared to have laundry and free…
This is a small campsite nestled in a canyon in the Challis National Forest. There is access to a toilet across the road and there is a fire ring with a picnic table. We would go back there again.
Easy to get in and out of. Beautiful location and great host’s. The pool is old but very refreshing. You feel isolated but you’re close to town.
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Looking for electric site around Pocatello, ID due to extreme heat. Easily made a few day reservation for one of their 12 Pull Through, FHU sites. Adjacent to a large RV & Boat storage facility on one side and open area on the other. Turned out to be a good site to explore the local area for a…
Staff and grounds were amazing. Pool was perfect for kids. However, on a super hot week site A1 was not strong enough to get our AC running. We were so hot at night in our camper. 😕. Asked staff about it and they said they were aware and repairing it was going to be very costly but they really…
56 bucks for one night and it’s not that nice looking but it’s there and has hookups.
The place was perfect for me to camp one night and the people are really nice that work there. However bug spray is necessary and late at night a lot of homeless roam around the camp. There is also a train depot across from the park that is very loud.
Little space between sites, no room for picnics, no lights at night to walk to from facilities/casino
Campsites are a little close with no privacy and there are no sewer connections at the individual sites. There are two dump sites on the backside of the store. Pretty much gravel throughout with some grass at the smaller sites. Amenities: kids playground area with grass, a small fenced dog park,…
The park is attached to the local fair grounds. The sites are on plush thick grass. Very nice bath house. Each site has power and water. There is a dump station near by. The only negative is that the center row sites are very close to each other. $25.