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We arrived at this BLM site after dark snd no one else was anywhere in sight (it was mid-December and 20 degrees). We camped in our van by a point on the water on a undeveloped site. In the morning we saw we were across the water from a more developed site with a outhouse, trash bins and picnic table nearby. We had good cell phone coverage with both Verizon and AT&T. This site was a overnight fee of $5 but the fee depot box did not have a lid and had become a bird nest so we could not use it. I imagine this place being well used in warmer months. There are some interpretative trails that show old ruts from the Oregon Trail. Also a shooting range nearby but no one was there. As for wildlife we only saw a little bunny in the morning. The damned section of the Snake River was partially frozen.
Found this place when we were in desperate need of a last minute site. We pulled right in around midnight and set up. We put $5 in the cash box in the morning. The tent site area is nestled in the trees right next to the lakeshore. There is running water and compost toilets! Stunning view of the lake for sunrise. Would defiantly recommend
We had planned to stay here 2 nights but stayed one more. The sites are great. Spread out with lots of grass. It's right on the river with a great paved walking trail through an arboretum. Our dogs loved it. We were here in October 2020 so bathrooms were closed due to COVID and because it was off season there was no park host do no wifi code. No other amenities (which is fine, we didn't need anything). The cost was very affordable with good Sam membership (24.30 per night). They had pull through sites in the middle and back in sites on the edges. Each side had utilities on opposite sides. We would definitely stay here again when passing through southern Idaho.
We stayed at Miracle as Banbury was fully booked for RVs sites. However, it was great to be steps away from the river.
No sewage but had electric and water (that leaked; rented spot 4 that many ppl thought was a drive through lane).
No one in their hot springs (including staff) were wearing masks or setting suicidal distant rules. No Verizon reception until you drive up the hill a little bit. Oh, and you'll have a great breeze of manure all day long.
If you don’t have a new rig don’t waste your time here. Ungrateful and money hungry group, owners are in Reno and staff are pawns. Literally watched them kick an active duty military member off there property because he and his kids were in a converted school bus.
Pass on this place
Picabo Angler Silver Creek RV Park is an open 5 acre field set in the center of a quiet farming valley. There are no "camp sites" just a gravel road running around the field. Find a spot you like and park. It has a small creek running along the edge. There is a single pit toilet. We stayed here 9/28/2020. ￼ We saw two moose on the way in and had coyotes serenade us at night.￼ we only stayed here because it was getting late and needed some place to park our truck camper for the night. Would not make this a destiination.