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Hidden just off the main road, this lovely park and RV campground is completely unexpected. Don’t let the industrial feel of the initial area scare you off, down the hill you’ll find a park in the gorge! The Rock Creek winds through the park past picnic tables and covered gathering areas. There are two playgrounds, multiple shelters, a handicapped accessible fishing pier, and biking/walking path. The RV park is open April 1-Nov 1 for campers only, no tents. Sites are gravel but level and there’s water and electric at each site. There is no dump onsite, but Twin Falls has a free one a mile away, so as long as you plan accordingly, you should be fine! Cost in 2020 was $20 per night, cash or check only. We had exceptional service for both Verizon and AT&T. Be sure to check out the waterfalls just outside of town when you visit! Both Shoshone Falls and Perrine Coulee falls are less than 15 minutes from the park!
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.
OVERVIEW: The RV park is part of the county park- beautiful walking/bike path with the creek flowing through. Our back in site was nearby our neighbors, but felt spacious because it's an end site directly across from the camp host. Easy to navigate the concreted roads and the space was easy to back in to.
Hard to beat $20 for W&E hookups. It's a quiet campground. Trashcans all around the park conveniently. The area as you drive up seems a bit run down, but as soon as you get into the park, it's great.
There is a free public dump station 1 mile away in town since there is not a dump station on site.
The park has unisex toilets around the grounds that are vault toilets so nothing fancy. Picnic tables, lots of green space around and the trail goes for at least 2 miles round trip.
CELL SERVICE: We work remote- We used out AT&T hotspot and had an awesome connection. Reliable for video calls all week. Gradely harshly, giving 4 out 5, only because they don't have wifi and also ideally would have been nice to have sanitizer(especially this year) in the bathrooms. Everything was was lovely.
GUEST SERVICES: Camphost was super friendly. We came in around 8:30pm on a Monday night with fingers crossed we would find a spot.. and we did with no problem. If it looks full as you enter, keep going past the camphost and you will find the pull thru options. The camp host came over on his gator and shined his lights to help us as we set up. He was very kind.
NEARBY: Close to downtown Twin Falls with some cute coffee shops and breweries. Also about 50 mins away there is a place called Mammoth Cave that might be the most interesting cave experience you ever experience. I highly encourage it.
I pull up to the site only because navigation told me to turn. Thought it was a mistake until I saw the unlit sign of the park (came at 8pm). Then you go into a pitch black unpaved road down a step hill. You need to pass the first group of RVs, then you'll see the envelopes to pay your $20/nt. I suppose we we fortunate because there were only 2 sites available.
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
We stayed at the Miracle Hot Springs resort which is the secondary resort on the other side of the road from Banbury due to needing a pull through. The Hot Springs were great with multiple pools and also private pools if you would like. The market just sells a couple candy and ice cream type foods which is good for the kids.
Keep in mind, Dyrt is incorrect for Miracle - NO WIfi or cell service in park, which I didn't mind, just was not prepared for. The showers are at the Pool, not the campground and do not have any curtains, just make sure your stuff is spread out so no one peaks around the wall at you and you should be fine. We had privacy at the park which was nice.
I would not come again to this location, but if you are looking for a simple stay with inexpensive access to Hot Springs then this is perfect place to visit.
The place is beautiful and you have a hiking trail through the canyon and the balance rock is 5 min by car. Thegood: It’s free, has water, trash cans, and bathroom pits, roofed picnic tables, fire grills, fire rings. Can stay 7 days, tent on grass only Thursday through Sunday (sprinkles during the week), camp near the river, kayak, fishing… The bad: limited space, flies are something out of this world (seriously, they won’t let you do anything outside), very windy because of the canyon walls, no service not even with boosters, fish tiny and bony.