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This was our first stay in an RV park. The roads getting in and out of the park were a bit curvy and narrow but we’re not a problem. You drive down into a small canyon with a little creek running through it. Lots of trees grass and picnic tables. Very clean and well maintained.
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We stayed at Silver Creek West when we were unable to get a campsite at Craters of the Moon. Silver Creek is a disperse camping area as no established sites are in the area, but their are several rock fire rings in the area. The site does have a vault toiler. Camping is free. Plenty of flat…
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What could be more cool than sleeping in the bottom of a volcano. That is what you can do on the Crater of the Moon National Monument's Wilderness Trail. Sleep in the bottom of Echo Crater. To backpack and camp in the wilderness area requires a free backcountry permit. It is a little more than…
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Unlike anywhere else to camp! Amazing stars, easy access to trails and beautiful volcanic landscapes. My only complaint is the lack of privacy and sound carries a little too well so hopefully you’ll have respectful neighbors. We moved sites when more people left-Very little trees and rock piles…
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We camped our RV here in mid September. Weather was pleasant, staffs friendly, good wifi connection. Clean grounds. No traffic noise. Close to freeway.
This is not a fancy campground but a solid place to set up a fish camp next to Silver Creek. The entire area was clean and the placement of the campers that were already there were fairly dispersed. There is a single pit toilet available but really no other amenities.
I was able to connect…
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First really nice location …camping right on the Snake river with your own boat dock. But facilities look like they haven’t been updated in 40 years.￼
It does have an indoor pool but you pay extra to use the pool.
Has REALLY old bathrooms and showers. The facilities are located kind of far from…
Looks like it was going to be a bust but pleasantly surprised. Very nice and green . Large trees through out.
Easy pull in/out. Picnic areas. Bathrooms were clean. Don't camp on the grass, you will get wet! Sprinklers come on during the night. Easy walk up to balanced rock.
Road noise is minimal depending on where you are in the RV park. Love the amenities for everyone (playground, dog parks, pool, mini golf, etc). Full hook ups available. $45 w/KOA membership (10% off), pull-through, full hook-ups. Would stay again. Very friendly and helpful family who run it. Only…
Not somewhere you want to spend too much time. Unfortunately if you need to be near family in town that you’re visiting this is the better option.
This experience is a must! The campsite is in the lava fields. Like amongst piles of volcanic rock and mounds of lava flows. It’s unreal! If you like rocks, plan to stay a few days. We almost went back after we left!
The campsites are in a volcanic desert setting and no.place to be in hot weather but if it's cool they are some of the nicest in the NP system, mostly paved pull throughs with water close by. Lots of hiking opportunities in the park for the athleticly fit and a nine mile auto touring trail for the…
Stayed here on our way up to Boise. The campsite was convenient for us because it was close to the freeway. On the flip side that comes with vehicle traffic noise. There were places for both RV’s/campers and tents. The place was clean, well kept up and had tons of amenities including flushing…
An unusual venue to be camped in the middle of a lava flow. But in its own particular way beautiful, especially in the early mornings and dusk.