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Senior discount, Dark Skies, Observatory, Tallest Dune in N.A., definitely worth a night or two.
Our son was stationed at Mountain Home AFB and deployed in the Iraqi war, Enduring Freedom. We did not have the chance to visit as a result. While in Idaho, we swung by the base and then headed…
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Dunes are impressive and worth a hike. Virtually no shade in Eagles cove area. Wagon wheel is more shades. Super hot at time of visit- 101 F
Hot, windy, bugs...great kayaking! Bathrooms are clean. If you don't have ac...whew
Electric and water hook-up, there is only well currently for the whole area. Observation area still closed due to upcoming work. A 2nd will be added next year. No shade except what you bring.
The owner said they have had the park for about a year, and have made lots of improvements, but it still needs some work. The sites are confusing. We had site 17, but the water was so far I needed 2 hoses. The electric hook up was too far for my power cord, and I couldn’t reach the sewer hookups…
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Checked in late as the sun was setting. Just in time to get thru dinner as the Sand Dunes turned purple majesty. Free hot showers heated bathrooms and great views of the Dunes. Recommend the SW corner sites 31, unobstructed views
Trash...trash... trash... trash everywhere. I wanted to cry. Cleaned up what I could take back with me, but there was just so much I couldn't take it all. There's just a big stack of garbage by the bathrooms. Beautiful views, wildlife, trails, but humans have to ruin it of course.
The campground is not why you go here. The sites are very basic, sandy, close together however, if you like sightseeing and exploring this place is unique and interesting. The sand dune is huge and weird to see in the middle of this farmland. Not another one for hundreds of miles. That, and the…
Worth the fee in our opinion. Very clean, nice folks and not crowded.
Basic hookups and all amenities are close or on site
Simple campground with basic amenities. Very close to the lake and very good fishing!
Bruneau Dunes State Park is a hidden gem in Idaho just 20 min off I-84 in Idaho not far from Boise. There is a small field of sand dunes in the park and the largest dune is the largest active dune structure in NorthAmerica. A couple of lakes and ponds are also found at the base of the dunes. There…
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My first time in Idaho and talk about diversity and beauty. Bruneau Dunes is just another example of the variety of experiences to be had within this state! Windy, sunny and sandy best describes the whole park. The sand was a little toasty so I kept the dogs mostly in the shade. Sliding down the…
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Stayed here for one night. It was during the pandemic, so the showers were closed, which was a bummer. Other than that, it seems like a good place. The sites are big, level, and well manicured. A few sites have shade trees while others have covered picnic tables. We were just passing through,…
Its pretty close to the snake river, and at the trailhead of a non vehicle trail. Its after Celebration Park on Victory Ln, you drive around the park and it turns into a dirt road. BLM or County land I think. Not many folks here. Smells like horse droppings. Pretty rough terrain getting to the end.…
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