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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 camped our RV here in mid September. Weather was pleasant, staffs friendly, good wifi connection. Clean grounds. No traffic noise. Close to freeway.
Looks like it was going to be a bust but pleasantly surprised. Very nice and green . Large trees through out.
We only have one night here but what an amazing day. Huge assist to the perfect weather and lack of wildfire smoke, but the landscape of granite towers and ridges is a a nearly endless playground for all abled bodies to climb and explore. My kid brought her Bam Bam Flintstone and fit right in. Each…
This is a typical BLM site. Be prepared with everything you might need. There is a vault toilet and people have thrown trash down it, so don’t be those people. It’s about 6.5 miles off of a paved road in a well maintained gravel road if you follow the GPS directions in the dark. Otherwise. It’s a…
We followed our RV GPS right to Heyburn Riverside RV Park. We could see the campground (CG) as we got there and pulled right around by the camp host sites and were checked in. The very nice gentleman went over the CG’s few rules (main rule was go 5 MPH) and then escorted us to pull through site 15…
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This was a solid standard USFS campsite in Sawtooth NF southeast of Twin falls Idaho. A handful of first come first serve sites, and a nice ~2 mile loop trail starts at the campsite.
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Basic forest service campsite with only a handful of regular sites. Trash, water and pit toilets. Seemed there was an old baseball diamond and horseshoes setup way back in the day. We ended up camping the next night at one of the other forest service sites another mile or two up the road, which…
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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.
We had a quiet campground nestled in the trees. Just a short walk away brings you to incredible views and cool rock formations. There is an outhouse but no running water and it’s a trash in/trash out campsite. We loved our stay and got great pictures.
This was a very pretty, high desert site with view of the water. Only 7 miles off the highway. Perfect sleeping weather.
I wish they could make this a full time RV Park. Great place to walk your dogs. Coming from Arizona, i was amazed with all the different types of trees and grass. Grass all over.
I spent 2 days/nights in a 27’ camper. My original site was to small even though it was rated to fit my camper. The camp host came over and switched me without being asked and was very helpful. The landscape is beautiful and the park is large. There is no swimming in the river which was a…
We found this site on the Dyrt in looking for a stopover between Park city Utah and Boise Idaho.￼ Wow, Bennet Springs is a hidden gem! We took the site at the eastern end and felt like we had the place to ourselves. Nice trail along the creek and wildflowers everywhere. The road is visible from…