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Clean well maintained. Backs onto the Boise green belt so it is an easy bike ride into town, breweries, museums etc.
We pulled in after the office closed. We didn’t receive a packet, which we have become accustomed to, but we had a site map and found our camp space. We were right next to the lake #69. We had a pull through for our 40’ fifth wheel and we’re happy. Lake access is only through the tent campers sites…
Feels like a little oasis tucked in behind the fairground and baseball stadium. The green belt and river run right by it. Super friendly staff. Variety of site types. Excellent laundry and shower facilities open 24/7.
It’s located on a dead-end road and is very peaceful. It’s about 15 minutes from the nearest city and about 15 minutes from Snively Hot Springs. The pictures with water are at the Hot Springs. Bathrooms with a shower. The grounds are well-maintained, the bathrooms could be cleaned more often. But…
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Had a great stay at givens, it was not very busy and made for a great quiet campsite. We also enjoyed swimming in the hot spring. Everyone was super friendly too. We will be back in the future !
Really love camping here because of the Boise Green Belt bike and walking path.
Arrived about 8pm just as it was going dark. No-one else here! Nice benches and fire rings with bbq grills at each site, which are nicely spaced. Not needed to visit the primitive toilet. Easy 1 mile dirt track to the campground with good outlook over the reservoir in the distance. Very few…
The main camp area here has 4 sites and a pit toilet, and has sort of a parking lot feel. If you keep going further down closer to the lake you will find several more spots that are great for camping, and much more private and isolated. We stayed at the first of these spots, and our 26ft class c…
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There is no cell phone reception, nada, none.
For us, this makes it a great place to get away for the weekend and unplug from everything.
The lake is great for those with watercraft, but make sure you acquire an invasive species permit (even non-motorized equipment).
Campsites are managed by…
Primitive camping and a far drive. But the views are phenomenal. It gets a little crazy on the weekends. Loud music and partying. Other than that it was great.
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We followed our RV GPS and it showed the campground (CG) as being at the dam, but we had about 5 miles more to go. There were reviews that the road to the CG areas was challenging. We had called the ranger station and asked if we could get a 39’ 5th wheel up the road and had asked on our FB owners…
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Easy access to central Boise in a park-like setting along the greenbelt path. We rode bikes along the path, enjoyed the river, toured Boise state and downtown, and even ate dinner without ever getting in our car. Everyone at the campground was very friendly and helpful. The facilities were clean,…
We stayed at site 40 at McCormack Campground of Lake Owyhee State Park. We called a few hours I heard and were told that there were several walk up so it’s available. When we arrived this has not changed. The drive up to the park is very scenic with lots of spots for flyfishing. The campground and…
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Great stop midway between Boise and Salt Lake. Campgrounds were really comfortable (and green). The springs/pool was surprisingly refreshing even tho 94 degrees on a hot day in July. Fun place, little historical landmark describing the Givens' trek westward on a covered wagon. If you are fussy…
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Well maintained campground with a super friendly staff. Clean facility: showers (good water pressure) and bathrooms. Reasonably priced laundromat. We were escorted to our gravel pull through site # 6
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