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61 Reviews of 8 Stout Crossing, Idaho Campgrounds
We got here about 3:30 on a Friday and we got the last spot. They have a lot , but we’re full. The lady at the gate was very nice. It cost $36 for us since we were from out of town. The sites are very nice. Long paved with water and electric on one side and the pick-nik table behind us. It has 1…
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A lot of trees are dead or gone. The office person has never heard of The Dyrt app, so no discount. 30 amp electric & water for 39 a night. Think it's on it's way down. Hope they prove me wrong. Oh! It is nestled between the freeway & the railroad tracks. Quaint.
Well, that wasn’t fun. If anyone is planning on tent camping here, I would highly suggest going somewhere else. The dunes are awesome, but wow were the sites a let down. The fields had no grass and minimal shade. I ended up sleeping in my car but with the heat, needed the windows down. That’s when…
We had to stay inside with the air conditioning on and avoiding mosquitoes in July. Maybe March is a good time. The dunes are cool and the observatory is a fun extra feature.
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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.
Just a paved lot with no shade. Does have water and electrical for $20. People in office-friendly.
I car camped here on a trip back from Oregon to home in Texas. The pad was overkill for my needs but I wanted bathroom facilities.
Nice wooded grounds, very quiet even though it was pretty much at capacity, and the facilities were nice and clean.
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We did not stay here, but called and was told that it's $20 a night and showers are not included.
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
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.
We enjoyed our stay at Intermountain RV. The park was clean, and the owners were extremely helpful and accommodating. There was plenty of space. We would definitely recommend this park in Wendell, as it is easy on and off the interstate.