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Dog poo around our camp site. 30 amp did not work. Otherwise just okay
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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Called and reserved a spot to camp in our van within a few hours of arrival. Low priced, beautiful setting, lots to do. Private hot springs pool and a large community pool. Kayak and party barge rentals, fishing, and fun! Woke to the smell of cows, but it is farmland. Waterfalls all along the drive…
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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This is A very accommodating place will stay here in future very nice campgrounds with clean showers laundry room pool and Jacuzzi playground for kids tennis courts and basketball courts and lots of dog parts￼
We camped our RV here in mid September. Weather was pleasant, staffs friendly, good wifi connection. Clean grounds. No traffic noise. Close to freeway.
Nestled in the small town of Mountain Home, Idaho, it's a great park for overnight or longer. There are a couple of drawbacks, but the amenities outweigh any. First: Being located in town, there is some traffic noise on weekday mornings as the neighborhoods surrounding the park heads out to…
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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This is a nice area for dispersed camping. No water in the reservoir at this time (early September). Very few other people around, even on labor day weekend, and the area was so quiet and serene.
We stayed along the western side of the reservoir, and there's are little loops you can take in…
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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…
This campground has two loops. Both are nice with spacious spots. central lawn area for playing games. Plenty of open space for walks/hikes. Very close nearby is the site where Oregon trail pioneers crossed the snake river. There is a barge and other remnants of history to look at. Two RV dumpsites…
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 park is an absolute gem. We are completing a trip from Washington to NH and back and have found this one to be the best RV park we have ever stayed at. The park is beautiful. The paved driveways are awesome. TONS of room for RVs to pull in. The staff is extremely kind and helpful. The park is…
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