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Large campground in a grassy area with scattered trees. Fairly open with sites close together, but some sites have hedges in between. The campground was about half filled during our weekday stop.
Stayed a few nights while exploring area. Camp hosts do a great job keeping the camp facilities very clean. Our site a bit noisy in the evening (tent camping) due to periodic logging trucks rolling by, but not bad. Overall great facility
Overall a good park to stay. It was pretty dry when we went. Not a whole lot to do around there at this time of year but good stopping place for a nite or two during the summer months. The sites in "B-Loop" are kinda tight for lg. rigs if "backing in"... We have a 40' 5th wheel... Double ck. your…
Great spot tucked into the trees. Some sites are a bit cramped, but enjoyable. Cool trails and nearby water to keep the kids occupied. The road is tight but you can get a fifth wheeler in. Every spot looks very easy backing in. No sharp corners, no sacrifices were made in order to back in.
Not the most scenic of campsites, and it is right next to the road so there was some noice at night, as well as lots of coyote howling. but I appreciated the convenient location, that it's free, and right next to the highway. There is a pit toilet. Remember to bring water! The river water was…
Pretty good campsite. Fire pit and picnic table at the site (site #150). Sites are quite close together so hopefully you have good neighbors.
We have been here twice in the last two years.
Last year - no shade on our site, and Temps were over 100 degrees. No where for the kids to swim in the lake. It was miserable for the entire weekend.
This year - scouted sites and had some shade at least. Still no swimming areas, but the ranger…
Hot but has some shade. Beautiful views and perfect distance from Boise for a first trip EVER!
Good camping close to Town, mountain biking, restaurants, and lake. Be cautious about lake conditions before swimming or letting dogs swim. We had a skunk walk right through or camp!
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This is a typical campground with Vault toilets, no showers, no water or electric hookups. However, it is just a couple miles from nice dining, mountain biking, and hiking.
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Tent pads were clean and well leveled. Bathrooms were clean and showers were free. Water and power available. Great walking path around and down to the lake as well! Quick 10min ride into town for a nice lake side dinner.
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A beautiful campsite with a great view of the river. Lots of fish and cool people.
The campground is clean. No hookups but has water spickets around the campground. Have bathrooms with toilets but no sinks or showers. One thing I will say that really turned me off was there was yellow jackets everywhere that would chase and sting. My son and I both got stung even just leaving…
We were fortunate to snag a cancelation spot for 3 days. We hiked, biked, SUP, enjoyed the 3 breweries in town. One of my favorites was picking wild huckleberry that happened to be in season while we were there. It's one of the best places to find them in the state. The sites were not too…
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