I’m traveling with two big dogs who hate the heat, it’s been over a 100° for about a week around the region and this place made it bearable. It’s really a pretty park, dated, but these trees are massive.
Found this campsite thru a free site. Beautiful trees line Cow Hollow and history from American-Japanese work/labor camp back in 1942. The town's people we met were amazing. The site takes donations but the city will tell you $10/night. BUT, even paying the $10, you have electric and water hook-ups, two baseball fields, two small parks, basketball/tennis court. Weekends consists of events. We stayed 14 days in tents and had a wedding, church festival and another wedding coming up the weekend we were leaving. Weekdays are quiet. Grassy areas for tents, gravel for RVs. Nice fire rings donated by a Boy Scouts group and brick bbq grills, picnic tables, restrooms and showers.
12 miles or so towards Lake Owyhee, Snively Hot Springs is to your left before going over the cattle guard. The rocky canyons, Snake River and starry nights are incredible!