Went there for a short weekend and we had a blast. There was plenty of shade and the river was awesome. The hot springs pool was huge my kids had a lot of fun. The staff was very nice. The only thing if you in a trailer the ground is very uneven just bring leveling blocks and you will be good!
We went to Shoshone falls for a few hours and needed a place to camp. We saw Banbury Hot Springs and we decided to go there. It was AMAZING. There was a beautiful view and we were right on the river. There is a giant hot spring pool. We went kayaking for two hours and there were so many beautiful birds. Lots of Mexican food around! Campsites were in beautiful shape. Highly recommend this campsite.
Midweek RV stay in April was quiet and relaxing. Not all stalls are RV friendly, my friend had to move due to her trailer would not level. Park hosts extremely nice to work with. Dog friendly park. Pool is older but the water was toasty warm to soak in especially in cold weather. Changing room was clean. I will be back as I noticed there is a dock to go kayaking.
It has the option to either spend time out on the Snake River with kayaks or one could enjoy the natural hot springs. They also have a neighboring hot springs which is can be used if one is looking to soak a little more.
Great hotsprings near the Snake River where you can soak In public or private! There's also the nearby Blue Heart Lagoon with it's incredibly clear waters!
We LOVE this campground! We have a 27' Travel Trailer and we booked a full hook-up site at this location in Buhl, Idaho along the Snake River. It was $20/night. We camped for a couple of nights at the end of May. The weather was perfect and the river was at a steady flow. The staff was awesome! They were very friendly and accommodating. The hot springs itself was a nice touch. We had our own private room, plus the pool was very comfortable. The site is small and not very many RV sites. There were a few tent sites there as well. They rent kayaks but we brought our own. Very good fishing for trout and bass. We kayaked down stream to the Thousand Springs Bed and Breakfast Winery where we did some wine tasting and bought a few bottles, which we took back to camp. We also paddled to Thousand Springs to see the waterfalls coming down. Another hidden gem that we paddled to was Blue Heart Springs. It was a hidden cove with crystal blue water coming from the depths of the lake. We would definitely visit this location again!!!
The Campground is beautiful tucked along the Snake River and scattered with massive beautiful trees. The grass is green and the ground is soft. The group tent sites are a great deal at $20 a night for up to 5 tents. The advantage of camping in March was that there were no other tent campers, but the RV lots were quite full. Gary the camp host is a great guy and very friendly and smoothed over a situation where we had to move campsites between nights. The Banbury Hot spring is a huge pool nearly 100 years old and is the perfect temperature and a blast for all ages. If you buy a swimming pass it also gets you into Miracle Hot springs just about a mile away which is great to relax in with multiple pools and varying temperatures. Fun time!