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We stayed in a tent site..there was grass & the sites were very spacious. Staff was so kind & the park was very clean.
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*The campground is very shady which is great when it's 102 degrees (record breaking year).
*The sites are pretty level and easy in and out.
*They irrigate so there is lush grass everywhere. *Lots of biking in park and nearby along the riverfront. *Very nice Lewis and Clark Discovery…
After being routed the long way around to this camp ground we went down into a kind of valley where there was a lot of trees cut down and left where they fell, not much mid day shade as we got there about noon. We stopped to look around and were attacked by big horse flys. We got back in the truck…
Tucannon is a place I’ve been coming to since I was a kid. Absolutely love the area. Quiet and away from others.
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Free during the off season but don't get stuck with a dead car battery. Can get really cold and no phone service and very few people pass by.
Went there at night, hard to find the driveway then looked and there was a new fence across the driveway so couldn't get in
Camping right on the Snake River with Lewis & Clark Discovery Center. Lots of sites, water restrooms, showers, and fire pits. No hookups.
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Great camping spot. No RV hookups, but fresh water, restrooms, and showers. Next to river but lots of shrubs. Can walk down trail to access river bank.
We went during Memorial day weekend which is a very busy camping weekend. It's a cool spot and the drive there is beautiful. It's the only campground in the general area meaning it's the only bathroom nearby. I'm sure the experience would be different if it wasn't a busy weekend. The entire time…
Very easy to find campsite. Plenty of space Fe our vehicle, a fire pit and grill area. Just overall a great experience.
Super helpful staff gave us a sweet campsite. Lots of wildlife around and we were camped close to the trailhead. Great hiking and views of the river and canyon. Definitely going back.
Nice campground but very desert-ie right so hot in the summer but on the river though so if you have a boat its great.
We stayed in Birch Loop for 2 nights. This was our maiden voyage so we opted for something close to a city as we were still setting up our camper coming out of winter.
Our spot was plenty long enough, but not as wide as I would have liked. There are two big trees on passenger side that prevent…
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We dry camped down the road, so my review is from using The Last Resort dump station ($10 fee), and little store. The owners where super friendly and helpful guides of the area. They have cabins, RV sites (a little tight so if you are over 40 feet call ahead), dump station, propane, gas, and water.…