We stumbled upon this park when we were visiting family in the area. It’s a gem! Very well maintained, clean, nice big spaces and good distance between you and your neighbor. Friendly and helpful owners. Also, check out the bulletin area in the laundry room, there’s a lot going on and ways to meet others.
The only cons I would note is the pool size is unbelievably small and there are no picnic tables at the sites.
We love this Jellystone! We are full time travelers with young kids and they love this RV park. There are sooo many fun activities (be warned, the cost can add up). The staff is super friendly and very helpful. The adjoining water park is a blast. We prefer the older part because of the trees that offer shade in the hot Texas sun, but the red carpet sites are so much better for big rigs. We’ve stayed in both and would probably choose the red carpet sites for our 44’ rig. One thing that I love is how much they are putting into expansion, we look forward to visiting again when the construction is done. Anyhow, there are some cons, but not worth mentioning considering how much good exists at this fun park!
This was a one night stop for us. Which this seems like a decent one nighter park, wouldn’t stay longer than that.
Pros: -Concrete (level) Pads -Full Hook ups -Easy access from interstate
Cons: -It’s like a parking lot -Bathrooms/trash/dog park are all a really long walk unless you happen to be parked near them. And the way it’s laid out you can’t walk to the amenities unless you walk up and down the rows or walk through other people’s area (no paths). -Long term stay and short term all mixed together, so people’s sites are full of junk everywhere -Bathrooms are sooo muggy
We only stayed one night while traveling through Colorado. It was convenient and easy. The grounds were nice and clean, very pretty, they had good amenities. We stayed in a premium pull through because the basic pull through were soooo close together. The staff was friendly and helpful. You hear a lot of road noise here, and the trees drop a horrible yellow sap that was on EVERYTHING after only one night, our shoes, our floors, our dogs, our rig, our vehicles, it was a mess. In the end, I would stay again in a pinch, but the tree sap is ultimately what would keep us away.
This campground is amazing! They’ve given everything a complete overhaul and it’s pretty awesome. That being said, there are many things that they list as being open that simply are not, and even though they give you an after hours phone number nobody ever responds. The laundry rooms were all locked, I called several times trying to get a response and received no call back. The camp store was closed during “open hours”. The restaurant that was listed as being open on April 30, was closed the whole time of our stay in mid-May. So while the amenities are fantastic, it seems that they are severely understaffed. Despite all the issues with things being open, we would definitely stay here again because it is a great Jellystone and I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt that they are working out the kinks.
From the moment we pulled in we could just tell this was a fun family environment. Our kids loved it! The pool area is amazing. The store was well stocked. And the staff were all extremely helpful and friendly.
We are really big rig, so you have to be careful what site you pick if you’re super sized like we are, but we thoroughly enjoyed our stay.￼
The only reason it didn’t get five stars from me is due to the dirt road (people drive fast and kicked up dust all the time), and there was no fenced in dog park.￼
We love this campground in the spring and fall, I imagine it would be hot and full of bugs during the summer months. But it has stunning views (we only stay on the upper loop), great places to explore, and it’s easy to get to. The museum is fun to check out, and they often have events going on that are fun to check out. Our friends say the winery next door is great too, but we’ve never been yet.
We love this campground. We’ve been able to stay here twice, but it’s hard to get a reservation, unless it’s during the week. It’s got a great beach area, nicely paved sites, lots of stuff to rent and nice facilities. Right on Lake Cascade so you have lake views on one side and mountain views on the other, seriously beautiful. Shows off Idaho in a good way! We have found the camp hosts to be a bit over the top in most of the Cascade campgrounds, it’s like they are just sitting there, waiting to pounce if you make a mistake. So know your campground rules well or they will be grouchy with you.
We were booked here and did not stay. It sort of looked like an abandoned RV park, there is no manager or grounds keeper on site. You check in at the casino. The grass was completely overgrown, the park was not well kept and seemed to have a mix of one nighters and extended stayers. Several sites seemed to be housing a lot of people, a few RVs had multiple vehicles parked around them. And there were lots of random vehicles parked along the fence line. No playground, no extras. It was dirty. No cell coverage, no Wi-Fi, which is fine if you’re in the beauty of God’s creation, but this is not that place. This is literally a place to park if you are going to spend all your time at the casino and pray your things are still there when you return. Our credit card was skimmed from the gas station right outside the RV park, as well. And obviously crime is an issue because there was security at each door of the gas station. We left and found a better park. They have only two pictures on their website, that should have clued me in! And I was so quick to leave that I forgot to take any pictures myself.
This is a newer RV park, I can imagine how awesome it will be once all these baby trees grow up. They’ve done a great job here. I like how spaced out the sites are, and their huge! Which is awesome, we tow a 44’ toy hauler with a back patio and really like these extra long sites. The people are exceptionally friendly, easy to work with, the facilities are top notch. Seriously, good job!! The only reason they didn’t get 5 stars from me is because there is no playground. If you’re traveling with kiddos, it’s the first thing those little ones look for. Maybe it’s in the works and coming soon. 🤞🏻
We needed to stay in Pocatello for 5 nights (we are a full time family), and the other place we reserved a spot at was a bust. This KOA got us in last minute and it’s fine. Yes, it’s a bit expensive for rocks, dirt, and no sewage hookup, but there’s a great view, a nice dog run, everything is SUPER clean, the showers are hot, and the laundry facility got our clothes clean. We would stay here again if we need to be in town. And our kids love the “vintage” playground, it has equipment that you don’t find on modern playgrounds.