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Aspen Acres Golf Course & Park - CLOSED

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4179 E 1100 N, Ashton, ID 83420-5813
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Marie B wrote a review Aug 2020
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This is not a campground for families. We had people complain about our noise during the day. Our kids were just playing. We were never loud after 11 pm, which was the mandatory quiet time. We left to do day trips every day. So the time we were at the campground was usually breakfast and dinner. Our kids were at the playground or tossing a ball to eachother and we got multiple complaints. So, just a word to the wise, if you are retired and you want a silent getaway, stay here. If you are a family with young children wanting a fun camping trip, look somewhere else.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jbaumeis wrote a review Aug 2019
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This campground was so great that we hated to leave. It’s in a grove of trees out in the middle of gorgeous barley fields, far from noisy highways but a short ten minute drive to Ashton for groceries or other amenities. The night sky was amazing with no streetlights to dim the view. And it’s only a hour drive from the west gate of Yellowstone making day trips easy. We had four campers in our group and the hosts graciously assigned up campsites that were next to each other and had a large grassy gathering area with a fire pit and room for a large awning over our two picnic tables behind two of the spots. Each of sites are full hookups and shaded with small groupings of trees between them providing some privacy as well. The bathhouses were very clean. Our seven year old grandson enjoyed the playground. We thought the hosts were delightful and fun to talk with. Check in was a breeze and they followed up to be sure we had everything we needed at our sites. We would return to this campground in a heartbeat. It’s one of the best we’ve ever stayed at.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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PurpleMom8 wrote a review May 2017
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We had "neighbors" who have been coming since they were kids. I understand why!!! P.S. I learned there are new owners who have renamed the place.... it's now the Yellowstone Golf Resort at Aspen Acres RV Resort)
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Date of experience: May 2017
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ketah777 wrote a review Jul 2016
Fernandina Beach, Florida322 contributions205 helpful votes
This was a great place to stay to get away from crowds and enjoy some peace and quiet. We travel fulltime and spend a lot of time at national parks and other highly populated areas. Sometimes it's nice to get away to a quiet park like this to enjoy some down time. People do visit Grand Tetons and Yellowstone from here, but we already had plans to go to both of those and stay closer, so this was just a chance for us to catch up on work and relax before we got to those more crowded parks. While we were there we enjoyed dinner at Five 11 Main which I believe is owned by the same people that run the RV park. Very good restaurant! I would highly recommend it. The RV park is a little tight getting into, and some sites are small and hard to get into because of the trees. We have a 41 foot 5th wheel and it took some maneuvering to get into our site so that all 5 slides could go out. But once we were in, we had plenty of room and really enjoyed having the trees for the shade. Verizon 4G worked well here which is important for us since we work remotely. And they let me have a package delivered here which I appreciated as well. We really enjoyed our stay here, and the people that run it are nice and friendly. One word of caution, our GPS took us down several miles of dirt roads that we probably shouldn't have been driving down with our house behind us, but once we were on those roads there was no way to turn around. There are paved roads to get to this park that we found out about later. Call the park ahead of time and ask for better directions than what GPS might tell you to do. At least they let us wash our RV while we were there which was nice since it had gotten so dirty on the dirt roads.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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mylady7345 wrote a review Jul 2016
St. Petersburg, Florida5 contributions
We traveled in a Class A RV from FL to AZ, then N or Montana, E to IN, then back home. I have to say this was the most gorgeous park we saw on journey. The owner let us come in early, the first part of May. We were headed for Yellowstone and parks closer to the park did not open till May 15. WE were the first campers of the season and stayed for 4 days. great rates, free already cut firewood, scenery amazing. We saw a family of deer nearby every day. OWners stopped by and checked to see if everything was ok. The owner also have a pizza restaurant in town which had amazing Baked potato pizza. Wish I could get this in Florida. SItes was spacious with lots of trees. They were working on more pull thru sites. We did not use restrooms so I cannot comment on them.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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