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Our family has been camping here for the past 30 years. Little has change other than what nature has done. Campsite are generous with paved roads and parking areas. There are no hook ups but RVs are welcome. Of course we all started tent camping...More
We had a bad experience at this Campground. My large group had several campsites in the Catfish Loop. We chose this Campground so that we could swim in the Snake River to cool down from the heat. It was 104° for two days, followed by...More
We spent 3 nights at this park on our way to Yellowstone. The sites are laid out quite nicely and the view from some of the sites are beautiful. We didn't fish but we understand that this is a fisherman's paradise.
Wife and I on a roadtrip from Idaho to Washington. She wants me to find a bathroom. This state park comes along.
Easy to find, right off the Interstate. I didn't see any signs about day use fees so we drove right in. There is...More
Since we got to go skiing and snowshoeing we needed to provide recreation for our loyal dogs Stella and Callie.
They thought that this park was perfect.Lots of dogs in a beautiful background of the Deschutes river. Lots of traills and water birds to entertain...More
We stayed here one night on our way from Washington back to Minnesota. We were excited because we hadn’t taking a shower in days. Initially, I went to the bathroom and was concerned because there were a few bugs on the toilet seat. They looked...More
We were looking for a place off the freeway for an overnight stay in our RV. This is a beautiful park right on the Snake River. We had a site overlooking the river and the campground was virtually empty due to the time of year....More
Research and a little luck made our recent 5-day trip a rating of 5.
It could have been a 1 rating without a solid understanding what's going on with the Brownlee Reservoir at this time of year. Crappie fishing was a main attraction and the...More
They have a nice size and well maintained off leash area for dogs. The park has big old trees and more natural grass instead of the over fertilized and waters parks some places have. Definitely a place to stop and rest you and Fido if...More