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All reviews pancake breakfast nice campground full hookups industrial area dog run snake river pull throughs pull thru nice gift shop clean restrooms busy park older park walk area close to town would stay here again easy access nice amenities
We were going to Salt Lake City on I-15 through Idaho. We stopped at Snake River RV park in Idaho Falls, Idaho for the night. We were assigned site A-82 which was back-in, water and power only. All the full hookups were full which staff...More
We were there for 2 nights and it was very nice. A little bit of road noise but not much. it was close to town and there was lots to see and do. Price was reasonable and people were friendly. We would stay here again....More
This is a very dirty expensive camp ground located in the industrial area of Idaho Falls. Spots are very tight and long term residents are loud and shady looking. I have had better pan cake breakfasts for $1, $3 was way to much for what...More
On our way home from Canada back to Henderson Nevada and stopped for just one night. They are going through renovations of a few sites. They put us in a site that didn’t have septic, had a broke down Winnebago brook legging electric off of...More
If you’re looking for quick and easy This is a good spot. Don’t be put off by the commercial area it’s located in. Campground is good with level spaces and grass. Pool and playground under trees for the kids, older showers but hot water and...More
Response from Al47Canmore_ab | Reviewed this property |
Hi Cindy: We always make reservations during the summer months in high use areas, particularly near weekends. When we were camping between Boise and McCall off Highway 55 in BLM sites we made no reservations because few take... More
Hi Cindy: We always make reservations during the summer months in high use areas, particularly near weekends. When we were camping between Boise and McCall off Highway 55 in BLM sites we made no reservations because few take them. Some of our best was when we had sites entirely to ourselves right near the Payette river, We are in a 20 foot motorhome, so can get in these tight little areas, you probably can't. Our favorite in the area of McCall was McCall RV resort a G7 facility, you can't beat that one - 10 out of 10. Enjoy yourselves. Cheers Alvin.