We stayed here because we had never stopped to see Bonners Ferry in the past. Previous reviews describe the park fairly well. I would like to add that the sites are not well defined, hard to line up with the utilities, and not very level. Also mentioned was the lack of cable TV, doubtful satellite availability because of trees, but 6-7 channels with antenna. The 2 full, unisex bathrooms are old, but functional. As a side note, the couple next to us in the park said they were here to possibly buy the motel and park. Maybe the park will be upgraded next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price seemed high for where you are. There is no WiFi available to sites, (WiFi in the office) or cable TV. Some sites are tight and the hookups could be a problem. Trees block satellite coverage. We shall pass on by next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small RV park behind motel. Well manicured. Free Wi-Fi in office, but I'm sitting in my RV in space #1 and have Wi-Fi. Safeway across the street. Laundry close by. No satellite because of trees, but we are getting six channels from Spokane via antenna. We camped here in a Motorhome.
RV Park is somewhat dated and could have used mowing. That said, it is not a bad stopping off point if heading into Canada. Bonners Ferry is the last town of any size in northern ID, has several gas stations, grocery store, food service, etc. The Inn here is very well maintained. Wifi is free in the lobby, free coffee as well. Management very friendly. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An overnight stay for us, the grounds were excellently maintained and the site was level. Limited amenities, very friendly owners both in there 80s that keep the park in excellent condition. A little pricey for what is available on site, but I would pay their price to keep this park open. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This clean, neat little park offers grassy sites, the shade of mature trees and good utilities. The owners live on site and have created a welcoming, homey atmosphere. Access and setup are easy with level pull-through sites. There is no AT&T phone or data service, no Wi-Fi, but TV reception was possible. At thirty miles north of Bonners Ferry the location is very near an entry port for Canada which makes it a very convenient stopping point but adds more traffic noise than would otherwise be expected. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Although very small the park is beautiful and perfectly manicured. The hook-ups are excellent and every site is shaded. Excellent river recreation is close by. The owners live on site and are very friendly. A real "small town" atmosphere. We camped here in a Motorhome.