After traveling for 2,000 miles it was nice to spend a few days in a park that had level sites and space between sites. I'm not sure what site the previous reviewer stayed in but there is plenty of grass between sites, and we enjoyed that. The procedure is to find an empty site, and then go to the cashier's window and pay-pretty simple. If you don't like your site-your bad. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The check in is at the casino. The sites are close but long. There is grass between and paved roads. The services are good, but the sewer is a little close to the space next to you. The price is right, and it is quiet. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is your basic casino RV park. Sites are level, full hookups. If you are in a motor home you will have to unhook your toad if you want to hook up to sewer connection because it is at the back of the site. Wi-Fi was non existent. It is a good place to stop and get off the interstate for a while. They do have a restaurant on site, so you don't have to cook. Just don't go in hungry because the wait is long for your food. Wouldn't say the staff is friendly, but they get the job done - eventually. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Saw their website, looked like a nice park, along our route, so we went there. Arrived at casino and could not find the park as there were no signs and no visible RVs. Called the casino cage, who registers/manages for the park and was told to park in any available space at the park. She mentioned an owners function was going on in the Park and most of it was in use by non-RVers. Went to the RV park and found that most every site was occupied by non-RVs whose owners were attending the function. As directed by the "cage" employee, we parked in an empty site. Like all other sites, ours had grass, was level, paved, and clean. Utility boxes were fairly new. Some sites had tress. While we were setting up, a casino/RV park security officer approached and rudely told us we could not park there as all sites were reserved for parking for the function. When I explained what the "cage" employee told us, he indifferently told us we could not stay there. We then moved to the casino parking lot and "boondocked" there. During the night, someone stole two golf bags (that were empty) out of the back of our truck while we were in the casino or sleeping. The park itself appeared nice. When we reported the theft to a different "cage" manager he gave the impression that he could care less. Overall, we found the staff to be indifferent and giving conflicting instructions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice place to stop on a winter's day. Friendly staff. You check in at the "money cage" in the Casino itself. Food tolerable at the grill. Full-hookups available, but with the cold we're using only the electric. I'll surely stop here again on the way south. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For the price, this is an excellent stopping spot. Good security presence, full h/u, paved parking, lots of grass, easy walk to casino but it was so smoky we could not stay in there. Convenient fuel stop at entrance and only minutes back to Pocatello. Only problems with the park are that the turns at the end of the rows are very tight. No way to make it out of the "A" row without driving the "wrong" way out of the park. And, their Wi-Fi wasn't working. Good cell signal and unrestricted satellite reception. Would stop again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would bypass this place. The people upon check-in (have to go to casino for this) were as unfriendly and unprofessional as could be. I checked via phone in the morning as I was a few miles out, in reference to Wi-Fi. Was assured it worked. After check-in, could not get it to work. Seems it is run by the gas station next door, casino said to check with them. I did: it had been down for weeks. Complaint upon deaf ears. This RV park is next to the casino parking lot, which I did not like. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good for a quick overnight stay. Lacking in amenities. Larger rigs should avoid the first row because of a very tight turn to get out. Bigger rigs should proceed to the far side. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has no WiFi or cable TV. The hook ups where very poorly located. The sites are tight. We would not stay here again. Just for info: it is a dry Indian Reservation and alcohol is not allowed. They were very nice about it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park's assets are the cheap price and the clean appearance. For a newer park, we were surprised at a couple of poor design features, mainly the close spacing of the sites and the very sharp turns for big rigs to negotiate at the end of the park. Fortunately, we had no one next to us, or we would have had to step over their sewer hook up at the base of our steps! The casino didn't impress us, but the restaurant inside was pretty good. We would stay here again for an overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very pleasant surprise! Very clean park and an easy walk to the casino. If you need a ride, security is right there! Well lit and secure. They do take reservations, then asked us to just go ahead park and then registar and pay inside the casino. A little smokey but not bad. The food in the grill was quite good and inexpensive. Try the Indian fry bread. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Pads are asphalt. Not perfectly level but close. Little patch of grass. Large grass area for kids to play. Horse shoe pits and BBQ's. Stayed there two nights We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park for overnight stay at $20. Thought it could use some trash pickup around fence area as there was a good amount of trash trapped against fence that took away from the cleanliness of the rest of the park. The pull-through sites come up a little short for 43 foot and over rigs, especially with tow vehicle. You have to register in the casino, walking a good distance through thick second-hand smoke, which was disgusting since we are non-smokers. We would have rated this park an 8 if the registration had not been so brutal trying to breath. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Trailer Life Directory lists this campground name as "Buffalo Meadows RV Park". It also states it is 1.2 mile from Exit 80. It's actually much closer. It's located right behind the casino. It is very quiet with small trees and grass. It's far enough from the casino parking lot and I-15, Exit 80, that you won't hear any traffic. It is all paved with a nice restroom building. Our 50A was strong, as was Verizon phone. Our air card worked great for internet. There is Wi-Fi but we didn't try it. This park is wonderful for this area where there are few nice RV parks. The $20 cost is great. The casino has a nice meal selection (prime rib, etc. and a breakfast special). The ad mentions "tee-pees" but we didn't see any. The only downside were a few local folks coming into the restroom to take their showers. Otherwise, this is a great park for a night or two. We would definitely stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The check-in procedure requires that you use the casino's cashers. They are friendly and know what is required. Security is provided. A comfortable overnight or longer stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Nice campground, asphalt pads with grass. Great for the price, if you can stay out of the Casino. If you have a big rig ask for C4, C5, C6, C7, all very nice sites. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice overnight campground just off of I-15 located North of Pocatello at exit 80. Easy pull through sites for all types of rigs. This campground is fairly open with smallish trees and open grass areas. All sites are pull-throughs with hard surface. Located away from the casino so noise is not a problem. Free Wi-Fi is included satellite access is good but there are several strong local stations (now in digital HD). Given the cost of other campgrounds in the area, for an overnight stay this is a good deal. The casino (slots only) might be of interest to some travelers. We camped here in a Motorhome.