This is a very popular place. They pack the RV's and campers in very closely. We had to wait for about 6 tent campers to leave in order to get hooked up to our trailer and get pulled out. It's a miracle we were able to get backed in at all. Bring a long water hose, you might need it depending on where they put you. Kids seem to love the place, there were a number of locals here for the day either swimming or barbecueing. I will not stay here again but it's not my kind of place. If you enjoy swimming and don't mind crowds I would recommend it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We called 3 weeks ahead to make a reservation and when we arrived they gave us a site that was not a pull through and already had cars parked in it. The pool also costs additional money. This place seemed to really be a community pool that happens to have a few RV spaces. We decided we would not stay and moved on to a different campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Little out of the way, but the place was shaded and the price was great. Lots of trees with your choice of either pull throughs or back ins. Nice to have a pool with a slide and lifeguards present. No cable TV or Wi-Fi available. Will definitely stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an okay park with not much going on other than the hot springs. I would have given it a higher rating...but am taking off as they sandwich you in like sardines. If you have an awning and a slide out and its busy, forget it. The people in the office are not friendly especially the younger guy with gray hair. The lifeguards yell constantly and never smile, both sort of miserable looking. I'm not sure why the staff seem so miserable, but its sad as the place is not to bad, but then maybe they don't like kids, lol. If you don't have or like kids this park is not for you as the pool is packed, I mean packed, with kids. Lots of babies with diapers and no diapers in the hot springs. You can rent a mat to use in the pool, but most of them come with their own algae or moss growing on them and are pretty torn up. The hot spa is to hot for comfort, almost burning hot and the small spa is okay. I think this might be a better place to stay when its not a holiday weekend. I wouldn't go out of my way to stay here again, and its 15 miles out in the boonies from Twin Falls. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fairly nice park, lots of grass (you park on the grass) and shade trees. This place has a large swimming pool that is open to the public for a charge so lots of kids and people here that are not camping here. OK for an overnight or for those with families that want to camp and swim in a large pool. Sites a little un-level and sewer connections are uphill a little. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park was a very pleasant surprise. We were just looking for a quick overnight spot,
and ended up being sorry we couldn't stay longer! In the middle of sage and pucker brush, this green oasis was a most welcome sight, with tall, lovely shade trees and lots of green, green grass. Motor home sites are on grassy sites in the trees. They have 2 sections of water/electric hookups, and one of full hookups. And a full hook up spot was only 12 bucks!! Behind a wall at the end of the park is a huge (125' x 50') hot springs swimming pool complete with water slide. Also, a spa, hot soak pool, game room, snack bar, and office. There's another large shaded area with 6 or 7 pavilions with bar-b-ques, suitable for large family gatherings. We'll definitely
stop here again, on our annual trek from one hang-gliding competition in Carson City, NV to another in Arco, ID. Easy access, also -- one turn off Highway 93, and it's 3 miles straight into the driveway. Peaceful, incredibly quiet -- just a great little place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This was a delightful little surprise of a park. Stopped for a quick overnight on the way
to central Idaho, and found a lovely oasis in the middle of the sagebrush desert. Level sites are on lush green grass under large established shade trees. Fairly large sites are available with water and electric only, but our full hookup site was only $12.00 for the night. The pool area is nicely enclosed so the noise is completley contained in the pool area. (We didn't have time for a swim, but understand that use of the pool is an extra daily fee.) After miles and miles of hot dry pucker brush, this little place was just a wonderful break. People were very friendly and helpful, and the whole experience was thoroughly delightful. Located 3 miles from Hollister, Idaho, and 16 miles south of Twin Falls. We make this trip every year, and plan to make this lovely little spot an annual event! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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The owners had just closed for the season but opened up just for us rather than send us back into Idaho Falls 15 miles. We were the only vehicle in the park for the nite. Really nice place with hot springs, trees and grassy sites. We camped here in a camper.
Very friendly owner who checked us in and gave us a great map and told us of things to see in the area. They have showers and laundry. The campground is dirt/gravel but the dust I expected was a minimum. There look to be long term residents but the park and their areas are clean and kept nicely. The recreation hall/office is stocked with different games, book exchange and snacks. There are great tourist things in the area (Shoshone Falls, Base jumping at Perrine Bridge and other falls) and there are many major stores like Walmart, Macy and so on. We would stay here again and we will recommend it to others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We made reservations for a pull through long in advance of our arrival. When we arrived after driving all day we were told the only space they had was a small back in. When I said that I had made a reservation for the pull through and the reservation was confirmed, all he said was the only space available was the one he was offering us. He said that some people did not leave and extended their stay. He did say there were other parks in the area if we did not want to use the space he was offering us. That aside, the park has permanent residents as well as short term users. The place was mostly dirt, but I did not see any trash laying around. We called some other parks and found one about 7 miles away that had a pull through for us. We would not use this park, although the 25.00 per night isn't too bad for what you would get. It's just frustrating when you reserve a space and it's not available when you arrive. I hope they can learn to manage their reservations a little better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
From Australia on our first RVing trip, we stayed for a single night while passing through. The general park environment was a little rough and untidy. No litter noticed. Quiet internally. On the edge of town, so nothing in walking distance. No significant traffic noise. Mild "farm" smell, not overwhelming, and not noticed all the time. Our site was dusty gravel, as were the internal roads. We had a picnic table beside. Easy access and pull-through for our 30' class C. Our site was level, but many other sites were using levelling. There are a few scattered areas of green lawn with picnic tables, and tall established tress as an effective barrier around the edge of the park. The toilet/shower facilities were a bit of a disappointment: single pedestal and shower for each of male and female (and a urinal in the male). These were not filthy, but not pristine either: damp and run down, but functional. Large common area that, due to time constraints, we did not use. Laundry not used either. Good AT&T reception. Staff: Very friendly and good humored. Still open for immediate check-in when we arrived at 7.30pm. I would have a look to see what else was available the next time we are in Twin Falls, but not be overly disappointed if we stayed here again for a night or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here in space #66. Cable and WI-FI were good. Do not follow the Trailer Life directory directions. They are not correct. Correct directions are N-bnd, I-93 N to Hwy 30. Follow Hwy 30 east, it will turn into Kimberly Road. Continue east. When you see the John Deere company, just past the cemetery, the entrance is on the left. Slow down when you get to the cemetery and start to get into the middle turn lane. We had two wonderful Mexican meals at Janitzio's just down the road from the RV park. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Very convenient location. We ended up staying two weeks due to some inclement weather further north. Price reflects weekly rate of $115. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We used this campground to meet and camp with family during a weekend soccer tournament and were satisfied. Most spots were for permanent residents, but the campground was very quiet and well maintained. Sites are all gravel, but there are areas to walk the dogs that are nice. The manager of the place was a delight; she put up with my rowdy grandkids playing in the rec room without complaint and was helpful with directions; just a nice person all around. She made us feel very welcome and appreciated. Would not hesitate to stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small private park with friendly owner. Single lane access road. Many permanent residents and stored vehicles in middle of park. Good location for touring the local area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located in a partially developed industrial-looking area on the edge of town. The lady who checked us in was very kind and helpful but I cannot give them a high rating based on her kindness. First pull through we tried was not at all level and we had to ask for another site which was easy to arrange. Everything is gravel except a grassed playground and a large concrete parking pad in the middle of the campground. Parked there were several work trucks, flatbed trailers and a very old van. Most campers appeared to be residents either full-time or temporary full-time. Spots were close together and not at all an inviting area to sit outside. There was an odor in the air that reminded me of a garbage dump. Debris was leaning against the outside of the office building to include a broken mini merry-go-round, a discarded pedestal grill (don't know where it was from because I didn't see any grills or pits at any sites), large piece of plywood board, stack of old lumber and more. Wi-Fi was weak and inconsistent. Cable TV worked fine. Bathroom and shower were very clean. Shower was small. There was one shower stall and one toilet stall and a larger central area with one sink in the women bathroom. The bathroom and laundry building were together, in a dark area almost concealed beneath low-branched trees. When our teenage daughter wasn't back after 15 minutes for her shower we went to check on her (it was getting dark) because we were not comfortable with her walking through the grounds alone. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is located not too far off I-84 and convenient to get to. The narrow driveway could be easy to miss if you're not careful. If headed westbound on Kimberly/Hwy 50, the drive is after the large Oregon Trail sign; and if eastbound, watch for the "RV Park" banner on the fence. The driveway is after the banner and before the Oregon Trail sign. We had called ahead and spoke to a really pleasant woman to make sure they had an opening for a couple of nights. She also greeted us when we arrived and directed my husband to the site while I went to the office to check in. They gave us lots of really helpful info for the area and gave us some recommendations for restaurants in the area. The visitor center is located at the north end of town by the bridge if you come in from that direction. They too were very helpful. If you have the time, Shosone Falls are really lovely and worth the short drive. The mist coming off the falls on a hot day are really refreshing. It is also near the site where Evel Knievel jumped the Snake River. Twin Falls is a full service town with modern malls/Costco as well as a funky tree-lined narrow main street in the city center older area of town that will take you back to your childhood. All in all, we enjoyed our visit to Twin Falls and the Oregon Trail Campground and wished we had more time to stay and visit more of the surrounding area including the Ice Cave about 40 miles north. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this to be a conveniently located park on Hwy 30 in Twin Falls. Most spaces are pull through & are gravel. Spaces are a little close together, but each has a tree for a bit of shade. Owner was very nice, & helpful with local tourist information. Cable & Wi-Fi are included. Twin Falls was a pleasant surprise for us. The waterfalls, the cliffs & cliff trail, & Millenium Park. Even had base jumpers jumping from the bridge over the Snake River. The town has most any restaurant or shopping you are seeking. We enjoyed eating at Shari's restaurant. Nice meals & pie looked great! We would camp here again if in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found the entrance thanks to a previous post and were able to look at the campground from a large gravel lot above. It is a very attractive place and looks very nice. However, it closes for the season on November 1. I didn't see this info on the park's website and wanted to alert others who might be wanting to stay here. I believe it reopens on April 1, but would call ahead to confirm. The day-use area appears to be open year-round. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is a small sign for the RV entrance and it's situated between a gravel holding site and a modular home dealer. Park was very quiet at this time of year. A good bargain and pretty setting in this desert and farmland area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here one night and had problems with the 30 amp service continually tripping our protection device. Very peaceful and right in town but beware of the power situation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this country park for 8 days. What a great find! Several miles of walking/biking paths. A river runs through it: literally! No sewer, or dump station, but there is a city run one (free) about 1 mile away. The 50amp electric was great, but the water system appeared to have air in the system. I think there was a water main break causing this air in the system. We loved this park, and will return. A great value for $15/day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained county park with RV sites. It is in a valley area thereby eliminating street noise above. Long, paved and unpaved lots. Sites had grass areas between sites and large grass areas for recreation, covered picnic tables and pavilions with tables. Some sites have shade. There is a hiking path and a disc golf course. A creek runs through the park. Great value for $15 a night. Camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. The entrance into the park is not the greatest, but once in the campground it is very nice. The only downside is the outhouse toilets and no showers, but you know this going in. We stayed for 10 days and would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well maintained county park. It is in a valley well below the surrounding area thereby eliminating street noise. Long, paved sites with good sized grass areas between sites and large grass areas for recreation. A quick running creek winds through the park. Great value for $15 a night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a neighborhood park with RV sites. The sites were level; they are not real wide, but the park was not that busy when we were there so it wasn't a problem. We parked our tow in visitor parking. The host was very friendly and helpful. It is convenient to explore the Twin Falls area. No road noise. Great hiking through the canyon along Rock Creek. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an awesome park. It is a great place to spend a few days and relax. There is no road noise, and no airplane noise. It is close to anything you would need in town. There is a great host. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
All the previous comments are totally correct. This is the only place I would stay in this area, but beware. There is a new hospital on US 90 that is no where near this campground. The old hospital (now closed) is on US 90/US 30. Coming from the south on 93, take the 30 east exit. Coming from the north, be careful not to take 93 (plus GPS will take you to the park section that dead ends on the wrong side of the creek). Take business 93/30. We stayed on the 93 and looked all around the new hospital. Frustrating, but well worth the effort to find the correct place. Camp ground hosts are from the area, friendly and very helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After reading reviews of this park, we stayed overnight, while travelling through Idaho. We enjoyed the walking trails and sitting down by the creek. It is a good value for money. Having been warned about the entrance (down the Hill) we proceeded with caution and had no problem. The sign is a bit hard to see. Make sure you go in at the RV park, not the Day use section. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park itself is very nice as was the host. HOWEVER, there is poor signage going south on 93 to mark the entrance to the RV portion and you will miss it thinking it is an access road for the gravel piles. There is a second entrance that you will see. We passed this entrance thinking we wouldn't fit, stopped up the road and called the number for the park. Someone not at the park answered. This person did not know north from south nor right from left and would have us turn into the park on the right (going north) after the hospital. Going north the park is on the left and before the hospital. In addition we were not told that there were two entrances, and went down into the day use area. Fortunately there were not many cars and we could still turn around and get back out. HOWEVER, there is a tall speed bump that angles across the road. Even going slow you can not avoid severe side to side shaking of your cupboards. ON the good side, there is grass and covered picnic areas. Sites are long enough for a 38 footer and CRV. And there is 50 amp service to the pull through sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was a nice place to stay. Not many RV's here but plenty of locals picnicking and fishing during the day. Has a campground host, nice man and knowledgeable about the area, directed us to the dump site when we left. Had a Verizon MiFi, fast strong signal and the Sprint phones worked well. What a great spot to relax and enjoy the area. Do watch out for the turnoff, surprised us, we approached from the west, second turnoff for Park, be watchful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lovely little county park two miles from old downtown. Paved level sites are water & electric only, public dump site one mile away. Pit toilet facility, no showers. Friendly and helpful camp host. Nice to see the locals use the day-use area, some even fish in the creek! Hospital helipad next door, but we only heard it once in three days. Look for the "RV Park" sign next to the hospital, or you will end up across the creek in the day use area. Groceries, restaurants, shops and gas within ten minute drive. Good signal for Verizon cell and aircard. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Typical KOA with dirt/gravel sites in between grass strips on some sites. There is an "outback" area with no sewer but a little more room for pull through. We were close enough (slide to slide) with our neighbor that we truly could have shared the salt and pepper at our dinettes. Good overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at the Jerome KOA for one night on our way to Colorado and Wyoming. The campground is located about a half-mile north of I-84 on US-93. Easy to find. The staff was friendly and accommodating. We were put in a pull-through site that was large enough to accommodate a 27' travel trailer and my Tundra with room to spare. Pads are gravel but there is grass as well and mature shade trees. The sites are fairly close together, but not as bad as in some other campgrounds I've stayed in. Showers and bathrooms were clean and located in the main building. The one drawback was the cattle ranch across US 93. At times when walking around, I got a whiff of cow manure. Luckily, with the trees this didn't affect us at our site. Wi-Fi was unsecured and worked well. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The pool and the cafe were closed as the season was over. I asked for a discount since we were now in the off season. She said she would give me a discount, so I guess the 38 a night was discounted. I had what appeared to be a nice long pull through until I had to unhook the toad and shuffle the motorhome back and forth and side to side until I could find a level enough spot without having to raise a tire off the ground. I thought it was just me until I watched a 5th wheel beside me having the same trouble finding a level enough area. Also watched two other motorhomes across from me with same problems. Previous posters are right about the watering. I got up early, made a cup of coffee, and went out to sit in my chair only to have to go in to change shorts and underwear after sitting in water. As I walked around I could easily see that the majority of sites were not level. Wonder why no one else has mentioned this. The only reason I didn't give this place a 1 rating is that the WI-FI was excellent, and we were parked right by the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Interior roads are Black Dusty Dirt. Corner turns tight. Only 2 =50 amp, sites in this park, told this by staff member. Trees are overgrown 2 or 3 on each site. Sites are not very wide. Lots of side by side sites . Park Next to busy Highway. Traffic noise at night. Staff did not return my pre-book call. This park waters grass at night with sites not being very wide, you will end up with water marks on your rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff. The sites were adequate for larger rigs and the WiFi was strong. The park was a bit dusty. They tried to squeeze the KOA standards into a smaller footprint than we've seen at other KOAs. However, we'd stay there again when visiting the Twin Falls area; as it is convenient to many of the attractions we were there to enjoy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pet friendly, which we appreciate since we travel with 3 labs. There is a fenced pet area for the pets, too. The negatives are that the sites are EXTREMELY close to one another. So much so that we were very happy we were only staying one night, both on the way to our destination and on the way home. If there was more room in the sites I would have given this a higher rating. We were also able to use our Good Sam discount, which reduced the rate from $37.42 to $34.65 per night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice KOA, Sights are close together, but level and clean. Our site had a concrete pad with the table on it. People in office were very helpful, led us to our site, and made sure we knew where all the amenities were located. Our site had plenty of room for our 33 foot fifth wheel and long bed truck. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff on check-in. This park is older, but well maintained. I was able to select the site that fit our needs. The sites were a bit close, but we were able set up without problems. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park has very friendly and helpful staff! In addition, the campground is pet and family friendly. We have been very pleased with our stay and will stay here again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We found the staff very helpful and friendly. The RV park is close to a noisy road, we asked to be moved and the staff were very prompt to find us another site away from the road. There is a hot tub and swimming pool. Park is close to Twin Falls town for restaurants, shops and we played golf in the canyon. Would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is well run with very helpful and friendly people. The location is very close to the Twin Falls if you need supplies. The sites are a little tight, shaded and have a nice grassy area that is shared with your neighbor. We were close to the road which is a noisy during the day but quieted down at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It has been maybe 10 years since we have been at this park and the new owners have kept the park fairly up-to-date. 44 of the sites are full hookup, pull-through sites. Of those, about 15 are 50 AMP. Since we knew that the cable TV system was limited (20 channels) we asked for and received a satellite friendly site. We had no problems getting WiFi at our site. Since a lot of sites are "treed", you may want to specify if you want to use your satellite. As other reviewers have mentioned, the park is well run, clean, and family oriented. There is a nice pool and a cafe serving meals. I imagine that these amenities are seasonal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very well run park. It was great to find this place after traveling all day. It was a safe and comfortable stop. They also have a cafe on site which had wonderful ice cream. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great pool and playground, activities everyday for children and adults, staff everywhere. I could go on about their attributes, but this group has their act together, and we have stayed in a lot of campgrounds. Great spot for a stop over or extended stay. Convenient location to local sightseeing and shopping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had camped here 2 years ago, and were not impressed, but same owners are continuing to improve the park. Nice grass between gravel sites. Verizon air card and phone service good. We were in end space #1 which had 2 tables, BBQ and fire pit. Good thing our friends were in #2 spot back to back as our slides were only about 1 ft apart! Park roads are dirt/gravel and can be very dusty especially in the #1 spot by the check in area. A good place to stay 2 nights to see the sights in Twin Falls area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I would not recommend this park. The WiFi is limited in speed because some have abused it. So now you can't go over 1mb speed. Unfortunately, for much other than email, it is totally worthless. Browsing any complicated website is impossible unless you bring a pillow to rest on while you wait. The cable TV signal was unwatchable on the local NBC channel. The audio was broken and there were many dropouts in the video. Almost like it was a bad satellite signal. The 50 amp power worked fine. The water faucet had a steady leak around where the handle goes into the base. Sites are gravel and there are many trees. The cost was $40 plus tax, which is way overpriced for a park of this vintage, with the amenities being in such bad shape. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice neat park with a pleasant staff. Great Wi-Fi but the cable was meager. Our site was level. There was some road noise from frequent beet trucks, but that has to be seasonal. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was probably a great park when RVs were smaller. The sites were very close and narrow. There was trees and shade and an ice cream social in the evening: lots of good things and friendly people. But the sites were small and that puts a damper on the rest of the park, I'm afraid. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice KOA but the sites are too narrow for rigs with slide outs. The first site we were assigned wouldn't work because the slide outs on the 5th wheel next door were over the line onto our spot. This is another of those strange door to door setups and you feel crowded. A large Class A parked adjacent to us and promptly took over the entire site laying claim to both tables and dragged a third in to cook on. These types of inconsiderate jerks make enjoying a park more difficult. Friendly staff, great food and the site seeing is second to none. We would stay here again if we could get a single site otherwise no. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My husband & I spent six nights at this campground. The owners were awesome as was the rest of the staff. The hot tub and the pool along with the grounds were immaculate. They have a little cafe on premise that had wonderful food. There are many attractions in this area that we enjoyed. We will return again and will definitely stay at this campground. This was by far our best campground experience, and we have been RVing for five years now. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice corner site. Lots of street noise. A must see are the Shoshone Falls. Dinner at the Tokyo Japanese restaurant was fantastic! A good place to stock up on the road at Costco. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park is in Twin Falls, not Idaho Falls. This park has a great dog run area. It is about 20' square and completely fenced in. It has toys for dogs to climb on and a bench inside. The pool was clean and perfect temperature. The space was wide enough that we were not too close to our neighbor. Friendly staff. We decided to stay an extra day or two. I would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A bit tight for a 45' motorhome, but we had no problem getting into our long site. Typical KOA amenities. Exceptional owners -- family friendly. Great food in the Outback Cafe. Be sure to visit Shoshone Falls and Perrine Bridge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a typical KOA with all the amenities they offer. However, the TV channels are somewhat limited and they had Wi-Fi issues when we were here, on and off. However, it is close to Twin Falls (5 miles). And close to a Flying J with a "truck wash". We had our RV washed there for $24. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A wonderful KOA. A mile north of the 84 Interstate and the city of Twin Falls. Full hook-ups and sites with just water and electric. Wifi worked great and cable TV. Large pull-thrus. Some 80' long. Shade trees and a creek and pond on the premises. Nice dog playground with equipment and grass, and a bench so you can sit and watch your fur-kid play. The family running this are some of the nicest people we have met. Very helpful. They will escourt you to your site and tell you how to get to all the activities around the city. We will stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As stated previously this is a regular KOA and is busy...we found the campground suited our one nite stay needs. There is an odor of cattle but it was not bad during our stay, and I should point out that you are camping in the middle of farming/grain growing country with lots of pastures around. The cattle are a natural part of life there. We would stay there again. We especially enjoyed the doggie park, very cute. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There is easy access for a 45' RV. Other than that, we were totally unimpressed. It's across the street from a smelly feed-lot. All gravel roads and sites. Wi-Fi didn't work at our site. For the price, especially in Idaho, you'd expect a nice club house, paved roads, landscaping. This place is just above "dump" status. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is just OK, gravel road and sites. Some concrete pads to step down on. TV only has about 20 channels, WiFi is good at site. Park Mgmt inconsiderate of guests, allows sewer maintenance truck in campground at 8:00 AM to pump sewer, VERY LOUD, running loud pumps for 15 minutes. Also a truck with chemicals drives slowly through grounds spraying chemicals on park roads from behind truck. Wind blows chemicals on you. Plus smell is foul. If there were another good park near Twin Falls would stay there instead. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed our night at this KOA. Sites seem to have very little privacy, but each has a picnic table and a little shade. Our kids enjoyed the warm, clean pool and the staff was very helpful. They were very accommodating to our early arrival and site change request. Bathrooms were very clean. Campground is definitely a little rustic and not fancy, a great place for a night or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park's sites had long pull-thrus with easy access. Most sites had concrete patios and some shade. The Cable TV was good as was the WiFi. It was the first time we had ever encountered good free WiFi service at our site at a KOA. The location of the park was convenient to Twin Falls' major shopping areas. One drawback to the location, however, was the noise from major construction going on adjacent to the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We expected good things of this park; however, it turned out to be rather shabby and forlorn. Weeds and dead shrubbery gracing paths with broken lighting led you to a defunct miniature golf course and an algae-ridden pond with two faded pedal boats; both of which were highly touted in the Trailer Life Magazine as nice amenities. The little dining shack in the back had an old man and teenage boy who never came out to see what you might want - they just hung out back in the kitchen telling jokes to each other. There were narrow sites and big trees to dodge around and the overnighters were stuck in the front next to a very noisy highway. A ludicrous hot tub stuck in the back of an old house in a room as small as a closet with no vents or opening windows. The pool had a very strange color to the water so we did not go in. The clerk in the office was very nice and had answered the phone nicely as well. We have spent a lot less for a lot more in many other parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thought this was pricey for the small, narrow sites. Staff was friendly and courteous. They changed our site with a smile when we asked. Restrooms and showers clean and functioning well. WIFI works well. OK for overnight. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It appears trees have been trimmed since last review. Wouldn't reccomend renting paddle boats for the little green lake out back. The cute dinner on site serves good food. Staff friendly. Good for over night stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is no longer a KOA. They didn't have any new signs up when we stayed - we had trouble finding it. The store/gift shop area appeared to have been recently stripped, but the change in ownership is almost a year old. Parking is all on grass, which is good unless it has been raining. Lots of permanent residents, especially in the back corners. Very tight corner getting out. We won't stay here again in our big rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A little on the high side. 23 dollars for 30 amp, water and no sewer hook up. $1.50 extra for Cable TV. They do have Big Rig sites, 70 feet long. They are next to the highway. Getting to the "Big Rig" sites. They need to do some branch cutting and make the interior roads wider. There are side by side sites. Very close together. Need to do some branch cutting there too. They don't have wireless internet but can pick up the Flying J truck stop near by. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Was not overly impressed but not much available in the area. It is a long ways to the Wal-Mart if you are thinking of spending the night there. The staff was helpfull with directions to stores. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
These folks have their act together! Excellent! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
An average KOA. A "guide" in a golf cart will lead you through the road maze to your site. Plenty of trees for some shade. Nice pool. We camped here in a camper.
[ 3 / 10 ]
Definitely a park for tents and very small trailers. With so many trees, you can not use your satellite dish. So, they charge you an extra $1.25/day to use their cable TV, which only has a few channels on it. The amount of sap that the trees put on my rig and car overnight is unbelieveable. 2 weeks later and I am still trying to get it off. Hook-ups are side by side so you and your neighbor share a common area which gives you no privacy. I won't go back-not even for a night. We camped here in a camper.
[ 3 / 10 ]
Typical, limited space KOA. Be careful that they don't slip a vehicle in behind you as there are two sets of hookups in one pull-through site. Most of the shelves in the store were empty. Possibly more seasonals than overnighters in this park. Convenient to I-15. We camped here in a camper.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Fairly clean but needed a little maintenance. Leaky facuets... We camped here in a camper.
[ 2 / 10 ]
I totally agree with the previous comments. Also...they are located in an industrial area near a railroad track. Avoid if possible. If not possible, look around for a Walmart. We camped here in a camper.
[ 3 / 10 ]
$38.50 per night and no cable and no reception with your antenna. They also charge to use the modem in the office. This is a park with most spaces taken by fulltime renters with run down trailers. The dump is located at the exit and if someone is dumping, you can't get out of the park. Extremely overpriced. Not recommended even for an overnight stay. We camped here in a camper.
Basically a gravel parking lot with very little space between sites. If your neighbor has slide outs, you'll be looking into their camper. Appear to be quite a few long-term tenants who are surely are not paying nearly $40 per night. Hosts are friendly. Park is directly adjacent to a highway but I didn't notice much noise. Might be different during the summer if you have open windows. This was a last-resort place for us due to weather and darkness. I don't think we will stay here again. There are other parks within 50 miles with more amenities and lower prices. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was disappointed by the park because I drove out of my way based on the web site promises. This is a small park, with tight and rather short spaces that aren't very level. I assume they have a pool and hot tub, but I never saw it. And the park is more like 10 miles from Twin Falls, not 5. But power and water were fine. Next time, I'll look for something closer to I-84. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This parks as no redeeming physical attributes. It is an open field with sites that are too close located near a noisy highway. The bathrooms and showers were OK but the doors on the toilets didn't lock. There was a bad smell in the area which could have been agricultural and nothing to do with the site. Our GPS couldn't find this address but the instructions on the web site worked well. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
At some point this campground may be OK but... right know they are doing a lot of work on the sites they offer limited parking sites maybe 17 the spots are very soft we are not able to level as the jacks just sink into the ground even using 15" pads. The cable and Wi-Fi are great as well as the hook ups. The park right now is very muddy in a month it should dry out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pretty nice RV park. Sites are wide enough for our slide outs and long enough so we didn't have to unhook the truck. The only reason I gave it a 6 is because the sites are so unlevel. It took one whole pack of leveling blocks to get us close to level. And we couldn't even get it even front to back but, as I said, we stayed hooked to the truck. The lady who checked us in was very nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a convenient park for visits to Twin Falls, or the Thousand Springs area towards Buhl. The sites are somewhat too narrow with the utilities actually located on the grass of the next site which puts the picnic table right near the utilities. Good interior roads that are capable of easy manueverability. The park is well run and well maintained and makes a good stop for a couple of days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park right off US 93. If you are looking for something convenient for an overnight stay while traveling on I-84, look at something else. This place is not an easy access from I-84. PROS: Nice, well maintained park. Cable TV is great. Laundry room was clean, in good condition, and reasonable. Good book trade. Nice shop in the office. Cons: WiFi is OK if you are close to the office, if not, you will need an extra antenna. Some sites don't have sewer hook-ups. Access to the dump station may require that you exit the park, and come from a different direction. Lady in the office helps people on the phone before she helps you. Overall, I think this is a nice place to stay, and I would stay here again, especially if I were planning a trip to Jackpot, NV. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Narrow spaces, but there is a tree at every site. They are long, gravel sites and about ten miles from Twin Falls. When in the area, try to see Shoshone Falls. It's beautiful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has 29 sites but only 17 with sewer. Get a reservation during summer months if you want sewer. Park is clean and well cared for. Gravel pads are mostly level. WiFi and cable TV are a big plus and work well. Nice park to stay for a quick visit to Twin Falls and surrounding area. Staff is friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park on the north west side of town. It's right off Hwy 93 coming in from Wells, NV. While right off the freeway, not much traffic noise at all. Easy access to the highway, staff is excellent. Good hook-up, power and WiFi. All sites are pull throughs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a keeper and I plan to return, for no other reason than the friendly and helpful staff. The park is clean, neat, but nothing special. Spaces are wide. Husband was impressed with the sparkling clean showers and bathroom. Also it's off the beaten path if your traveling the Hwy 84, but I feel it's worth the extra few miles. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just stayed at this facility and was very pleased. The RV host was extremely friendly and organized. The bathroom and laundry facilities were immaculate. I would definitely stay at his campground again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
We were swayed very heavily by reviews for this park over the local KOA even though we have a KOA card. My focus was on the reports of good Wi-Fi. We paid $27 for a w/e site. If you are heading east/west on 84 this park is somewhat out of the way. It is a snap if you are driving 93. The owner and his wife spent a good 20 minutes giving us detailed directions on how to get to the WinnCo grocery store (neat) and then to their park. The turn right to follow 93 south where it joins 30 is an attention getter. We enjoyed this park. It was clean, quiet, and the Wi-Fi worked great. The hot tub was still in operation but we did not use it. We decided to stay over 1 more day as a storm was moving in. We played the Muni golf course nearby, got propane and gas. On second day the Wi-Fi was virtually useless from 5PM to 7:30PM. There were more campers in the park and more users. I called the office and she admitted the system can become overloaded. Other than that I would stay here again. My wife noted that the washers were $1 and dryers were $.75 which she says is a good bargain. If you are headed west continue on hwy 30 to see some great views of water falls and the Snake River. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a nice park and has very friendly staff. It is just a quiet place to stay while on the road, do laundry and regroup. The Wifi worked well. The only problem is that this is a farming area and lots of dust in the air while tractors are working the fields. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice little park just off Highway 93, with easy access. The pull-through sites are large and level. The area is very quiet and peaceful. It is not a fancy resort, but a great place for an overnight, or to stop and see the area. The staff is very nice and helpful. We'll stop in again any time we're headed into Idaho. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was friendly & very helpful. Campground is nice & will be very nice when the trees mature. Sites are a little tight but are laid out so there is room for slides & awnings. All pull thrus. All services. Washrooms & laundry are very clean. Some hi-way noise during the day but quiet at night. We stayed there for two nights & would stay there again. Good Sam rate $34.50 We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small and generally quiet park with a good mix of pull-thru and back-in sites; few perma-rigs. Convenient to US-93 arriving from the south; 20 minutes to Twin Falls proper. Paved interior roads and generally level gravel sites. Sites are closely spaced and the gravel portion is not much wider than the rig with grass and small trees between sites. We were unable to open one of our front slides due to the small tree being too close. Nice pet-friendly area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice camp hosts. WIFI worked well. A bit expensive for what you get. The only real negative is that after dark, if the wind shifts out of the south, you get a real strong bovine aroma in the air. It is so much of an aroma, you cannot stay outside even if you wanted to. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, small clean park. Office is opened and closed at various hours. Parking directions on map do not work. The office was closed until 3:00pm. We arrived at 11:30am. We tried to register and pay at 3:30pm and the office was still closed. Finally we were able to pay. We would return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived after the office was closed and they were all set-up for us. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites are gravel spaces and have a grass area/picnic table/tree next to each. The Park is right off of the freeway, which is convenient but you can hear the humming from cars passing by. The bathrooms/shower area was very clean and warm. The Park is alright for young children for a couple of nights since it does have a small area to walk/run around in (with small pond, 2-hole putting green, and horseshoe pit) and it is not busy with RVs driving by your site all the time. There is also a jacuzzi to enjoy and a rare gem of a free and accessible computer with internet in the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We moved to this RV park after staying one night at the Oregon Trail RV Park, which was horrible. The weather was very bad so we stayed inside the RV. We experienced quite a bit of noise from the highway traffic, but the facilities were fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is located in farm land area away from the Hwy. Nicely landscaped and clean facilities. We enjoyed the local attractions along the Snake River. Not a lot of activities in the park itself, but I was able to ride my bike on paved roads in the area. And they had fresh and free apples, yummmm they were good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites were just okay but my issue was with the help. Telephone person very short and difficult when we were trying to get directions on how to get there. We had been driving around in circles which is not a norm for us. It is a confusing situation and Trailer Life Directory wasn't much help and neither was the woman on the phone. We were only there one night, but it isn't the type of RV park we would stay longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean quiet park. A bit remote to Twin Falls. Gravel sites were not very level. Great Muni Golf course within 5 mi. Great Senior rates of $15.00 for 18 holes. Very good shopping in Twin Falls. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice, clean and friendly park. Office staff is friendly and helpful. The sites are pull thru and the laundry is small but clean and attractive. Close to town, but a country atmosphere. The park is about 3 years old and the power and water are excellent. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very small RV park with the sites close together. There is a lot of road noise and we did notice the cow smell which was topped off with a crowing rooster. Upon check-in the manager told us she was trying to eat dinner but kept getting interrupted. We didn't know if we should let her finish her dinner before checking in or just go somewhere else. The internet worked well and the hot tub was clean and hot. As far as we noticed, we were the only people that used the hot tub. The showers were clean, however there was not a lot of water pressure. The RV park was clean and our pet received a treat when we checked in. Early in the morning, the manager came by and I waved at her and she looked the other way. For some reason we felt like we weren't welcome. Maybe it was just us. Overall, a nice place to stay overnight. We would probably look elsewhere before staying there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No surprises here after reading the posts. Staff friendly, park well maintained. You can smell the cows in the evenings, but that is Twin Falls now days. Stayed three nights and would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Newer smaller "cookie cutter" type of park. All sites are drive thru. Sites are 21 feet wide – not wide enough for today’s larger rigs. My slide out would of ended up under my neighbors awning if they would of not relocated me to another site. Located on highway 93 – a high speed highway – no noise buffer between the park and highway. Highway noise can be an issue if you like it quiet. Park is well maintained and clean. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good overnighter. Quiet. Similar comments as prior. Clean well cared for restrooms and laundry facilities. Secure restrooms. Friendly staff. I would return. Nice looking jacuzzi... didn't get a chance to use it. Gravel sites with grass between. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Free wi-fi! Sites are all long pull-thrus, gravel with good grass and trees that need a few more seasons of growth. Hot tub but no pool. Not all sites have sewer hookup, so be sure to ask if that's important. Cheerful, friendly staff, close to highways but no noticable road noise. 5 miles out of town, entrance from highway 93 a little awkward and not too well marked. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.