July 14, 2020 - reviewed by Bill
Picked The Wrong Campsite
Stayed here 3 days. Visited the Three Islands Park site 1/4 mile down the road - wish we had stayed there instead, even without the convenience of septic. Three Islands Park has less wind, more shade, more space, paved sites, fire pits or standing grills. They have 2 dumps, so trade the sewer for a beautiful stay.
October 16, 2018 - reviewed by The Gray Ghost
Just a place to park
Clean with hookups, hard to tell what is road and what’s parking spots and not lot of traffic noise but there is a lot train horns
August 8, 2018 - reviewed by Carole B
Beautiful & Peaceful
Nice adult campground tucked between the winery/vineyards and the golf course. Only 16 sites with trees and grass. Only complaints are that it is wide open with no security so that anyone can drive in from the highway and there is no WiFi or cable.
August 8, 2018 - reviewed by G. Mimms
This RV Park is situated between the Crossings Winery and the Golf Course. Our spot #4 was next to the 4th hole. Very peaceful and beautiful. Not for children. But for adults who like wine and/or golf, this is lovely. The only drawback is no mngt on site and sites are a bit confusing. Am surprised more folks don't take advantage of this beautiful and inexpensive spot through Idaho.
August 14, 2015 - reviewed by Grace
Quiet And Nice And Simple!
Loved this campground. I liked that is was quite, well there is a train in the background but couldn't hear it inside Rv. Lots of spaces only us and one other camper. We could ride our scooter they town for dinner and breakfast. I had a nice jog in the morning. It's next to a golf course, vineyard and state park, little town but had all we needed for overnight and it was quite!