July 18, 2020 - reviewed by Vancampo
Nice Recreation Area
We had problems finding it using the edited pin mentioned in the last review. This was because there are signs out on the main roads but none once you get a few roads in. I changed the address to Milner Loop Road because the campsites are all on that road. I also changed the city from Idaho Falls, which made no sense, to Burley which is closest. Also, added a link to the BLM website which has a map of the site https://www.blm.gov/visit/milner-historic-recreation-area. We enjoyed it. Our site wasn't quiet because our neighbor ran a gigantic generator 24/7. The area is laid out in a series of pull offs from Milner Loop, with each pull off having several designated campsites. It takes a while to drive the entire area and checkout all the sites. We came on a Friday in July and the locals had the best sites tied up. We found a few empty in the last pull off, but no shade at those. The Oregon Trail runs through the area and there is a nice, new paved walk that follows alongside it.
May 18, 2020 - reviewed by Daniel Comp
Super quiet but impossible to find
After an hour driving gravel and mud washboard roads through country farmland we found the boat ramp in the dark.
This place is so quiet that our water pump is alarming.
Milner Dam Boat Ramp
Unnamed Road, Hazelton, ID 83335
We've updated the push pin to one of the campgrounds rather than the center of a large rec area.
Considering the current lockdown this place is not just a bargain but a pretty safe quarantine not far from resources.
June 16, 2019 - reviewed by Santana Rving
Clean, trash, vault toilets, only $5 a night. Stayed here in our 45ft toyhauler. We would stay here again. Verizon and att service