July 20, 2023 - reviewed by Jack Mowery
Electricity- Lots Of Outlets, 30A Only
Campground (Eagle Cove) was only OK. I arrived after hours so there was no place to pay by card. No real problem, I can go by one of the manned pay stations in the morning. My problem was with the electric hookups at all the sites. They are the older 30-amp outlets (2 blades and a ground pin) rather than 50-amp (3 blades and pin) which is the only 220v cord/connection I have on my bus. Fortunately I can run most of my RV on a 110v connection.
EDIT: The Broken Wheel campsites are mixed 30/50A outlets.
May 17, 2021 - reviewed by Hamlet
Quite, Dry, Trees Dying
Don't know if it's a budget issue, poor planning, just same o'l government inefficiency, found out that during the week days that one of the camping loops are not available, due to planned maintenance, grounds care? There's really no reason why this state park couldn't be better, grass and trees shouldn't be nonexistent. Irrigation water is available but not well planned or laid out properly for doing just trees, with the sandy soil a person could just bury the irrigation water lines almost by hand. Something that a camp host could certainly do during the early summer mornings until completed. State parks department surely must have a trenching machine to use,
May 6, 2019 - reviewed by wishfrog
Buggy And Cramped, But...
Closest of Bruneau's two campgrounds to the dunes and the small lake. The lake makes it quite buggy, but also provides the superior birding experience. The campground has a parking lot feel to it, but sites are pull-through. Despite the birding we chose to camp at Wagon Wheel.
October 5, 2018 - reviewed by Erin
Great Place, Horrible Bugs
This campground was terrific. The sites were level and wide with lots of gravel, electric and water, picnic tables, trees, etc. The bathrooms were clean and the showers were free. However, the flies, gnats, mosquitoes, and moths were awful.