September 15, 2018 - reviewed by Ron
Very Nice Campground
We stayed here September 13th thru 16th, 2018. Cost $20 per night. All pads are level concrete with picnic tables also on concrete pads. Highway noise isn't a problem unless you use the sites next to the highway. We stayed at site 12 and you could barely hear the highway. Verizon 4G with five bars. Nice one mile walking path around the lake, playground for kids, marked area for swimming in the lake, tennis courts, basketball court, fishing, and very friendly Staff. Easy to pick up local TV station over antenna. Bob's Kwik Stop is close by and has an RV dump for$5. It could be a tight fit for a large Class A but our 30 foot Class C had plenty of room. Manwaring Handmade Cheese is on the road as you drive into the park and their cheese is delicious! Close to the town of Rigby, ID and restaurants for dining out. We would definitely stay here again. It's a Country park so you will encounter people other than campers using the facilities but it wasn't a problem.
July 18, 2018 - reviewed by Rob
Nice Place Good Price
20 dollars a night you get a nice spot on the lake with power and water. We only stayed one night but enjoyed the walking path around the park and the lake. Looks like they just recently upgraded the rv pads as they all looked like newer cement. Very level and the lake was very busy. Freeway was near the park but from are sure you could barely hear it
September 25, 2017 - reviewed by Ron Wyoming
Nice Place Great Value
This is a beautiful campground. That said I don't think I would want to camp here except in the off season. Despite abundant signage prohibiting walking dogs thru the campground, locals ignore that rule and do so anyway, many off leash and doing as they please. Campers are permitted to have dogs in their site on leash.
August 18, 2017 - reviewed by Stan
Can't beat the price. Sites with concrete pads around the lake shore. Super friendly and helpful gate attendant. The only downside is constant hi-way noise.
August 16, 2017 - reviewed by Jack Pelletier
Very nice , roomy, inexpensive.. only $15 per night. 50/30 amp. Good tasting water. All sites has clear lake views. Only drawback is that there is no sewer service. Stayed two nights highly recommend campground.
July 26, 2017 - reviewed by Jeff
A nice location, but you get what you pay for. One would think that a camp on the edge of town would have PLUMBING, and not outhouses like a remote USFS wilderness campground.
But the lake is nice, if not very busy. Seems more like a day use area where the campsites were an after-thought.
June 18, 2017 - reviewed by Coyote
Oh my gosh! How could u ask for anything more for $15? 5 stars all the way!