September 27, 2019 - reviewed by Julie
Quiet, Shady but Lacking In Restrooms
The grounds are well kept with many trees and pull through sites. No fire pits but a large pit with swing seats. Nice pond and trail close by along the river. Owners were gracious. Tiny store with helpful RV items. Laundry area was a big plus. Restrooms were very clean, but there is only one stall in each or one toilet for women and one for men, which was not enough even during off peak season. The shower looked nice. Flies are a problem and irritating but it’s camping. Cow pasture close was not a huge deal at first but after 8-10 hours it was pretty bad and I am used to the smell of manure. Price was great, though.
June 29, 2019 - reviewed by Norene
Quiet And Convenient
Twin Falls was full over pre 4th of July weekend so we called this park after office closed and they answered! Super nice hosts and very accommodating. A little hard to find when westbound but easy to continue on route at checkout. Nice shady and quiet spaces. Only minor issue is to be careful of sprinklers that are almost impossible not to roll a tire over when parking...but we are RV newbies towing a 38’ 5th wheel beast. Apparently host hubby makes homemade batter waffles every morning for the guests, but we didn’t partake cause we are watching carbs and didn’t want to be tempted. Pet friendly, no breed restrictions as long as non aggressive. No sewer hook ups on sites but easy dump station on property.
May 15, 2019 - reviewed by Scott
Great Hidden Gem
After a long day on the road we pulled into this hidden gem. Roomy spaces with lots of shade, very clean restrooms and shower just what we needed. Jessica was working and was super friendly and answered all our questions. Will put on list of places to camp at again.
October 10, 2018 - reviewed by Gonroven
We've been on the road for 7 weeks and have not stayed in a park as nice as this! The hosts are amazingly friendly and the property is beautiful. Trees everywhere. Decorative garden and fountain with grass all around. The sites are mostly pull through and the roads are well prepared gravel. We planned on staying one night but have decided to extend. Thank you to our hosts for a beautiful experience. Oh, 30 amp, water, sewer and decent wifi.
August 28, 2015 - reviewed by Larry Moore
Boise River Eagles
Our club Stayed there several times but the last time we stayed we ask the owner if he would open up the covered shelter so we could use it for cards but he refused, said he would for a fee... Bottom line, he could of cared less.. The flys were terrible too, to many cattle feed lots close by. Our club has passed the word to don't waist your time or money going there.