July 3, 2020 - reviewed by Erin Worley
Large Quite Campground
We stopped here for a short stay on our way home. The campground had a nice beach with a picturesque back drop on the Snake River. Very family friendly. Nice paved walking trail to the dam. The kids got a kick out of how many grasshoppers there! They were all over the trail..it was fun to see all the different types. It does get windy so swimming sometimes is not an option with the wind kicking up the sand. This place is truly in the middle of nowhere be prepared with have no reception. All and in all it was a nice, family friendly KOA with great fishing, swimming and alittle play area.
December 26, 2018 - reviewed by Nick Backman
Owned By Whitman County
This park is owned by Whitman county and now they have selected new koa operators. Has a motel, restaurant and store.
July 17, 2018 - reviewed by Lookout
This park is no longer a Corps of Engineers site. It became a KOA this spring. The site is lovely, with boat ramp, swim beach, playground, dock, access to biking/hiking trail along river and some sites have lovely shade trees. There are a few cabins also. The trees on the South Loop are very small and it’s quite a hike to the bathroom. The main downside is the bathroom. There are 2 stalls and 1 shower for women in the entire campground. The staff also told us we were unable to use most of the wifi in the park because the former owners didn’t give them the passwords. Hello? Ever thought of calling the service provider and having them reset? You are paying for a service that doesn’t work? We also encountered people partying well past 11 pm quiet hours. Management told us they are adding security patrols at night to address this.