Three Islands Crossing State Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
An oasis in the high desert
This beautifully green park is a delight. It has ample sites and some are even doubles, with 2 electric hookups and 2 water faucets, so you can get it if you want a lot of space or if you have a friend with you. And it doesn't even cost twice as much!
Roads are all blacktop; sites in the 1-48 area are gravel; the 49-82 area has blacktop sites. The picture shows water on a site; that isn't a pond.
You can reserve sites for $10 additional; unreserved sites are available for 1 night only. It is an honor system, so if you don't reserve a site you pay by cash or check at the drop box at the gate. Sites 43-47 are not reservable. Sites 2, 3, and 4 are 50 amp sites. Each site has a picnic table and all are pretty level. The bathrooms are very clean and modern and ample.
There is a large green space in the center of each of the sections. It is just up the road from Carmela RV Park and I can't imagine why you would stay there instead of here.
This is the point where the Oregon Trail crossed the Snake River and there is a visitor center that is open from Thursday to Sunday on site.
Regular price is $23.32 for a single site, $40.38 for a double. Senior camping is half price Monday thru Thursday. Great place and very soothing.