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
Excellent municipal park – quiet – among the trees and lots of green grass
Most recent stay was June August 18, 2019 ~ We camp in a Little Rig "Tear Drop” style RV w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area
We reserved site 82 (a long pull-thru site) through Reserve America, an easy process; had a 30 amp electrical and water hookup. There is a dump station on site at the top of the hill as you exit the park. Campground set up in an oval loop with rv sites on the outside and restroom/shower building in the middle – easy access. Green grass and shade trees everywhere, an open and airy campground with ample room between sites – no crowding here. Well cared for, grass was cut, trees provided ample shade, paved roadways and site pads. Each site has a nice aluminum picnic table and fire pit and all sites good sized – a very relaxing atmosphere. RV dump station at the top of the hill when exiting is easy to access and use. Restroom/shower building needed some TLC and showed its wear lacking general maintenance. It was clean inside but it ended there. Would have rated this park a 5 star but because of the lack of maintenance in the restroom/shower building it gets a 3 star.
This is beautiful
Open and green, very well cared for, pads a level, water and electricity, sites are spacious, lots of shade. Restrooms are modern and clean.
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.