Snake River RV Park & Campground
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
We are Snowbirds and stayed here over night on our way back to Canada, open year round which is nice as it is sometimes hard to find an RV PArk open in March. Nice park easy access off I-15, sites are large and easy to drive into and out of park. Close to shopping and fuel stations. Staff was very friendly. Will use this as an overnight from now on when traveling back north from Az.
Stayed as an overnight stop.
Very nice ladies in office and easy pull through to park our big rig.
Con: had to pay extra for our dogs.
Pretty park, big trees!
OPEN YEAR ROUND!
Very nice and accommodating staff. Ample room to maneuver Big Rigs with pull-thru spaces.
Gravel pads but level enough.
Located near the center of town and bike paths. Nice place to stay for a day or 2. Go to Bear World 20 minutes away. Good pancake and sausage breakfast for $3.00 / kids $1.50
Like airline economy seats
The people were friendly but if you don't like cramped spaces and high prices then find
Level gravel sites, clean, staff very friendly, easy access from the highway and fuel. Nice pancake & sausage breakfast ($4).
Stayed 3 nights, $44 night with Good Sam.
Friendly staff. Not elegant but very nice. Every space has full hookups. Recommended
EXCELLENT RV PARK WITH ALL THE AMENIDIES
Former KOA park with 10 Kamper cabins. Excellent park, well cared for with everything a family would like when staying for the weekend, pool, hot tub, play ground, horseshoes and basketball. Lots of well maintained grass, plus showers & restrooms are clean and up to date. Level sites with shade, table & fire ring. Would stay here again. Stayed here in a fifth wheel.
Right on the Snake River
Interesting pricing; we paid $2 extra for a pull thru site. Makes sense. We wanted to spend the night someplace that had wifi and showers. Wifi works well. I am sitting at the picnic table writing this. Lots of trees. Small store. We also did laundry last night; the dryers are s-l-o-w; not very hot. Bathrooms are okay; not exceptional either way. It is on the edge of town and very quiet, except for the air conditioners going in RVs.
If you come this way from Yellowstone, be sure to take the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway and stop for both the upper and lower falls. Also stop at the fish overlook; bring some bread and throw it to the trout there.