August 17, 2021 - reviewed by Craig Vanderland
5 Stars Minus 2 For Out Of State FEE
Currently staying in Gilmore Loop. Fantastic sites, shaded, quiet, clean, everything you'd want. Figured I'd book another couple of nights in September when I found out they now double the price for non residents. Shameful, especially since they also doubled the annual idaho park pass. My two day stop will now be in Montana with no stops in Idaho for gas, food, etc. Very short sighted move!!!
July 28, 2021 - reviewed by Raptor Off Road Adve
Great but Expensive For Out State
Great campground. Big spaces and lots of room between neighbors. $78/ night for full hookups if your out of state resident. I’d do it again since the park is so nice and it helps maintain the park. Hit up the store at hwy 95 before heading in. (4 miles away) They have groceries, hardware and liquor. We had problems with the 30 amp pedestal, so I had to run back down to get a 50 amp adapter.
August 3, 2020 - reviewed by Scott F
Clean park, great scenery, beautiful lake and awesome swim beach.
Only downside is from Gilmore Loop it is a LONG downhill walk to the swim area.
September 3, 2019 - reviewed by Tony
Kiwis from Down Under
Loved our stay here. Excellent. one of the best State parks we have visited in the USA over the last 8 summer's . Everything is as others have said. Kiaroa
July 3, 2019 - reviewed by Till We Meet Again
Nice Space, Wilderness And Camping
This is a very nice campground. Well run, with wide open campsites. It is huge so beware when letting kids run around, they may get lost. The hookups, check in and services were great. No complaints. We had a great little bike ride and hike around the park, and I think we could have gone longer! There is a lot to explore here, so stay longer than one night!
Unfortunately we were ready to travel on and didn’t stay long. Hope to next time.
July 31, 2018 - reviewed by JenH
This place has great trails for hiking and biking as well as a fun beach for the kids.