September 16, 2021 - reviewed by Steve G
Spent one night here in A6. A little downhill so we had to level up with wheel up in the back. Great park!!!
July 1, 2021 - reviewed by Brad
We started heading pretty far away from snake river and started getting concerned we were not going to like the location/camp site. We turned off the main highway and we were not optimistic at all. BUT, as soon as we started pulling up to the park and saw the blue on the GPS, we knew it was going to be at least decent. This has turned out to be the BEST park we have camped. We miss it already. We were at site A 01 and it had a yuge green area right in front of the camper and was the closest camp site for a walk to the lake (which is beautiful by the way). We enjoyed ourselves so much that we did not mind the long drives to Jackson, Grand Tetons, and Yellowstone. The west entrance to YNP in Montana had a great little town that provided a great lunch after our visit to the park. This is a MUST stay in my opinion if you have kids or dogs or both.
June 14, 2021 - reviewed by Bob s
Best RV Park We've Been In
This is definitely a little off the beaten path, but well worth the little extra travel. Beautiful campground right on a reservoir, hot showers, clean, well maintained. All RV sites are 50 to 100 ft apart so plenty of room for my neighbors. I found a laundromat just 6 mi away. All of this at half the price of other campgrounds in the area.
June 6, 2021 - reviewed by Jack Rutt
Very Nice Place
Clean and spacious. Great for kids. A bit off the main hwy, kind of why its so nice!
September 23, 2020 - reviewed by DiconJco
This park was built by the Army Corp of Engineers and is maintained beautifully by the county. The park attendant, Bob, is friendly and helpful. Lots of private spots that are beautiful. $25/night got full hookups is unbelievable!
September 5, 2020 - reviewed by Csp
Nice spacious sites with green grass and trees.
Pretty good access to Idaho Falls for day trips. Limited hiking and biking options.
August 1, 2020 - reviewed by B Gibson
I camped nine days here to visit with my grandchildren, and was fabulous. Beautiful, clean campgrounds. The managers were super helpful, and nice. The dam is perfect for swimming and fishing. Nice size spots to fit campers and rigs. Paved for easy leveling, and the place is safe, and patrolled by managers and staff, never worried about anyone bothering my bikes, chairs, and other personal items. It is just far enough out of town to be prime location to visit downtown Idaho Falls, Bear World, Yosemite, and more. Great location.
August 17, 2019 - reviewed by Ryan
Full hookups $25 2019. Loop A+B reservable by calling camp host. Loop C newer, not necessarily more desirable. Loop C first come, first serve. Most sites pull through. Sites on right hand side of one-way roads more desirable so your doorways match your campsite. (Left hand side, your doors open to street)
July 20, 2018 - reviewed by Marc
Thank You Juniper
Just arrived to this beautiful well maintained park. Called minutes before arriving and told a couple sites opened. We loved both sites. Shade, grass, paved, clean, quiet.
So far, we highly recommend this c/g.
July 3, 2018 - reviewed by Laura And Chad
Great Site For An Unbeatable Price
We've been staying at RV parks since Michigan and this one was by far the best! We called 2 hours before arriving and the camp host said we could pick any site that was open. Paved roads and campsites with shade and plenty of space between sites for privacy. Full hook ups and also tent camping sites available. They also have handicap accessible sites, which is great for those who need it. The area is well-maintained and has plenty of grassy areas. There was a fire pit and the restroom/shower combination was clean, spacious, and private. There isn't any soap in the bathrooms so bring your own to wash your hands. Very close to the dam and boat launch. If in this area again, we will definitely stay here!
May 16, 2018 - reviewed by The Canadians
What A Beautiful Park!
We stayed in the off season during the week and we basically had the entire park to ourselves. Called camp host on arrival and he told us to take any spot because there were only reservations for the weekend, we would be gone by then. Super nice camp hosts. Surrounded by wheat fields and mountains, there is an abundance of birds. We saw Ospreys, Bald Eagles and an owl. There is fishing and boating in the reservoir and I’d assume swimming too. You can bike or walk down to the docks but it’s downhill so most people drive and park their cars down there. Gas station down the road if you need anything and a really really small town called Ririe. This park was really beautiful and we would love to come back!
April 21, 2018 - reviewed by Traveling Twosome
Beautiful scenery and well-kept Park. Highly recommend.
September 20, 2017 - reviewed by WyoBob
It's The BEST
Easy access from the freeway (although driving through vast wheat fields you'll swear you're lost when you're actually within a mile or two of the camp ground). Some back in sites, some pull through. Huge sites, with picnic tables, full hookups, beautifully manicured lawns, lots of trees and privacy. The restrooms are spartan, but very clean. Each restroom is a large room with sink, toilet and shower, affording ultimate privacy. Best campground we've ever seen.
September 18, 2017 - reviewed by Paula
I would highly recommend. Full hookups in Loop C. Paved sites. You will like!!! View of river. Nice camp area.... "believe me"!
July 12, 2017 - reviewed by Dancing Deb
Large level black top spots. Pull in and back up. Lots of grass. Clean restrooms. No WiFi or cable but 18 channels with antenna. Verizon phone service 4 bars. $18/ night full hookups. Great value if you are in the area. On reservoir so boating and swimming.
June 20, 2017 - reviewed by Wolfie
Beautiful park, very spacious, no wifi or cable but over the air reception is outstanding, tmobile service is strong along with 4glte. Would definitely stay here again if I ever find myself in the area.
April 28, 2017 - reviewed by Stacy
Love this place. Spots are wonderful. Bathhouses are clean. Property manager so nice. Even a fire ring.if ever traveling to Idaho again would definitely stay here.
April 15, 2017 - reviewed by Shanda
Great Reliable Spot Close To Idaho Falls
This is a fantastic spot on your way through Idaho Falls or just away for a quick trip. There are plenty of RV spots and tent spots. Fishing is good. Verizon service is great but Sprint can be difficult. Water is turned off in the winter, we came middle of April and they had not turned it on yet. Power and Sewer are available. During the summer it does get quite packed because of its proximity to the river. Full Hookups are $18 a night. Cheaper for no hookups and tents. Plenty of accurate information online as well.
August 1, 2015 - reviewed by Tom
We like this park...good access, close to water for boating and swimming...some nice shade trees.....friendly camp host