RV Parks & Campgrounds


Lake Walcott State Park State Parks

3.5 Stars 3.5 -  4 Reviews  $
(208) 436-1258
959 E Minidoka Dm
Rupert, Idaho
         

Information

Sites
Total: 22, Elecwater: 22, Max RV Length: 60 ft

Amenities
Water, Electric, Tents, Picnic Tables, Restroom, Dump Station, Fishing, Campfire, Playground


Reviews

September 13, 2022 - reviewed by Rick
3.0 Stars   $21
Pretty Lake
Normal camping rate is $29, but if over 62, you only pay half that (Mon-Thurs nites only) + daily rate of $7 if no Idaho state park pass, even for out of state. That camping rate is for out of state folks, in state $28. Pretty area and lake, but very buggy, at least this time of year. lots of mosquitoes on top of the flies and other small flying bugs. Large spots, plenty of room, but only 23 spots with electric and water (not yet turned off). However, restrooms at the RV CG closed due to a water pump breaking, so no showers or toilets there - just porta potties, with lots of flies. There is a restroom about 200 yards away in the day use area, though. Easy to find a spot without having to reserve online this time of year, at least during the week - just showed up on a Monday and about 1/2 the spots open, and that was around 3pm. Would give a higher rating if all facilities working.

November 2, 2019 - reviewed by Sullivanclan
4.0 Stars   FREE
Nice State Park
Limited November services. Had electrical, but water shut off. Bathrooms still unlocked, super clean and heated. Quiet. A bit dated with old faded wooden signs and picnic tables. Came across birds, deer and porcupines. Pricey for off season and limited services. "Visitor center closed weekends." Nice for a quick stop overnight. About 12 miles off of freeway.

August 31, 2018 - reviewed by C And J
5.0 Stars   $30
Awesome Place
Holy cow! Gorgeous! So much water it's like being on the ocean. This place is also a national wildlife refuge, so there are critters everywhere. The camp spots are normal with full hookups, there's quite a lot of shade at points during the day. RV spots are close to water and walking paths. The paths go all over this place, you could walk all day and barely take the same one twice. Huge park areas with rock retention walls that have stairs built in. Huge trees, mossy areas, birds, raccoons, owls, deer, it's amazing. Bathrooms are decent but there's a lot of tent and day spots that use them. We will definitely be back though. There's so much to see and watch. And the water is perfect for paddle boarding, kayaking, boating, fishing, playing... It's nice. Can't say that enough, full 5 stars and then some.

April 19, 2017 - reviewed by Carolyn Edwards
2.0 Stars   
This is a pretty park but the website is very misleading. We were here on April 19 and electricity is ALL you get. All bathrooms,showers, water to pump station is shut off.


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