August 10, 2022 - reviewed by F Jones
This park is a city(I think) park right outside of town. Easy to get to everything downtown Twin Falls. There is no one to greet you or guide you to your site, so pay attention to the site number you reserved. It is a steep drive down into the park and a sharp left turn. Overall it was very quiet, except the birthday party that went on all day Sunday. Grass, minimal shade, mostly level sites. Water and electric only and they do not have a dump station. Looked like they had a few long timers, but not many.
June 15, 2021 - reviewed by RCB ,
Sign Posted "RV Park Full"
I was turning around when someone coming out of the park told me that it was 'B.S.', that the host just put up the sign to discourage people from coming in. True enough, there were maybe ten sites unoccupied. I did not stay. Very close quarters. No privacy. Cute park though.
June 7, 2021 - reviewed by JakeDonna Meyer
Great Little Oasis
All the preceding reviews tell it all. Only want to add that the turn off Addison Street is not well marked. Garmin got us there, spot on.
June 6, 2021 - reviewed by Michael
Nice RV Park
We stayed here 3 nights, only $20 a night. Good location to see the Twin Falls area from. We stayed in the last pull through site. It has water and 30 and 20 amp service. The pit toilets where clean and not smellie. Nice walking trail along the creek. Park service changed the trash bags in the cans every morning we where there. Steep one-way road down to the campground and another out. Dump station is about 2 miles away and has two lanes. With both potable and non potable water. The time we where there it was busy, with only a few sites staying empty every day. 15 day stay max. Would stay here again if in the area.
June 1, 2021 - reviewed by Harpo
Quiet Park and Super Price
Back-ins are first spots you come to. Pull throughs further down one way road. First spots have some shade trees, others in open. Plan on exiting and reenter if you want to scope out all spots. Self check in cash or check. Twin Falls has everything but nothing is close. Trail along creek does not go anywhere and ends. Disc golf course and many fishing in creek. Pit toilets smelled super bad.
May 6, 2021 - reviewed by MeanGene
Great Little Place
First come first serve. Sketch one lane road in. Beautiful stream running through it with green grass and walkways. Super nice park. Both back in and pull through sites. Some smaller and some bigger. Bathrooms were clean. We stayed for one night but could’ve easily stayed more. Just wasn’t in the plans.
Would’ve given 5 stars but the motorhome in #17 had a barking dog most of the night. We were able to drown out the noise. But it barked until after midnight sometime.
October 18, 2020 - reviewed by R.K. Owen
Once you descend the scary one lane road into the park you find a nice green park with a creek flowing through it.
You only have an electric & water hook-up. The dump station is a mile away in a neighborhood. The cell phone service is touchy in some spots, but if you go past the camp host site you shouldn't have problems.
I enjoyed our 3 days in Twin Falls hiking in the Snake River Canyon and seeing the various falls, and hiking around this park also. Twin Falls had everything we needed. Would stay here longer.
September 25, 2020 - reviewed by Gasolinebutt
Sweet Gem Of A Park
No electric issues for us or any sites on lower end. Plenty of big and small rigs. Water and electric at site. Free dump nearby. Looks a little sketchy on turn in road to park, sweet surprise at park. Ignore campground full sign as they don't change it. $20 night.
August 18, 2020 - reviewed by PawPaw
Nice little park peaceful and quiet. Only issue was with electricity and on 50 amp service, we could only run one air conditioner in 100° heat. If we turned on the second air conditioner or the microwave or the toaster oven it would trip the breaker immediately. Found out quite a few others were having similar issues and spoke to a park employee who told me they've had issues for some time with every third site for some reason. Also at times the main breakers would trip for the entire park. He also said that they plan to rewire the park this winter but unfortunately does us no good at this time.
August 9, 2020 - reviewed by Pat &Kent
Great little park. Stayed here 6 nights. Clean, pretty quiet, much cooler in this little canyon with swift Rock Creek flowing through. Definitely would stay again. No dump station but a free one close by.
August 17, 2019 - reviewed by Tony
Kiwis From Down Under
Becky says it all . a fantastic place to stay 4 nights 4 us inexpensive with walks n biking great river and cool near shops by and the sights. dump station near by
August 3, 2018 - reviewed by Becky
Quiet, Clean And Scenic
Loved our stay here. $20 a night for electric and water. Lots of grassy areas, wide spots and almost no one else camping there. Very clean park. There's walking trails and a playground area for kids that is located far enough away from the camping area that any noise from the kids can't be heard in the camping area. Dog friendly. Very quiet yet well located within minutes of shopping and entertainment. Would definitely stay here again
September 14, 2017 - reviewed by Nancy & Larry Schatz
This was a great find...the price was super and the park is extremely clean, quiet and the hosts are very friendly. Would definitely stay here again! Only improvement would be the directions on this site are incorrect. We saw a sign along the 30 and that's how we found it after going to the location indicated on the site.
August 20, 2017 - reviewed by Trixie
No Tent Camping
Website says there is tent camping but after speaking to host she said absolutely NO tent camping.
July 13, 2017 - reviewed by Jake M
Nice Quiet Park
I would give it 5 Stars if it had a dump station. The other thing is to watch carefully for the turn off into the park it is not well marked. The sign off the side of the road is white with steel Wheels On Top. 50 amp service is on sites 24 through 28. Well worth the money for a quiet Park
October 14, 2015 - reviewed by Shayna
Great deal! We had a 31 ft class c. Free dump station down the road a mile.
October 2, 2015 - reviewed by John VanB
Nice Inexpensive County Park
Has 50 and 30 amp electric, and water. Pull throughs and back in sites. The entrance and exit road is a bit steep, narrow and has tight turns but we managed it with our 40 foot 5er. Smaller rigs no problem. Camp host is very nice and $15 a night is a good deal. The vault toilets aren't terrible but the other review is spot on. They're crazy tall!
September 11, 2015 - reviewed by B.
Small Park, Pretty Setting, Wrong Name
This is Rock Creek RV Park, NOT the same as Rock Creek Park which is the day-use park just west of it. The RV park is down the hill from the road, so it's quiet. My only complaint, and it sounds funny but is really a nuisance, is that the vault toilets are a foot too tall to be comfortable. And I'm a tall person!