September 5, 2021 - reviewed by Jeremy
They Have 1st Come, 1st Serve Sites
If you get lucky, you can get a spot without a reservation, but you can only stay one night. There was a nice 4-mile hike connected to the campground, where several gents could be seen wading in the river quietly fly-fishing. Bath-house was clean, and I think even a day use camper who was just passing through could easily park and rinse off, if needed.
There was a massive, twisted willow tree in the picnic area. Never seen a bigger willow.
November 2, 2019 - reviewed by Big Al’s Airstream
Great Sites On River
Traveling from Portland to Boise in November there are not many parks open. We stayed one night right on river for $24. The restrooms were closed for the season and no water but very grateful for 50 amp on a freezing night. Ice and firewood available by honor system.
Very beautiful park!!
September 11, 2017 - reviewed by Heather
This ended up being a great campground! Very reasonable rates for hookups ($22) and dry camping ($10). Plus there were nice hiking trails that leashed dogs are allowed on.
July 17, 2016 - reviewed by Cdc
Excellent State Park!
The camp hosts and park rangers were kind and helpful! The river and open areas were great for the kids to play in! Bring tubes and float down the river!