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All reviewspancake breakfastindustrial areadog runpull throughssnake rivernice gift shoptravel trailerclean restroomsbusy parkpermanent residentspicnic tableswalk areaeasy accessshort staynice amenitiesgreen beltpool and hot tub
We were on our last leg to Oregon from SouthCentral Alaska It was 2 weeks of one truck pulling a 30 ft rv and my truck pulling a 16 ft storage trailer with 3 large dogs. The park is stunningly beautiful. We had a wonderful...More
From the staff to the park layout, Snake River is a nice place to stay. This was a KOA park, but now under private ownership. My one gripe is that the sites are very close to one another. I couldn't work with my electricity or...More
Maybe overrating with a 3. People in the front office are very nice. They offer a $3 as much as you can eat pancake breakfast. Pool and playground for kids. Negative: needs MOWING AND EDGING, full timers and overnighters are mixed together. Motorcycles are loud....More
We stay here every year and we love it! The staff is amazing and so helpful and kind. Campground is clean and has a lot to do for kids and dogs. We will keep coming back! We are looking forward to our next trip.
In April 2018 I spent a week at the Snake River RV Park and Campground in Idaho Falls, ID. The park is great with a very friendly and capable staff. In addition, the park's handyman, Shawn, used to be an rv technician and he is...More
Response from Al47Canmore_ab | Reviewed this property |
Hi Cindy: We always make reservations during the summer months in high use areas, particularly near weekends. When we were camping between Boise and McCall off Highway 55 in BLM sites we made no reservations because few take... More
Hi Cindy: We always make reservations during the summer months in high use areas, particularly near weekends. When we were camping between Boise and McCall off Highway 55 in BLM sites we made no reservations because few take them. Some of our best was when we had sites entirely to ourselves right near the Payette river, We are in a 20 foot motorhome, so can get in these tight little areas, you probably can't. Our favorite in the area of McCall was McCall RV resort a G7 facility, you can't beat that one - 10 out of 10. Enjoy yourselves. Cheers Alvin.