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Lava Hot Springs KOA 100 Bristol Park Lane nestles on 15 acres east of town. The most popular RV sites back up along the beautiful Portneuf River with full hook ups. Several tent sites have electrical outlets, and …Moreevery site has a fire pit and picnic table. Year round glamping is an unbeatable experience with nine newly custom built year round cabins and only a short walk to the “World’s Famous” Sulfur free hot springs. Less
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We were here with a group of other RVers and really enjoyed this park. In the heat of late July, we all appreciated the large shade trees. Sites are decent sized and the staff is very friendly.
The best part is that it's just a...More
Friendly, helpful staff. Clean bathrooms and showers. Playground for kids. Small fenced in area for fur babies to run. Some people complained of the train and freeway noise. We didn't mind it. The river is right there at the campground. Lots of shade trees. Loved...More
Between the trains, the loud music from group camping, and the motorcycles spinning around the campsite, earplugs are a necessity if you actually want to sleep. Wifi didn’t work on the east side of the campground. The bathrooms on the hill were a mess. Many...More
We stayed in a deluxe cabin overlooking the river and the mountain. So beautiful!! The cabin was so cute and clean. Huge back deck with a gas fire pit and bbq grill. I wish we would have booked for longer. Riley helped us decide which...More
KOA asks top dollar. They do not provide passable WiFi and their showers have no room to hang anything. Try taking a shower, keep your clothes dry and then dress with no hooks or room to move. I have stayed in many parks- KOA’s are...More