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If you like your awning touching your neighbor and extremely slow wi-fi, this park is for you. Better bet to go two miles down the road to another park. Kamping World has thee slowest wi-fi in any park I stayed at and not many cable stations either. On Sunday they started mowing at 8 and did not stop till 2. Ugh. Showers were hot and fairly clean. Water pressure is not good.

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Clean sterile park. No shade or privacy. Lots of wind. Rock trucks go in and out starting at 6am. Really noisy. Great wi-fi and water pressure.

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The park is very nice. The hot spring pools are fantastic. The hiking around the park is great. BUT, they put me in a pet friendly cabin. It was the most disgusting thing I've stayed in for years. I went to the desk to get another and there were not any left. They said it was a rustic cabin. The furniture in it would have been rejected by the Goodwill. It was filthy. There was soap in the shower and the previous campers garbage under the sink. The refrigerator didn't work, the shower door did not close. There was dog waste surrounding the cabin. The bathroom floor was disgusting and I wouldn't take my shoes off on the carpet as you can tell it was pet friendly. Stay away from cabin 5: I'm not kidding. I would return with my RV and use my own shower, not theirs. It's a great time to go as we had the pools to ourselves and spent a lot of time there as with no TV, no cell phone and no internet, there is not a lot to do. Oh yeah, if you're "slumming" in the pet friendly cabin, which is $75.00 with the pet, you can't have their continental breakfast, so please don't walk down there, you'll be locked out of the lobby. Again the grounds and pools are nice, but the cabin and bathrooms need a health inspector.

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I met the new Manager upon check in and she was quite friendly. She informed me she worked for a new owner and told me things were under construction and that they had loads of changes in store. They were putting in a jumping pillow out front and a new net on their tennis court while we were there. I can't wait to go back in July. I found the park pretty nice. The front spaces are sort of close to the road, but the back of the park has huge spots, brand new picnic tables and some sites even have cedar furniture in them. I think this park will soon be the best in the west.

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This is a small campground next door to a large casino. They don't take reservations. You are told to show up, pick out a site and go to the hotel to pay. My receipt showed 25 but I was charged 30 for the night and told they hadn't updated their computer since the new owners took over. Its a clean campground with some very old travel trailers parked on the perimeters. There is a small very hot laundry room in the campground. It's right on the highway, so there is a bit of road noise. The pool is very very small. The restaurant serves beer and wine and very terrible food. Of the three of us, none of us liked our meals and the server didn't really care when we told her. I'd stay away until you hear they have a new chef. At $15.00 for a porterhouse you would think it would be good enough to bring home for the dog, but not in this case. Ordered two, both medium, one was rare and one was burned. I would not stay here, unless you are a die hard gambler and I'd never ever eat there again. You don't get much bang for your buck at 30 a night.

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This is our second time staying here. Its very convenient to downtown Lewiston, Costco and a nice water park. It has great WiFi, gravel sites, and a small plot of grass on most sites. Cable and WiFi work great and the office staff is super friendly. They have a large laundry room that is actually clean and modern. You can walk across the street for A and W ice cream and food. There is a casino next door. There isn't any shade in the park but there are small trees planted around, so eventually they will grow up, but for now, Lewiston is in triple digits for heat. As one reviewer said, there are lots of permanent people, but they are rarely seen and the park is very quiet, although right on Bridge St.

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This is an okay park with not much going on other than the hot springs. I would have given it a higher rating...but am taking off as they sandwich you in like sardines. If you have an awning and a slide out and its busy, forget it. The people in the office are not friendly especially the younger guy with gray hair. The lifeguards yell constantly and never smile, both sort of miserable looking. I'm not sure why the staff seem so miserable, but its sad as the place is not to bad, but then maybe they don't like kids, lol. If you don't have or like kids this park is not for you as the pool is packed, I mean packed, with kids. Lots of babies with diapers and no diapers in the hot springs. You can rent a mat to use in the pool, but most of them come with their own algae or moss growing on them and are pretty torn up. The hot spa is to hot for comfort, almost burning hot and the small spa is okay. I think this might be a better place to stay when its not a holiday weekend. I wouldn't go out of my way to stay here again, and its 15 miles out in the boonies from Twin Falls.

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Clean park. You can walk to the snake river and launch your boat, jet ski or fishing pole. The pool is the size of a roman hot tub but its clean. Wifi works pretty good and most sites have cable. You can have pizza and chicken delivered to your site. The owners are awesome. I'd stay here again and bring my friends.

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Basic campground convenient to shopping. Good Sam discount, if you show your card.

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They do have WiFi in the lodge but not at the site. The pool is inside and there are two hot tubs, one for kids and one for adults. The female senior manager is loud and brash and opinionated but the younger girls working at night are great. You can walk to the Walmart from there. It's very clean. It's a confusing lay out in the park and it seems they'd have someone direct you to the site, but they don't.

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Please drive on past this campground. Its advertised by coast to coast as five stars, but I'm sure that was ten years ago at least. There are lots of other campgrounds on this same road. The smell of mold and and nastiness can knock you out in the morning. The office staff is not informed about much, including what goes on in the park. If you don't have Verizon, you won't have cell service and of course neither pay phone works. You can get satellite service if you are parked on the front row, but then you deal with traffic. If you park in the back you deal with a lumber yard. The tables have green on them, the jacuzzi smells, the sites are so muddy its a good chance you'll get stuck in them. They don't have grills or fire rings at the sites and again, the office staff is a joke. The waitress in the cafe snaps her gum like I've never seen, and I'd be afraid to eat the food, after looking at the place. To enter the pool, which is okay, with no chlorine smell at all, you walk through a dingy, dark nasty hallway, then through the rest rooms, and past a mess then into the pool. Apparently the park has been for sale for 13 years and it looks it. I've traveled across country six times now and this is probably the worst park I've ever camped in. Rates vary depending on who checks you in and what club you belong to, but free is to much here.

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This is a tiny and inexpensive campground. Most of the sites are filled with really old campers that can no longer move down the road. The management is friendly, and its right off the highway, so very convenient for going to Nashville.

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The site I had was so small I could barely squeeze in my 35 foot rv. Couldn't put the awning out and hold to fold my mirrors in to keep from hitting them. They advertise they have wifi, but I couldn't get on and neither could my neighbors. Lots of people live in this park. I had roads on three sides of me. The worst thing was the owners brash personality in the office telling of her personal likes and dislikes and I didn't really care. I'd never stay here again.

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A bit expensive and you are sandwhiched in like sardines. But the park is nice enough, serves good food and has a place to leave your pet all day if you want. They also offer shuttle service to the area attractions

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I got towed into this park after dark as I had a brake problem on my rv. The owner came out to greet meet me and told me he knew an rv repair man who showed up at nine the next morning. The campground is clean, all litter picked up on a daily basis, quiet and on a stocked lake with a river running through it. The office staff greets you with a smile and there is a small store with necessities and a book and video exchange in the large game room. You can rent a paddle boat or kayak for the lake or play mini golf. There is a volleyball net, and a swimming pool, although it's not yet opened. The wifi signal is great as is the cable signal. You can camp on a running stream or on the lake its your choice. The only thing this park is missing are scheduled activities but they may be coming soon under the new owners. You must have your pets on a leash here but there are several dogs from the local neighborhood running loose in the park but they don't seem to cause a problem.