Date of Stay:
July, 2017 -
Sites are gravel and easy to navigate with wide grass areas between sites and large mature trees on both sides. They have 30/50 amp which worked just fine. They water at 1 a.m. every day/night so you can't leave anything on the grass. They also don't want you to put welcome mats or any other mats on the grass. The laundry room is nice with 3 washers at $1.25 and 3 dryers at $1.00. There is a big recreation room that has a pool table, shuffleboard and some exercise equipment. There are small cabins for rent but they don't all have the same amenities. Some have only electric, some only water, some with water & electric and a couple with showers, very strange. They own the construction area that is located right next to the RV park and looks like a salvage yard but looking around we saw a 55 Cameo so not too bad for a salvage yard. There are full time residents living at the park but they are quiet and not a bother. The owners and their part-time help are very friendly and helpful. They should replace the tired old picnic tables, benches, swings that are on the cabins, signs and just about everything that looks old. We camped at Hagerman RV Village in a Motorhome.
There isn't much to do in Hagerman itself except for the Fossil Beds and the National Park Museum which has the "Hagerman Horse", but 35 miles away is Twin Falls with more to do.
I would pass on the Farmhouse Restaurant in Wendell. Walmart in Jerome is the closest convenience store. The Hagerman grocery store is very good.
Date of Stay:
June, 2017 -
This is a really nice RV Park. No frills, but it has everything you need. The cement pads make leveling a breeze. It has 14 sites with water and 20/30amp at each one and 20/30/50amp at 8 of the sites but eventually all sites will have 50amp included. There is lighting in the park, dumpsters and a dump station. There are no reservations; it's first come, first serve. The city park is a short walk that has a covered picnic areas, restrooms, play structures, disc golfing and horseshoe pits. There is a Fire Department Drill Field also located next to the RV Park but there were no drills going on when we arrived. We met the Department Head of Water & Wastewater who manages the RV Park. He is very friendly and told us a little history about the park and told us how to pay for our spot. There is a metal mail box at the entrance that contains an envelope of information for the RV Park and an envelope to fill out and put your money or check in. Once completed you deposit the envelope into the mail slot. He also gave us the code for the water spigot so we wouldn't have to call City Hall to get it as that is the usual procedure. All of this is posted on a sign at the entrance of the RV Park. There were two fifth wheels at the park when we arrived, one belonged to a couple of construction workers that are in town working on the college and the other belonged to a single lady. This is a very quiet park and beautifully maintained. The city of Torrington has a lot of historic buildings, not much to do, but worth exploring. I would recommend checking Yelp for dining options. We will definitely stay here again and recommend it to anyone looking for an overnight stay or up to 10 days. We camped at Pioneer Park in a Motorhome.
Go into the city of Torrington along Main Street and explore. Golf course is located a mile from the RV park. Be sure to have a water regulator as the water pressure was at 55lbs.
Date of Stay:
May, 2017 -
My husband & I stayed here May 28 thru June 4th. We like this park for it's outdoor feel but the one thing you need to know before you plan on staying are the peacocks. There are many and they constantly call out. Not so bad during the day but 9 p.m., 11p.m., 2 a.m., 4 a.m. all hours of the day and night. Most of the sites are rugged but good for trailers. We have a 35' class A and stayed in site #49 which we liked a lot. It has 30 amp and water and had a few low branches but not so low that we couldn't get in. There are 10 sites on the strip we stayed and we would reccommend any of them but we feel the nicest site in this park is #25. It is clear of branches pretty level and is next to the creek. The park was almost completely full when we arrived Sunday for Memorial Day weekend but 90% left the next day. We were lucky to find a site here since we didn't have a reservation. There are very few campers during the week. Mosquitos weren't too bad but we would definately reccommend putting OFF or something similar on. Bikes are a plus to have as you can go around the park, down to the creek and over to the day use park which is across from the campground. To wrap up, if you can put up with the peacocks calling at all hours this is a nice campground to stay. We would camp here again. We camped at Lake Solano County Park Campground in a Motorhome.
No additional fee for your tow vehicle. There is a pet fee of $1 per pet, per day. Regular rate for water & electric is $34 per night, Senior 65+/disabled rate is $20 per night. Non-utility rate is regular $25 per night and senior 65+/disabled $13 per night. Premium sites (like #25) are an extra $10 per night.
Date of Stay:
May, 2017 -
The website for this park is very deceiving. We made reservations last month for May 28 - June 4 but when we arrived we quickly realized that our 35' motorhome was not going to work out here. The camp host came up to our motorhome as we approached the office saying we should probably look for a different park because it was so crowded with tents everywhere that even if we could get into our spot we wouldn't be able to open our slides and there was no room at the site with people spread out into it. So we thanked the camp host and left. It is a very nice park just not accommodating for large motorhomes. We camped at Cache Creek Regional Park Yolo County in a Motorhome.
Tents and small trailers only at Cache Creek. Camp at Lake Solano County Park. Lots of space of 35' motorhome and tow vehicle. The rate $34 with water & electric or $20 for disabled or seniors 65+.