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Boise Riverside RV Park, Boise, Idaho

Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $30.00
Overall Rating:      

Dust, close quarters, and no privacy are my only issues with this park. The staff were helpful, and the location next to the bike path is ideal. Most drivers are aware of the dust and drive slowly. Even so, plan on everything being coated with dust during the first day. We camped at Boise Riverside RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
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Clean Showers
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Site Details

Campsite
     
Site Number
75A
Site Surface
Gravel
Campsite Features
Patio

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
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The bike path along the river is great! Boise has a nice downtown, lots of parks, and the beautiful state capital building.

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Constellation Park, Wickenburg, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $5.00
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This is a nice, cheap, no-frills boon docking location on the hill overlooking Wickenburg with views of town and the surrounding mountains. The location is great -- just far enough out of town to be quiet at night, but close enough to be convenient to stores and restaurants. The grounds were very clean. We stayed for three nights, and will stay there again the next time we are in that locale. Since there are no restroom facilities, no water, and no hookups the park is suitable only for self-contained RVs. The park is unattended -- it has a self-pay station. The access road and spaces are smooth dirt and sand. Each space has a fire pit. There are spaces of various sizes. Most are fairly level. Some have better views than others. The spaces are spread out over a large area giving each unit some privacy. There is a dumpster for garbage, but no recycling. The campground has no dump station, but Hospitality RV Park just east of Wickenburg will provide that service for a small fee. There may be others. The park is across the road from the city rodeo grounds. My wife watched a team roping competition there. Further out Constellation Road (paved) are dirt roads branching off into the desert. We saw quite a bit of ATV and equine activity. Mountain bike trails (shared with horses) are also nearby. You can hike out into the desert from the campground. We saw birds and jack rabbits. Coyotes could be heard at night. We camped at Constellation Park in a Motorhome.

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Goosenecks State Park, Mexican Hat, Utah

Date of Stay: November, 2008
Overall Rating:      

This is a beautiful spot to dry camp if you are fully self contained. The views are amazing. There are no designated camp sites (the web page says 4, but we didn't see any), and only a couple of pit toilets. But, there is plenty of area to camp without being near anyone. You can park right at the edge of the world... if you dare! Beyond the parking lot the road contains sharp rocks, so drive with caution. There is good bicycling on the highway, at least in November when there is no traffic. The Moki Dugway and Valley of the Gods are nearby. We camped at Goosenecks State Park in a Motorhome.

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