PATHFINDER AND RAINBOW

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We stayed for two nights in this spotless and very convenient RV park. The owners were very pleasant and helpful with ideas for dinner and the area in general. We plan to stay there again in the next few weeks. It's everything you could want: clean, quiet, friendly and well-appointed.

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We stayed in this charming small park for one night. It was very nicely kept, with green grass and trees for shade. The new (2 years) owners have done a very nice job making it an attractive park. The sites are fairly well separated, as is the case with most older KOA's, but most have a nice piece of grass alongside your rig, and all have picnic tables. We will certainly stop here again.

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Whoever posted the last review of this park must have it confused with another park in West Yellowstone. We have stayed in this park many times and know for certain it has very large sites and is immaculate always, with paved wide streets, easy access to parking in the sites. It is one of the nicest parks we've stayed in during our many years of travel.

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We have stayed here many times and always enjoy it. Owners are warm, caring people who have a beautiful park. They have recently added a cellphone booster antenna, and we had Verizon service, although it was intermittent. Much better than no service for sure! We return each time we're in the area, and often extend our stay. Happy Hour is held in the main building and is always a fun way to meet your neighbors from all over the country. The facilities are always spotless, the gift shop to die for, and the park site on the Salmon River is quite lovely.

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We stay here often and found on our last stay in late June that the grass was in terrible, dry condition. It is usually green and pretty. On this stay, we find they are addressing the problem, and the park is looking better. This KOA has any number of choices for the type of site you want, and is very convenient to shopping of any sort. We feel better about staying again now that it's looking better.

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We stay here at least once a year and it keeps getting nicer. This is one of the prettiest parks we stay in and is maintained beautifully. Our only tiny complaint is that it is so expensive; but I guess you get what you pay for: for sure in this lovely place.

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We have stayed here before, since it's close to family. It's a nice,clean park, with very narrow sites. We feel it's a bit overpriced and have one major gripe. MAJOR! This stay was in the park when they were, perhaps 1/8 full. With reservations, they put us right next door to another trailer when there were probably more than 100 empty sites available. In our row, we were the only two RV's. This has happened to us before, and we do not return to parks where this has happened. Please, owners, don't let the computer assign sites. Use some human interaction and some common sense! We won't stay at this park again.

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We have stayed here many, many times and just really like this funky RV park. It's always spotless, the office folks are fun and accommodating, the trees are huge and provide wonderful shade in the summer, the pool is clean, and you can reserve just about any kind of site you desire: from tents to fancy sites with fire pits, concrete patios and swings, and everything in between. It's close to just about any shopping experience you want to have and is very quiet at night. The airport is not too far away, so there is some plane traffic; but not late at night and unobtrusive during the day. Our dog loves the pet areas which are always clean and grassy. The WiFi is free and cable TV has just about any channel you could want. All in all, it's one of our favorite stops in our 5 months of summer travel.

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Nice ladies at front desk, quick check-in, we were led to our site, and the whole place is spotless. What else could we ask for? This is a typical Western U.S. campground, with gravel, nice trees, some lawn areas between sites, and is pet friendly. I'm using the laundry right now and all is in working order and clean. We are happy campers here and would recommend it.

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Sometimes we wonder if people have got the wrong park when they do ratings on here. This park is very nice, with big shade trees, long pull-through sites, ample space between sites and gracious hosts. Full-time residents number perhaps 8, and all are tidy and quiet folks. It gets cold here in the winter, so, of course, they have some type of skirting and larger propane tanks. There is no sign of doggie do anywhere and the park is very well kept with a nice small store with supplies and gift items. We've been here 2 nights and would stay here again for sure.

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Nice grassy sites and a well-kept park. Neighborhood views aren't great; but mountain views around the valley are nice. Only negative about this park is no Wi-Fi, and my air card (Verizon) did not work in the park (or anywhere else in Challis area). Facilities are older, but nice fooseball table and pool table in the recreation room and jungle gym/swing set for kids outside. We would stay again, but felt the $27 rate was high for no cable and no Wi-Fi.

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Note that this park became affiliated with KOA in June, 2010. Although they are now KOA, they still honor the Good Sam Rate, but you need to request it. This is our second stay here, and this visit we were placed in a double back-in space (rigs back in from both directions, so the back of your trailer almost touches the back of the other one) which makes for very tight quarters! Our Space (#57) was very close to the main entrance of the park, so there was constant traffic, making for a lot of noise at all hours. This is a nice clean park, but the office staff is not well-organized and understaffed, so also be prepared for that. We'll probably look elsewhere on our next trip to Boise.

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A great experience starting with most gracious hosts and a site with a wonderful view of the lake. This campground is well-planned, wonderfully clean and the price is certainly right. It was a nice change from a standard RV park-type environment and we wouldn't hesitate to stay there again - for a longer time too. Rate reflects Golden Age discount.

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This is a flower-filled, quiet, spotless park that's just far enough away from Gatlinburg to miss all the traffic and crowds. The owners are delightful people and fun to visit with. The ladies shower room is decorated with sunflowers and bright yellow walls, and immaculate. I used the laundry twice and was impressed with how clean it was and how reasonably priced. We'd stay here again in a heartbeat!

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Why is it in a park that is only about 1/4 full that they park people in every site rather than leaving a site open between? This is a very nice, but overpriced park and we decided to splurge and stay here on the last day of our 3 week journey. Whoever is assigning spaces just put huge Class A motorhomes next to us on each side. The rest of the park is empty. We can't even see out our side windows. We won't stay here again for any reason!