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Price reflected includes Good Sam discount. We were here for only one night, so didn't check out the amenities. Check-in was friendly. Coupons were given for the Conoco station next door (2 cent discount on fuel) and 4Bs Restaurant (think it was 10% discount). Park is big rig friendly, easy in/out. Interior roads and sites are gravel. Long, pull-throughs available. New gravel had been placed in some of the sites, but it still needed to be compacted a bit more. Our front leveler punched through. Not all sites have picnic tables. Verizon service, both data and cell, worked well. We didn't use the park internet. Cable TV is $3 extra per day. Park looked clean and well maintained. If you have a not so well insulated rig, the sound from the trucks at the truck stop might bother you. We would stay again if passing through the area.

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Check-in was pleasant, with escort to site. Park is big rig friendly, easy in/out, and well maintained. Interior roads and sites are gravel. We drive a 41' motor home and tow a Saturn Vue; we had no problem making the turn into the campground. Some might feel it necessary to swing wide before turning in, but there's plenty of roadway, if that's necessary. Most sites looked relatively level. There are lots of long, pull-through sites. The sites were hard packed gravel, which it made it easy for leveling. There is a fire ring and picnic table at each site. Sites are at an angle and separated by a grassy area. The full hookup services worked well. There were no OTA channels on TV and no cable offered. There are many hiking trails that you can access from the park. There is a heated pool. Laundry room was clean. We would stay again if passing through the area.

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The park is big rig friendly, easy in/out. They have a beautiful entrance way and office building. We arrived with a reservation for one night only, but the staff were friendly and helpful in finding us a site for two nights so that we wouldn't have to relocate during our two night stay. The previous reviewer mentioned paved interior roads, but the interior roads are not paved. The entrance way and a short distance past the office are paved. There are speed bumps on the main interior road that is between the pull-through sites with full hookups (there's one row of full hook ups) and the sites with electric/water only (the majority of sites). There is a dump station available. Sites are on gravel. There are sprinklers that come on during the night. There is a picnic table on a grass area at each site. There are no fire pits or grills, and the rules state "no wood-burning campfires". There are no restrooms or showers for the 2016 season. Pool was clean and clear. Sites are at an angle with a grass area between each site. Hookups were close to center of sites. Other than the RV park at Silverwood Theme Park, this is the next closest RV park to Silverwood Theme Park. There were lots of families and children. There isn't a lot of space to walk pets other than on the gravel roads. Our Verizon cell and data worked well. We would stay again if passing through the area.

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Price reflected includes the motor vehicle entrance fee ("MVEF") pass. If you are a non-Idaho resident and don't have the MVEF pass, it will cost an additional $5 per day. This review is for the Benewah Campground. There are other campgrounds in Heyburn State Park, but they're in a different location. The road leading to the campground is 1.2 miles off Route 5, the road is narrow in places and has numerous potholes. There are 16 RV sites in this campground, one of which is the camp host site. There are numerous tent sites. All of the sites are first come, first served. Some RV sites have full hookups, others have partial hook ups, and there is no dump station at this campground. There are both pull-through and back-in sites available. Some of the sites are rather close and others are more spacious. At the self pay fee station there is a list of sites with the particular services offered at each site. Interior roads are asphalt, as well as RV sites. Our site was level but some of them would require blocks. Each site has a picnic table and a fire ring with a grate, located on a sandy area. Some of the tent sites have an additional bench in the site. Restrooms/showers are modern and clean. The campground is heavily wooded, but we didn't notice any overhanging tree branches that would interfere with RVs. If you're in a largish motor home (we're 41') and have a tow vehicle, it would be best to unhook before driving through the campground. There is a tight turn after site 208, and there is a sign at the campground entrance warning that units longer than 45' are not recommended. Verizon data and cell service worked well. We had no OTA channels. There are trails where you can walk pets. We enjoyed our time at this campground, but we'd probably look for another place if passing through in the near future. There's a good amount of road construction in the area and the road leading to the park is rough.

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The folks managing this park are friendly, but they don't seem particularly customer oriented. The park is big rig friendly, but you do have to cross a railroad track just before entering the park. We were at the park for 7 days and the train came through twice. The interior road of the park is asphalt. Most of the sites are back-in, but there are a few pull-through sites. The back-in sites are gravel, the pull-throughs are asphalt, with full hookups and cable, a concrete patio and picnic table. Our site was level. Most sites back up to or overlook the Clearwater River. A previous reviewer mentioned high water pressure, but that was not our experience. Water pressure was low at our site. It is an easy walk into Orofino from the park. Verizon data and cell service worked well. Although this park is listed as a Passport America participant, we were told - "they" don't want to accept it any more - when we attempted to use it for one night. If that's the case, then put a sign on the office door or alert Passport America so they can note it on their site that you no longer wish to participate.

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The campground is located about 5 miles from Moscow and has 5 RV sites. The cost is $10 per night for RVs. All sites have 30/50 amp electric service. There are no water or sewer hookups at the sites, but there is a water fill spigot available as you enter the campground. There is no dump station on the premises but there is a dump station at the fair grounds in Moscow, the cost to use is $3. There is a pit toilet in the campground, but no showers. Each site has a concrete patio and picnic table. The sites are gravel. Our site required the use of blocks for leveling. There is a nice amount of space between each site, but there's no privacy. Some sites offer shade, others don't. There's a huge field with grass which was mostly used by folks walking dogs, but there is a group picnic area and a children's play area (sliding board and swings) as well. There is a tent area that is separated from the field and the RV campground by a hedge of trees/bushes. The park was clean and quiet. Verizon data and cell service worked fine with our booster, but was a challenge without it. We would stay again if passing through the area.

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This is a first come, first serve BLM park. Costs are $18 for a full hook up site (30 amp), $10 for tent camping, and $4 per extra vehicle not towed in. We had been at a park about 7 miles away so we didn't tow the car to this park, which meant that we were instructed to pay $22 per night by the camp hostess. Campground is big rig friendly. Interior roads and sites are asphalt. The sites are nicely spaced, but there isn't any privacy, some have shade, some don't. All of the sites appeared to be relatively long, but the back-in sites of 7 and 13 and the two pull-throughs appeared to be the longest sites in the park. Some sites offer a view of the river. Our site was level. Each site had a metal picnic table. There are flush toilets in the campground, but no showers. There is a pit toilet near the boat ramp. The camp hosts were friendly and they keep things clean at this park. The trash dumpster smelled of pine sol (a first in our experience) and the bathrooms were very clean. There is beach access and plenty of space to walk pets. There is a trail around the river where pets are allowed to be off leash. Verizon service worked well for both data and cellular. We didn't have any OTA channels. One thing we thought a bit odd was that there was a lock on the circuit breaker in the electric box, but we didn't question it. We would stay again if passing through the area.

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There are several loops in this beautiful state park. Some loops have smaller campsites, the sites are wooded, and are better suited for tents and smaller RVs since the roads in these loops are tight and winding. The campsites in these loops have water and electric, but no sewer. There is a dump station available. The Dogwood and Elderberry loops are better suited for larger rigs. These two loops offer both back-in and pull-through sites, with full hookups (50 amp). If you're not familiar with the campground, the Dogwood and Elderberry loops are in the "group" campground, but the campground is not for groups only. The park is full of ponderosa and other pines, and there is a beautiful lake where one can swim or lounge on the sand. Interior roads and sites are asphalt. The sites are nicely spaced with a picnic table and fire ring. There are numerous hiking/biking trails around the park, as well as picnic tables near the lake. Verizon data and cell service worked well. This is a perfect state park and we would stay again if passing through the area.

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We arrived a few days earlier than our scheduled reservation but the office staff were very accommodating and found a site for us. The campground is located adjacent to the Payette River. The campground is big rig friendly, BUT there are lots of sites with overhanging tree branches that can make entry into sites difficult. Sites are hard packed dirt. We had two different sites and both required the use of leveling blocks. I believe all RV sites are full hookup, but some have 30 amp electric only. Some sites have concrete patios, some don't. Some sites have more space between them than others. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Restrooms/showers were cleaned daily. There are several tent camping areas in the campground. Free use of kayaks is offered and there are horseshoe pits. There are several trails around the campground and plenty of places to walk pets. Verizon data and cell service worked well, and we had numerous OTA channels. The park offers cinnamon rolls on Saturday mornings to guests Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, and they offer a Sunday morning breakfast for a fee. We would stay again if passing through the area.

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Price was per night ($33.62) for a non Idaho resident. Idaho residents pay $28.00. There are speed bumps on the entry road to the park. Easy in and out for big rigs, but don't drive into the park office parking lot (to the right of the entry fee station) since it would be difficult to turn around. I was told that the entry fee station is open only on weekends. If you visit during the week and want one night only, you can proceed to the campground, pick a site that's not reserved for that night, and self-pay near the camp host site. If you want multiple nights, you should stop at the park office. The campground is a loop, with sites on both sides of the loop, and there is a good amount of space between each site. Sites have 30 amp electric and water, with a dump station available. Sites and interior roads are asphalt, there are pull-throughs, back-ins, and double-wide sites. Some sites are partially shaded and others are full sun. Sites have a grill, fire pit and picnic table. The trees were planted such that they don't present a problem for parking. There isn't a view of the lake from the campground as there are large trees separating the two areas. There are several trails within the campground, and there is a wildlife management area adjacent to the campground. There are plenty of places to walk pets, but it did appear they have foxtail grass there. Our Verizon data and cell service worked fine. There is park internet, but skype and netflix are blocked. We had no OTA channels. Camp host was friendly.

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Price is for partial hookup with electric (50 amp) and water. Dry camping is $20. There is a dump station at the campground. We thought the entrance to this park was a bit narrow, but there is plenty of roadway to swing wide. We were in a 41' motor home, towing our Saturn Vue. Interior roads and sites are asphalt. All sites are back-in and there are a few double-wide sites. The sites that offer water and electric have the hookups near the back of the sites. Our site had some low hanging branches on the trees, but we were able to situate our RV in the site so that it wasn't an issue. Most of the sites looked to be relatively level. Sites are at an angle such that you're not parked directly beside your neighbor and there is a good amount of space between sites. Sites have a picnic table, but no fire pit or grill. There is at least one group fire pit. There are individual shower rooms with a double hook on the wall, but there's no shelving of any sort. Showers and restrooms were clean. There is a fish cleaning station. You can access the lake directly from the campground for boating, kayaking, etc. There is also access to a swim beach just up the road. Verizon data and cell service were strong. It's a beautiful park and we would return if passing through the area again. (We were told that years ago this park used to be owned by the city and was all dry camping. The state bought it and modifications have been made to the park over the years. A dump station has been added, and there are about 10 sites that now have 50 amp electric and water hookups.)

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The rate is an average of what we paid for our stay. At the time of this review, the park accepts Passport America for two nights ($13.50 per night), $27 otherwise, and we stayed six nights. This is an eclectic park (you just have to see it for yourself), the first of its type we've encountered in our four years of full-timing. The available transient sites are full hook-up, but I believe all sites are 30 amp electric only. There was no circuit breaker on the electric box. Sites are gravel as are interior roads. Our coach is heavy and our front leveler punched through the gravel, but we were able to level with a few stackable plastic pads. We are a 40' motor home and had no problem with the entry or exit, or towing to the space we were assigned. We were towing our Saturn Vue upon entry and exit to the park. Verizon data wasn't as fast as when being near the larger cities, but it was satisfactory. There are fields adjacent to the park where you can walk pets. There is a laundry room with at least four washers/dryers, an iron and ironing board. The owner was working in the park each day we were there - putting gravel in spaces, re-seeding/watering the grass, etc. We had two delicious meals as Maria's Cocina while staying at the park. We enjoyed our stay and will return if passing through the area.

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Wow, what a beautiful place! The campground is adjacent to a lake and is surrounded by mountains. The sites in the Westside Campground have full hookups (water, 50 amp electric, and sewer). The park is big rig friendly and easy in/easy out. Entry road and campground roads are paved. Sites are asphalt and nicely spaced, with most looking to be relatively level, but one site in particular (site 39) has a slope at the front of the site that would make it a difficult site for motor homes. There are back in and pull through sites. There isn't any privacy between sites and there is no shade, but all sites offer great views. There is a covered picnic table, fire ring and grill at each site. Services were conveniently located and all functioned properly. Verizon voice/data worked well. There were approximately 15 OTA channels. The campground is located just outside of Hurricane, with St. George being about 10 miles away. There is a place on site that rents ATVs and pontoon boats.

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Easy in/easy out and big rig friendly. The roads are gravel, as are the sites, and there's a decent amount of space between sites, but there isn't any privacy. There are both back-in and pull-thru sites available. Our site (22) was relatively level. There are no hook ups and no dump station. Water is available, but I don't believe there's a threaded hose. Bathrooms are pit toilets, but we didn't use them so can't attest to the cleanliness. The campground is located across the street from the Jacob Lake Inn, which has a restaurant and bakery, a gift shop, and limited groceries. There's also a gas station. Camp hosts were friendly and welcoming. Although the reservation site for the campground showed that the campground wouldn't open until May 15, we called to check and were told that the campground was already open. When we arrived on the afternoon of May 14, the camp host said that the weather had been so nice they opened the campground a few days early. Verizon service worked well.

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Dry camping in the Coconino National Forest. There isn't much around, so plan to stock up before you visit. The campground is big rig friendly, easy in/easy out. Interior roads and sites are paved. There are two loops (A&B) in this campground. Loop B is reservable online and Loop A is not, at least at the time of our visit. Loop A is first come, first served, and there are 15 spaces in Loop A. Had we known there were first come, first served spaces, we would not have reserved online since we were planning to arrive on a Monday. Although we reserved online, we decided to give up the reserved spaces and stay in a site in Loop A for the four days we were there. Our site (site 11 in Loop A) was level, but not all sites were level. Some sites have more space between them and the next site, but all sites are nicely spaced. Some sites offer more shade than others. There isn't much privacy between sites, though. There are flush toilets at various locations throughout the campground, shower facilities in one building only, a dump station, and a water fill station. The water fill hose is located on the side of the shower building. The one restroom we visited was clean. We didn't use the showers, but we were told by the camp host that the cost is $3 for 5 minutes. Each campsite has a fire ring, a grill, a picnic table, and a designated tent space. There is plenty of open space for walking pets. Although we did have a couple of unwanted guests (mice) join us while at this campground, we enjoyed our stay and will return when passing through the area. It's a beautiful campground that's kept clean by the camp hosts and the park service workers.