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Another fine no-frills park. There aren't any fancy amenities here: what they do have is nice tall shade-trees and plenty of peace and quiet. If you are headed north, you have to get off hwy 20 and then double back almost 4 miles. Good phone and internet service on my Verizon phone. Be advised - this is a 55+ age park. Restrooms are locked up overnight.

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Staff is polite, restrooms are spacious and very clean. The entrance to this park can be a little tricky to get to, but just go slowly and you'll be okay.

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Great no-frills park. The sites are dirt, but neat. Never seen any trash blowing around, the times I've stayed here. Office hours are limited. Shower stalls are on the small side, but OK.

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This is a small operation, alongside the lake in question. Because divided hwy 20 bisects Rexburg, you have to make your approach via back roads. Look for traffic before you enter the park: the driveway is very narrow. I found the manager both friendly and helpful.

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Campground looks fairly new. Sites are spacious, with good cover and separation for the most part. Restrooms/showers are each single occupancy, so no gender problems! There isn't a lot else to this section of the park, except for 2 trails (1 equestrian, 1 for hikers) which connect with the adjacent City of Rocks National Reserve. The rest of the park, about 5 miles away, features good hiking among impressive rock formations, with expansive views of the county. I would definitely stay here again.

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The entryway is tight, with RVs parked in front of the office to register, and with propane being dispensed directly opposite. Sites are okay and fairly level.

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The entry is a choke-point. Before going into the office to register, I parked my rig several feet short of the designated STOP sign (a mail carrier was parked just ahead, filling up the mailboxes). The next customer that came in to register parked his rig opposite the mail truck, blocking access for everyone. I'm sure this doesn't happen often, but management ought to see if they can do something to alleviate this problem. The site was nice, although fairly short. Restrooms were a short walk away. I was not feeling well, and just needed a place to spend a comfortable night.

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I used this as a stop-over when visiting some friends in nearby Salem. Sites are very close together.

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I had to get some advice from the hosts regarding the "PB" code at my site (sites are priced differently, depending upon popularity and other factors). Campground is in a pretty area, surrounded by forest.

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Sites are un-numbered, scattered about a field. You are close to a road, but it is quiet. The place is crawling with rabbits (which have escaped during previous fairs, apparently), so your pets will probably love it. Port-a-potties are provided for your convenience.

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Nice large restrooms (individual). Pleasant wooded setting. It is not far from the interstate, but traffic noise is seldom a problem.

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Staff was courteous and friendly, site was good, with nice landscaping. Camp store in officr, grocery store nearby. I will definitely be coming back here.

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Sites are at the edge of a parking lot behind the casino.. I would not stay here again.

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The campground is just off of highway 95, but road noise was negligible. The shower stall was nicely-tiled, spacious, and very clean. Bathroom also came equipped with a heater (very welcome on a freezing night).

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This campground is no-frills, but it is a perfectly adequate overnight stop. I was the only one there on that particular night. The normal cost is $14 for a night, but this had been discounted to $12 due to the water being off [because of sub-freezing temperatures]. Restrooms were closed because of this.