Date of Stay: May, 2013
To our family, this is simply the best place to relax in an RV in the state of Idaho. I'm guilty calling this "camping." It's so much better. This resort defines what the term "resort" should be. Interestingly, some quad sites are available affording four RVs to camp and share a common grassy area. Incredibly clean pool, jacuzzi and sauna. Very large campsites. Power- perfect, Water pressure and taste- fantastic, sites are asphalt pads and while not all are perfectly level, most spots wouldn't require a leveler pad they're so close. Grass in the summer is lush and green, Wifi- in my sons words, "awesome, dad!" Satellite, according to the staff can be tricky because most of the sites are so well shaded. But they are aware and accommodate with a move to a less shaded site, as able, for those that wish to use it. River nearby- caught a Squawfish with a blue/white spinner bait. Staff- and I mean, all of the staff are incredibly friendly and attentive. I was told most have been with the resort for many years. They even helped for several hours when one of my party had a mechanical issue- incredible. Small gift shop with trinkets. One staff member takes pictures and sells very nice coffee mugs- we had to buy two. Beautiful fox can be seen on premises as well as deer in the mornings and evenings. We had a total of 19 folks with 4 RVs, plus a cabin which was also super clean, large, and well appointed on our last trip. We stayed in a 43' Fifth Wheel with no problems. We recently traveled from the east coast (DC area) to San Francisco and back- this RV resort is in the top 3 we've enjoyed zig-zagging across the country. Really can't say enough good things about it.
Date of Stay: April, 2013
Clean sites, full-service, clean power, water had good pressure. This suits for a perfect jump off point for Boise or other surrounding adventures. Self service payment. Camp host is kind and attentive to the property. Easy to navigate to the campground, but getting through the gate can be somewhat tricky. During the week, big rigs must use a second commercial gate for entry to the base, but once through the gate, it's still an easy shot to the campground.