We used this as an overnighter and to store our trailer while rafting down the Snake River. This is located behind the motel and access is through back alley. Other spaces were used for long-term stay. Not much to brag about but handy for those planning to raft through Hell's Canyon. Owners were very friendly took the time to help us locate stores and restaurants in town. Owner also coordinates car shuttles and allows for vehicles to be stored in parking area while visitors are rafting. Very convenient. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We happened to drive by a sign for this place and decided to check it out. We usually travel in a 5th wheel, but have a truck camper for this trip. The campground is easy to get to- just a mile or so off the highway. There are two large pull thru sites and about 10 back in sites for smaller rigs. It has the feel of a mom and pop place, nothing fancy for the RV spots, but we did have good electric, a level site, a picnic table and some grass between sites. Plenty of room for a big rig to maneuver. The real draw here is the absolutely beautiful hot springs pool (100 degrees) and spa (104 degrees). The water is natural mineral water, with no chemicals. You pay a few dollars extra to use the pools, but its so worth it. Overall very quiet and peaceful and I wouldn't hesitate to come back. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Can't disagree with previous review. US Cell and Sprint cellphone will work. We have amp and outside antenna and got 3G Verizon internet but wife's phone didn't work. There are several gray water disposal basins so if you pick your spot you could run "gray" hose without moving. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Nice fish cleaning house which we used a lot! Most spots are big enough to have a tent plus an RV. Will return again. Price reflects senior discount of $2. In park WiFi is available if close enough to source. The name Hells Canyon has a lot to do with the temp as it was 111 degrees day and 70+ at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large campground situated on the Brownlee Reservoir. There are only a couple of pull-throughs, the rest are back-ins. There are only a few campsites where you can sit and fish; the rest are higher up with a fabulous view of the reservoir and hillside. Good water pressure and power. Some of the campsites are heavily tree where others are out in the open. There is a small store about three miles away if coming in through Cambridge. From Cambridge the park is about 30 miles in. This park is run by Idaho Power and they have three more parks that are on the Brownlee/Oxbow reservoir with one being on the Oregon side. No cellphone service here although there is internet for a fee which was $20.00 per week. By the day was very expensive. We really enjoyed the park and would gladly return the next time we're in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.