27 Parks near Bayview, Idaho
Aug 2013 - $45.00
We really enjoyed our stay here! We tied up our boat to the lakeside bulkhead right in front of our motor home making it secure and easily accessible. The kids had a blast fishing, swimming and feeding the ducks in the lake. Parking was convenient. The public bathrooms/showers were very close by. They even had lockers! The staff was friendly. We'll definitely stay here again. - User3422
Sep 2007 - $30.00
We were here for the weekend and had a great time. Staff were friendly,helpful and even had donuts in the morning. We would gladly stay here again. - sgtjuan
Jul 2006 - $40.00
Waterfront sites are 30Amp and not good swimming sites. Only 5 or 6 shaded sites. Parking area (sites) is an open area surrounded by city streets, thus no privacy or security. - John R
Sep 2015 - $35.00
This is a simple RV park property - nothing fancy, but just what you need in Bayview. Locally owned and operated for many many years. There are maybe 25-30 spots here, all with full hook-ups, it seems. There is a central covered patio area with microwave, fridge, etc. that can be used for small group gatherings. I went into the ladies' restroom shower but didn't use it. It seemed to be well-kept, but it is old.
We were in the center section of pull-through spots, #20. Just perfect for our needs.
It's about a mile walk to downtown Bayview. They open in March or April, weather depending, and close for the season in mid-October. We were there in mid-September. There were maybe 6 other RVers there.
We were treated to some wildlife-viewing there - Deer, wild turkeys, squirrels - and heard an owl or two. - BLT2015
Jul 2011 - $35.00
If you're in the Couer d' Alene area you may want to consider this RV park in Bayview. It's only about 10 miles from the amusement park and about a half hour to Couer d' Alene. This is a good park to get away from cell phones and internet. Verizon cell or MiFi did not work, however if you walked down by the lake the cell worked: 2 bars of g3. The park owner is helpful and friendly and it's $35 a night cash or check only. We were here in a 36' mh and had lots of room to move into our space. Nice grass between spots with picnic table, sites were gravel and the park was black top-ish on the roads. Sites with nice shade are available. The bathrooms and showers are clean and pretty new. This is an RV park and the view you have is the unit parked on either side but had nice views out the front and back. Tent camping is available. They do have internet however I found it difficult to get on, but when it was up it was pretty fast. The cable TV is hooked the park's antenna and only gets 3 local channels. We spent 2 nights here. One interesting fact: Lake Pend Oreille US Navy Acoustic Research Detachment is located in Bayview, Idaho. These folks make our submarines very, very quiet. I don't think they give tours. - pumper9x9
Jun 2011 - $40.00
Quiet, clean campground in a beautiful setting near Lake Pond Oreille. The $40 was for six people. The hosts were extremely nice and the campground diligently maintained. Clean bathrooms. Decent Wi-Fi for such a remote location. - Van B
Aug 2013 - $45.00
The view of the lake and surrounding area was fantastic from our RV site. We loved the hillside site. It had just the right amount of privacy and generous shade. The staff was very friendly. And the location was great - you're just 10 minutes from Silverwood Theme Park and 1/8 mile to Farragut State Park. We'd definitely stay here again! - User3422
Oct 2015 - $31.00
Nice State Park with several loops near a lake, fairly level paved pull through site with water and electric, but no sewer, but there are two different dump stations.
Bathrooms and showers were very clean and modern.
There are a number of hiking trails and an old Navy Brig turned into a small museum.
The park was a Naval training base during WWII.
I thought it was a little pricey for what you got, but we would stay here again if passing through. - bukhrn
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This is a beautiful park with many miles of hiking rails that we enjoyed immensely. We were in the Gilmore loop but all of the loops were well laid out and each had their own attraction. The restroom building in our loop was amazing, certainly not what I expected for a state park. This place is peaceful and we will definitely return. - Tech5709
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Beautiful park! We were in Gilmore campground, one of 4 individual campgrounds in this large, historic park; this campground's 2 loops are wooded with wide, paved sites (pull-thru and back-in) and electric-water hookups. Waldron campground, the largest, has more open sites and more companion sites, which are grouped close together. Whitetail and Snowberry are deeply wooded with tight, winding roads and smaller campsites, well suited for tents, popups, truck campers and small trailers. Bathhouses varied; those in Gilmore were quite new, with individual, unisex shower rooms. Multiple camp hosts kept them quite clean. Lots of history - the Navy had a big training base here in WWII - nature and beautiful scenery here, as the park is on the shore of Lake Pend d'Oreille. Unfortunately, the smoke from many wildfires limited our enjoyment of the latter. We enjoyed seeing a large flock of wild turkeys, deer, squirrels, and various birds in this park. Quiet, as most of the campgrounds are away from any main roads; a state route does run through the middle of the park but has little nighttime traffic. Would love to come back again; we wish it weren't quite so far away from home. - PokyRVer
Jul 2016 - $38.00
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. - Guinness
Aug 2015 - $40.00
A brand new park just east of Athol, Idaho. Good location, easy access, friendly staff, good elbow room. Will probably be a 9 or 10 in a few years as they work out the kinks.
Currently paved entrance and interior roads with gravel sites. Decent WiFi, long pull throughs for larger rigs and shortish backins for class B and class C rigs. Decent amount of space between rigs.
Has a good basketball court and nice swimming pool.
Easy access to resort and sites themselves. Some trees but cut high enough to not interfere with most sites.
Very nice looking facility which will get even better with age.
We'd return again. - Tucsonbenz
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Some of the others have complained about this park. This RV park is for convenience to come and go from the park itself, and go back to your trailer. They've made some improvements lately. It has wide enough sites to park big rigs in. No extras here but it serves it's intended purpose. It's perfect if you're here to go to Silverwood and want to be able to come back for lunch or to cool off in your trailer's AC. - Scott S
Sep 2015 - $42.00
This campground is basically here to use Silverwood(theme park). It is a weekend warrior get away to utilize the theme park. The amenities here is basically the theme park we did have full hookups 30 amp, water, sewer. The rules that they give you to abide by or basically nonexistent for the people that camp inside the park. I seen fire rings with wood being burned that's a no-no. I seen up to four vehicles parked in a space with at least 15 to 20 people that's a no-no. I'm not sure what the campground host responsibility is, but from what I could tell they were nonexistent. Look if your young family you want to go to the theme park you will love this place kids running everywhere you can throw rocks, football baseball whatever you want and not have to worry about hitting or not hitting something, now if you're used to rules and people abiding by rules and some type of orderly conduct and parking don't come here, you will be disappointed. We were here for a two day event at the theme park so we made the best of it but I will probably not come back. - monaco cruiser
Sep 2015 - $39.00
The only reason to stay here is to do silver wood and for that it works great! Road noise, check. No WIFI, check. As close as you can get to silverwood without staying in the park, check. Friendly staff and a discount to the park. It is what is and if your not too picky it serves the purpose well. - Fishmon
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This was a nice little find for my scout troop to camp while visiting Silverwood. It was a quick drive to both the park (7mi.) and into Hayden and CDA for supplies. It's not like a typical RV park with manicured lawns. Think of it more like a Forest Service campground but with full hookups. The sites were generously sized with lots of vegetation between. There are no fire rings however so be prepared for that. The driveway and pads are gravel but level enough for stabilizers to balance it out. It's super secluded and pretty quiet. At times you can hear the highway and the occasional train, but never from inside the trailer. The bathrooms were a little run down but clean and we were told by the owner that they were planning to remodel them this year. Garbage service was provided as well as 30amp electric, potable water, and sewer at each site. There are also two pull throughs for larger rigs. The owner was very accommodating and exceptionally nice. We were even allowed to set up a tent. Something no other park would allow. This is definitely a gem and will plan to stay again in the future. - Jenrenee
Aug 2010 - $35.00
Very friendly owner who isn't shy to let you know he is a good Christian man. Park is off the main highway 1/2 mile paved and 1/4 mile good gravel packed road. Has full hook up sites however isn't designated an RV park but more of a campground. This means you can dump your holding tanks at your site sewer connection but you cannot keep it connected during your entire stay. Wasn't much inconvenience for us as we have 4-5 day dry camping ability. Convenient to the city 10 miles away (south) and approx. six miles to Farragut State Park. Very quiet at night. A few trains but mostly noticed them during the day. As noted by other reviewers, the biggest noise comes from the machine shop next door where they like to drop the bucket on the front end loader several times a day. This park accepts cash only so come prepared. We enjoyed our stay and would consider staying again when in the area. - FulltimerFun
Aug 2010 - $35.00
The actual name is Cedar Grove Dude Ranch Campground. I believe it is primarily for the people who are going to the dude ranch, as there is no signage except when you get to the main gate and you have to know about this campground and call for directions to be able to find it. There are only two pull throughs and the only way we could pull into them was to put the picnic table on the wrong side of the coach. The sites are narrow, with the slides out we were barely able to walk around the coach. The sites are separated by trees giving some privacy. We thought the price was high for what we got. No WiFi or sat TV reception. Would not camp here again. - cccnnnsss
Jun 2016 - $38.00
We're staying there next week.
The web address for this park is http://nirvpark.com/. - Dshinnick
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This is a very nice RV park tucked behind a very busy store/gas station on Hwy 95 just north of Hayden. Check in at the service station was friendly and efficient. The park itself is very clean, well maintained, and pretty. Roads were very good, plenty wide with more than adequate turning space. Site was level, long and serviced by excellent utilities. Did not use laundry or bathrooms. While not a destination park it was an excellent place to spend a few days. Would certainly not hesitate to stay here again. - whodat
Jul 2015 - $34.00
We didn't use the showers or restrooms and the sewer hookup for our motorhome was too far away. But the dump station worked out just fine for our 2-night stay. The park is in a lovely setting and the sites were level gravel and good trees for shade. My rating would be higher had the WiFi worked as advertised. It was non-existent throughout our stay, but my Verizon Jetpack worked well. - Lke
Jul 2014 - $23.00
This place is noting to write home about! We had to stay for business but couldn't wait to leave. The train horn all night long is not good. Some of the permanent resident places are really in shambles. OK in a pinch but we will not be back. - Rambotbm
Jul 2010 - $23.00
The Park cafe is closed but the bathrooms and laundry are new. It's a bit dusty and the internet is very slow. We were able to use our Direct TV dish. - bdmiller
Apr 2007 - $21.00
The sites are definitely big enough for a big rig with four slides but the streets are gravel/dirt and soft. If they were very wet you could get stuck. The park could use some maintenance. The sites are grassed which is nice. The train runs all night but with the windows closed it wasn't too bad. There are two full rows of full time RVers and most of them have junky spots. There is a service station with diesel and propane and a cafe and convenience store on site. An old mobile home was the bathrooms, showers and rec hall but I never got up enough nerve to go inside to inspect. There are phone hookups in the first two rows (where the full time sites are.) We stay here any time we go through Sandpoint because it is convenient and there really isn't much choice but we are just going through. The campground is really in Sagle, ID, about 6 miles south of Sandpoint. - Carly
Sep 2012 - $24.00
Really nice COE campground on the Pend Orielle river. As has been said, large sights, lots of shade, lots to do in the park. Would have given it a 10 if there were sewer hookups. Park closes the end of Sept. which is a shame since it was almost full the three week days we were there. Will stay again. - b7xv
Jul 2012 - $24.00
We absolutely LOVE Riley Creek! The sites are large and in the woods with picnic tables and a fire pit provided. The Pend Orielle River is just steps away for boating or hanging on the beach. We enjoy staying here because it is only about a 20 minute drive from Sandpoint, so perfect for a day trip there to play on Lake Pend Orielle. Bathrooms are clean but be sure to have some spare change to use the showers. It books up fast every summer so reservations are highly recommended. - Mochaluvr
Jul 2012 - $13.00
This is a good camp ground, although there are a lot of BUGS. The hosts are nice. - Bob Johnson 361