6 RV Parks near Burley, Idaho
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Burley. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Burley in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $24.00
This park was a pleasant little find. It has Full hookups, Wi-Fi, gravel roads and sites. Concrete curbs define the spacious, open sites and contain the grass. This is a beautiful park with a walking trail along the Snake River. - whizbang
May 2018 - $23.00
This is a lovely city RV park with a mix of back in and pull through sites. Sites are long and wide with plenty of room between neighbors. Road ways are paved; sites are gravel. There's a concrete patio area with picnic table and BBQ grill and plenty of room to park an unhitched tow. Restrooms are located in the City Park area to the front of the RV park. There's a children's play area located there as well. A walking trail takes you along the river and into the local arboretum. The camp host will provide the WiFi password and code for the bathroom/shower. We will definitely stay here again. - DiplomatTraveler
Apr 2018 - $25.00
We have stayed here several times as it is a good first/last night out. It is fairly quiet with a nice little walking trail on the river. We have not been when there is a "camp host" before. There was a sign to see the host, but no host around. We saw a few cones parked at sites and assumed they were taken, so pulled into an open site. After set up I went back to the pay kiosk and the host was there. He seemed confused (thought we came in the night before). I told him our site and was informed by his wife we had to move, the site was reserved! She was not willing to exchange sites because we were in a long-term site (they were exactly the same). Later the park manager came over and apologized. The host rode around in his cart (with the marker cones in the back) and escorted folks to their sites when he noticed their arrival. We will be back, because the park and management are great. - SAU51
Sep 2017 - $27.00
Don't follow your GPS instructions it will send you through a tight trailer park; instead look for signs leading into the park.
The good: easy big rig stop, level gravel road in with no tight turns, open sky for satellite, level gravel pull through spots, clean restroom, showers and laundry, friendly owner.
The bad: the road NOISE! Lots of goat head stickers around sites. Park is full of residents with junk piled around, overnighters get spaces right up against the highway away from internet access, and did I mention the road NOISE! Don't expect to sit outside and have a conversation. Bring ear plugs, lots of ear plugs.
Also, the road out of the park is full of potholes so go very slowly. - Road Train
Aug 2017 - $27.00
Trafic noise from highway is extremely loud. Water pressure is horrible. Owners are greedy and will not reimburse for unexpected short stays. - Stephen89207
May 2017 - $25.00
Very nice overnight stay. Decent sized sites. Gravel roads and level sites. Clean and nice restrooms and showers. Great laundry with 3 newer washers and dryers, at only $1 each. Full hookups with 50AMP. Grass sites with picnic tables and grills. Only problem is the closeness of the Freeway. Use a little noisemaker! - The Mangonel
Oct 2013 - $25.00
Mostly mobile homes. Few RV sites, no laundry or restrooms, You must provide your own. Convenient location to the freeway and restaurant. - fishon4us
May 2018 - $20.00
Water and electric, parked right on co-located golf course. Very pretty, but quite noisy from traffic. Good wifi. Super friendly folks at the Elks. Very level sites, on grass, might be issues when wet. - KAP99
Oct 2013 - $20.00
An Elks member only park. An excellent place to stay. Parking on grass which looks like it may be soft when very wet. It was dry when we've been here (3 times) so I haven't seen wet first hand. An extremely friendly club with golf course attached. The absolute best prime rib dinner. If you can be here on the last Wed. of the month it is fork tender. - Bucky Beaver
Nov 2017 - $40.00
First thing was the place is over priced, and the sites were tight, watch out for trees and your slides. This place was OK, didn't give us any warm and fuzzy feeling. Next time we'll try another exit. Not sure how they got the rating here, which is the only reason we gave it a try! - kcjflea
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Always stop here when we are traveling from Colorado to Pacific Coast. Always good service and clean park. Quiet and friendly. The food at the main building small food vendor is great. Worth the money. We will stay here again if going through. - biscuitbeagle
Oct 2017 - $31.00
Great overnight spot close to interstate but not "real" noisy. If satellite is needed be sure to ask. Very few sites without trees. Then again, if you want shade you can have it. Nice park and they will deliver dinner. Spacious lots. Site surface is grass and features a picnic table. - Kirt
Aug 2016 - $37.00
We stopped here for a couple days because it was en route between other destinations. I think this would be a better fall or spring destination than summer, and I'd skip it altogether if you don't fish or kayak (there's no swimming at the lake).
No sewer at the sites, but there's a dump station at the entrance/exit of the park.
Summertime + water meant there were a lot of bugs, so we spent most of our time indoors, but we did enjoy watching the birds from our trailer and even saw a huge jack rabbit one evening. - Busy Camper
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The camp sites on the inner ring of the loop had the picnic tables (chained down), & fire rings on the back side of the trailer. Very inconenvient! Also, the site pads were not at all close to level (side to side, and front to back). Bring plenty of leveling blocks. Other than these items, it was a nice place to stay. - George48
Jun 2016 - $34.00
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. - Guinness