16 RV Parks near Donnelly, Idaho
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This is a quaint, old RV park that is fun to be in because the caretakers are wonderfully friendly. "If you can't get comfortable here, it is your fault!" I am quoting the manager. I concur with the previous reviews about the satellite and small sizes of the sites. Good for an overnite. The only thing about the bathrooms i would complain about is the very short/small "barroom" type swinging doors on the stalls. We would come back. - saturn7
Aug 2015 - $10.00
I would discourage those looking for a quiet, restful RV park from staying here. This park is full of working men that get up early, start their diesel trucks and let them run for 10 minutes before pulling out and heading to work. Also, WIFI is low grade. very little bandwidth, so if the park is full, good luck getting online and staying online.
Having said that, the onsite managers are friendly and helpful. - jsharp
Aug 2015 - $23.00
Nice park with adequate FHUs. No 50 amp and a sat connection is difficult as there are trees. Wifi is good as is cell reception (ATT). Sites are on the small side but satisfactory. Grounds are clean but the park is a bit dusty and could be better manicured. Staff is very nice and helpful. This is an excellent location to explore the beauty of Idaho and the town of McCall.
Rate reflects a weekly rate. - nmunozjr
Jun 2016 - $30.00
The campground restroom and shower facility were recently remodeled and very clean. The campground store was very well stocked. My motorhome was parked on a level concrete slab with shade from some very large trees. Hosts were friendly and the park was very clean and well kept. - Havasuman
Aug 2015 - $37.00
Concrete pads and mostly level but Tons of leaves ! We could not get Satelite TV and was not able to use their internet. The laundry has 5 new washers and 5 dryers shabby appearance but looks like they are working on improving. Close to town and airport. - dd2some
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Now this was a pleasant surprise. We could not get a spot at Ponderosa so we elected to try here. A-1 on friendliness and accommodations and suggesting local activities. My wife and I have a dog with our 30' trailer, and a daughter and grandson with family arriving later in the day in separate cars. Getting a site to accommodate us all seemed unlikely. We wanted a site that we could put a tent up adjacent to. We were not asked if we had a dog, were not charged extra for having 5 adults and 3 gg-grandchildren and assigned site 24. $35 a night ... what a breath of fresh air to get such a bargain. The concrete pad was perfectly flat, we had shade in the hottest part of the day and plenty of room for a large tent. The traffic from both the road and airport was surprisingly quiet, even though we were in view of both. Now ... forget the wifi .... like Ponderosa Park's wifi ..... totally unusable (and you have to pay at Ponderosa). If you walk up to the office ... yes, it will work. But this is no different than 80% of all RV Park wifi. So setup your hotspot with your phone if you need the Internet. You came here to avoid it anyway. There was mention of inadequate and dirty showers .... that was BEFORE July 4th, 2015. The bathrooms and showers now are expansive and ... well, very very nicely done. And just a short skip to town ... you could even walk. I highly recommend this park. Free popcorn too .... - gritz
May 2017 - $51.00
Second time staying here!! Beautiful grounds, extremely clean, nice indoor pool and hot tub. Staff very helpful, help get you to your site. Trash pickup each morning and propane available. LOTS of deer right in park. Nice easy walking. Close to Payette Lake, resturants and shopping. Cell service good, Wi-Fi available but not real great. Nice experience! - Bernadette Newman
May 2017 - $45.00
Wide level sites, great lodge, pool and hot tub, workout, trails, minutes from McCall, trees, clean. One of the best RV parks in the NW. - T Perry
Oct 2016 - $50.00
Nature all around. We camped by the lake. It was so beautiful. Foxes and deer all around us. Places to walk around the park. Only complaint was When we leveled out our motorhome in the site we stayed in the sewer hookup was below our elevation so we had to dump in the pull through dump area at the entrance of the park. Would stay here again. - KellyLynnHoff
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Excellent dry camping park on a beautiful lake. We have a 36' trailer so the corner around the end loop was tight but fine. Backing into our spot was also not for a newbie due to trailer length, but we were allowed to park the pick up sideways in front so everything fit.
The only drawback was that the fire pit and table for our spot was behind our trailer, which worked fine since the people in front of our spot didn't use theirs so it was available to us. Once new people showed up though we were out of luck. The view made it all worth while, though.
All in all an excellent park that we will definitely be using again. - Webfoot0807
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Oldest campground in Lake Cascade State Park, and really not suitable for large rigs. We worked hard to get 43' coach into site 8, but the view of the lake was worth it. Low water in the lake exposed lots of beach to walk on and there is a 5 mile trail starting just behind the park. - bobcovey
Sep 2013 - $10.00
We stayed here for 3 weeks during the end of September and beginning of October. We chose this RV park for their low rates. Only 300 for a month. Location is good. Very close to downtown McCall, 1 mi, we walked into town most days. Although it is directly on the main road so you do get a lot of traffic noise in the day, it is very quiet at night. The park itself is nothing to get excited about. VERY small park to accommodate 17 sites. We have a 34' 5th wheel and had a bit of a time getting it into our site. Be fore-warned if you have a rig of similar size. Owners are nice folks and accommodating when asked even though we were hardly greeted and were never given any information about park rules, fees, amenities or any of the like. Bottom line it fit our needs, cheep and near town. But the park could use some updates or more room. - tpsmith82
Aug 2016 - $30.00
We stayed a week coming in on a Monday after school started so very quiet during the week. Friendly and accommodating and let us pick our site from those open. Picnic table on a concrete slab. Streets are gravel and can be dusty when someone doesn't abide by the speed limit. Loved the location close to Payette Lake. Park offers kayaks, life jackets and oars for residents. Nice beach along the river that connects to the walking trail going around the city of Cascade. Wonderful views of the Ospreys and Pelicans in the lake. Only downside was we stayed at the RV on Saturday and everyone ran their atvs up and down the streets all day. I would assume they brought them to enjoy the many trails in the Boise National Forest but seems like most residents spent more time running them in the RV park. Little annoying especially with one young man who spent the entire day driving it up and down the streets. Other than that little annoyance we had a great time and would recommend it to anyone regardless if you have a motorhome or camper or even a tent. - Klove0906
Aug 2016 - $3.00
We stayed 3 days staff very friendly. Bad WiFi. Spaces very close together. Way too many golf carts driven by older people but they were careful and ATV's driven by under age children this way not good. The older long term tenants had nice spots with cement patios but others just had dirt and nice trees. People hung their wet laundry out to dry this was very disturbing. Some site were larger than others.
Will try it one more time. - Mr GiGi
Jun 2016 - $28.00
We arrived a few days earlier than our scheduled reservation but the office staff were very accommodating and found a site for us. The campground is located adjacent to the Payette River. The campground is big rig friendly, BUT there are lots of sites with overhanging tree branches that can make entry into sites difficult. Sites are hard packed dirt. We had two different sites and both required the use of leveling blocks. I believe all RV sites are full hookup, but some have 30 amp electric only. Some sites have concrete patios, some don't. Some sites have more space between them than others. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Restrooms/showers were cleaned daily. There are several tent camping areas in the campground. Free use of kayaks is offered and there are horseshoe pits. There are several trails around the campground and plenty of places to walk pets. Verizon data and cell service worked well, and we had numerous OTA channels. The park offers cinnamon rolls on Saturday mornings to guests Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, and they offer a Sunday morning breakfast for a fee. We would stay again if passing through the area. - Guinness
Sep 2014 - $25.00
Ridgeview is one of two "premium" campgrounds at Lake Cascade State Park. The other is "Poison Creek" on the west side of the lake (quite far actually from this location). Ridgeview is along the lake, the farthest sites in this CG will be no farther than a couple of hundred feet from the water. Some sites have full hookups, some lack sewer. The sites with the better view of the lake are situated about 15 ft above lake level and do not have sewer. The CG has somewhat of a "chinese menu" for pricing - with/without sewer, over/under 62, and I understand next season in/out of state of Idaho. The shower building is new and immaculate. Showers are free to those who stay at this CG. There are two other neighboring campgrounds (that are part of the State Park) and those staying there must pay $3 per person per shower. There is a host on-site. He is VERY efficient and helpful. They also sell wood at 5/bundle. - alansills
Apr 2017 - $16.00
We stay for 3 months a year at $330.00 per month plus electric. The park has many activities during the summer and is located on the Payette river and 5 minutes from Cascade Lake. The managers are great and go out of their way to make your stay fun and entertaining. The sites are great with wifi and cable. We had no problem with our satellite dish. They have secured boat parking and storage units if needed. You can even make your own totem pole. - Clyde P
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Park is on the left heading into Cascade, just a mile south of the centre of town. Didn't have a reservation, but no problem, a lot of seasonal people had already left.
We were given site on Payette River. Site are a bit close together but with no neighbours this was not a problem.
Didn't use washroom/showers but did use the laundry - a real bargain: $1 to wash/$0.50 for 40 minutes of drying.
Sites were easy to navigate inside park - gravel roads.
Wifi was great - not a lot of people in the park so watched Netflix movie uninterrupted. I imagine, in the heat of summer with a full park, this wouldn't be possible.
Staff was excellent.
We would definitely stay here again. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We have returned to this campground for three years and will be returning in the spring of 2017 and will keep our 5th wheel there for the summer. Close by to Cascade Lake which is a large lake full of perch and smallies.
We pay by the month and for 2016 it was $325.00 + electric. - Dave Bid