14 Parks near Emmett, Idaho
Sep 2016 - $15.00
This is not for bigger rigs as it has a serious egress problem. We are 55 feet long and 11.8 feet high and had to swerve around tree branches. The aisles are so small that there was no way for us to make the turn into a pull through. Smaller rigs will work but water isn't available which is actually a good thing as the city water of Emmett is so horrible that it runs brown at the local elementary school, and that's after extensive work that was done to bring it up to EPA standards after a hefty fine. It's a good place if you're just there for the fair or overnight but it is on the main highway with plenty of noise. - User3326
May 2012 - $25.00
This is older park with friendly staff. Brother in law lives near here so I chose this park as there were not a lot of choices. It is clean, right on the edge of downtown and very close to McDonalds. Gravel pads were reasonably level. Spaces very close. Wi-Fi worked ok and TV was good. - User1286
May 2007 - $14.00
Small, pleasant RV Park located behind the motel. About half the sites have long term residents. The park is quiet, very well maintained and centrally located in Emmett. Owners are friendly and helpful. Clean laundry with 2 washers/dryers. No restroom facilities, so you need to be self contained. Rates are very reasonable, we paid $70 for a week. - RVRoadie
Oct 2016 - $33.00
I usually rate RV parks by "The Good the Bad and the Ugly" rule as they all usually have some of each. "The Good" here is that the owners are fairly new and easy to deal with and they do take some pride in their ownership but still have a difficult time controlling the, let's call them undesirables, in the park, unless maybe they really don't want to. The Wi-Fi is ok sometimes and slow sometimes. Another "Good" is that there are no fires allowed on the sites but there is a fire pit available which can still be a problem for some depending on wind direction and whether you enjoy keeping your windows open or not. "The Bad" is that probably 90 percent of the residents are long term residents with some undesirables mixed in. It seems that very few pay attention to the 5MPH speed limit in the park so the gravel noise, even during the late hours at night and the gravel dust from driving too fast is much more apparent than it has been in the past and causes breathing problems. There are actually only maybe 7 sites available for the real RV travelers. The owners have actually park overnighters in the streets between the rows of RVs when sites are no longer available, which I have never seen before in any park and may actually be illegal because of emergency vehicle access if needed. The other "Bad" is the dog off-leash and barking and fighting and cleanup that all RV parks have to deal with on a constant basis. There are often cows across the street that you can smell at times and of course the flies come along with them. "The Ugly" here is that the chairs by the office door on the little front porch is where some people hang out to smoke their cigs etc. So if second hand smoke bothers you then this can be a real problem when going to the office for a newspaper or something else or even to the laundry. Another "Ugly" are the large dogs including pit bulls that run "off leash" in the park with no one saying anything to the owners. New park up the road next year. - Roger W
Oct 2016 - $29.00
We stayed overnight at the park. The front office very, very nice. They were full but put us next to the office with a long extension cord for electricity and we were also able to get hooked up to water. The park is small, but the spots seemed adequately spaced. They have a little store and there is a cafe just a short walk away. Nothing fancy, good for a day or two stay. - KomfortTravelers
Sep 2016 - $30.00
I normally try to stay in Boise, but I could not find anything in Boise or Meridian and that is why I ended up in Caldwell. The new owners (ex military purchased in 2015) are extremely helpful and seem to care about us and how we perceived their park. There is adequate space between sites with beautifully maintained grassy areas separating each site with very level gravel parking on each site. The only small negative is they do not have any picnic tables, but since I rarely use one, it didn't bother me. - USA by RV
Sep 2016 - $36.00
Park is very well maintained. Management is very nice. Good wifi. BUT don't stay here if you are a light sleeper. There are railroad tracks nearby and we were awakened every 2 hours throughout the night when the trains going by would blow their whistle. And the whistle was not a couple of short toots but long drawn out repeated whistles. Impossible to sleep! Could also hear road noise from the nearby freeway. - Sven555
Jul 2016 - $39.00
Nice RV park close to interstate, but quiet. A resort? Don't think so, but nice laundry facility and a pond. There is a 4' wide strip of grass between sites. Good Verizon service and OTA tv signals (along with included cable). WiFi worked reasonably well and you can pay for an upgrade to WiFi service if you need better service. The sites are loose rock and there is hardly any shade. Not much right around the park, but you are close enough to Nampa and Boise. - jtl2
Jul 2016 - $31.00
our rate was based on a one week stay.
This is a fairly large park with paved streets and spacious sites, some are paved and the rest gravel. The hookups are well placed and sites have cement pads and picnic tables. Since this is a new park there is very little shade but trees have been planted. There is a nice fishing pond and some of the sites back onto it. There are various site categories and prices. The staff are friendly but you rarely see them.
I'm not sure why they chose this location for a park, there's a shooting range close by and a mink ranch that you definitely notice when the wind blows in the right direction. The garbage dumpster is at the end of the park and about a five minute walk from the other end.
Upon check in we had to initial and sign 3 pages of rules and anything over one dog is a $2.00 a day charge. there is a small dog run at one end of the park, otherwise you will have to take your dog out of the park on a dirt road to do his business or for exercise.
Overall this is a nice park that could use some fine tuning. - pheasantplucker57
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Worst place we ever stayed we stayed in a forty ft motor home. We were going to stay two nights, pulled out after first night, did not feel safe. Cops were coming through all hours of the night & firetrucks were in there checking things out It was almost like a homeless camp. Took my dog for a walk around the park, seen all kinds of nasty stuff along the borders of the property. I slept with my pistol not under my pillow but on top of the pillow, pretty rough looking place. My advice pass this place by. Would not ever stay here again. - DandMandS
Jun 2016 - $27.00
This is an inexpensive trailer park for permanent residents with a couple of short, 30 amp, pull-through sites for overnight guests. Bathrooms, showers, and laundry were dated but fairly clean. WiFi worked well.
I would not stay here again. - JoyceM
Nov 2015 - $28.00
Park has a lot of year round sites. Some older vehicles but no accumulation of debris. Very convenient huge dumpster on the way out of park. Water pressure good, and sewer system in good shape. Management is extremely helpful and professional. - steppin right along
Oct 2016 - $37.00
Clean and quiet. Lots of permanent residents, but still very clean. Great facility for dog owners. - lexilee
Oct 2016 - $12.00
Rate is based on monthly rate at $370 for a non-cable site ($40 extra per month for a cable site). This is a very nice resort, one of the best we've visited. Front desk staff is awesome, friendly and efficient. Housekeeping does a great job; the facilities always look great. Restrooms and showers are individual rooms and have a small stack of white cotton bathmats (like a hotel) for guest use which are dropped into a laundry basket when you're finished; a very nice touch. Escort to site and trash pickup at site. Sites are huge, level, with large gravel, cement patio, strip of grass, trees scattered about, back-ins around perimeter and pull thrus in the middle, and tons of room between neighbors; very nice. Interior roads paved, wide and easy to navigate. Utilities fine. Everything is neat and clean, nice pool, spa and sauna; great clubhouse with kitchen, puzzles, games, book and DVD library. An added bonus; the WIFI is actually pretty decent. This, I never count on. Yes, it slows up occasionally, but it is consistently way better than just about everywhere we've been. A few train whistles in the distance but no big deal. I never give 10's but IMHO, they deserve one. - lets move
Sep 2016 - $33.00
We were very pleased with this find. The sites are nice and wide and the roads are the widest I have encountered. I think you could take a 60 ft rig in here with no issues. A minor complaint is the river rock pads being a little hard to walk on. The pool and hot tub were a nice touch. There is a sauna also but it was closed up while we were here. Very nice dog park and a dog walk is just outside the fence of the park. Each site comes with a patio and table. The main drag, Cleveland Blvd with all the stores is 5 minutes away. As others state, wifi was touch and go. This is wine country so be sure to visit the wineries. - akeller156
Sep 2016 - $37.00
It is a bit of a struggle to get from the expressway to the campsight which is located in a residential area with some nice parks close by. Several surface streets to traverse and tough in afternoon traffic.
The reward is the campground - the widest in park streets I have ever seen. Easy to pull into the sites and get out.
About 25% are long term and are all neat except for one guy that was growing a jungle of vines which had almost covered his entire camper - must be an old hippy!
Great staff, park is kept very clean and it is quiet.
WiFi was good and so was Verizon. - Larry Jenkins
Aug 2016 - $37.00
You will be escorted to your site for parking guidance. This is necessary, otherwise your slide-out could touch your neighbors awning, or your own awning reaches your other neighbors slide-out. Yes, sites are close together.
Despite this, we would come back.
Good service (waste pick-up at your site) and the park is very clean. Small pool area compared to the pet park. Nice recreation hall.
This RV park is worth the money! - Bluesbirdy
Aug 2016 - $37.00
Nicely laid out. Pull-through row was a little close, but had ample slides and awning room. Nice grass , concrete patio, level good gravel site. Baths were super, clean, private rooms, laundry large, fair cost, less than most. WiFi...well, you know how that goes, but adequate mostly. Out of the business of Boise, but easy to access all. We would come back. - ToniB
Jul 2015 - $20.00
The comments made before are still the same. The only complaint is that the trees have now grown and create a problem rubbing the RV. The price has changed to $20.00. I have 50 amps and assume so do all the rest. There are just two site taken. No noise at all at night. I would stay here again. - Jimmyk
May 2015 - $20.00
Started using this park several years ago. $15 with sewer dump in rv park, now $20 plus $5 sewer dump next to store/gas station. Trees overgrown and very hard to maneuver without scratching RV. No one else in park so parked wrong way to have TV and stay out of trees. I will look for another place to overnight in the future. - bigbuda
Aug 2012 - $15.00
Very basic park. All pull throughs on gravel. Each site has two small trees. Sites 21-25 have 50 amp. Only two sites were in use when we were there. RV park is behind the Produce Barn, which is behind the convenience store/service station. Only restrooms are in store. Dump is available, but campers pay the same fee as the public: $5. To find on map systems, search for "All American Food" in Fruitland. This park is right off I-84 and is fine for an overnight, but we probably wouldn't stay much longer. - Ken and Lee
Sep 2016 - $36.00
The park is mostly permanent residents. It is a gravel parking lot with dilapidated/broken cement patios. The patios in the section for overnighters and visitors do not necessarily correspond to the position of the MH. Cable/phone boxes are sometimes in the way of getting slides out.
The location is great for a visit to Boise. It provided easy access to the entertainment district and downtown. It is along the greenbelt with fishing, biking, and walking right at your front door. - Sidehill
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Our first night was spent in a Long Term site, in the dust bowl, next to the stream. The next morning we were able to move to the pull through sites in the front rows. These sites feature full hookups, a strip between your RV and the tow vehicle parking which is concrete walkway and grass. Plenty of room. Staff was very helpful and friendly. The River Walk is just a few steps away and great stuff...including the Cormorant Rookery. The fairgrounds were pretty quiet during our stay, late in the season. This is a handy location, near major stores and amenities. We enjoy our stays here and will return when in the area. - SilverBear
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Riverside RV Park is nice as long as you focus on the first three rows. The first row are the back-in sites that have water and electric only. The next two rows are pull-thrus sites that have FHU. The pull-thru sites have a strip of concrete and a strip of grass giving it a spacious look.
There are two sections to the back-in sites (Golf Course and Green Belt). Golf Course (sites 1 thru 10) has a make shift utility service. The electrical service was fastened to the picket fence and some lines were on the ground. Each site is connected to a green water line also attached to the picket fence. I sure hope this green hose was approved for drinking. We chose not to use this hose for drinking water.
The Golf Course sites were fairly long but definitely not level. We have seen many RV's bottom out trying to get into the site. The Green Belt sites were shorter in length and have the typical pedestal arrangement.
Beyond the first three rows are the long term residents. The sites are "side by side" and are extremely tight. Some of the rigs look that they have been abandoned but people are living in them. There is a lot of "junk" surrounding the sites. Multiple cars per site parked haphazardly. Not a pretty site.
The bathhouse had 4 showers per gender and (8) washers @ $1.50 and (8) dryers @ $1.50 for 60 minutes. The bathrooms were clean but starting to show their age. WiFi was available but not very usable. You would need to go to the office for good reception. Verizon air card and phone reception was good. There is a dump station within the park. Some of the trees need to be pruned.
Considering this is an inner city campground, some leeway should be made. However, I do think that management should have tighter controls on what is allowed on a site as well as the condition of the rigs.
This is probably the best campground in the area. Remember that this campground is located in Garden City not Boise. We would come back being aware of what to expect. - adsaxs
Sep 2012 - $26.00
When we pulled in the office was closed for the long weekend so it was self check in. We drove through the site which was dirt roads and dirt sites. The park was almost full of permanent residents and really unappealing. We left and really would not recommend it. - Terry G
Aug 2012 - $25.00
This RV Park is dominated by the rudest manager I have ever come across. Non professional, lacks people skills downright mean lady. She locks down the bathrooms and told me, "Too bad. You live in a RV use the damn thing!" She lies and says she is the owner of the park, not allowing anyone to complain to higher ups. The park is dirty. Its a park that people use to live at, with all their corresponding junk and cars. I would not stay here again if it was the last spot on God's green earth. - mrsnoose
Mar 2012 - $18.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this park. The Manager was very nice and the restrooms, showers and laundry were updated as well as always clean and tidy! We'll stay there anytime we are anywhere near Nampa, Idaho. - RV On The Move