14 RV 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
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We were getting discouraged about finding a spot for the night, when this came up on my gps. What a complete joy and surprise to find this gem in the country. The owners were very pleasant and helpful. The park is very quiet and you feel like you're in the middle of a meadow. Restrooms and showers are clean and private. If you forget something, they have a nice supply at the office for sale. I would recommend this Park 100%. - Diane Camerer
Nov 2016 - $34.00
This park was such a joy to find! Very nice and very helpful new owners. I felt like I was the most important customer they had at that moment (and there were many campers already there). Cute office with a great store, to be expanded as they settle in. Every site is a pull-thru so it was really EASY for me with my 28 ft MH and trailered car to maneuver and my 3 slides still left plenty of room all around. The gravel was clean and well packed, very neatly done. And you should take a minute to walk in the lush beautiful grass in your site! Even in November, it was like a soft plush carpet! I happened to need propane and they have it available there at a reasonable price and took no time at all to fill up and get me on my way. Nice, quiet park that this young family intends to improve and make even more "kid friendly". I would go out of my way to stay here again! - GreyWolf4
Oct 2016 - $32.00
This is a very nice RV park, with friendly staff who are eager to please. Thankfully, I did not notice any of the problems a previous reviewer did. There are full-time residents, but I didn't feel that they were undesirable in any way. Dogs were leashed and well-behaved. It was quiet at night. Lots of overnight sites available. Previous reviewer and I stayed at two different places, apparently. This was our second time here, and we'll stay again. Showers worked well. Small store, book exchange. You're treated like family here. Could be a little bit more level, but we finagled it. - LeeL
Feb 2017 - $13.00
This 'resort' is terrible! Don't waste your money! It maintains the appearance of nice but without the actual real maintenance necessary to actually be nice. RV spaces are wide enough for your rig but are either gravel that is not level and sinking or poorly paved spots that are crooked and wavy. There is a small concrete pad and half of the sites have picnic tables. The sites are pretty cramped but bigger sites cost quite a bit more. The park has construction projects going on and randomly shut off utilities with no notice. The RV park is in between two major highways a railroad crossing a flight school a shotgun range a mink farm a feed lot a slaughterhouse and catches wind from the sugar plant.. it's very noisy and stinky! After all of that loveliness, the management is rude and dishonest. The park has been open several years (atleast 5) and they claim it's 'brand new' for example. Children are given extremely strict rules to follow such as no bikes and no touching pretty much anything in the clubhouse. They'll enforce the rules on the kids, but people flying through the park at 25mph and dogs nope. This is definitely not a family resort! It's not even a resort in my opinion! - MommyNotz
Dec 2016 - $35.00
I was a monthly guest at this RV place. The place is nice but there are so many changes going on right now that don't make sense. They changed the days to get propane to only 2 days a week and the guy is never even there to do it. The management is absolutely horrible and never in the office. And they kick people out for no reason. The office lady is really nice and the other people that work there, but the manager and her husband are very rude and disrespectful and is never there when needed. They don't like kids here, so don't bring your kids with you. They are mean to them. - BE3R-S13
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This was an awesome campground! It appears to be fairly new and very excellently maintained. This is the best place we stayed on our month long trip. I rarely give a 10/10 but this was it. A beautiful meeting room, really nice showers and laundry room with many washers and dryers. We stayed 2 nights here. Wish they were all like this. Check in was organized and very efficient. They have a night manager on the premises and he was nice. - Peggy Mead
Oct 2016 - $18.00
Very old park, lots of permanent people in old trailers. But we felt safe it was mostly quiet, you could hear trains quite often. We had a nice pull through facing the lake. Ducks and squirrels.
Its a good deal for the price. - Peter - Vickie
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
Apr 2017 - $33.00
I stayed here three nights in March 2017. It's mostly senior full timers, it seems. One of quietest parks I've been in. Very friendly and accommodating staff, clean bathrooms and showers, good wifi. The dog park was closed while I was there but there is plenty of grassy space around the perimeter. - ThomasIdaho
Mar 2017 - $35.00
Easy check-in with an escort to our site. The sites are crushed stone with a concrete patio with lots of room for slide outs. This was an overnight stop, and while I can't find fault with the campground the all-night train level crossing horns is annoying for a light sleeper. The trains are off in the distance, but their horns carry for quite a ways. - JKMF_ontheroad
Jan 2017 - $36.00
Due to our arriving in a snowstorm, our space needed snow removal. It was ready when we arrived, utilities and facilities were all functional as well. Ample staff were friendly and helpful. Laundry and showers were clean. Each shower room was coded access. Park WiFi was a bit slow. - a67rve
Apr 2017 - $37.00
It is an excellent park; the only thing I wish they had more of is outside activities. I realize space is a premium. They do have a pool and small heated pool; but volleyball or pickleball court would be a plus. They have all the amenities plus propane, so you don't have to go anywhere, other than the grocery store. The staff is A-1 and the park is kept clean. This is our summer campground! Thanks. - BearCass1
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 2015 - $20.00
This is just a gravel lot with electric and water hook-ups. It was level so we did not have to use our leveling mechanism. There are untrimmed trees at each site, which were more of a problem than a help, since we had to choose a site with no overhanging ones for our 30' motorhome. I don't know my trees, but they could be box elder trees, which do draw box elder bugs, HOWEVER, we did not see any (I do know what they look like and know they don't pose any threat). Our stay was quiet and we slept well. We were the only ones there all night long. I suppose if you needed to use a bathroom, you could walk back to the gas station where you check in- not too long a walk. Anyway, for $20, it was nice to have the electric for our air conditioner and a quiet sleep for our long journey the next day. - mamadonna
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
Apr 2017 - $36.00
Wanted to write because I thought a previous review was unfair. We previously lived in Boise so stay at Riverside RV frequently when we come back through town. The campground is a combination of live-ins (mostly towards the back) and campers coming in for nightly and weekly stays. We have stayed in both areas and do prefer the transient section but the other isn't bad. Most sites are decently kept. The majority of sites are relatively spacious and have a grass or a concrete patio and parking for the extra vehicle across from the grass or patio. Staff has always gone out of their way to be helpful and the location along the Boise River Greenbelt is great. - Serene and Randy
Sep 2016 - $28.00
All staff was friendly and most helpful. Office staff provided maps and information on local attractions. We stayed in a W&E back-in site next to the river trail, as that was all they had available during our 5 day stay. Those sites are very close together, although you could hang out with some privacy at the rear of your rig, facing the trail and in the shade. It seemed like the pull-through sites are saved for those staying at least a week. The best feature for us was that it was right on the Boise River Trail, allowing us to ride our bikes to downtown (10 miles round trip). Very nice trail. - Pharmboy
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 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