8 RV Parks near Glenns Ferry, Idaho
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Big things come in small packages. The campground I remember the most on our Ohio to Pacific Northwest and back. Small but big on Hospitality and charm. Historic farm machinery thru out the camp and western theme made for a very quaint stop. - WuffWuff
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Nice place with nice owners! We wanted to attend the Historic Opera house dinner show, and they booked our reservation for us... very helpful. The owners have recently taken it over during the past year and seem to be getting things in shape. The sites were clean and nicely shaded. The facility is in a good location close to the cute little town of Glenns Ferry. Be sure and visit the state park and visitor center, museum, and the fun Historic Opera House. Several fun businesses in town too. Be sure as everyone says, say hello to Romeo... a four legged delight! Park is very pet friendly with nice grounds. cell service and WiFi. - Bernadette Newman
Sep 2015 - $25.00
What a gem. This little park is clean, easy to get into even for a 40' motorhome towing, and friendly. The new owner was very helpful. Any review prior to November 2014 should be ignored as that is when the current owner took over. The buildings are all freshly painted and the grounds are clean and welcoming. It is quiet except for the occasional train in the distance. The freeway noise is practically nonexistent. We will definitely stay here again and will highly recommend Trail Break to friends. Be sure to say Hi to Romeo and give him a pat on the head. - Team 2Bs
Oct 2016 - $30.00
A very decent Idaho state park. We were just passing through and decided to stay a couple of nights. 1/2 price senior discount available Sun-Thur if you qualify. Two seperate camping areas. The upper was typical with decent sites, but with gravel pads. The lower campground had asphalt pads, but kind of a weird layout. Several "companion" sites which cost more than a regular but are double wide to share. Not wide enough if one or both have slides though. Several other sites shared the driveway with one site going straight back and the other is very close (and small yard) at a 45 degree angle. Hopefully you know your neighbor! Lots of grass in both loops and a decent number of nice trees. Very bigrig friendly. Good Verizon coverage but sattelite reception depends on site and trees. Park is on the river. No sites have river frontage, but a few in the upper loop have views. Walking trail in the park follows a section of the Oregon Trail and leads to the ferry crossing area. - Jerry and Betsy
Sep 2016 - $19.00
Nice state park, had a good site and it was level with water and elect and a dump site. Nice area to walk the dog and lots of grass with paved streets.
The rangers were great on check in, let us go find our site than come back to check in ( we like to pick out our own site ) Just an over night stay and we would stay here again when in the area. - Jay Herb
Sep 2016 - $31.00
Good place for a stopover but not sure how lively an extended stay would be. Small town with limited services. Thanks to the staff who went way out of their way attempting to make sure we got our senior discount. - Phototrekker
Aug 2014 - $25.00
Small park adjacent to Carmela Winery and golf course, which runs along Snake River. Level sites, shade trees. Sites were reasonably spaced. Staff was very friendly. Winery had wine tastings, as well as a restaurant with a bar. Campsite was close to historic Oregon Trail info and 3 Island Crossing where pioneers crossed the Snake River on the way to Oregon. Stayed an extra day just to do sightseeing. Would stay here again. - oldguyinrv
Aug 2014 - $25.00
This is a standard RV park. The things that make it stand out however are the restaurant, excellent golf (9/18 holes, well groomed course), and winery - good choices and some very good selections. Added bonus is the history of the area. - DennisK
Jul 2014 - $25.00
The campground has pull through sites available. The people were friendly and accommodating. The electrical service in the park was installed in the 30s or 40s. We observed very wide swings in the voltage as we turned on various appliances. We only able to run one air conditioner and had turn that off to run the microwave . Although Wi-Fi is available, it is $6.99 per day . It was more cost effective to use our Verizon MiFi. The park is very well maintained. The are grassy areas around each site. No picnic tables, shower houses, or other services. It was a great place to overnight. We will use this park again, hopefully for a few days so we can enjoy the restaurant, golf, and vineyards. - SunnyHoward
Sep 2014 - $27.00
We liked this state park very much. It is located out in the middle of nowhere so shopping requires some planning. There really is no place to park at the Visitor's Center with your RV. We had a reservation so check in was not required. The campground loops are located a mile or so from the Visitor's Center. We stayed in the new section which is wide open with few trees and is much better for a big rig. Site was level and utilities adequate. Very nice dump station with easy access. Did not check out or use the bathhouse. Verizon cell/mifi worked fine. We arrived on a Saturday for 3 nights and by Sunday, we were the only campers in our loop. For those with military benefits, Mountain Home AFB is about a 25 mile drive and has a nice BX/Commissary. We would stay here again if in the area. - roadking
Aug 2014 - $27.00
Very well maintained, clean fully functioning facilities. A bit eerie for us pulling in late to be the only campers, but high summer on a weekday is off season as it is the desert and hot. Great amenities with 2 lakes with fish, an Observatory, programs available on weekends, and a decent little visitor's center. Then there is the amazing 3 plus dunes it is named for. The kids went "sand boarding" and had a great time on the dunes on rented boards. Good facility and a gem of a find for our "breather day" - BC_fly_fisher
Jul 2014 - $32.00
We stayed at the Broken Wheel campground, which is the older of the two. The advantage is there are some trees that provide limited shade. It was 100 degrees when we were there. A little pricey for what you get. The bathrooms and showers were adequate as were the connections. The picnic table was full of bird poop. There are sites with shelters for the picnic tables. If you are going to visit, visit when the observatory program is available. This is worth the trip. Also, go on the scorpion hunt with the park ranger, at night. They are luminescent with UV light. My kids loved it! Do not go in the dead of summer - too hot to enjoy the dunes. A bit too pricey. - silver2007
Oct 2016 - $30.00
This was the last stay on a long trip and very satisfactory. Pros: very helpful office staff. They made sure we had a site that would get satellite TV reception. It was only $30 per night and well worth it. It is a good stopover and might be good for a longer stay if interested in exploring the area. The WiFi was outstanding, and we have found this mostly unusual as we travel to different parks. Cons: nothing stands out but the farmyard smell. We got used to it quickly but did not spend a lot of time outside. - Slkeyes
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Stayed for 2 nights to see the area, especially the Fossil Beds N.M. Campground is well maintained and never experienced the dust mentioned previously. We walked these roads every morning and I found them to be in good shape and wide enough for me. They are packed gravel and lava rock and almost seem to be like asphault pavement. The sites are also packed down very small gravel and lava. The sites are somewhat narrow but the grass areas in between are wider then other places. That does present an issue. There are many trees here and with the narrow gravel site and trees and grass to avoid it took a number of tries to get our trailer in a position so that we could extend the slides and miss the trees and utilities. But once set up we enjoyed our stay. Wifi was strong and constant. It was quiet most of the time with some vehicle noise in the evening and early a.m. Many sites didn't have any activity or a vehicle so I assume they may be seasonal sites. And there looks to be some permanent residents. Check in was easy and staff was friendly. Not much of a store with limited items. There is a grocery store, a couple of restaurants and 2 fuel stations in town. Couldn't get a satellite signal due to the trees but OTA antenna picked up a number of stations. - RV'er
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We had a very nice end site that had a sitting area that was all grass. We had rain while we were there so the grass watering did not really bother us and neither did dusty roads.
The check in was easy and the host was very helpful pointing out all the local attractions.
The campground was completely full and was still very quite. I think it had a lot of the highway workers staying so not much partying going on.
We would stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Apr 2017 - $12.00
This is how an RV park should be done! The spaces are wide and level, good length to where you really don't have to disconnect if you have an average sized rig. The hook ups are centered on the sites for maximum compatibility. They have group sites and individual sites and the park is extremely well maintained. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful and they go above and beyond (even bringing your propane to you! Yes they have a propane fill station!) They have a good playground and although we stayed too early in the year for the pool it's situated nicely. The kids really enjoyed this park as they were free to ride their bikes and play so long as we could see them. Every g7 resort we've stayed at has upheld this same level of great! - MommyNotz
Mar 2017 - $36.00
Everyone very friendly. Sites are large and spacious. Roads easy to navigate, plenty wide. This park was designed by someone who knows RVing which is unusual. We will definitely stay here again. WIFI and cable were outstanding. I very seldom give a 10 but this park deserves it. - cbor
Nov 2016 - $36.00
This is a very nice RV park. Friendly staff, quick check-in. We were led to our site. Nice long paved pull-through's. Can't think of anything negative to say about this park. - wntrtxn
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Very little has changed since we were here about 4 years ago. This is a great overnight campground. It is also worth spending a day or two exploring the area. There are a number of interesting state parks such as Malad Gorge, Hagerman Fossil Bed NM and Box Canyon in the area.
All of the interior roads and sites within High Adventure RV Park are on volcanic rock. All sites are pull-thrus, extremely long and fairly level. They can accommodate almost any size rig. Every site is separated by a wide swatch of grass. Most of the sites are shaded provided by the mature trees. Some of them need a little pruning.
The first row has water and electric, the second row has FHU's. There was a dump station but it appears to no longer be in use. During our stay the FHU row was filled with seasonal residents. The electrical box contained 30 and 20 amp plugs. The voltage was good. The utility box and water spigot was on the appropriate side.
There are (2) bathrooms each containing a shower. They were clean and usable. There is (1) washer and (1) dryer costing $0.75 each.
There are neither picnic tables nor fire rings on the sites. WiFi was available and usable. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good.
It was very quiet at night. This is an excellent campground to kick back and relax. We will come back to this park. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Jun 2016 - $25.00
If you like elbow room, private grassy area, level sites, quiet and a location close to Thousand Springs State parks, this is the place for you. It is right off I84 but very quiet and only 30 miles from Twin Falls BUT all the state park sites are very close! The park does not have amenities and a little bare bones but the staff is friendly and accommodating and the sites are nice! Price is terrific!
We camped here in a 36' MH and would definitely return. - redhead11
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Truly a Campground and we love it. We had time to kill so we stayed two nights. Located right along the on ramp for eastbound I-84 but set back and very quiet. All wide Pull thru sites, full hook-ups 50amps on back sites. Had plenty of room for our 43' Motor Home and toad. Partial on front. lots of trees but not heavily wooded. Satellite was kind of iffy because of some trees on the south end of the FHU sites, however owner said it was ok to turn around the wrong way if we wanted to get a better signal. Lots of singing birds. No WiFi .Cafe wasn't open. - CookieRV
220 E 10th N Mountain Home, Idaho 83647 (map) | (208) 587-5111
Sites: 80 | Latest Rate: $37.00 | 21 Reviews
Sep 2016 - $37.00
Good overnight park. Three miles off the interstate so it was quiet except for the trains that are fairly close. Very clean with friendly staff. An older and tired former KOA. Had a nice long pull through on grass/gravel. Could not get the Wi-Fi to work but had good cell service so used my hot spot. In a pinch we'd stay again. - joans8849
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Stayed one night here in July while headed to Washington coast . Then stayed here on the way back we liked it so much .Very nice park . Quiet and very well kept . Big area to walk the dog but no dog park . Walmart and others just down the road . Grass and concrete . They water at night ,so don't leave anything out you don't want washed off . - Airstream 25
Mar 2015 - $36.00
Gravel/lawn site, but the back in sites are old paved and fairly level- least #7. Good amounts of TV channels, WiFi a little on the slow side. I can hear the trains maybe 1/2 mile from us. This place seems to be right in town with houses all around it. - 1200bruce