8 RV Parks near Gooding, Idaho
Aug 2016 - $15.00
City run park with water, electricity and concrete parking slabs, very clean and green, not many trees, right off Idaho 46 north of Gooding. We have stayed here three separate times and park was nearly empty each time, pay is by honor system. There is a free RV dump in town that is for the guests of the park. It is located 1 block south of RR tracks to the west of Main ST. south side of street. The only draw back is train horns during the night.
Sites fill up during annual rodeo and town functions and I believe this is a first come first serve park, info on city web site. - Mikenrea
May 2017 - $36.00
A few things have changed since my last review. The dump station with fresh water is now available, the trees are now well groomed and new washers and dryers are on order. This park now only gives Good Sam customers a discount. Water and electric sites are currently costing $35 and FHU over $40 without the discount. This RV Park has been for sale for at least 4 years. This is still a nice park for an overnight or longer stays, however the cost per night is getting a little steep. - adsaxs
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
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Super nice owners who really work hard to keep this place green, mowed and trimmed and looking nice. Unlike some campgrounds, they have rules here to avoid the nonsense. Sites are level with very good hookups. Shady and well taken care of. Easy on and off the interstate. Minimal road noise noticeable. Railroad track behind is a dead end spur. No trains while we were here. Quiet, pleasant and restful stop. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. No sewer but dump station is right there. - Wyoming Wanderers
Jun 2016 - $23.00
We were passing through the area and found this campground by pure luck. The owners were very friendly and the campground was very clean and well kept. Free WiFi which worked very well, also Verizon signal was strong in this area. Peaceful water fountain near our site (9). Kept the windows open all night, no notice of cows as were mentioned elsewhere in other reviews and even if there was, that's not owners fault.
The digital TV signals were very good.
No sewers at campsite but there is a dump and we used it as we prepared to leave the following morning.
We will definitely return whenever our travels take us that way.
As far as the "rules"..... glad they have them as most campgrounds we stayed at could of used the same rules because people aren't as respectable as in years past. - jlfinaz
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Do not arrive after dark because you won't get in. We arrived just prior at around 4:40pm and had to call the business (rv parts and service) to get someone to come out to meet us. There are signs everywhere with rules (only self-contained units, do not enter without checking in, all roads are one-way, etc). The map with sites shown on it has an entire page of rules on the back side. The park is clean and the colorful foliage was nice. There were few other customers when we were there. Showers are pay as you go. I found the rate to be fair, since all we really wanted was power. With no water, it would be difficult to dump. We bring our own, so didn't need water, but the woman checking us in seemed dubious that we could get by without it. Odd. There is not much freeway noise and the train tracks behind the park are apparently dead-ended and not in use much. The spaces all have a bit of grass between them and are ample (but only JUST) for a motorhome and a toad. - rfarkle
Jul 2017 - $30.00
A few permanent residents but the park is very neat and well kept. - travelcade
May 2017 - $29.00
RV sites are all pullthrough; there are some longterm residents in this park, but they are all in the last few rows, and seemed quiet. Lots of shade from good-sized trees; sites are a standard width for a lot of private campgrounds, but not too tight together. Our site was near the front of the campground, which is right along US 30 at the west edge of town, but road noise was surprisingly minimal. The only staff we saw was the one lady in the office; she was pleasant and helpful. Grounds are tidy and clean, and the bathroom was very clean, though one of the ladies' toilet stalls did not lock. Laundry area was very clean as well, with good natural light. Some heavy equipment stored near the front sites, but we weren't disturbed by them. This RV park also has some cabins, which appeared to be mostly inhabited by longterm/permanent residents, and which varied from cute to shabby in appearance. Great base camp for the Thousand Springs area. - PokyRVer
May 2017 - $30.00
Lanes are gravel and easy to navigate with a 43 ft. fifth wheel. Sites are gravel and with wide grass areas between sites and large mature trees on both sides. Still able to get good satellite. Utilities 50 amps work well. WiFI excellent. AT&T Cell service is excellent. Looking forward to returning. Other RV'ers very friendly. - JanneC
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Was looking for a place from south east to north west on our way to Eugene. Saw this on line and instead of just a "regular" night spot, this one offers a warm pool with natural hot springs and a river view. Very quaint compared to the options. - Road Chateau
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Nice view of the river and enjoyed the pool. Wi-Fi did not work and the bathrooms were dirty and full of gravel. Could not use shower as water would only trickle. - happytravlers
Jul 2012 - $32.00
Campground consists of grassy day use sites on the water, grassy tent sites in the next row back from the river, and gravel RV sites behind the tent sites. The best thing about the campground is the view of the river and the waterfalls across the river. We stayed a week and found that Monday and Tuesday were the days that had the least amount of people using the day use area. The rest of the week the tent area and day use areas are packed. Each site had a fire ring and picnic table. Our AT&T cell phone did not work and our Verizon air card worked sometimes. If we were in the area again we might stay here. - User1620
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Nice for a night. Have to check in at office by pool and there is not a lot of room in the parking lot to turn around a big rig. Also, there is no dump station so make sure you dump before you come. There is a free dump station in town about 7 miles away. - Smokinghawk49
Oct 2015 - $20.00
I give this place five stars because of their wonderful hot pools. Newly renovated, all different temperatures. Water is constantly flowing, no chemicals!
$10 admission. You can use their sister hot springs, Banbury Hot Springs, one and a half miles away with the same admission. Extra small cost for private pool. Campground is small, with limits on RV size. No dump station, no sewer hook ups.
If you have a larger RV like we do, 40 foot, I recommend Banbury for camping, and bicycling or driving to Miracle Hot Springs for outdoor soaking. - William From California
Apr 2015 - $20.00
Two couples in a class C and a 5th wheel stayed one night and enjoyed the great hot springs facility with open public pools and the option to get a private tub experience where small kids were not an issue......nice for us older, retired types! Nice little grassy park setting alongside a little rushing creek. Even got to see the mascots of the park in an enclosure with a pond....a big tortoise and a 12 to 14 foot crocodile lazing in the sun on his own private island....fun to see and photograph.! We would definitely stay here again! - BornFreeGary
May 2017 - $44.00
This campground is located a good distance from the interstate, but right on US93, and next to a lot for hay-hauling semis, making for a lot of road noise. The full-hookup pullthrough sites are back-to-back and VERY close together; with slides deployed, our neighbors one night were literally about 18" from us. That's just too close. Some very nice shade, and a friendly office staff help, along with a few small amenities like hot dog lunches on weekends and ice cream "happy hours" in the evening. Facilities were clean. Bathrooms this season are in portabath trailers, due to frozen pipes bursting & flooding the building bathrooms - those are under full reconstruction and will likely be very nice when done. The porta-jobs aren't too bad; each "room" has a toilet, tiny sink and good-sized shower with pushbutton water control. The electric-water sites seemed somewhat better (wider, and no back-to-back utilities) and had a building between them & the road, so it was a bit quieter back there. Due to the bathroom reconstruction, lots of workers' trucks on the premises during the day, making for more difficulty getting around while towing. OK for an overnight or for those visiting the area, but there are better base camps not terribly far away. - PokyRVer
May 2017 - $43.00
This park is under repair, and it needs it. Most of the park amenities are closed due to falling in disrepair. They had a water line freeze over the winter causing them to remodel the shower and bathroom facilities. They did bring in a temporary trailer while the construction is going on. The campground is smaller than it looks on a map. The staff does a pretty good job of getting you around and into your spot, but you may have to drive a few loops to get headed in the right direction. It is a flow/design problem more than anything. Our site had a patio with fire ring which was nice. The winds did pick up quite a bit at night so head the warnings and keep your awnings in. The putt-putt course course was un-usable and the pond is almost dry. The play ground was fine for our two girls, but could get full quickly. We only stayed one night so it was fine as a rest stop. We would stay here again. - bobstone
Mar 2017 - $43.00
Park was clean, staff very courteous. Wifi was non existent. Our sewer hookup was 4 feet from neighbours step. (#21) figured I'd get propane. Big mistake. $54.00 for 10 gallons. Outrageous. 30 lb Rv tank in Canada 20 can dollars. Pretty miffed but my fault for not asking. I'm used to not getting taken. Oh well. Will take alternate route next year and stay in Pocatello. Park fees too expensive for what u get. - Jeff C A