10 Parks near McCall, Idaho
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
Aug 2016 - $49.00
Outstanding! Awesome! We've stayed here several times, during different seasons, and it's always wonderful. It truly is a glorious resort. Lovely grounds, fantastic staff, beautiful facilities, great location, pretty gardens, nicely maintained. We love this place, and will always choose McCall RV Resort. - Luv to Travel
Aug 2016 - $48.00
I love this park! Owned by G-7, run by happy, helpful people who are always around to help, offer advise, or answer questions.
Everything is immaculately! The covered pool is so nice for the swimmer and for noise reduction throughout the park. The RV spaces are wide. Garbage is collected from your site quickly. The plants and flowers look healthy. It is located close enough to town and far enough away that campers can relax outside and enjoy the quiet.
They escort you to your site and make sure everything is satisfactory before leaving.
There are cabins as well which makes it a good meeting place. - angieglad
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Part of the G7 group of campgrounds. Beautiful, clean park with spacious sites. Less than 2 miles to downtown McCall. Town has biking routes throughout and sits on beautiful Payette Lake. One of our favorite parks. Easily accommodated 41 ft motorhome and tow vehicle. Enjoyed pull in site, overlooking river. - Rose & Noel
Jun 2016 - $35.00
There are several loops in this beautiful state park. Some loops have smaller campsites, the sites are wooded, and are better suited for tents and smaller RVs since the roads in these loops are tight and winding. The campsites in these loops have water and electric, but no sewer. There is a dump station available. The Dogwood and Elderberry loops are better suited for larger rigs. These two loops offer both back-in and pull-through sites, with full hookups (50 amp). If you're not familiar with the campground, the Dogwood and Elderberry loops are in the "group" campground, but the campground is not for groups only. The park is full of ponderosa and other pines, and there is a beautiful lake where one can swim or lounge on the sand. Interior roads and sites are asphalt. The sites are nicely spaced with a picnic table and fire ring. There are numerous hiking/biking trails around the park, as well as picnic tables near the lake. Verizon data and cell service worked well. This is a perfect state park and we would stay again if passing through the area. - Guinness
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Our first time here, and it was a weekend; the campground was packed - and no wonder. This park is just beautiful! Huge ponderosa and other pines, some undergrowth, and sites are large and placed well, especially the back-ins, among all of these. A family of deer hung out in/near our loop and we saw them daily. The surprise: many campers left midday Sunday, and within an hour or two, all their sites were filled once again! Reservations highly recommended. Sites with hookups have both electric and water; there are some full-hookup sites in a separate loop farther from the lake, but still well shaded. Bathhouses are newer, kept very clean by campground hosts; showers clean and effective. This is a perfect park for bicycles, with lots of beautiful bike trails. We definitely want to come again. - PokyRVer
Jul 2015 - $18.00
This is a beautiful state park. The full hook up sites are all paved and nicely maintained. There is an onsite camp host to help if you need anything. The office was open until early evening. The setting is very beautiful and peaceful on Payette Lake. There were many hiking trails. Some bike paths are paved while others are gravel. It is very close to town for shopping and restaurants. - SAU51
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
Jul 2016 - $30.00
friendly service clean only full hook park in the area. - NevadaJim
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Mostly long term inhabitants. Only 4 short term sites, but all pull-through. Very accommodating host, but a very dusty park even though speed limit is 5 mph. Also, two speed bumps that are very severe. If 50 amps isn't necessary I'd stay at the another park up the road. - wow
May 2015 - $16.00
Nice little park down the hill from McCall. Got to look for the sign on the right with a tight driveway.
Very dusty to get to the office. Owner checked us in and was very friendly. Fine 50 amp and good water pressure. No Wifi but our Verizon MiFi had 2 bars so good to go.
Nice grass area in their park.
Would stay here again when in the area. - Bluebird Bob
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
Jul 2014 - $20.00
RV parking is rustic with no shade and the grass is green but a little on the long side.There's only 30 amp service and water pressure is weak. I had to use the motorhome water pump for shower pressure. But it is nice to have the whole place to ourselves. The hot pools are nice and the locals like to use them and are very nice. We stayed 2 nights. - pokyjoe48
Jun 2014 - $20.00
This RV park is a hidden gem. It is adjacent to the hot springs. While we were there, we were the only ones in the RV park. It was quiet. Each space is large. If you want to relax in the hot springs, then have an RV park to yourself, this is the place for you! - LB Rohn
Aug 2015 - $27.00
The new name for this park is: Weiser River Trail RV Park. The owner is very helpful and pleasant. Site is long with full hookups. WiFi is good. Beautiful area when not filled with smoke from several fires. Very quiet. We would stay here again. - Jerryws98516
Jun 2014 - $30.00
We stayed in site #7. Grassy level sites, long pull-throughs, quiet location, good Wi-Fi, and just a walk from town. Great food at the Council Cafe at a bargain price. Park appears well kept but is in the process of being acquired by a new owner. Hopefully it does not close down, because at the price of $30 for full hookups it is a good deal. We would stay again for sure. - gritz
Jun 2014 - $21.00
This was truly one of the quietest parks we have ever stayed in!! We were welcomed by our host as soon as we arrived, she let us set up,answered all questions, then told us we could come by the office and register when we were ready. Great water pressure, wifi was excellent, no cable, but the mountains in front of the park was good enough!! We stayed here two weeks as a "base camp" while we explored the area, and traveled to Portland. Will stay again!! - Tiger Archer