1 Park near Naples, Idaho
Jul 2015 - $36.00
A really nice little park in a wooded setting. Owners were very helpful. Large pull through sites with lots of room. Quite a little bit of train noise during the night, but we managed to sleep through most of the whistles. When we got the rig set up for the night the owner came by and said that the "happy hour" wine and micro beer bar was about to open on the balcony overlooking the lake. We had a great time relaxing, having a glass of wine and visiting with other RVers. We would definitely stay here again. - Trackman
Jun 2015 - $31.00
We stayed for 3 nights. Owners are incredibly friendly and helpful. The lake is so peaceful. Not big, and no walk-in access but there is dock to jump off of, paddle boats, kayaks to rent.
Sites are large and easy to get into. The owners have a wine bar they operate at night. Excellent value. Would make this a destination park for sure. - a lessard
Jun 2015 - $31.00
All interior roads gravel. Amenities vary by site, we were in a full hook up site and all utilities worked well. The site required a minimum of leveling, Some sites have small grass areas, fire pits and picnic tables, They have nice laundry facilities and things seem to be well maintained. They have a Wine Bar open 6-9 pm with a selection of northwest wines and beers. Overall the area was quiet but there is some train noise. Some of the wooded sites would not have an open sky view for a dish, Internet access was a bit spasmodic. Pay careful attention to the turn off from US95!! Coming from the south it is extremely sharp and not extremely wide with a railroad crossing at the bottom. Check their website so you can use the mile markers to get ready to turn. Ice and propane available in the park other than that you need to purchase things you need in Bonner's Ferry or Sandpoint. We would stay here again. - SWID