14 RV Parks near Parker, Idaho
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Parker. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Parker in the left hand column.
Aug 2007 - $40.00
This park has 1 and only 1 thing going for it, its proximity to the sand dunes. Park is borderline way overly priced and the park setup/layout is highly bizarre. The main spots are sardined and I mean sardined next two each other with conjoined (and slightly offset) concrete pads. The sites are opposing in that you have to pull in one way (your neighbor the opposite way) in order to share the concrete. Oh and the concrete pad is "for your use" but you can't drive on it, park anything (bikes/quads included), set gas cans on it etc. Slots are on dirt and ours wasn't level. Also, our non-slideout trailer was deep against a small tree they had planted in the minuscule slot, makes no sense. They allow night riding so we had OHV noise up until 2a.m. If you're not there for motorized recreation you're 100% in the wrong place. Sorry to say it but the management is also sub par. The lady there took a week-plus to get back to me on our reservations and didn't answer email or voice mail timely (if at all). Beware of their cancellation policy. I might stay there again but the state park campground down the road (and closer in the dunes) is a much more appealing option at a fraction of the cost. - blomquir
May 2004 - $25.00
We were in the area to visit family & found the park in an Idaho RV book. It's built for sand dune players! Great access just over the hill! We aren't sand dune players, so it wasn't as fun. Everyone else had lots of toys - ATVs and rail cars, etc. The landscaping is minimal, but many sites have have concrete pads. There's lots of sand and dirt, of course, but some grassy areas. A big area for dry camping is available for $12. At the main road turn off is a store and office, but they weren't functioning that day. We wandered up to a house in the trees (yes, there were trees near the dunes!) to register. Our satellites and phones worked great and the site was large enough for our 40' rig and toad. That's what keeps us happy. We didn't know the dunes existed till this visit - they are impressive! We drove over to look at Sand Hills RV Resort - it was further from the dunes, but a little nicer resort-y kind of place. BTW, the web site for Desert Oasis says it's for sale now (2005), but still operating. - BethnBubba
Jun 2012 - $42.00
Great place to stay while riding the St. Anthony dunes. Centrally located on the edge of the dunes making all the dunes accessible on a tank of gas! Not a lot of trees and no grass...but you are there to play in the sand! Owners and grounds keepers were polite. And some spots had concrete pads to pull up next to. - W. Bates
Jun 2017 - $64.00
First of all realize you are paying for immediate access to some of the best sand dunes in the country. This park is literally located in the dunes. Secondly, there will be noise, dust and smells from high performance atv's and sand rails. This will not be a quit time at the dunes. People come here to play hard and party hard. If your not up for that then this is not your place. The store has bare essentials and some Polaris and Can Am parts. Only racing gas is available, regular gas must be brought with you. - Money2Burn
Sep 2016 - $52.00
Be aware of their no refund policy. The winds blew consistently here, one day reaching 45mph. We would have left early except for that policy. It's a little more than we usually pay. Too bad the winds blowing off the dunes often made being outside impossible. It's a perfect spot for folks with quads who are into riding miles in the dunes. The staff is obsessed with watering the struggling grass which causes a low water pressure. We will pass on this park. - full timers from Michigan
Aug 2016 - $50.00
After having a bad experience at another RV park and ending up here, it turned our bad start to a day, right around.
The staff that we talk to were amazing!!! They made sure we got the perfect spot to suit our needs. Very pleasant demeanor. The park itself was very well kept bathrooms & showers very clean. There was grass and lots of shaded areas. Easy access to the sand dunes.
Even though this is the farthest Campsite from the big sand dunes, I would still rather stay here and would recommend to anyone wanting to camp, to ride St. Anthony's sand dunes. - Socal619
Aug 2017 - $15.00
This is a park designed for Off Road use of the Sand Dunes. Lots of sand rails and UTVs ATVs and Motorcyles. It is electric only but has dump and water stations. The Camp Host was very friendly and came by a second time since I was out riding in the dunes with my friend. I chose a handicap spot as it was paved and level and each spot has a shaded and partially enclosed picnic table. - John S.
May 2011 - $15.00
Awesome ! for BLM campsite this one of the best well maintained I have ever stayed at. - caliboy54
Oct 2007 - $16.00
This is a purpose built campground for OHV access to the sand dunes. It is not for solitude and relaxation. This is basically a gravel parking lot which resembles the pit area at a racetrack. Super large sites for big rigs with toy haulers. You could park a full race transport out here. Some sites will accommodate multiple rigs. Rates depend on size of your site and whether it has a covered shelter. - InVogue
Sites: 60 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 45 Reviews
Jun 2017 - $40.00
No one on duty even though sign said office was open. Completely self-serve. Gravel. No grass by spaces. No toilet paper in one stall for two days. Muddy by hook ups. Fun to watch the wakeboarders, but will not stop here again. - Judy R
Jul 2016 - $20.00
No grass by the RV sites but there is grass by the little lake and a large grassy play ground. Plenty of shade from tall trees flanking every site on both sides. It is very pet friendly. Nice little beach with volley ball net and ball. The attendant was very helpful and was available til late and made sure we had what we needed. Even loaned us an adapter and brought a portable fire pit to our site for us. It is a graveled lot but not dusty. I had no problem getting internet. Nice large laundry facility.
My only complaint was the highway traffic noise was pretty loud. Also I felt a bit unsafe in the women's showers since the stalls just had curtains and their was no lock on the bathroom door. Also no picnic tables. - Ldmostle
May 2016 - $34.00
This is not much more than a large gravel lot. It has nice large trees and the owners were very helpful. It is next to a large man made lake. Not much more than a gravel pit with water. But it was really fun watching the wake boarders being towed around the lake on a pulley system. We would stay here again. - Doermer
Sep 2014 - $5.00
For what it is, Beaver Dick Park is a great value. Quiet, tranquil, and easy access for a 38 ft. 5th wheel. NO hookups! Strictly dry camping. Located about 5 miles W of Rexburg - and know that there is NO sign saying "beaver dick" or "county road" from Rt. 33. Instead it says "historical point". There is a line of trees (that associate with the stream) - and - I would not call any of the sites "waterfront". Your views are basically of trees and a playground. There is a stream (slow moving in September) and it is on the property - but no sites are along it. Camping here becomes free on Oct 1 and continues until the following Spring. - alansills
Jul 2014 - $5.00
This park is a gem of a county park. Clean and hardly used. Excellent Verizon 4G. Easy to find. Very little road noise. Has 2 small playgrounds, covered BBQ areas and a boat ramp. Nice place to stop over for a night or a few days. Handy garbage cans at each site. Mostly for smaller rigs, but there are a few sites at the back that can handle larger rigs like ours (40ft). Big Plus - if you stay 5 nights the cost is only $15 (that's $3 per night). Plenty of shopping in Rexburg, 5 miles away. - debmc
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is a campground is ok for an overnight stay. The signage outside is worn and old. The campground is tired but all the utilities worked fine. No wifi or cable and T-Moble's LTE signal is non-exsistant. The very friendly lady who checked us in directed us to our site and helped us back in. The inside roads and sites are gravel with grass in between. - Recycled
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Another fine no-frills park. There aren't any fancy amenities here: what they do have is nice tall shade-trees and plenty of peace and quiet. If you are headed north, you have to get off hwy 20 and then double back almost 4 miles. Good phone and internet service on my Verizon phone. Be advised - this is a 55+ age park. Restrooms are locked up overnight. - hikinghack
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Great place to spend a few nights. Grounds are well kept. Mostly grass with a good gravel road through the small park. Price was with Passport America for 40' with 50A. I would stay here again. This is not a fancy resort, but is a nice well kept, clean, quiet place to relax. Maybe not worth $50 without PA discount, but with the discount, worth the $25 I paid. - Gurleymon
Aug 2017 - $42.00
We called last minute for a reservation. Apparently, a popular spot. We were able to get a two night stay only because no vacancies after that even though we wanted 3 nights. Fairly tight interior roadways but we managed to get to our site, #15, a long pull thru with FHU and only 30A (no 50A at this site). Site was fairly level with gravel bed. This is a Passport America campground but was charged a $15 premium for an extra long pull thru site. Not stated at PA website. Park is hidden with poor directions at PA website. From Idaho Falls, find Idaho 20 east bound (PA website indicates 20 north, but the road is an east/west road, not north/south). You are actually heading north. Exit 328, turn right, cross railroad tracks, turn right again. As road Y's, remain to the right. As road begins to turn to the left, stay right across a small bridge. You should see a sign pointing to the right for RV park. At the stop sign on entrance road, a sign requests you call one of two numbers upon arrival. We were guided to our camp site. With premium fee for long pull thru, our nightly fee was about $43/night. Tree-lined park. Owners are very friendly. Fairly close to Idaho 20, so road noise can be heard. Not too intrusive though. - kihei7
Jul 2017 - $23.00
Stayed here in a 34' toy hauler. We were put on a spot with the power/water opposite our connections. The site had no sewer connection. There were sites we could have moved to the next day with full connections but I won't move once put in.
This may be good for a stop over but there is nothing to do at the park and the kids (two boys 8 &12) had nothing to do there but play with the neighbor's dog.
A few full time people at the park. The staff is very friendly and helpful and will do everything to help a person out. We stayed here for 4 nights visiting national monuments and parks around the area. Rexburg is about 4 miles away and has everything a person needs for supplies/repair and entertainment. - Wally Shreves
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Located next to Hwy 20 and railroad tracks. However, the noise level isn't bad at all. Only one train has come through in 4 days. There are trees in the park for some sites. However, the pull troughs are open and you can receive satellite. There are many artifacts that are worthy of photographing around the park and the landscaping is pretty. The office and store is stocked with all kinds of interesting items for sale including a gun shop and ammunition. Internet, is intermittent from the pull through lots. The signal is strong if you go next to the owner's residence. We would stay here again. Received a weekly discount $160.00. - dc1gator
Sites: 14 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 11 Reviews
Jun 2017 - $13.00
Quaint little park off of US-20 with lots of green space and a large off-leash area for dogs. Just outside of Ashton, ID, with outrageous views of the Teton range. Owner is friendly and accommodating. - pclchicagox
Jun 2017 - $75.00
My family has stayed here for the past 4-5 years in both the cabins as well as the RV spots. It's very clean and the owners take very good care of the people that stay here. There's a great playground for the kids. We'll continue to stay here in the future!! - Nmeldrum
Oct 2016 - $13.00
Very basic campground but very easy to access right off main hwy 20. Level sites fine gravel. Full hook-ups.
Will stay here again when in the area. - easlingn
May 2011 - $35.00
The park is great. Loved the people and the trout pond. - anglerslodge
Sep 2010 - $35.00
We stayed for a month at $350. The woman at the hotel desk (same management) wanted to charge us a higher rate but she checked with someone (not sure it was the manager) who said if that was what we were quoted then that is what we should be charged. The manager is a ghost. Poor maintenance in the park is true as previously noted. We were told that we could have mail delivered at the Park but learned that the manager never checks his PO box at the post office. Even the post office was aware of this. We used general delivery instead which worked perfectly. We endured a water outage of several hours and had to get the Park's router reset in order to use their internet service. We chose the location because of its proximity to Rexburg for shopping and other conveniences (about 30 miles) and to Yellowstone (55 miles). There is a very nice small grocery and several restaurants in Ashton. - We are Fulltimers
Aug 2010 - $35.00
First the positives about the park. Most sites are fairly level. Now the negatives. On the phone I was quoted $199.00 for the week. At check-in the woman at the counter who claimed she was new and not sure of the weekly rate charged me $245.00. After checking my notes I contacted the manager who told me "no problem" and he would take care of the charge to my card. This didn't happen so a couple days later I asked him again. He said he would take care of it. It is now late in the following week. We left the area and it has not been done. Looks like I'm out the additional charges. After check-in, we were told to take a campground map and pick a spot. The whole campground had an unkempt appearance. A bleak weed lot would be accurate. One camper who spoke to me early on said "the mower near his site had been sitting for a week". The pull-throughs have the services on the left side but any of the back-ins have it on the right. The first site I checked out had a dead rat in it. We did have a choice of some pull-throughs so selected one, dropped the legs on the 5th wheel and started to hook up. The water valve was broken and shot water everywhere. Checked the next site and it also had a broken valve. Finally found a site with all services working and moved to that space. There's a sign at the front of the park "Trout Pond Coming Soon" but the pond is actually a rain water retention pond with weeds all around it. The manager is seldom at the park. He appeared for a short time in the mornings and appears to be generally uninterested in the park itself. He did answer my cell call on the rate problem. We picked this campground because on a map it seems central to both Yellowstone and the Tetons. I discovered there is a road that goes to the middle of the parks but it is a dirt road and I was told very slow driving. Being closer to the west entrance to Yellowstone would have been better. If you were stuck for a place to spend the night this park could work out but that's about it. - srfnut