4 Parks near Pocatello, Idaho
Aug 2015 - $25.00
It is what it is. Grassy spots that are on a side hill so bring your leveling blocks. Beautiful overlooking the city. Easy to find and maneuver in. A little too much $$ for only water and electric but it had a dump site. Quiet. No picnic tables or amenities like wifi. I would stay here again. - hit it
Jun 2015 - $25.00
Grassy sites with 30/50 amp power and water, and a dump station on the grounds. No one was in the office so we used the self pay station. We were the only ones in the entire 122 space RV park. Some noise during the day from a few activities on the fairgrounds, and some through traffic, but that quieted down in the evening. Sites are back in with a "39 foot limit", but you could easily park sideways if towing and you don't want to drop your toad. A good overnight spot. - lostinspace
Sep 2014 - $25.00
When I called for a reservation, I was told reservations weren't taken, that there should be spaces available. Turns out I was the only one parked in the area. It was also raining, but the area was very quiet until the morning. Construction equipment, school buses and commuters drove through. I would come here again, for an overnight only. - Woolibaar
Oct 2014 - $32.00
This is a decent park for an overnight or two, although as some have mentioned, getting in and out can be somewhat of a challenge, especially for rigs longer than about 35'. We stayed two nights in a 40' (without a toad), but had no trouble maneuvering since we were the only campers in the park. And for that same reason, we found the park to be peaceful and quiet. Another big plus for us was the owner, who was very accommodating and friendly. We would probably stay here again if we found ourselves passing thru Pocatello at some point in the future. - TW Flash
Aug 2014 - $18.00
Rate reflects monthly rate. A very recently built park with good signage from the Interstate, already showing some signs of neglect but suitable for our purposes. Some distant noise from a fertilizer plant and also a railroad crossing. Owners were friendly enough and there is a self registration and pick your own spot. Access and leaving may entail driving across grass between sites if in a larger rig. Wi-Fi was good as was power and water pressure. We would stay again. - run2
Jul 2014 - $32.00
This is a nice, little, no-frills, self-serve spot. We called ahead and they left a note taped to the door with instructions and Wi-Fi codes. We were able to park in any open spot. There is a self check-in at the office. The owner drove through later and said to call with any problems. There were none. All sites were well kept, pull-through with full hook-ups and 50 amp. You park on gravel with grass between the sites. The couple who came to water the grass made sure to alert us and actually worked around us so our rig would not get wet. The place is part of an RV/boat storage facility and bordered by a creek on one-side and farming on the other. We stayed 2 nights. - Tom&Sophie
Nov 2015 - $42.00
This park is easy to get to from the interstate. Also is very easy to get back on the freeway.
This is one of the cleanest parks we have stayed in!!
Site was very level and had enough room for the trailer, slides and truck.
Good power, water pressure and wifi.
Also was very quiet.
Would definitely stay there again. - cooter5
Sep 2015 - $38.00
Only sites 31 and 38 are true pull-through.
The sites are paved but our's, site 38, sloped dramatically toward the driver's side.
No designated dog area and there were stickers in the nearest grass. The humane society has a partially fenced yard across the road. There is also a walk near-by that seemed quiet and safe.
There were some full-timers.
Very easy reservation.
Fast WiFi. - User3146
Sep 2015 - $38.00
We had booked this campground as an overnight stop on a vacation trip. We didn't expect anything fancy, but it turned out to be a great little place. The sites are well kept, the park is quiet and well maintained. The price was reasonable and included free coffee, cookies, and a local newspaper. I would definitely stay here again. - Tech5709
Pocatello, Idaho (map) | (208) 233-6851
Sites: 65 | Latest Rate: $39.00 | 49 Reviews
Sep 2015 - $39.00
Older park, no privacy due to the way the spaces are arranged. Long term residents have junk strewn about. This park is okay for a 1 night stay due to the limited choices of rv parks in the area. Make sure your rv has a surge protector. The 50 amp sites (we had a newer one) had power interruptions in the morning hours. Bathrooms are older, but clean. - crazylady
Jun 2015 - $39.00
Quaint campground - more than adequate for a one night stay. Very quiet, older but clean restrooms and reasonably priced. No privacy in the pull-through sites due to the need for RVs to park in alternating directions (in order to access the services). With my late arrival, the office staff ensured all the information was available at the night registration kiosk. Would stay here again. - Richard B
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Just a typical KOA. Gravel sites mostly level. It is good for a overnight stop, plenty of restaurants nearby. This KOA has a gas pump in front so it can be handy for refueling. Verizon LTE very good and fast. No cable, but enough over the air stations. Staff were friendly and helpful. The sites have grass, some more than others. Dog area is in need of attention. We also found foxtail in the grass. Did not pick up any road noise and the park was quiet. There was no 50 amp at our site, but there is 50 amp in the park. The park is a N/S configuration but most of the sites are pull though and can take big rigs/ - wtravlr1