14 RV Parks near Ririe, Idaho
Sep 2009 - $32.00
Pretty interesting RV park. It is more of a resort and has a golf course, river access, camping areas and is close to a small ski resort. Grass is great, water pressure was very low, power was reliable and the site was level. It is well removed from noise and there are very few lights so star gazing is great. It is a drive to even the smallest of grocery stores so stock up before you get there. - Cyberdave-1
Jul 2009 - $27.00
This campground was strange; spread out over close to a mile along a highway. The surroundings are spectacular, but the sites and the campground itself is very unimpressive. There were few services and the bathrooms were not cleaned often. There are a number of other nearby (within ½ mile) RV parks and I would consider checking those out carefully before staying here. - Anthony in Seattle
Aug 2015 - $35.00
We stayed here primarily because of the Wild West Shootout and Dinner Theater!
Although a bit off the beaten path, keep your eyes open for roadside signs.
Campground was in excellent condition.
(Note: no sewer hookups.)
The owner and manager always found to be friendly and providing useful suggestions.
Highly recommend the Dinner Theater. We enjoyed it so much, we decided to bring our family next year! - 2007Seabreeze
Jul 2014 - $35.00
My wife and I have been here several days, and we don't want to leave (although we must). We love the beauty and the peace and quiet here. If the staff were any friendlier, I'd adopt them - especially the camp hosts, imported from Britain. The sites are roomy, and most have grass, water, and electricity - (there is a sewer dump station). The park is very near the South Fork of the Snake River. Facilities are clean and very well-maintained. Lots of places to walk the dogs. - StevieB1
Aug 2013 - $32.00
Well, where to start. First of all this RV park is located in the “boondocks” and not close to civilization. I found it rather hard to find. The next morning when I left, I got lost and had to call OnStar to guide me to the highway. Once there I found it confusing trying to determine where the office was located. No one was at the office, so I looked around and saw a trailer that said “manager” or some such equivalent. The camp hosts were very pleasant folks. I was led to my campsite which was quite a distance from the office. Once I got set up I tried to use the WiFi. I wasn’t provided the passcode and had to call the office and had to listen to an automated menu before I could connect to a live person. Once given the passcode the WiFi worked marginally. The roads and RV sites are gravel and very dusty. It was quiet where I was camped. With my AC running it would have to be quite noisy to hear outside sounds. In the morning I tried to locate the shower facility to no avail. I was not given a map of the campground which would have been very helpful. There are no sewer connections available at the sites. I was told that there was a dump station near the entrance. In the morning when I departed, I did not see the dump station and didn’t bother to find out where it was. I just figured it would be easier to empty at my next stop. it was also too pricy for not having sewer hookup. I would not stop there again if given a choice. - IllinoisFlatlander
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Heise is a resort with hot springs, a number of RV areas, a golf course and pizza restaurant. It is intermingled with another resort (7N) and they each have hay fields between various places. The Snake River runs through the area and a tall bluff is east of the area. Some of the individual camping areas have gates, always a pain to reach the keypad from a truck or an RV. Lots of trees interfered with satellite and I could not move the trailer a few feet because they were very strict where it was. A zip line went over some of the sites and there was a constant sound of squeaky wheels as the zipsters kept going by. We kept the windows closed and ran the A/C. The sites were a good size. Our Verizon phone and hot spot worked, but friends had troubles with their provider. We had pizza one night and though it was not great pizza, it was pretty good for where we were. The hot springs was a series of concrete pools, nothing natural about it. The hot pool (104) seemed much cooler than that and was enclosed so as to magnify the noise from all the kids. This was not relaxing. No discount for anyone staying there plus have a quarter for the lockers. Since we met friends there, we had a good time with them, but Heise seemed more a business investment than a welcoming resort. They did not raise their prices for the total eclipse and for that, they should be complimented. Perhaps a resort, but a pretty basic one. - AirstreamGene
Jul 2017 - $37.00
Lots of grass around campsites. Only three full hookups but lots of spaces for partial. Beautiful view of Snake River. Enjoyed walking by the river each morning and evening. Great pizza place located next door. Camped here because I was excited to experience the hot springs but disappointed with it. Thought it was a complete natural springs to sit in but it was a cement enclosed area with the hot water pumped in. Also, was not part of the cost of staying in the park. Great area for family reunions around the swimming pools. Everything cost to participate in such as to go down the slide cost $1 for three times. Also, the showers cost 25 cents for 3 minutes. That type of nickeled and dimed. All service people were kind and the laundromat was clean and affordable. - Magnoliasprings
May 2017 - $35.00
I think. This is a wonderful park. It has large shady trees. Gravel roads and grass parking site. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I filled up with their propane before they guided me into my spot. Some people might complain about close quarters getting into my spot but I had no problem getting my 38 ft class a into it. I enjoyed camping on the grass and the price was right for a full 50 hookup. The snake river run right at the edge of this campground. The executive golf course is very nice. The hot springs are good. They have a number of pavillions and tent camping side. I think many groups and family reunions reserve them and the surrounding sites. Not busy during the week but full on weekends. Also people come from mikes around just for their pizza restaurant. If I am in the area again, I would surely return. - steve dunn
Sep 2017 - $16.00
Lovely setting. Very peaceful. Extremely well maintained. Nice host. Great place for walks. - Mary_J
Sep 2017 - $16.00
Really liked this campground a lot. Camp host was very friendly and helpful. The only negative was the restrooms needed cleaning and especially the shower. The curtain between the showers needs replaced, it was moldy and cob webs need to be cleaned up. Other than that it was great!! - Campfun
Aug 2017 - $16.00
This is a beautiful county park located near Ririe reservoir. Your Senior Pass gets you a $16 daily rate. Lots of green grass in loops A and B. Sites spaced far apart. Loop C is all pull thru sites and is first-come-first-served. Loops A and B sites can be reserved. Starting next year, site fee will increase to $25 a day and no ATVs will be allowed. - Comdac
Aug 2017 - $15.00
Fantastic bargain. Exceptionally pretty park with nice big spaces around a lake. Well maintained, and very friendly and helpful customer service. The lake has a lot of day use activity, but the RV park is around the bend of the lake from that area. Not close to the interstate, but easy enough to drive to. Relatively quiet. No wifi, but verizon signal is strong and there are a few o/a tv channels. Only real negative is no dump on site. - KAP99
Aug 2017 - $15.00
This is a very pretty park. All the sites are arranged around a large lake. There is public, day-use swimming at the south end. The campground wraps around the other 3 sides. The single road thru the campground is a one-way, narrow in places. Most sites are back-ins of varying length. There are a few pull-thrus as well. Most sites are excellent, level concrete pads, long enough to park your toad and 4' wider than your rig. There is 50-amp service and water but no sewers or dump station. Staff is very nice, also accommodating when we requested a change of site. Avoid sites 35 and up if you don't like traffic noise. Sites 1-12 are very quiet. We appreciated the online reservation system. Go to the "Visit Campground Website". It shows you every available site and its position and reserving there only costs a dollar! Especially since when we called their phone number, no one answered and it said the mailbox was full. Prices are absurdly low - $15. Contrary to what the listing says, there is no pool. It is a lake. - SusanRon
Aug 2016 - $10.00
I loved the walking path around the lake and the availablility of the camp hosts. They were so friendly and helpful. I even saw him helping fix one of the campers trucks. That's not service you get just anywhere. The lake was beautiful and walking around the park in the cool of the morning or evening was wonderful! The hosts were very conscientious of everyone's needs and I appreciated that. It was a wonderful stay! - K erikson
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
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
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
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This is a poor, poor TRAILER park. No one mows, picks up trash...nothing! No one here seems to have a job, must all be on the system. We are stuck here, under duress, waiting for awning parts. Normally, would not even slow down to look at a place like this! - Cat Woods
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Nice quit park. Well kept grounds. - Donny Mackelprang
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This is a nice small RV park and a few cabins in Swan Valley, ID. It is heavily treed, so lots of shade. Somehow even in the trees our satellite worked from space 6, but it is mounted at the very rear of our rig. No fire pits at each site, but there are a couple of ramshackle fire pits on site if one really wants a fire they could walk over and use. The water spigots at the sites were not working, the owner had rigged up water hoses running throughout with splitters that you tie into. I certainly hope this is a temporary thing because it does not seem like it would be sanitary to operate in this manner. There is some sort of municipal facility next door with heavy equipment running all day (waste transfer station maybe), but no smell or birds or anything, just noise of machinery during working hours. We liked this place overall. No wifi at our site though I am not sure they advertise wifi as one of their amenities. I hear it is available closer to the office.
The owner needs to get the water fixed and change the layout for the sewer connection, it has to go over a railroad tie and is kind of far away, making it not function correctly. Some trees should be trimmed to avoid scraping the rvs. - Stax
May 2016 - $30.00
Nice small campground, great place if you fly fish. We stayed one night as we passed through. The utilities worked well, not much to do in the area except fish or a little sightseeing. Quite at night, but some daytime traffic to a transfer station for refuse. We would stay again if passing through. - jtl2