10 Parks near Twin Falls, Idaho
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Nice and shady campground a couple miles from US 93. It's a hidden oasis visited mostly by locals. The hot springs and pool were a wonderful way to relax during our two week vacation. We stayed two nights. Easy in and out. Water, electric, and sewer. Love this place. - camping kitty
Jun 2012 - $20.00
This is a very popular place. They pack the RV's and campers in very closely. We had to wait for about 6 tent campers to leave in order to get hooked up to our trailer and get pulled out. It's a miracle we were able to get backed in at all. Bring a long water hose, you might need it depending on where they put you. Kids seem to love the place, there were a number of locals here for the day either swimming or barbecueing. I will not stay here again but it's not my kind of place. If you enjoy swimming and don't mind crowds I would recommend it. - kkj303g
Jun 2012 - $20.00
We called 3 weeks ahead to make a reservation and when we arrived they gave us a site that was not a pull through and already had cars parked in it. The pool also costs additional money. This place seemed to really be a community pool that happens to have a few RV spaces. We decided we would not stay and moved on to a different campground. - Trailer Traveler
Aug 2016 - $41.00
Roads are gravel, sites are tight, some with trees for shade. The pet area is at the far end of the park. Cable and WiFi are good. Park is a Good Sam park, but they don't give a discount. - ta96silver
Aug 2015 - $38.00
This park is under new ownership....so they seem to be trying to improve the cleanliness of the park. They seem to be obsessed with cleaning a concrete pad instead of pruning suckers off trees and pulling weeds. While we were enjoying happy hour after spending 4 hours cleaning my rig a street sweeper fired up covering everything with dirt and dust, needless to say I was not a happy camper. Don't know that I will return. The park has only one shower which had been recently redone and it was clean. The sites are gravel. The park is easy access to town. - Cactusflower
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Well at least it wasn't like the 80's computer game and we didn't die of dysentery. That said we did not feel safe at this campground which is bare bones with no services and only one shower for each gender for the whole campground. No picnic tables, no fire rings. Guys walking around with no shirts and beer bottles. Also there were at time the smell of cow manure.We paid more here than three order places we visited. Don't stay here. - MandTinSF
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Found this little park on RV park reviews. It is as described previously. On Sunday afternoon there were two large picnic groups but they cleared out by 7:00 and the park was very quiet. We felt safe as there is a host and several other campers but park was not full. It is in the older part of town but nobody drives thru or loiters that we could observe. Toilets are pit toilets. - saturn7
Jul 2016 - $15.00
It's located at 900 Addison just south of the entrance to Rock Creek Park. First come, first serve but we had no trouble finding a spot. It's quiet and peaceful and the grounds are well cared for. We had 50A service and a lovely view of the stream. There are nice paved walkways around the park and it's close to shopping and restaurants. - Quahog
Jun 2016 - $15.00
A nice, quiet campground located on the north side of Addison Avenue W. The park is less than 5 miles from the Snake River. The park has 30 and 50 amp electric and water hookups. Some sites are back-in and some are pull-through sites. The park has nice well cared for green lawn, covered picnic tables, and a paved trail that follows alongside the fast flowing creek. Most RV sites face the creek, with views of lawn, and the trees and rock upon the slope beyond the creek providing a pleasant view. During our visit we enjoyed listening to bird song in the mornings and evenings. The park is near Twin Falls stores including: Albertsons, Wal-Mart, and Costco. Cell coverage was reliable at the park. We were camping in 36' Class A with a tow vehicle.
There is a dump station located about 1.5 miles from the RV Park. To get to the dump station, take a left on Addison Ave W, then a right on Washington Street. The dump station is located on the left side of Washington Street. (After you've passed 3 streets on your right, you should be able to see the dump station located on the left side of the street on the corner.
Happy Travels ... hope the information is helpful. - W Review
Aug 2016 - $37.00
We stayed here for three nights. Were not at the CG much, as there is so much to do here. There was a big dog's poop in our site, when we arrived. No picnic table, the HotTub was a very small one, like someone would have on their patio. Noises from all the big semis parking along the side road. Office people were nice. - Peter - Vickie
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Went there because they said they had hot showers. Well, that's not true; showers cold. The man at front desk is not very friendly. Called the owners, but still waiting for them to call me. Bathrooms were clean. - gray nomad
Jul 2016 - $38.00
We have stayed here in the past but now it is under new management. The price for what you get is a little over the top. Without any discounts you will be paying over $40. The sites are close together, narrow, a little short for 40 footers and the trees need to be trimmed. There are some long term residents in this park. The roads are gravel, each site is grassed with a picnic table. The park is 8 miles out of town on a busy highway. Getting our satellite was a little difficult with the trees. - kathiecarlson
Jul 2016 - $54.00
We stayed here 3 nights. This is a nice CG just north of Twin Falls. It was hot when we stayed here, so we took advantage of their very nice pool. There wasn't a lot of space between sites, but it was better than some I've stayed in. There was some nice shade in our site, though the birds thought it was nice also and could be quite loud in the morning. The staff were cheery and helpful. We would definitely stay here again. - jmholton
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Typical KOA these days, you pay your money you take your chance. We paid for a premium site and it was very good. However, it was very close to our neighbors to the point we had to be careful with slides. It was also right on the exit road so we had continual traffic day and night, plus traffic on 93. The owners should pay more attention to being welcoming. The staff, although pleasant, were just not competent which showed a total lack of training.
There was a constant smell from nearby cattle. Fair enough, we were in the country but added to that was the odor from overfilled dumpsters. The rear of the park looked like a junk yard with all sorts of big metal items laying around.
WiFi was patchy at best.
I would never return to this place; it's a sad reflection of KOA.
Definitely NOT recommended. - TGA2016
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Excellent park for an overnight visit. Sites were easy to pull thru, and easy to access. Full hook ups. Restrooms were clean and convenient. - Brian11
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Very nice county fairground park. Need to check for events. Level back-in sites. At least 25% of sites have sewer in addition to power and water. During low use times, folks just park lengthwise instead of backing in. Office is building just right of entrance to grounds signed by "Twin Falls County Fair". Staff is helpful. About seven miles to Twin Falls. - bilmo
Aug 2016 - $31.00
We've stayed here several times. NIce quiet park, friendly staff, pretty location. They always hold a spot for us, when we call ahead. However, our last few visits, the "Big Rig" friendly pull thrus, (which are mostly grass), were soft and soggy from watering. Leveling was a real challenge. We requested a change to a gravel site, which they gave us, but it was too short for us. We made it work. Also the Wi-Fi used to be free, now you must purchase their daily use package. A Fee applies to use the waterslide and mini-golf also. Nice park, will probably stay there again. - Luv to Travel
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We loved this campground because it was spacious with nice long spots. We got one on the back row next to a HUGE open grassy field for dogs. Our dog was so excited to see grass! Seemed like there were lots of things to do for families and it was convenient to town with shopping and to Shoshone falls. We would be happy to come back. - Dog on the road
Jul 2016 - $34.00
We were just here overnight but all seemed pretty good. We don't like dogs running loose (he is "friendly") as we fully abide by leash and pickup rules everyplace with ours. I would certainly recommend Anderson Camps but really don't have much to add! - AZSwede
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Super nice owners who really work hard to keep this place green, mowed and trimmed and looking nice. Unlike some campgrounds, they have rules here to avoid the nonsense. Sites are level with very good hookups. Shady and well taken care of. Easy on and off the interstate. Minimal road noise noticeable. Railroad track behind is a dead end spur. No trains while we were here. Quiet, pleasant and restful stop. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. No sewer but dump station is right there. - Wyoming Wanderers
Jun 2016 - $23.00
We were passing through the area and found this campground by pure luck. The owners were very friendly and the campground was very clean and well kept. Free WiFi which worked very well, also Verizon signal was strong in this area. Peaceful water fountain near our site (9). Kept the windows open all night, no notice of cows as were mentioned elsewhere in other reviews and even if there was, that's not owners fault.
The digital TV signals were very good.
No sewers at campsite but there is a dump and we used it as we prepared to leave the following morning.
We will definitely return whenever our travels take us that way.
As far as the "rules"..... glad they have them as most campgrounds we stayed at could of used the same rules because people aren't as respectable as in years past. - jlfinaz
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Do not arrive after dark because you won't get in. We arrived just prior at around 4:40pm and had to call the business (rv parts and service) to get someone to come out to meet us. There are signs everywhere with rules (only self-contained units, do not enter without checking in, all roads are one-way, etc). The map with sites shown on it has an entire page of rules on the back side. The park is clean and the colorful foliage was nice. There were few other customers when we were there. Showers are pay as you go. I found the rate to be fair, since all we really wanted was power. With no water, it would be difficult to dump. We bring our own, so didn't need water, but the woman checking us in seemed dubious that we could get by without it. Odd. There is not much freeway noise and the train tracks behind the park are apparently dead-ended and not in use much. The spaces all have a bit of grass between them and are ample (but only JUST) for a motorhome and a toad. - rfarkle
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Nice for a night. Have to check in at office by pool and there is not a lot of room in the parking lot to turn around a big rig. Also, there is no dump station so make sure you dump before you come. There is a free dump station in town about 7 miles away. - Smokinghawk49
Oct 2015 - $20.00
I give this place five stars because of their wonderful hot pools. Newly renovated, all different temperatures. Water is constantly flowing, no chemicals!
$10 admission. You can use their sister hot springs, Banbury Hot Springs, one and a half miles away with the same admission. Extra small cost for private pool. Campground is small, with limits on RV size. No dump station, no sewer hook ups.
If you have a larger RV like we do, 40 foot, I recommend Banbury for camping, and bicycling or driving to Miracle Hot Springs for outdoor soaking. - William From California
Apr 2015 - $20.00
Two couples in a class C and a 5th wheel stayed one night and enjoyed the great hot springs facility with open public pools and the option to get a private tub experience where small kids were not an issue......nice for us older, retired types! Nice little grassy park setting alongside a little rushing creek. Even got to see the mascots of the park in an enclosure with a pond....a big tortoise and a 12 to 14 foot crocodile lazing in the sun on his own private island....fun to see and photograph.! We would definitely stay here again! - BornFreeGary
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Was looking for a place from south east to north west on our way to Eugene. Saw this on line and instead of just a "regular" night spot, this one offers a warm pool with natural hot springs and a river view. Very quaint compared to the options. - Road Chateau
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Nice view of the river and enjoyed the pool. Wi-Fi did not work and the bathrooms were dirty and full of gravel. Could not use shower as water would only trickle. - happytravlers
Jul 2012 - $32.00
Campground consists of grassy day use sites on the water, grassy tent sites in the next row back from the river, and gravel RV sites behind the tent sites. The best thing about the campground is the view of the river and the waterfalls across the river. We stayed a week and found that Monday and Tuesday were the days that had the least amount of people using the day use area. The rest of the week the tent area and day use areas are packed. Each site had a fire ring and picnic table. Our AT&T cell phone did not work and our Verizon air card worked sometimes. If we were in the area again we might stay here. - User1620