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
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
Little out of the way, but the place was shaded and the price was great. Lots of trees with your choice of either pull throughs or back ins. Nice to have a pool with a slide and lifeguards present. No cable TV or Wi-Fi available. Will definitely stay here again if passing through. - JBevans
Staying here when passing thru. Got a military discount with a big "Thanks for your service". Nice couple running this park. He just retired from the Pentagon and respects the military.
Sites are fairly large, maybe 30 feet wide by 50 long.
Free Wifi also. Great 50 amp service with high water pressure.
Would stay here again when passing thru, no problem. - Bluebird Bob
We enjoyed our short stay here. Site was level and easy in/out with our big rig. Staff was very helpful with info on local area. There were a number of sites that had grass and if we were going to stay very long we would have requested one of them - there were several available while we were there. But, for out short stay the site we had was so easy in/out it met our needs fine. We would stay here again. - ournextstop
Entrance is a bit confusing because of the sign placement. Some sites have grass while others are just gravel. Not a destination park, but fine for an overnight or for a base camp from which to explore. - User3420
This is a "Gem" of a park. Large park tucked away in a canyon right in town. Gazebos for entertaining, BBQ's through out the park. Roughly 5-6 acres of grass (lawn) with healthy stream running through it. Has a Frisbee Golf course.
County Park ... Fees 15.00 includes water and power. No Sewer but county dump site is less than a mile away, and is free. - Jim Hall
Lots of issues. First, the sign indicating the entrance to the RV Park is missing. When approaching the park look for the gravel pit and turn there, first road, before the mobile home dealership. Two, the upper road has a gaping hole as the result of a mud slide which went down into the RV Park below and buried 7 of the sites 4 weeks ago. Clean-up still has a way to go. Three, the exit road, at the time of the main slide, had a series of slides which totally closed/blocked the exit. After cleanup the condition is still pretty bad as each time it rains more debris, rock and mud comes down onto the road and makes it really difficult to pull up the hill. Four, sites flood each time it rains...up to 6 inches of water in the west sites. Pets are allowed to run although the park says "no" and feces on the grass near the picnic shelters is gross. Quiet, yes; secure, no; the slides are a real bother. Pit toilets and no showers. City dump station about a mile away on Washington. I don't think we will return here. Pretty park, yes, and lots of walking and biking trails, on Rock Creek. Well maintained and quiet, most of the time. Just doesn't feel good, looking up at the very unstable hill side above your RV and wondering when the next slide will take place. No, we won't return. - SilverBear
A great little hideaway ! As the previous reviewer indicate this park is hard to find but once found the rest is easy. The best direction to the driveway is the "first" right turn after you cross the bridge on Addison Ave., traveling West from Washington and Addison. We stayed for 15 days and thoroughly enjoyed it. Very quiet with a very occasional party (family) at one of the two gazebos. I have spent time with the camp hosts and the were very pleasant and friendly. The bathrooms are vault style and are serviced weekly. Lawns are watered and cut weekly. You can walk along the creek on paved pathways for a quarter mile. This is also a regulation Frisbee golf course. The previous reviewer failed to note that Twin Falls received a record rainfall (according to a gentleman with emergency services) in the county's recorded history. The park was restored in two days and no one was trapped or injured. I look forward to staying here again. - Jim Hall
GPS did not find so had to stop and phone for directions - twice. A definite poorly laid out Rv park - lots of short lanes and turns making it challenging to get into our pull thru site with just a 30'fiver. The sites are uneven gravel or sand or dirt [you pick...its all there] Too close to your neighbors - you can always watch their TV...you can hear it from your trailer. Super small dog run probably meant for small dogs only. Too close to hiway to be great for sleeping. As per usual @koa's nice people managing the park yet they cannot hide/make up for the tired outdated crappy park conditions. It was just a layover and i for one was happy to get it in the rear view mirror. Will not be back. - livin4RV
We stayed one night. The sites were really close together. We got settled and my husband went into Twin Falls for some groceries. I decided to walk the dog and stepped out my door to find our neighbors eating at our table which was just outside our door. Not the KOA's fault just kind of funny and a little nervy. We were close to the office- site #2 and could hear the road traffic. We have certainly stayed at much nicer KOA's. I guess I would say this KOA is "tired" and in need of some TLC. Would never plan an extended stay here- only one night as a stop over. - Aliceannjack
I'm pretty tired of these KOA parks, You think they'll be OK. Some of them are, but a lot of them really suck. You make a reservation and then your stuck. They charge you if you cancel and if you get there and don't like the set up they charge you for the night anyways. This KOA has back to back and front to front pull-through sites. So when you walk out of your rig your looking right at some other campers about 8' away and when you put your slides out then your only about a foot away from the rig on the other side of you. - Mike and Darcy
A cute little park. The roads are gravel along with the sites with grass in between. Each site has a picnic table. The office has lots of RV supplies and very clean. It's a little tight getting in since you have to make 2 quick turns. We would stay here again if in the area. - kathiecarlson
This park has a thoughtful layout, with all pull-through sites. There is a reasonable (though not generous) space between sites. While it is adjacent to a US route highway, linking Twin Falls to Wells, NV, the traffic was fairly light after dark and the few trucks passing by weren’t too bothersome. The property is surrounded by farms, and there were odors of the recent harvest that were not overwhelming, but had an “off” note. The “new mowed hay” odor wasn’t so new anymore. Obviously, this will vary by season and type of crops/chemicals used. There were some trees and we welcomed the shade on our RV. But most sites were treeless. Restrooms and showers were clean and well maintained. Forgot to check the WiFi signal. Verizon was strong. Between some newish highway realignments and brain-dead GPS, it was tricky to find this park (we got lost, thanks to the GPS). However, it is on the main US 93 heading south just outside the town of Filer, ID. - Pete_by_the_river
A quiet little park in the middle of farmland off of Hwy. 93. The park is actually in Filer, ID, which is approximately 7 miles from Twin Falls. There are no stores or restaurants nearby. The park is clean and grass areas are well kept. Sites are close together, and your neighbor's sewer connection is located on your patio side. Due to winds and rain, we did not extend our awning, but if we had, our neighbor's sewer hose would have been under our awning! Gravel sites were not level, but easily corrected with leveling blocks. There is a hot tub and gas BBQ, but we did not use either of them during our one night stay. The lady running the office was very nice and friendly. This would not be a destination vacation park, but is perfect when traveling through the area on Highway 93. No play equipment for children, but plenty of room to walk and play in the grassy area. Flies and mosquitoes were a problem, but then you are located in the middle of cattle and farmland, so should be expected. This is a good "one nighter" park, and we would stay here again when passing through the area. - CA Travelers