Meadows RV Park sets back from Idaho Highway 55 enough that you don't see the park from the road. But the sign is hard to miss. Actually there is about 16 acres between the highway and the park. I don't recall hearing road noise. The gravel road into the park is in good shape. The owner was on the front porch of the office visiting with some of the residents. She gave us our choice of pull-through or back-in site and even walked the park with us to show us some places less obvious, but next to Goose Creek. This campground stays open year round, although I could see it would be a challenge during a hard winter. There are some year around folks who keep up the place. We chose two sites by the creek. All have power and water. There are some full hookups, but not many. The dump station is convenient when leaving. There are a number of well shaded sites also. The 30 amp service we had was fine. There is no WiFi. The park is mostly mowed grass. There are shady areas. We did not use the shower, bathroom, or laundry facilities. There is a pavilion for parties, and a peaceful pond to enjoy. We were there three nights. If you like peace and quiet, this is a good park. We plan to stay again, but longer.
Hodges RV Park is a few blocks off US 95, easy to find and approach, and it is also an easy walk to the center of town. We were met and warmly greeted by the owner and led to our site. On about four grassy acres, the 29 sites are not crowded. The park is level. The back half of the park was more recently developed and provides 50 amp power sites. The office, restrooms, showers, and laundry are in excellent condition and clean. The free wi-fi reaches the back of the park. The park is un-cluttered, with no dust, no noise, with good gravel roads, and pads. We feel the rates are quite modest. It makes no pretenses, and does not disappoint. We would plan to stay here again when traveling on US 95.
This park was not difficult to find or approach. It is not the one next to I-84, but just up the hill two blocks and further from road noise. The manager was working on the grounds when we arrived and he promptly met us on his golf cart. He led us to our site which was level, w/FHU and without difficulty we were connected in little time. As it was a warm afternoon in the Columbia Gorge, we ran the air for a few hours. Power was unremarkable at our site. The park occupants were a mix of travelers and monthly folks. The place was clean with no clutter. There are few shady sites. The interior roads are gravel, but in good condition. The sites are roomy with mowed lawn between sites. We did not use the park Wi-Fi, restrooms or showers. This park fully met our need for a good overnight stop and we would use it again.
Friendly and helpful staff. Older park with 20 + RV sites in front and about 18 mobile homes in the back. Power is fine, WiFi & cable are trouble free. Spaces are not large but sufficient. Some are deeper, others not very deep. Although near the road, it is quiet at night. Cell phone reception is fine. Because they rent crab fishing boats, this is an active park. We would stay here again.
We were greeted by friendly staff person and the reservation was as requested. This park is off highway 101 enough that road noise is not an issue. The park is in deep woods with tall trees so satellite reception depends on site orientation. Sites are wide enough and offer plenty of privacy. There are fire rings at each site. Laundry room was very clean. Few sites have cable, some have been upgraded to 50 amp. Most have 30 amp and voltage was generally low. Wi-Fi at the adult lodge was very good. It had cable TV, pool tables, puzzle tables, etc. In the park the roads were gravel and pot holes had been filled at some point. Nothing bad. The park is older but clean and maintained. We enjoyed walking in the park as folks were pretty friendly. We would stay there again.