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rating [ 10/10 ]
Great park, great riverfront, wifi exceptional. Those that Jeep or ATV excellent location to ride hundreds of miles of trails. Experience the Lewis and Clark expedition on your own atv. On the North Fork and Salmon River. Wildlife abundant, deer, elk, eagles. Owners very helpful. Very clean lodge on the river for those needing rooms. Restaurant and gas station next door.
rating [ 9/10 ]
Stayed here for an overnight regroup. Very clean nice park with long pulls for rigs with trailers. ATV friendly town. Can ride both sides of 89 including the Bryce Canyon, Pink Cliffs and Lava fields. A must do. Awesome rides through some magnificent canyon views. Small town within walking distance. Trail maps available at gas station and several grills in town. Shade tress growing but not a must. Grass at each site with gravel park. Altitude provides cooler weather. Wi-fi excellent. 3G strong signal. Next trip we will stay longer and make this our base for ATV-ing. Owners are very friendly and helpful.
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stay here every year for at least a week if not more. The Wi-Fi is great, sites are large pull throughs for a Class A towing a stacker with toys. The owners are so accommodating. It is a catch up mail for us beside the ATV riding, this place has great weather and views. The owners are diligently trying to grow trees. I recommend this place to anyone I meet with RZR or ATVs. None have been disappointed
rating [ 1/10 ]
We camped here for one night because it was recommended by the Jeep Crawlers. Will never stay again. They were rude. We have our services in a different area than most and needed to be a foot off their footprint. They got indignant: need to be within the confines of rocks and cannot make our own rules. Our levelers were broken which he said was our problem, so we tried to stay at the most level spot in our site. He told us we could leave but the office would not refund our money although no refund policy was ever shown. We were also insulted because we had Florida tags. I don't think the owner is aware of the hostility of his crew. Went across the street for great home hospitality.
rating [ 2/10 ]
Very expensive with overly dense vegetation so that site with RV on it has limited usability. Staff is very Palm Beachy uppity. They nickle and dime you extras for everything. They give demerits. I think I left that with my sorority. They fine you for errors. It is not close to anything. There are nicer areas to spend that much for an RV site and drive to what you want. You have to here anyway. I will be looking elsewhere for my money. Economic times will give them their due.
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is our second time in a two year time frame. We are from Florida; wish it were not so far away. We love it. The owners are top shelf. We can ATV, Jeep, and Harley. Riverfront views, campfires, restaurant next door; what more can you ask for. Full of wild life, caribou, eagles, etc. Fish for steelheads, trout, on the Salmon River. I will always make this route a stop in my Idaho travels. Highway 93 is one of the most beautiful scenic routes in America.
rating [ 10/10 ]
New RV park on the Paiute ATV trail system; one of the largest ATV riding trail system in the country.. We came to stay overnight, loved it, stayed for a week more. Trail riding and views outstanding. Excellent campground with the nicest helpful owners. Could not be more helpful Extra wide pull thrus room for tow and toys. Picnic table at every site. Very clean and quiet with great mountains views from site. Easy in, easy out. Town is 2 blocks away where you can rent ATVs if you have none. Can ride ATV anywhere from this campground including small cafes for pleasant views and great dinners. Although no cable, satellite works great, also with the new digital TV service can receive up to 40 channels. They have a small stocked store with basics and the gas station in town has wide variety of basic supplies. The town is restoring its historical buildings. Plan to come back here for sure and am recommending to anyone I meet along our travels who love ATVing.
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