This is truly a campground, NOT a resort; no amenities other than a full hook-up on a gravel site, with a picnic table on rocks. No space to put out chairs to enjoy the outdoors. However, it is right on the river, with spectacular scenery, and provides a good base for exploring the area. Very quiet except for the train at night. We would stay here again.
This is a nice campground if you stay in the south section; they advertise Class A Motorhomes only, but there were several fifth-wheels there also. There is another section of the campground which is gravel and less expensive, and they are not allowed to use the pool or the spa. The pool, spa and bathrooms are very nice. It is the best park in the area; the views of the red cliffs are spectacular. However, there is no shade so it gets very hot. There are some maintenance issues with weeds and the laundry room leaves much to be desired; we did our laundry in town. However, it is a great location and we would stay here again.
I would agree with the prior reviews: this is NOT a "resort" and there is absolutely no pride of ownership here. Dead flowers greet you upon entering, which should be a clue. The restrooms were often without toilet paper and not clean. The pool and spa has no lights at night. The sites are very close together. The office is run by the owner's kids who have obviously had no hospitality training. It is very close to the freeway and noisy. Needless to say, it is grossly overpriced. We would not stay here again.
We stay in this park 3-4 times a year; it is across the street from the ocean, and two of the sites are ocean view. It is about a mile from Patricks Point State Park, which we love. There are many trails within the park to the ocean (not within the RV park). The town of Trinidad is charming-this park is about 5 miles north. The staff is friendly and everything is clean. Cable TV and Internet is available. We certainly will stay here again.
This is a nice little city park campground right on the Snake River; it is close to Hwy 84 so easy access for touring the area. The Chamber of Commerce is next door with lots of information about things to see. The park has a lovely walkway along the river. The sites are reasonably spaced and each has a grass strip and a picnic table. Although close to the freeway it is fairly quiet (some street noise). We would stay here again.
This is a lovely campground in the mountains, with an amazing lodge. The sites are large, and there are several with trees for shade. We had a premium site with a nice patio and grass strip. There is a lot of room between sites. The indoor pool and hot tub is wonderful, and they have adult hours in the evening. They seem to cater to clubs and groups, however, and you might want to call to be sure there is not a big group there if you want peace and quiet. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a lovely campground fairly close to I-84 and a good overnight if you are traveling in eastern Oregon. The sites are large, gravel, with little shade; unfortunately, the road to get to the park is not paved, just gravel, so there are a lot of ruts and it is very dusty. The park is clean, with a nice pool and hot tub. The staff is very nice and friendly. There is nothing within walking distance so you do have to drive into town to grocery shop or eat (about 5 miles). We would stay here again.
This is a large, clean RV park on the outskirts of Boise; it is basically a large parking lot with a grass strip and a table. There are some small trees but no shade. The pool is clean and they have adult swim hours which is nice because there are a lot of children. This is a good base camp if you are touring the area; close to I-84 with easy access. The staff is very friendly and helpful.