Although only 1/4 from I-15, this park is a bear to get to. I intended to come here but found it by accident and only after asking a farmer where it was. Otherwise I echo the comments of previous posts. I could tell you how I got here and how I left but don't recommend either route. Appears that best route is to take Exit 135 at Roberts and take west side frontage road north which veers around to 2700 E, which is a north/south road. Then take it north to Diamond Rd and go East on Diamond Rd about 1 mile to the Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely perfect to “do nothing” and just relax. A few sport shooting folks during the day when we were there and it was entertaining. Not many other campers in the place during our stay. The only thing disturbing in this natural, idyllic setting was the interstate noise. However, it was not too bothersome. Our site was long and level with a nice view of the small pond, the expanse of prairie beyond the pond, and the mountains off in the distance. We liked this place so much that we stayed 2 nights but originally planned only an overnight stay. Another camper that pulled in did the same thing. They decided it was a good place to stay another night. Truly a nice place to relax if you don‘t need any amenities and if the park is not crowded. Water and electric only and they worked just fine. No dump station. AT&T with four bar connection (EDGE). Weak, unreliable Wi-Fi at site. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campsite is a gun club with plenty of shooting facilities. Our campsite had water and electric, no sewer. The campgrounds are about 5 miles off the main interstate. There are plenty of signs to get you here. There are only 2 bathrooms in the building but they are clean. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an RV park and is listed in the directories, but actually the facilities for skeet & trap shooting. An event was in place when we stayed here for two nights, but were made very welcome by the staff and participants. There is no sewer or dump at the park. Good location for a day trip to Rexburg (Teton Flood Museum) and Grand Teton National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.