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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an okay park with not much going on other than the hot springs. I would have given it a higher rating...but am taking off as they sandwich you in like sardines. If you have an awning and a slide out and its busy, forget it. The people in the office are not friendly especially the younger guy with gray hair. The lifeguards yell constantly and never smile, both sort of miserable looking. I'm not sure why the staff seem so miserable, but its sad as the place is not to bad, but then maybe they don't like kids, lol. If you don't have or like kids this park is not for you as the pool is packed, I mean packed, with kids. Lots of babies with diapers and no diapers in the hot springs. You can rent a mat to use in the pool, but most of them come with their own algae or moss growing on them and are pretty torn up. The hot spa is to hot for comfort, almost burning hot and the small spa is okay. I think this might be a better place to stay when its not a holiday weekend. I wouldn't go out of my way to stay here again, and its 15 miles out in the boonies from Twin Falls. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fairly nice park, lots of grass (you park on the grass) and shade trees. This place has a large swimming pool that is open to the public for a charge so lots of kids and people here that are not camping here. OK for an overnight or for those with families that want to camp and swim in a large pool. Sites a little un-level and sewer connections are uphill a little. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park was a very pleasant surprise. We were just looking for a quick overnight spot,
and ended up being sorry we couldn't stay longer! In the middle of sage and pucker brush, this green oasis was a most welcome sight, with tall, lovely shade trees and lots of green, green grass. Motor home sites are on grassy sites in the trees. They have 2 sections of water/electric hookups, and one of full hookups. And a full hook up spot was only 12 bucks!! Behind a wall at the end of the park is a huge (125' x 50') hot springs swimming pool complete with water slide. Also, a spa, hot soak pool, game room, snack bar, and office. There's another large shaded area with 6 or 7 pavilions with bar-b-ques, suitable for large family gatherings. We'll definitely
stop here again, on our annual trek from one hang-gliding competition in Carson City, NV to another in Arco, ID. Easy access, also -- one turn off Highway 93, and it's 3 miles straight into the driveway. Peaceful, incredibly quiet -- just a great little place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a delightful little surprise of a park. Stopped for a quick overnight on the way
to central Idaho, and found a lovely oasis in the middle of the sagebrush desert. Level sites are on lush green grass under large established shade trees. Fairly large sites are available with water and electric only, but our full hookup site was only $12.00 for the night. The pool area is nicely enclosed so the noise is completley contained in the pool area. (We didn't have time for a swim, but understand that use of the pool is an extra daily fee.) After miles and miles of hot dry pucker brush, this little place was just a wonderful break. People were very friendly and helpful, and the whole experience was thoroughly delightful. Located 3 miles from Hollister, Idaho, and 16 miles south of Twin Falls. We make this trip every year, and plan to make this lovely little spot an annual event! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners had just closed for the season but opened up just for us rather than send us back into Idaho Falls 15 miles. We were the only vehicle in the park for the nite. Really nice place with hot springs, trees and grassy sites. We camped here in a camper.