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Snake River used to be a KOA and still has the same facilities - a pool, laundry room, some cabins, RV spaces and a small store. They are currently installing a very nice-looking play area.
The sites are easily accessed by even larger RV's (we...More
This is a very nice RV park. It is close to the interstate with easy access and decent sized spots. The attendant was pleasant and business like. The park has nice amenities and lots of big trees. It is also close to restaurants and fuel....More
I stayed at the Snake River RV Park & Campground for only one night as I was travelling to out place in Wyoming. This is a nice park, with very nice people for check-in. The check-in office-store was interesting in that there is a store...More
Basic campground with trees but near highway exit. Bathrooms on outer edge of campground had no source of heat even as I requested some heat in building. Wifi andother bathrooms closest to office were fine
Hard to find, in kind of a run-down area. Once we got there, though, the campground was nice enough. Nice pull-through space, but the spaces were kind of close together, so it felt crowded. Was visiting a friend so hardly spent any time there. Did...More
Response from Al47Canmore_ab | Reviewed this property |
Hi Cindy: We always make reservations during the summer months in high use areas, particularly near weekends. When we were camping between Boise and McCall off Highway 55 in BLM sites we made no reservations because few take... More
Hi Cindy: We always make reservations during the summer months in high use areas, particularly near weekends. When we were camping between Boise and McCall off Highway 55 in BLM sites we made no reservations because few take them. Some of our best was when we had sites entirely to ourselves right near the Payette river, We are in a 20 foot motorhome, so can get in these tight little areas, you probably can't. Our favorite in the area of McCall was McCall RV resort a G7 facility, you can't beat that one - 10 out of 10. Enjoy yourselves. Cheers Alvin.