This park is on land owned by the State of Idaho. It is right next to the fairgrounds and there was a baseball game with fireworks on Friday night and horse racing on Saturday night. This created lots of noise and they had bright lights lit. On the other hand we got a very nice fireworks display for free. There is a paved trail along the nearby river. The roads and parking sites are gravel so it is a bit dusty when people drive by. They used to have side by side hookups but deleted them and now allow you to park your toad in the site next door. There was no table. This works for an over night stay but is not somewhere that I would stay longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a go to park when in the Boise area. It is away from heavy traffic roads, easy to get into and out of. Spaces are good sized, level, but all gravel - if that is a concern. There is a walking path along the river with plenty of shade trees around. We will be staying here again. The price is with a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is Good Sams. Very nice pull thru. Gravel roads which make a lot of dust but each site has a grassy area and small tree. Restrooms and showers are nice and clean. Laundry is nice size with newer washers and dryers at $1.50 each. Park is right next to the city 27 mile hiking/walking/bike trail. Also next to the fairgrounds and racing horse park. Close to shopping and restaurants. Also has propane for sale. Very friendly staff always asking if you need help. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It almost seems other reviewers were in a different park. The park appeared to have mostly long term residents from the fairgrounds next door. Our spot was spacious, but no grass. Walking to one of the two dumpsters, noticed some of the sites were extremely crowded. Speed bumps into the park were horrendous. We were not able connect to use the WIFI the entire two days we stayed, thus having to use our data allowance from our Verizon hot spot. Not sure where their WIFI towers were located, but being at the end of the row close to the fairgrounds, must have been too far. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Otherwise I would have rated this park lower. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Some of the nicest staff I have met on our travels. Absolutely lovely folks. The bathrooms are spacious and very clean. The park is large and quiet. A perfect place to spend the night. If we pass this way again, we will happily stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We recently stayed here for three days and enjoyed the RV park overall. The space we had was very spacious; our toad was parked alongside our RV. The Wi-Fi worked great and our full hookups served our RV needs our entire stay. The bathroom/shower room was clean and the laundry machines looked new, although we did not use them. The RV park was quiet at night and convenient to the sights and conveniences of Boise. We were disappointed to find the playground was removed and the all-gravel spot was a downside, as our kids did not have greenery to play in nearby. Would I recommend this park? Yes. Will we come back? If we were passing through this would be a preferred stopping place for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, quiet but close to lots of shopping. Sites are very wide, gravel with ample space for your car next to the RV. Not much shade but area grass well kept. There is a very nice walking/jogging/biking path that runs close to the river. Good WiFi, friendly office. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
PROS: Nice walking/biking trail in the campground that links to the Boise Greenbelt. Sites are spacious. Very dog-friendly. Very close to all that Boise has to offer and walking distance to several restaurants. Try tubing down the Boise River for a fun weekend afternoon! CONS: Buggy during the summer (and a lot of yellow jacket nests). We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an overpriced park for what you receive. No shade at all - sites are gravel although they are wide enough. I think it needs a good deal of attention and sprucing up. If location is your need, this works. If ambiance - forget it. Just totally stark place with next to NO grass. Wi-fi is spotty at best. Check in folks were nice. Would look for some place else if I had not made reservations and they had already charged me. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Already committed to the area for several days so we'll stay, but I WON'T come here again. Made reservations a month in advance and they lost them. Stuck us in a 30amp site in old area of the park next to horse barn. Site are level gravel, some with grass some not. Power iffy. Water good. Some areas of the park are better than others. Boise River is right here and has nice walking/biking path. Shopping fairly close. Staff was friendly and tried to be helpful, but seemed very disorganized. Decent park but bad business practices. We'll look for another park next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed 3 nights and had to settle for a back in spot without dump. The original site they wanted us to use was completely without shade and next to a gravel pile, no grass and zero appeal. It really didn't look at all like a site so we requested another. The second choice was better, with some shade and grass. Right next to the paved Boise River Walk or path that follows the river quite a ways, so nice for biking or walking. All in all an nice park, and right next to the fairgrounds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This is a large and old RV Park that has new owners. Office staff were pleasant. There are lots of sites that are not well kept. Sites closer to the office are in better condition. Sites are gravel and mostly level with a few trees. The park is on the north side of Boise so it is a good place to start a trip to the north up Highway 55. No cable TV but antenna TV reception is good, our Verizon phone and broadband hot spot worked well. Quiet, but a complicated process to get to from I-84. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an OK place next to the fairgrounds in Boise. Site not particularly level, mostly gravel, but is right next to a walking path along the Boise River. Bathrooms clean and functional, but, again, nothing special. I might try some place else next time in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV Park was really nice considering it is in a large city. The streets leading to the park were busy but once you got into the park it was relatively quiet. All of the interior roads and sites are loose gravel. Some of the sites could use more gravel. All of the sites were pull throughs and had FHU with 20/30/50 amp electrical service. The utilities are in the middle of the site; therefore, you might need to watch the position of your slide-outs. The bathroom and laundry were very clean. There were at least 10 washers and dryers. The washer was $1.50 for 30 minutes and the dryer also was $1.50 for 60 minutes. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. The first two rows were reserved for daily/weekly customers. The remaining rows were for long term residents. There was a bike path directly from the RV Park that went to Boise and beyond. You can also take it the opposite direction towards Eagle Lake State Park. There was some road noise at night but it was not too bad. We would come back here again if we were passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first RV Park experience ever in our new RV. We are fulltiming. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Laundry/showers excellent and clean. Access to Greenbelt was excellent. No table at most sites; gravel roads; dirt sites. Wi-Fi was good. Far enough off the busy road to be quiet at night. We stayed two weeks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an OK park. Very little grass, very few picnic tables or shade. It is not on the Boise Greenbelt but on an older bike path about 1 mile from the Boise Greenbelt. A nice path, nearly level and only 5 miles to downtown which is bike friendly. The folks that work here are nice but not very knowledgeble. Did not know anything about the bike path other than to point at it. Too expensive for No Cable, no shade and no picnic table. I would stay elsewhere next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I liked it here. Nothing fancy, but well spaced gravel sites with small concrete patios. Very well kept. Friendly staff. Right in the city, so very convenient, but not too noisy. You can walk to the racetrack, fairgrounds, and baseball park. We had a wonderful time at the baseball playoffs. Restaurants within walking distance and Walmart, Fred Meyer, and many gas stations right around the corner. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As mentioned, the best thing about this park is the location next to the walking trail along the Snake River. The road and spots are gravel; too bad would rate a 10 otherwise. The RV spots are quite spacious and we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The office staff was very helpful. The electric and WiFi both were great. The sites are wide and there are lots of shade trees. The location, next to the Boise River greenway is great. New owners have eliminated side-by-side sites by letting you park your toad or tow vehicle in the other side. So there is plenty of room. However, park needs grounds care and work on the dirt/gravel roads and RV sites. It has potential to be a much higher-rated park if these things are done. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our favorite thing about this park is its' location. The greenbelt along the river runs alongside the park. Easy access to the hike/bike/run/walk path along the river. Another location plus is the baseball stadium right next door. The park itself does have some permanent residents and some older rigs, but, the facilities are clean and in good condition. This is not a pretty upscale resort. It is a good solid park in a great location. We plan on staying here again next year. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very well maintained park, spots are big, you can park your car next to your trailer on the same spot. 80% is long stayer/workers. They give you places in front of the park. Good location for biking, on the greenbelt (25 mile) and visiting Boise. We were near the office, great Wi-Fi but sometimes it seems we where on a highway, the traffic in and out the campground is heavy! At night quiet. We will come back when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice RV spot in the Boise/Garden City area with Good Sam discount. Right in town, but next to Boise River with nice greenbelt access. Some long term people, but they are in back with overnighters in front. Great access to Fairgrounds and other local sites. We went to SUPing class on Quinn Pond given by Idaho River Sports. Highly recommended if you want to try this new water sport. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice big sites, but Wi-Fi did not work except in office area. Rules regarding pets and quiet hours not enforced; dogs allowed to roam without leashes, noisy campers after 10pm. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great location in Boise, very convenient. Nice park has been updated from old-style side-by-side hook-ups, so you now get both sides of the utilities. We parked our 27' 5th wheel in one side and our truck in the other side which worked great as we were here to visit family. The park has no cable TV so had to rig up antenna etc., to get local channels. Good Wi-Fi signal. Very clean park, excellent bath house with showers and huge laundry area, lots of machines. Well run establishment and relatively quiet with pretty views of the greenbelt along the river. Access was easy off of a main avenue but you do have to go through a few miles of city streets from the interstate. We used a Garmin to navigate to the coordinates listed in the Trailer Life Directory. We will gladly choose this park over the one near the airport which had heavy road noise last time we were in Boise. Our cost was $28.42 with GS discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park gets a mixed review. Park is gravel with fairly level sites. Good gravel interior roads. Plenty of room for turns and good space between sites. Park your personal vehicle next to your RV in a spot that previously used to be another RV spot. Staff friendly/efficient but office closes at 5:00 with no apparent host on duty. Very little grass, and only at some spots. Adjacent property an eyesore (old horse stable for now defunct horse race track), but on the good side, park is located right on the Boise river Greenbelt path (25 miles in length.) Some unsightly RVs in what looks to be semi-permanent status. Laundry OK but could use some more cleaning during the day. Restrooms/showers generally clean but are accessed directly from laundry room with no door, only a shower curtain. We stayed here for about 12 days and would probably stay again as we didn't see anything better in the immediate area and the greenbelt access was a nice draw. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I believe there was an ownership / name change. Good location on the green belt / Boise river. Friendly staff, clean sites but an odd old style layout. Water pressure was a bit low at 35 psi, power was solid, sites were level but ours was in the section where you had to disconnect. There was room to park next to the site. We did look into the laundry and it was very clean and quite a few washers and dryers. A nice place to stay while in Boise and fishing is a short walk away. We will stay here again when we return in 2012. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This has been renamed and reopened as Boise Riverside RV Park. Park is all gravel with some cement patios. Interior roads are good, sites are quite large, with room to park your truck alongside the back of rig. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We had problems getting TV signal and they moved us 3 times, (problem was us). Wi-Fi is smoking fast. We would return if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We choose this campground because of proximity to friends we were visiting and convenience to shopping, restaurants, etc. We were there for one week and were assigned a spot facing the bike path and Boise River which was very nice. Sites are small and close together and you have to park towed vehicle in very small space. Laundry and bath facilities were clean and well-kept. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The office and entrance are very well kept up. If you're only staying a day or week, you'll be assigned to the front row which is very near the greenbelt and Boise River and not bad if you don't look back. However each row behind deteriorates quickly. Staying a month, we were assigned a spot in row three. The trees were infested with aphids that accumulated on the roof and awning (two consecutive years) and the neighbors were not anyone you would want to engage: wearing ankle bracelets from some sort of arrest. The neighboring RV's were very run down: some being more than 30 years old. This is unfortunate as the park could be very nice if it would only cater to the travelling RV'er with stricter rules on who stays year-round. We will not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Gravel sites are small, built before the days of slideouts. Rate on the high side, even with a discount for paying in cash. Wi-Fi signal was weak, so we used the air card. Bath house facilities were clean, but unfortunately, locked from 10PM to 6AM daily. At least a third of the sites occupied by full time people. We did use the Boise River Greenbelt, a jogging/bike path that goes all the way across town. If not for that, we would stay elsewhere, for the price. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were not able to stay here, but checked out the site and it is quite convenient to the baseball park, fair grounds and the Greenbelt bike trail. A fairly basic looking park, but in a great location. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are small, rates are highish and no free internet. Also, while the washroom facilities were clean, toilets did not flush well and were frequently disgusting if the previous user did not take care and patience with them. The toilet/shower/laundry facility is neat and clean overall though. It is also locked, with no access to campers at all from 10PM to 6AM daily. The place is quite busy with most sites seemingly taken by full time residents who do frequent trips in and out during the course of a day making for rather heavy traffic. All in all, I'd rather not stay at this campground again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the worst parks we've stayed in. The park is unkempt, with many long-term residents. Sites are ridiculously narrow, in fact, if you have slides, it's likely you won't have enough room to walk between sites. The management is not at all friendly. I would not recommend this park to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park in a suburban setting so there's good shopping nearby. There are many seasonal guests but plenty of space for overnighters. Roadways are smoothly paved and quite wide. There's a small concrete patio at each site, but no fire pits and no picnic tables. Sites are a bit close together, but I've seen worse. Bathhouse is modern, spacious and clean. Although the park is "family friendly" there is only a very small playground, no pool and no activities for kids. In fact, the entire weekend we were there we saw no children at all. The park is also very quiet, and well-maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is very clean and well maintained. Good 50 amps. The roads are exceptionally wide and the lots are long and each one has grass and a concrete slab. No problem for our 45 footer. There are many permanent/seasonal people but all are in a separate area and lots are well maintained. Did not use their Wi-Fi, pool, or laundry. Very comfortable setting & good location just out of town. Very quiet. Definitely a spot to return to when visiting Boise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well-maintained park with paved roads. The speed bumps are a pain though. The sites were plenty long enough for our 36' RV & tow vehicle. The sites are gravel & fairly level. There is a patio type slab, a small patch of grass & a nice picnic table at each site. The fitness area was so-so. The equipment wasn't the greatest, but better than nothing. The laundry facilities were good. They have a small playground for families with children & a nice fenced in Bark Park for the dogs. We have both a Mac & a PC. The Mac wouldn't work with their Wi-Fi at all. The PC worked fine after we were given the correct information. The primary office person that we worked with was not the most helpful person & was argumentative. The other 2 people in the office & other staff we interacted with were all very nice & helpful. (Be informed that if you stay a month or longer you will not have free cable - we were told we'd have to contact the cable company for service.) If we are in this area again we will definitely consider staying here provided it's not long term. If not for the person in the office & the Wi-Fi problems we would've rated them a 10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is based on a weekly stay. Nice, level, long gravel pull thru site with a concrete patio area and a small grass area. We were escorted to the site and directed in by very helpful staff. All utilities worked well and had plenty of channels on the cable. The park is quiet and close enough to shopping and restaurants. Boise is a beautiful area with much to see and do. We would love to come back and stay longer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A good place to stay for a day or a month. Pull-throughs have gravel parking, concrete patios and some grass. Spaces are close, but with room for slides and awnings. Roads are asphalt, nice and wide - easy to maneuver here. Located in a fairly quiet area. Excellent Verizon internet and phone service. I will stay here again, but ask to be away from the dog park and dumpsters. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is based on the weekly rate. This is a great park, wide paved roads with packed, level gravel sites. Each site has a concrete patio outside your door with a picnic table. There are 2 sewer outlets (middle and rear) so that you are never far from a connection. Water and electric are located at the rear of site. You are escorted to your site and guided in for optimal positioning. The office and park staff are very friendly and helpful. Just outside the park, is a bicycle and walking path that goes along the road. You can walk/ride it down to a city park. There are also hiking trails that lead up through the hills. The park has a small enclosed dog area, but we preferred the long walks on the bike path. The park is located on the very outskirts of Boise, but very close to grocery shopping and some excellent restaurants. A 10 minute drive gets you to a large mall for extra shopping. 15 minutes in the other direction gets you to a Campers World. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you have a dog with you this is the park you should stay in. Very nice central dog area where all the pooches play frequently. This park is off the freeway, but still pretty close to road noise. Well run, fairly close to Boise. Friendly people, good sites, very good park. Lots of long term people. Solid 50 amp connection. Meaning, it does not breaker off the second you go over 50. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is immaculate and the sites are raked smooth. They are not the widest we've been in, but they are fine. No shade. Located on the north side of Boise and off the highway so it isn't noisy. Don't try to park your own rig. The rude guy in the golf cart will climb all over you. He snapped at me, "This is NOT my first rodeo!" The big drawback for us: the ONLY bathrooms they have are closed for cleaning in the mid-morning, just when everyone needs them. We resorted to driving to a gas station. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicely laid out park . Concrete pads and small grassy patch between each site. The sites were tight but doable. Awning would almost touch neighbor if extended out completely. The bark park was a nice plus for the family dog. Did not use wi-fi, so have no comment. There were plenty of full timers and seasonal residents. We would stay again if in area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is very nicely maintained. It consists of paved interior roads with gravel sites. The sites have a concrete strip on the right side of them for your RVs exit steps. There were a fair amount of shade trees next to the sites. There appeared to be a fair amount of longer term residents, mostly on the outer perimeter, but there was nothing unsightly about their sites. The campground is not close to the interstate, but it's not too hard to find, although my GPS lead me on a more roundabout approach than necessary. There is a state highway a couple hundred feet behind the campground, but I never noticed any road noise. Nights were very quiet during my stay. The only thing stopping me from giving this place is 10 is their Wi-Fi was Horrible. It only worked about a third of the time I tried to use it. The rest of the time it either timed out my web pages or disconnected me from the router. I was close to the office building and the signal strength was good, so I can only assume they just don't have enough capacity for the number of users. This was one of those annoying Tengo managed systems where they give you coupons that are good for one device for X number of days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Check in was pleasant and there was an escort to the site. There were lots of speed bumps in the park, so we tend to knock off points for those. Park is big rig friendly, and while there is room for slides and awnings, the spaces seemed tight. There was a grass area with picnic table between each site. All services worked well. Park Internet was super fast. There was a good sized off leash dog park with grass. There were picnic tables and benches inside the dog park. There was also a children's play area. While not a reflection on the park, there were guests playing in the street with frisbees and other objects, not seeming concerned that the objects they were throwing were hitting RVs and other vehicles. This was occurring even after the designated quiet hour. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Office lady was really friendly and helpful. The showers were wonderful; private with closeable doors. Laundry was super, 8 washers & 6 dryers all reasonbly priced. Site was gravel and close to level. Would have been a plus if it were asphalt/cement and level. Pets are welcome and they have a neat off leash fenced area. Other pet area's are not very convenient as you either have to walk a long way around or go through an existing site. Only real negative: they have a pet policy against agressive breeds which we didn't see enforced in 2 incidents. We would stay here again if traveling I-84.. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very accommodating on arrival. We arrived after hours but were still escorted to site. Restrooms and showers are a little old but cleanliness makes up for overall appearance. Gravel sites were the only downfall. It is the type of gravel that never compacts but moves and ruts every time a vehicle passes through the sites resulting in sites that are not very level. This was the only downfall but was quickly remedied with a couple of 2x12 blocks to level the RV. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great stopping place for a visit to Boise. Friendly, efficient office staff, escort to site location, free Tengo internet, clean laundry at a very reasonable price, spacious gathering room with well stocked library and kitchen. VERY clean facility. Good Verizon service in the area. Fairly easy access from I-84 and little or no traffic noise. We had no idea that the Boise area was so loaded with things to see and do. The Boise river Greenbelt is perfect for walking or biking, great locations for river sports and many wonderful restaurants in the surrounding areas. We extended our stay an extra day to see the sights! My GPS did not want to find this park using Boise as the city ... you may want to try using the zip code or Garden City if you have a problem. I will definitely keep this place on the "list"!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV Resort is the best we have ever visited. We arrived very late at night, just before 10:00 pm. Our package was available at the office, however, we were met at the office by Dwight, who showed us the way to our site. He offered a flashlight to my husband while hooking up. He was a very pleasant friendly gentleman. This is the first and only time any resort has escorted us to the site and assisted in the setup. The resort is very well maintained and cared for. The lawn is as green as it can get. It is very clean and well marked. The laundry room was very reasonable and clean. It was a pleasure to visit with Lou in the office. We will certainly mark this resort down as a must return to. Thank you Lou and Dwight for such superior service. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is clean with paved roads and level sites. Nearly all are open for satellite. The staff were friendly and very helpful with local information. There is propane available. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent place to stay. Great staff, very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi reception and cable great. The bathroom and showers were spotless. Very safe property and pet-friendly. Looking forward to returning in a few weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park and great location. Sites are a bit narrow, but not a problem. Hi Valley is close to all the fun activities we enjoyed in Boise (e.g., Outdoor theater Eagle Pavilion, numerous excellent golf course, bike trails along the Boise river, restaurants in Hyde Park area and downtown, etc.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice staff; escort to site. Entire park is loose gravel which slides all around. Clean and attractive. Very quiet at night. No shade, and Boise was hot! Sites are very close together. The patio is not really wide enough for the picnic table, and there is a very narrow strip of grass beside patio. There is really no sitting room, but it was too hot to sit out anyway. Wi-Fi slow; good cable. Would probably come back again, especially if going to McCall, as it is right on the highway to McCall. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park, spaces are a bit narrow. Long way from Boise, but that is what we needed due to family commitments. Gravel spaces with narrow lawn separating spaces. Trees could be an issue if you have a satellite, but we were provided a good spot for satellite reception. Lots of green belts to "pottie" your dog, but no fenced area. Once you come off HWY 84, you will travel down Eagle Rd (Hwy 55)and depending on time of day, could be lots of traffic. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for a night as we were traveling through, easy to find and great location for us. It's not just off the interstate, but if you are in Boise and want a quiet RV park it's a nice place. Wide and easy to navigate interior campground roads. Sites are gravel with grass/concrete strips on either side. You're close to your neighbor but plenty of room to deploy your awning if you want and still have space. Fair number of long term residents but they have them spread around the park. Those here short term are closer to the center of the park. Very clean and well maintained. We arrived very late and were even greeted and told how to get to our site. If we were in the area I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well kept parking lot. Sites are pretty level and some sites have shade but all are close together and in the summer very HOT. Friendly staff and reasonable cost. We stayed here as some friends were staying here, but unlikely to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall, nice site. Stayed for two days. Recommend you request a space away from the trash cans and away from the construction site next door. Internet speed was fair, it appears they have the bandwidth throttled back to save money on how much data they use each month. We would stay here again, but move our site. Nice visit location for Boise proper. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with wide asphalt drives, easy pull through sites. The sites are tight with just enough space between them. Great staff and the park is well maintained. Nothing fancy, it is basic campground. Surprised there is no pool as Boise is hot in the summer. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would have rated this park higher except for the fact that the sites are very narrow. We could see into our neighbor's windows from our motorhome, and our awnings were only inches apart. The park is well maintained and very clean. The staff is very friendly and extremely helpful. Not sure that we would stay in Boise again because of the traffic: probably would choose another park because of the closeness of the rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Previous reports are on the ball for this park. Plenty of open overnight spaces. We have space 55 for the overnight. Coming down Hwy 55 put this park a couple of streets over, so easy access. The Wi-Fi (to me) wasn't worth the free one night tag as it is Tango and they have some of the worst Wi-Fi in the country. We used our Verizon with an amp and got 3 bars. We would stay here again when passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is well set up and easy to use; however, my plans changed and I had paid for two nights but needed to leave only staying one night. The manager refused to refund the second night. October is hardly a high in demand month and there were plenty of empty spaces here on the weekday. They said they would credit me, but I will not be passing through here for the foreseeable future. My recommendation is only pay them one night at a time. This one night cost me $64.15 because of no refund. Not a good practice if they wish to have my or my friend's business. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park. Good size, level gravel sites. Escort to site. Good laundry. Excellent Wi-Fi. Large pet walk outside park. Close to town. Friendly staff. Many permanents along periphery, but sites kept neat. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was an overnight stop for us and fit our needs. If we had been coming from the I-84 side of Boise this would have been way out of the way - it is easily 8 miles off the freeway through city streets & dozens of signal lights. As it is we were coming in from the Highway 55 side ( from McCall ) and it was easily accessible. Staff was friendly & helpful. Park is very clean. Short term sites are all pull throughs with picnic table, 50/30 amp, sewer, water & cable. The office staff also give you a code for free Wi-Fi - we got one code for each of our computers. The deal here is to stay for a month which is $345 plus electricity. There is plenty to do in and around Boise to justify a longer stay! We camped here in a Motorhome.
If this park were located closer to the freeway it would get a 10! This is a beautiful park, very well cared for and the staff is super. Wish it were closer to I-84, but we will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are full timers who came to Boise to explore this part of Idaho. We actually stayed at this park on two occasions. The first time in June for 18 days and then the whole month of July. The choice to stay here was because of it's proximity to West Vet for specialized treatment of our dog with health problems. After the first stay in June we came back here when new problems of the same nature developed and decided to stay the whole month of July to be sure the problems were resolved. We became one of those "permanents" that are identified in many reviews. I have been on both sides of this park, since the overnights are placed in specific rows to facilitate their moving in an out, while those of us with longer stays are in the back in sites around the perimeter. The staff here are hard working and very attentive to the park condition. There is constant maintenance going on, from gardening to watering, to mechanical work on utility pedestals. The park is neat, clean and none of the long term residents (some have been here 6 years or longer) leave clutter around their sites. The grass is mowed & edged 2 X each week, trees are trimmed on the spot if a rig needs extra clearance, all they have to do is ask. The overnight sites are a tad narrow, but they accommodate the largest rigs easily with wide swing room and well laid out streets. Propane service is prompt by asking in the front office and they have a fee for service ($5) dump site near the entrance for non residents. Internet is indeed Tengo Internet, but you can get a code for free connection for up to three days by asking. Cable TV is free to overnights and they have an excellent line up of channels available. It is in a quiet residential neighborhood about 6 miles from the freeway. Wal-Mart is 3 miles away and Home Depot is 1 mile away. Much more shopping is available on Eagle Road southwest of the park. Horseshoe Bend Road is a main through fare for the residential neighborhoods that surround the park during the day, but nigh time hours are pleasantly quiet. The main building contains the guest bathrooms and showers, and they are cleaned every day. They are immaculate. The rate quoted is for monthly cost divided by 30 days. The office staff are knowledgeable, helpful and will bend over backwards to assist any guest. I reserve the highest ratings for parks with greater number of amenities, but this one deserves recognition for a job well done. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed Boise area for family wedding. This park was very well located for our needs. Very busy when we were here. Many full time/permanent rigs located throughout the park. Sites are fairly long and easy access, but not terribly wide. They do cram a lot of units on their property. Not our first preferred method of 'camping', but very adequate for our needs at the time. Wi-Fi worked very well, solid power/water. Didn't use bathrooms/showers as we use our own. Good Sam rate: stayed 4 days. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overall a very nice RV park located in a respectable residential neighborhood. Lots of shopping nearby if you are low on supplies. Only about 10 easy miles from downtown Boise. Access to the Boise River Greenbelt is 4 miles - a 25 mile long mile paved path for biking or pedestrian use. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They do guide you to your site and assist with parking. There are quite a few long-term tenants but the park is very well maintained. The main downside is they use TengoInternet for the internet connection. We always have problems with this service connecting to the internet and having a reliable connection. Also, there is some road noise from Horseshoe Bend Road. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are a lot of permanent sites, but that doesn't appear to interfere with the "stop and go" RVers. It's a nice campground for overnight. The sites are very small pebbles with a cement slab and a small grass 'spot' just outside the door. I think if you have a big rig, you will have to watch where the sewer connections are located. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a welcome site to finally find this place. We visited a horrible park down the street and were relieved when we found Hi-Valley. They were a bit difficult to find. Has nice clean, wide, grassy sites and very nice management. They helped us locate a great upscale Pub (Berdeneys) close by. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We haven't stayed in many RV parks but this is just about the best one we've found. I would give it a 10 if it had a hot tub/swimming pool. There's playground equipment for the kids but not a lot of activities. For the dogs they have an enclosed dog run to play with your dogs safely. There's a strip of grass right by your door for your dogs to use. Very friendly and helpful staff. We had damage to our trailer and arrived late after the office was closed. We found our assigned space and the paperwork. It included the code for the WiFi but not the code for the bathroom (our bathroom was non-op). We thought this had to be an over-sight and managed to find the correct code and all was fine. The bathrooms and showers were very nicely decorated, clean and bathmats were even provided. In the morning the staff were very helpful putting us in contact with folks to make repairs on our trailer. Our site was fairly level. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park has been recently updated. The spots are VERY narrow. We had to stay very close to the the cement pad or risk running over the sewer connections on the left. There is a cement pad (sidewalk) beside the motorhome and a small patch of grass. It is an ok park for a couple of days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice, clean park. There is a nice grassy area for kids to play and a small swing set thing. The concrete *patio* is pretty small as is the grass strip. We paid for a month but only stayed for 2 weeks. The reason? Cost is much less than a month and didn't pay additional for electric, although we would have had to if we stayed longer. The rate listed reflects the average cost. I have stayed here before and will again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place for an overnight. Not a place for enjoying the outdoors. Sites mostly level. Door opened onto a four foot wide concrete sidewalk that served as our patio (no picnic tables). Next to that about two and a half foot strip of grass. All sites curbed. Though too narrow for our tastes, the campground was friendly, helpful, and and a good lay-over. Biggest downside - poor cable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As a previous poster noted this is a very nice parking lot style RV park. Clean, friendly and helpful staff and wide roads. Sites were level, pretty wide and well tended. The dog walk is non existent and amounts to any alley way full of broken glass, debris and burrs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Staff very friendly & helpful. Escorted to our site & assisted in set-up. Campsite was full but managed to find a site for us. I would recommend a reservation. This is a large park but has many long stay clients, and they also had a large group booked in. Whole park very clean & presentable, as were the washrooms & laundry facilities. We were staying only one night on our way home. Would stay there again. Good Sam rate $27.90 We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the nicest parking lot-type campgrounds we've been in. It's northwest of Boise, closer to Garden City, so it's convenient if you're heading north to one of the scenic byways. The bathrooms were excellent, very clean and up-to-date The smallish showers could use a few more places to put stuff but the terrycloth bathmats are a nice touch. There's a large lending library, game room, fitness equipment, flat-screen TV in the rec room, also a bike/jogging path across the road. It was quiet at night. The Wi-Fi worked well and you get tons of cable TV channels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here while visiting relatives and found the park to be very peaceful. The grounds were paved with gravel spaces. Each space had a small concrete padio and strip of grass. It rained several days park drainage was very good. Bathhrooms were very clean bath mats were provided. We camped in a 35' fifth wheel with three slides and had more than enough room. Park was very quiet at night. WiFi was very good at our space which was near the front. We would stay at the park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Signage to campground was good. There is a specific area to park and register. Office staff was friendly and efficient. We were escorted to our site. Wide access roads with Level gravel, concrete and grass pull-through sites. The sites are slightly narrow if campground is full. Services are in good location for easy hook-up. There are very few trees. A good dog run but quite a way from sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well organized park. Easy in and out. Pull-thrus with full hook-ups. Wifi worked great and no cost. Cable TV and no cost. They have a dog run but it is a gate to the back behind the park and quite a ways from some of the sites. Some live-ins but very clean and orderly. Camping World about 10 miles away. Super Wal-mart about two miles down the road. Friendly and helpful office help. Would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and orderly, but the sites only have a small strip of grass. But it's in a pretty good location to get to downtown Boise, and it is not on the interstate so it is relatively quiet. Large laundry unit, and a good rec room We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean and well maintained park. Gravel sites with a long concrete patio and a small plot of grass. Is located on the outskirts of Boise with ample shopping and dining in the area We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park in a very quiet area with one exception. They have a few spots across from the dumpsters that had noisy. So if staying you might want to avoid sites 51 - 54 or 55. Lots of people pull up in trucks (large, usually diesel) to dump there trash. Starts about 6:00 am. Other than that a very nice park, great library. Wi-Fi is very robust, the best we have had in quite awhile. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is very well maintained. Site narrow with gravel base and small grass area along side each side. Lots of long term campers in spots but still plenty of spaces open. Would stay here again when we pass thru. Biggest problem is no sign on Hwy 95 for turnoff. We had a GPS that took us right here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wide paved streets, gravel pull-throughs. Exercise equipment is not institutional quality -- treadmill stalled with 240 pound walker. Half of the park is occupied with long term folks, but they are well maintained. Dual sewer drains at each site to avoid long hoses. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly and helpful staff, large pull-throughs, and very level pads are all parts of this park. This park is on the northern edge of Boise and off any main roads so it is very quiet. We would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice place. Gravel sites each with a concrete sitting pad and a small strip of grass between the sites. No picnic tables, and only a few trees. Excellent facilities and extremely friendly staff. We stayed here 4 nights and worked out on the treadmill in the rec hall when the weather tanked. We'd come here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very neat and clean and quiet. We extended our stay because it was so nice. Wifi is pay, but there is a 3 day free trial available. Polite and friendly staff. Gravel sites with a concrete patio. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All sites face north (so patio side is shaded in the evening. )Sites are large with concrete patios. The full-timers are in a separate part of the park. Lots of strict rules. The directions to this park published in travel directories could be greatly improved. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Certainly a nice campground, but not a ten. Overall very nice facilities, clean, neat, and well maintained including all the landscaping. Little details have a way of impacting the score. The rec room closed at 7pm. If nothing else this meant no computer modem availability. The trash dumpsters are left in open sight in a central location, no attempt made to hide them. The bathrooms, while modern and clean where not cleaned over the weekend, because some paper litter remained there on Saturday and Sunday. This criticism is by no means a condemnation of the park. Rather it is meant as constructive criticism and offer a way to offer an even better experience for all rv'ers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Manager was great and very helpful. Although the campground borders the freeway noise was not a big factor. Surge Guard protector gave messages that there was electrical problems on periodic bases, talked to the manager but he could not find a problem. Detector did not show problems before arrival and no signs since departing. Well maintained park including bathrooms and showers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is very clean and convenient. The only real drawback is that, being next to the Interstate, it is very noisy. We kept the fan on all night and slept just fine. The shower house is spotless. The sites are close together, but several big rigs were parked there. There are no recreation amenities, but we did not want a resort - we wanted a place close to the historical downtown. We would definitely stay here again if back in Boise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an old park. Right smack dab next to the interstate. Road noise was quite loud. Mostly long term residents. Very narrow roads. Would not stay there again, even though it is convenient to downtown Boise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Only park in Boise and is pretty nice. Traffic noise from 2 rows over (I-84) but doable. We are in site 29 but wouldn't take this site again as hard to get out of because of a tree next to our site. Have to get the rver across from us to move his car for us to get out. Now has free WiFi which everybody in the park is on it in the evening. Next time will get a site from 4-8 behind us. Easy in and out with no tree to go around. Grass by each site (watered each day). Will stay here again when passing thru. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent 3 nights here while visiting with relatives in Boise. We were in site 30 which was easy to enter and exit in our motorhome with tow. The site was wide with some shade. It is very close to the freeway, and airport, while this made for easy access to town and shopping, it was very noisy. This is the only RV park within the Boise city limit which is why we chose it. No dog area except for a dried up field across the street in an industrial park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sadly, this park has a lot going for it, but we got no sleep, even with ear plugs. The I-84 freeway is literally on the other side of the wall from this 3-row park. It's 4 a.m., and the trucks are still roarin' by, 24 hours non-stop. Even though these are the best showers we've had in a month, and they get our sparkling bathroom award, we won't choose to stay here again. We wish these friendly hosts well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would agree with all previous comments. The park Wi-Fi was weak for us and we were camped near the restroom. Verizon signal not real strong here either but our Verizon MiFi worked better for us than the Park Wi-Fi. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very small RV Park but well maintained, and restrooms, showers and laundry facilities were clean. The sites are very narrow and the access roads inside the park are very tight to maneuver RV around. We were able to get DirecTV using our satellite dish with no problem. We did request a site with southern exposure when we made the reservation, and it was accommodated. This park is right off the freeway, literally, so the freeway noise at all hours of the night could be a problem for a light sleeper. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Office staff is very friendly and helpful. Nice trees and grass at all sites. Laundry room is clean and not overpriced. Wi-Fi works well and able to get Sat service from the site I was at. Sites are level and long. Con's - Narrow sites. Right off the Hwy so you do get the noise from the Hwy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park but as others have said, it is tight maneuvering. Level pads, sites are a bit small. Nice location with easy access to the city. Water pressure is good, power is clean. The park is pet friendly, sort of. The manager is not a real dog lover and is a bit of a grass "nazi". My brother in law lives here and has witnessed rants over departed guests "ruining" the grass. He is a nice guy but a bit obsessed with the grass. We'll stay here again any time we are in Boise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean park with paved sites, but very tight. Hard to find room for your tow vehicle if you have a big rig. Somewhat difficult to get in and out of site. Bathrooms clean. Laundry clean and reasonable. Highway noise but very little airport noise. Wi-Fi OK. No cable TV. Very convenient to downtown Boise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for a big soccer tournament and it was fine. I was a little leery of noise, being between the airport and the interstate and it's all night construction, but it wasn't bad. The place was neat and well kept, albeit packed. The mens room had 2 showers and 1 stall, but it was clean. The fellow running the place was very nice. We would stay here again if in Boise (which is a terrific little city). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park with trees and shade. Looked very nice. The only drawback was it was right on the freeway and very noisy. Road construction on top of the freeway noise made for a noisy night. Would probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are quite tight. Entry in and out of the park is very tight but doable. With the space allotted the site have to be pull thru's. WIFI was slow but was usable (about 10 times dial-up speed). Friendly service was provided. Neat and tidy surroundings. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is clean and has paved sites. It does not have other amenities; however we found it very adequate for a short stay. For a big rig (ours is a 43 with tow) the roads to and from the sites are tight; but manageable. Power, water, sewer all good. Owner/manager very friendly and helpful. We were concerned that it would be noisy since it is located on Airport Road near the airport; however, it was very quiet We camped here in a Motorhome.
New park, nice and clean. All the sites have a grassy area, the hookups on each site has a little fence hiding them from the next site. I really liked that as I hate having to look at the next campers hookups and dump site from your picnic table. I was windy the night we were there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very clean park, it had paved level sites, but the roads inside the park were very narrow. The owners mentioned that the side of their building had been wiped out several times. We had plenty of room for both our Fifth Wheel and truck in our pull-thru site, but the people next to us had a site with less room and I am surprised their vehicle didn't get hit because of the tight arrangements. Not a lot of extra amenities, no cable TV, but worked as a spot for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Don't be fooled by the convoluted driving directions. This park is as close to the freeway as you could possibly get and it is extremely noisy as a result. The spaces are very close together and many units (or attendant vehicles) stick out beyond their designated spaces. This makes navigating the park extremely tight and I doubt a big rig would make the corners. The interior roads are quite narrow, also. Staff was friendly, but that was probably the only plus. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.