We were very disappointed with this RV park. The train traffic was deafening and never ending. Got hardly any sleep. Also we felt that for $45 the services were poor-no washrooms, no cable, no Wi-Fi and spaces were very tight. On the plus side it was close to town and walking trails. I would not recommend this RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It's a place to stay, we stayed here because it's the first place we found and we were tired. The trains are awful and the end of our R.V. wasn't more than 40 ft. from the track. Dirt and gravel roads and spaces. The plus side easy walk to town and the beach, nice walking path along the beach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is right next to the tracks and the trains run through frequently, day and night. We left on the air conditioner to mask the noise. In addition, the highway overpass is being constructed right beside the tracks. Okay for a quick overnight stay but expect to be waken often. There are 2 nice city beaches with beautiful clear water steps away; you can walk a minute over Bridge Street/Marina and you are on main street Sandpoint. This would be a gorgeous location if it weren't for the constant thunder of freight trains. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Outrageous price to feel as if you are being run over by freight trains all night long. Site is poorly kept and the train tracks are so close that there is no sleep to be had. One women's and one men bathroom/shower available about two blocks away. Wi-Fi very slow. All in all has absolutely nothing to recommend it other than being the only one in town. Avoid this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Before we could even set up we had to clean up dog droppings from previous campers, gross. After having set up we then discovered that the campground was beside an active railroad track. There were numerous trains that went by at all hours during our stay. Especially the hours between 10 pm and 8 am. Although there was Wi-Fi access the reception was poor and inconsistent. Disturbed and uneven ground around sewer, water and power hook ups made it difficult to stabilize the trailer. There was no available firepits for campfires at the sites. There was also no apology or concern for our complaints when checking out. We will not be recommending or returning to this RV site. However we will return to the community. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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The campsite is a nightmare, it is next to the rail track with 40 trains per day and night. Although we were told that internet is available, it was not. It didn't help that it was raining, but for the cost it was the worst we have encountered. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the park to be in at Sandpoint. Great location next to town within walking distance of shops and restaurants in the town center, bar, restaurant, waterfront park, discounted ski tickets (you get $9 off per ticket at Schweitzer), pool, spa. You may hear train noise, but the location is superb. I paid $40 per night- but got a discount on 2 ski tickets for $18- a great value. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Check on construction before you book your date of stay. The lake is stunning but the new bypass is being constructed right there. Also, there are a lot of trains rumbling by. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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There are trains, lots of noise. The dogs are off leash, just wandering around bothering other campers. Oh, did I mention the trains, very, very, close by and loud. I will never stay here again, had no choice this time. The price was very high for a junkie, no grass,dusty parking lot. There is wireless internet available but they don't tell you that. There is a Hotel across street if you want to use their facilities. There was town noise all night, cars and stereo's. Don't forget the trains. This is a bad, bad place. The spaces are very close to each other. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a joke...$45 to park right next to the train tracks, with 40 trains a day going thru. Just a dusty parking lot, sites close together. No restrooms, must get key to hotel showers and pool. Great location by the City beach and town, but this place and the price is not worth it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly people and nice facilities. Internet works great, lake is nice and close, pool, hot tub and sauna are clean and well kept, restaurant has great food. The only downfall to this campground is the train tracks that are very close and run all the time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are just passing through, find the WalMart or a truck stop. As mentioned, location is the only positive feature here. They would do well to take out the hookups and use it for bus parking to support the motel. There are better ones in the area, look around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a dump! Avoid! The RV park adjoins a Best Western Hotel and appears to be in complete disrepair. It is also inhabited with a few full time residents that spent their entire weekend in a bottle. The staff could care less. Add that the park adjoins a very busy rail route and well, you get the picture. This park would receive a "0" if it were not convenient to Sandpoint town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are level and blacktopped with electric and water. Mature trees provide shade and it's a very nice setting. Finding the office to register and pay was a bit strange; had to ask the camp host where they were located. A sign would be helpful. Also, the entry was very unlevel with a strange dip that really rocked the RV coming in. We were able to use the free Internet connection which was a nice surprise. We stayed one night while on the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The first three nights at the fairgrounds we dry camped, and then we moved into the campground loop with hookups. I like this campground I wish they would give you a little bit of a break when you're just having to dry camp due to the campground being full but they don't. Most sites are electric and water only. There is one site up front by the campground host that is water electric and sewer. We were here for the car show and that particular weekend the fairgrounds gets quite full with motor homes, car trailers, etc. Very nice campground and I would stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground with newly paved asphalt pads, 50 amp service, water at the site and a nice dump station. A central pavilion is provided with shade, picnic tables, and BBQ's. The grounds are well cared for with grass and trees. There are clean bathrooms and showers on site. Tent campers are welcome here as well as campers and MH's. Camp host on site, however we'd suggest that you call ahead and make a firm reservation as the sites are very popular and the campground fills up on the weekends. We'd definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects the discount with Golden Age pass. The campground was full but not chaotic. The showers did not work so that was a big black mark against the park, as they were not making any attempt to fix them. My site 8 was near the restroom and often the walking path for those needing to use the facility. I would suggest the park make a path very apparent for access to the bathroom so the site can be avoided. Kids rode their bicycles through, adults walked through and I thought it showed a lack of campground etiquette as well. I would stay again - in a different site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park in a great location. The town is noted for being a walking tow, with very friendly people and some great places to eat. Everything at the park was neat and in order and the management seem to care about the park. They have a boat ramp and a dock, which is ideal for fishing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very shady sites with trails to a nice beach on banks of Pend Oreille. Camp staff were very helpful and kept everything in great shape. There were a lot of kids because of the beach, so could be noisy, but everything calmed down at night and the gates were locked. Close to Sandpoint and good base to explore the Idaho panhandle. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.