This was a great park for an overnight stop on the way from So Cal to Nor Cal. There were a lot of full timers, but they were in the back section of the park and most were very well kept. It was very clean and pretty quiet considering the location close to I 5. They say the sites are all pull thrus, but they are very short, so you still have to unhook your tow car. We really appreciated the fact that they gave us 2 sites so we could pull in at an angle and have plenty of room so we didn't have to unhook for our overnight stay. Check in was friendly and efficient. The only negative was the smell in the office. It smelled of very stale, strong perfume. It permeated the map of the park so badly that we could smell it back in our RV. We would definitely stay here again on our way back home.
This is a beautiful RV resort. It is very clean and well maintained - they are always working on the landscaping. The pool area is very nice. There is an adults only hot tub area that is also very nice. It is a great location for wine tasting in the area. We have stayed here in the past and will definitely stay here again!
This park was much nicer than we expected it to be. It is in a mobile home park, but it is very clean and quiet and the permanent residents had very neat sites and were very friendly to us. The pool area was very nice and clean. The concrete pad was level and there was a nice grassy area with trees and plenty of room between sites. Our check in was friendly and efficient. We stayed here for a family reunion, it was a very convenient location and we will definitely stay here again when visiting family in the area.
We only stopped here one night on our way home. It was a nice clean RV park. We used the pool and it and the area around it were nice and clean. It is located close to the road, so there is a little road noise, but not bad. The one problem we could see is if someone had parked next to us their door would have been facing ours and we would have shared the grass area and picnic tables. This would be fine if traveling with friends, but not good if you don't know the other people!! Check in was friendly and efficient and we were escorted to our site.
This is a very nice, clean park. Check in was friendly and efficient. The pool area was very small, but clean and neat. There are quite a few full timers, but their sites are kept very neat - not like some full parks. You have access to the Hilton Hotel's facilities, although we didn't use them. We only stayed one night on our way home, but would definitely stay here again on our way through Elko.
This park is definitely a 10! It is immaculate, the people were friendly and efficient at check in, and we were escorted to our site. The pool area was immaculate. The sites have level concrete pads and large AstroTurf areas with picnic tables. There is plenty of room between sites. We have stayed here before and will definitely stay here again!
This campground is in a great location to visit Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park, Wind Cave, Jewel Cave, Badlands, etc. etc, there is so much to see in this area! Check in was efficient and we were escorted to our site, which was nice even though she was puffing on a cigarette while she parked and talked to us, which I didn't think was appropriate. The site we had was very roomy and neighbors were quite a ways away. The pool area was nice, there is a water slide, which kids loved. Our site had a covered picnic table and a fire ring. The park is located close to the road, but road noise was not an issue. We would definitely stay here again.
This is an ok RV park. We didn't realize it was 20 miles from the entrance to West Glacier. The Good Sam book listed in under West Glacier, but it is actually in Essex. The park has rustic, pretty sites with lots of trees, but it is located between railroad tracks and the road, so it is not a quiet haven. I was able to do laundry in the very clean, new laundry room. The huckleberry pie at the nearby restaurant was very good. It is located about half way between the east and west entrances to the park, but is quite a distance to each one, so not real convenient.
This is a very nice RV park. Check in was friendly and efficient. The sites were roomy with a concrete patio, picnic table and large trees. It is a very clean and well kept park. We would have given this park a 10 were it not for some freeway noise and the fact that the pool was indoors and we love to relax outdoors by a pool. The location was great for visiting Coeur d'Alene, we also had a great tour of the Buck Knife Factory, which was nearby. We would stay here again.
We did not have a reservation, but we called and were told they had one site left and they would hold it for 45 minutes until we could get there. Check in was very friendly and efficient. We were escorted to our site by bicycle. The sites are very tight, so we were glad they were there to guide us into our spot. The pool area was nice, but there were no lounges. This was fine for an overnight stay, but we wouldn't want to stay any longer. There were quite a few permanent rigs that were a bit tacky. We probably would not stay here again.
We needed a place to stay on the way to Coeur d'Alene and happened upon this quaint little park. It is nothing fancy, but the sites are large, tree covered with grass, located at a county park. The sites had gravel pads, concrete patios and picnic tables. We had 50 amp electric hook ups, no water or sewer. Water was available, as were bathrooms which we didn't use. There were only 5 RV sites but appeared to have many tent sites around the park. There isn't much else in the area, so we felt lucky to find this great little spot!
This is a pretty tacky RV Park. There are lots of permanent residents in some of the worst looking rigs I've ever seen. The overnight sites are separated a little bit from the long term sites. The sites are very close together. There are quite a few trees and some grass, but still not a very pretty place. It is close to the freeway, so there's quite a bit of noise. Thank goodness we only needed to stay here one night! There is a Walmart close to here and we wish we had just parked there overnight!
This is a beautiful campground nestled beneath many trees and near a river. The interior roads and RV pads are paved and the sites are grassy and surrounded by bushes that make it feel very private. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. This campground is close to John Day Fossil Beds National Monument which is a must see. Another must see, which is close by in John Day, is the Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site. This was going to just be a stop over on our way to Boise and we ended up loving the park. This is a first come first serve campground.
This is a beautiful RV resort! The interior roads and RV pads are paved, their are cobblestone pads for the picnic tables, and the sites are grassy. We were greeted in a friendly manner and guided to our site by golf cart. We had a lake front site where you pull in straight and face the little lake. It was very pretty! The landscaping was beautiful with flowers everywhere. The pool area was very nice. My husband would have given this park a 9 because of the road noise, which didn't bother me, but might have if we had been right next to the road. He also didn't appreciate the sprinklers coming on and spotting our motor home and car.
We loved this park! The RV pads are paved and the sites are gravel/dirt with many beautiful trees. We were surprised to find full hook ups in such a beautiful natural setting. It is close to the Williamson River and Spring Creek. There is an interesting logging museum that you can walk or ride a bike to. All sites have fire rings and firewood is sold at the park. It is an easy 34 mile drive to Crater Lake. We kayaked upstream to the headwaters of Spring Creek. It was an easy and beautiful paddle and very interesting to see where the creek begins. Loop A is first come first served and reservations can be made for Loop B. We would definitely like to stay here again!
This is a beautiful RV Resort. We always stay a night here at the beginning and the end of our trips when heading north. The facilities are immaculate! We are always greeted in a friendly manner and guided to our site by a golf cart. The pool area is outstanding and is one of the main reasons we stay here. There are gas stations, grocery stores and restaurants within walking distance. Luigi's Italian restaurant is one of our favorites! We will definitely stay here again!
The best word I can think of to describe this park is tacky. The check-in was weird: the lady just walked away without saying anything, then a few minutes later another lady came out of the back room and checked us in. After we checked in we found out the pool was not working and that was one of the main reasons we were staying there. The roads were not well marked so it was difficult to find our spot. The park was not well maintained, many permanent rigs that had junk all around them. We only stayed here because we were dead tired, we only stayed on night and would definitely would not stay here again. We thought Encore parks were suppose to be nice, but this park did not live up to what we thought was Encore quality.
This park is huge, it had more people than our home town! And, it was full! We had to change sites for our second night. They were very organized and friendly at check-in and escorted us to our site, which was a good thing since the place is so big! There are many things to do, the facilities are beautiful. The pool area is large, clean, and has plenty of lounge chairs. They also have a huge, new indoor pool and large work out room. There are two hot tubs, one hot and one not so hot. We would definitely stay here again. Our only complaint was that there were signs that said we couldn't bring our own drinks to the pool, I guess they wanted everyone to buy drinks at their bar, but I think when you pay over $60 for a site you shouldn't have to sneak your drinks to the pool! Also, when we changed sites they didn't clean up the new site very well, we had to sweep off the patio area before we put our rug out.