The long pull-through site are very un-level; so much so that my jacks raised the front of my RV completely off the ground and the side-to-side jack couldn't extend far enough to even reach the ground. Sites are gravel but in dire need of more gravel. Shortly after we arrived a heavy rain fell and our site as well as other "premium" pull-through sites were mud holes. It appears more care is given to the long term sites. I will pass this KOA up for a Walmart in the future.
We have stayed at this RV park several times and have been very pleased with the service each time. The owner is always very friendly and helpful - always helpful in recommending things to see and places to eat in Baker City. The pull-through sites are gravel and level. There is grass at each site as well as a picnic table. All services are very good, however, not all sites are satellite friendly, as there are several large cottonwood trees scattered throughout the park. We always ask for and get a site that provides satellite access. One fault I do have with this park is that they charge an extra $2.00 for Wi-Fi. We camped here in a 40' motorhome with toad. The sites are long enough that it was not necessary to disconnect the toad.
I wanted so badly to give Mountain Home RV Park a 10 but because Wi-Fi was virtually non-existent I had to give them a 9. Everything else about this park is what RV parks should be - a beautifully landscaped entrance, a friendly and efficient staff, wide hard-surfaced interior roads, 80' long concrete pull-throughs with additional concrete patio area, and good electrical and water service. It is a short distance off the Interstate but far enough so there was no traffic noise. The only fault was the Wi-Fi connection but even that will not keep us from staying here again. We were in a 40' RV with toad.
There was no one in the office when we arrived but there was a note on the door along with self-registration form. There was only one other unit in the park the night we stayed so we had our choice of which lot we wanted. The owner did come by later to introduce herself and to thank us for staying at their park. There are 28 sites of both 30 and 50 amp service. The 50 amp service worked fine. This park is on a working farm so there were some flies to contend with - but it is a farm with cattle so flies are to be expected! There were some trees but they were small and provided on shade. I would stay here again if in the area.
This is very nice park but is pretty much all gravel with some smaller trees at each site. The water pressure and 50 amp electric services were fine. The Wi-Fi did not work the evening we stopped but was up and fast the next morning. (There was a heavy thunderstorm upon our arrival that may have affected the Wi-Fi.) The man in the office was very, very friendly and efficient. We travel with two dogs, therefore, we appreciated receiving a site that was very close to a nice fenced dog run. The park is fairly close to I-80, but the traffic noise did not bother us at all. This is our second visit to this park ,and we will stay there again as we pass through the area.
Previous reviews were more than generous. This is an old KOA that needs attention, and it is highly over priced. We were in a long, gravel, pull-through that was fairly level. Although there was a picnic table at our site the “grass” area was all weeds with “goat head” burrs. It was impossible to walk outside without stepping on them. Although they are “pet friendly,” there is no designated pet walk area. The 50-amp service was fine, and the water pressure was okay. The Wi-Fi was intermittent at best. The office lady was efficient but not overly friendly. It was Brigham City Peach Days, and the RV park that we normally stay in as we pass through was full so we defaulted to this park. We will not be back to this establishment.
Can't understand the high reviews given by previous users. I have stayed in state parks for much less that were much nicer than this park. Interior roads were in need of repair and somewhat tight for a big rig. Staff was friendly until I asked why I was given a 30 amp back-in site when I reserved a 50 amp pull-through. Friendly ended at that point. Their only response was that they were sorry and that they would check to see who took the reservation. If I am every again in the area, I will seek out a different park.
Some would call this a concrete parking lot and in some respects it is, but it is a very nice clean park with long pull through sites. We enjoyed the visit from the park host, who came by to tell us all about the area with suggestions on what we should definitely see and do. The only negative was the fact that we were in a site on the north edge of the park, which is close to the parking lot and boat cleaning area. When the breeze was out of the north, it smelled a little fishy. We will stay here again when in the area.
We stayed here twice within a 2 week period. The first time we were here for 2 nights and the second time for 5 nights. Nice level, concrete, pull through sites. All services were excellent including the Wi-Fi, which was just upgraded a few weeks ago. We had excellent southern exposure for satellite. There is traffic on Sandy Blvd. adjacent to park, but not enough to disturb us. This park is on approach to PDX airport, but again the noise was not an issue for us. Staff was always friendly and very helpful. Will stay here again when in the area.