This was an outstanding park for $20 a night. I am so spoiled with a sewer hook up it was good for me to realize bathrooms are a huge part of camping. The management is so friendly as are the people who camped around us. The lake provided swimming for the infamous yellow labs. What more could you ask for.
We stayed 4 days. The creek and green disc golf area were wide open and fun to run in with two yellow labs. They also found the creek. If I had criticism it would be the laundry was not updated or very clean (the machines). The contact for the city and the camp host were very friendly and easy to work with. I would stay here again.
This is a unique lakeside park about 7 miles off the freeway. However, we have 2 yellow Labs who would swim before they eat so we made the call. The site 47 was a long pull through with a view of the lake. It is rustic but I would definitely stay here again.
Clean, long sites, not a dog run on the park but we played ball because the park was not too full. Shade trees are still growing. Nice staff who guided us to the Hole in the Wall restaurant that had a wonderful steak dinner with good pricing. Easy on off freeway access but was not bothered by noise. Would definitely stay again.
I am undecided about the park. It is easy access and quiet. The vet hospital across the way has a large area to exercize yellow labs and walking in the parking lot next door is easy as well. Access to the sites is not easy for big rigs. And if I recall correctly they allow two RVs on some sites so if you want to leave early you must be the first RV into site. The staff is friendly and the park is clean.
Pretty campground with creek running through, but the sites are not paved so muddy with rain. Satellite was not accessible. Great place to walk and enjoy the wildlife. Couer d'Alene Lake was easy access.
We are 1000 trails members and think this is the best camp we have experienced. Large grassy pet area by the river so dogs can swim. Large sites but no sewer hook up. On-site store with many activities available. Coffee shop and restaurant. You pick the available site. This is a rustic camp.
The staff is friendly, the sites are large, and easy access for a 40' motorhome. It is easy to drive by after entering Ft Bridger. Go slow and look for the entrance between a covered wagon and gift store soda fountain. Small laundry 2 washers and dryers but so easy to relax while waiting.
The staff was very friendly and will give any directions you would like to have. The park is clean but very small dog area. The park is very close to freeway access to Vancouver and Portland. We would stay here again.
We came in on a last reservation. They fit us in. The park is on a creek and we walked our labs down a trail so they could run in an open park area. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The space we were in was very narrow but I think some were available with more room. Be sure to ask when reserving.