First thing to note, is that the park has added 5 back-in spaces. Also, the management has installed a park wide Wi-Fi system, it works real well. This summer the employees are cutting a new Nature trail, they say it'll be 1.4 miles long, should be nice when done. We were allowed to "pre-walk" it, as it was nearly done. They also have added a Geo Cache Golf Game! They've made it up for non-golfers! All these are new since we were here last Sept or Oct. We love this park, it's quiet, about 1 miles off the highway, the golf is fantastic and the weather is always cooler than else where in the area. We have a dog and she was invited, by management, to go along for the round of golf we played! They said their policy is pets leashed in the park, free outside the RV park, if you dare! Lots of wildlife in the area, we saw deer, 3 types rabbits, hawks, sand hill cranes, owls, geese, ducks, marmots and heard about a bobcat or cougar sighting.
RPI reservation. A nice park with good office staff who are very helpful and friendly. The spaces are long enough and wide enough for our 37ft, four slide 5'er. We caught fish in the pristine lake. Still a few Katrina RV's. The staff accepts mail and UPS, a useful perk for long time or full time RV'rs.
The park is vastly upgraded since last person reviewed. They've added 8 spaces. We had a marvelous time here, the staff are very cordial and helpful. This is a well maintained, well run park. Cable TV is available for all but the sites, 43 - 52. There are about 30 Katrina recovery RV's, and it'll be several more months before they're gone. IMPORTANT NOTE: With the construction of the military housing on Jim Money Road, most directions in directories will not get you to the office correctly. Here's the simple correction: go down (North) Jim Money Road, to the four way stop, turn right (East) for about 1/4 mile, turn right into the FAMCAMP.
This park was recommended to us by a friend businessman in the town of Orofino, we're really glad to have stayed here. We were actually greeted by the manager as we drove into the park. I mean to say she came out of the office with the intent to greet us! WOW! How refreshing is that! The park is new, opened July 2006. Our spot was backed-up to the Clear Water river with a wonderful view. Some road noise during the day from the highway across the river, but not enough to discourage us from wanting to stay. They put the best components into this park, each site has a Powerhouse pedestal which consolidates the power, water, cable, sewer connections and lights up at night. Though they give discounts for various club members (Escapees, Passport Am), there are additional charges, $1 cable, $2 pet/day, $5 WIFI/day we thought the stay was worth every cent. My only nits would be that the WIFI charge is too high, $2/day is more like it and the pet charge without any benefits such as fenced in area, baggie/drop-can posts etc. What is the charge for? I'm thinking maybe it'll encourage irresponsible pet owners to be free with their droppings, after all they charge for clean up right? A medium sized grassed area that is fenced in for free roaming, socializing is common in parks that charge. Something for the management to think about.
We arrived on a holiday evening with reservations but didn't park in the assigned space, it'd been occupied already. The next day the nice office lady changed the computer to reflect the move. The discount structure is strange, especially for "Enjoy America" so if you're depending on the discount call and make sure you're arrival and departure match their structure. We stayed in one of the "back-ins" along the Eastside, overlooking the wheat fields. The spaces are wide with very nice lawns and picnic tables at many of them. I liked the placement of the utilities except for the sewer has a cement collar that is to high for most elbow screw-in connections, I resorted to an adaption with a long connector piece stuck into a "donut." Strange but it worked. Also, I noticed many units had to adapt getting their sewer hoses over a curb and down the incline to the inlet. Overall, it's a OK place for a few nights. Be sure to take in the "Underground City Tour," Pendleton Woolen Mills and treat yourself to a meal with a bowl of soup at "Roosters" restaurant south of town on Hwy 395. The chicken noodle soup is FABULOUS and this is not a chain eatery.
Counter to what others have said about the road noise, yes there is road noise IF you are in the front rows by the highway, we were in the back against the tree line and there was some/little road noise. The park is beautiful, well groomed lawns, all the facilities are in great condition. The staff, Eric, we spoke to to make reservations and we met upon arrival was a very pleasant young man. There is little or no parking space at the office for signing in without causing a backup. We got caught up in a situation where we, 53' fiver and a 40'+toad Class A at the same time tried to vie for the same space. He patiently waited while I hurried my check-in. Overall, I'd suggest this place, it's nice VERY nice. There are 30 amp spaces and 50 amp spaces so be sure to ask if you're in need of larger amperage.
We were on our way to Texas, when we stopped by this gem of an RV park. Though our reservations were for only 3 nights, we called the ROD reservation center and asked for an extension of 4 more nights. Good,inexpensive golfing is nearby and it's proximity to Quartzite makes this very attractive. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable, helpful and fastidious about their park. The "chuckwagon" serves up very good food and inexpensive too.
This is one of the Best parks in the TTN system. Though it is kind of tough to get down in the valley from the ranger station, grit your teeth and drive carefully; others will be courteous. Don't forget though those going uphill have the right of way! The Wi-Fi is in the Activity center and is fast, fast! Don't forget the restaurant, the food is good. There is a lot to do on the property and in the surrounding area. Go have fun, meet people and get some sun while here. Great place.
This park has changed ownership and that's for the better! Fallon RV Park, it's 5 miles West of Fallon and a nice place. It's really a gas station with a RV Park and a convenience store. They've got 64 spaces all are concrete and level, all are FHU, 20/30/50 amp service, FREE cable tv, gas, diesel(cheapest in town that I've found) and LP if you need it. Though it's right off Highway 50 we didn't notice much noise. The owners are nice, generous and friendly folks. The store is well stocked with groceries, candy, snacks, refridgerated foods, good coffee available and if you need WIFI they've got it available in the store. There's a laundry, two buildings with restrooms and showers. When we stayed here, price's were 25/nite +tx for pull thrus and 23/nite +tx for back-ins. A huge improvement since the last two reviews and you'll notice even more improvements in the coming months. This will be the premiere park for Fallon in the future. If you're in the area for a short or long stay pull in tell "V" or Tony hi.