First thing is getting into the park. As you exit the freeway you see the park below and to your right, there is a huge sign that reads: "Exit now, then turn right". The problem is, the turn is a 180 degree turn that no rig over about 25 foot long would be able to make. You need to go about another 100 feet ahead and pull into the RV Repair lot on your right. This is where the office is located. You may want to disconnect a tow vehicle here if you are over 35 feet long, because the turn to get back to the park is pretty tight. I suggested to the manager that they may want to change the directions in Passport America site, but he didn't seem to think there was a problem. Once you get into the park, you will find a very lovely setting. When I pulled through, I thought I was in a state park and the commercial park was down the road. Half the sites are on the riverside and the other half are against a hill with the freeway above. The sites are all concrete and all back-in with a triple-wide access road between them. Each site is wide with full grown trees between each site. It is full-hookup with 50 amp service, cable TV and internet connection. To get to the internet connection, you have to go to a browser, which brings up their site and then just click on the link shown and you are connected free-of-charge. The adjoining freeway is fairly level and about 50 feet above the campground at this point so the noise from the freeway is not that bad.
This is a very clean park with all long pull throughs and 50 amp service. It is a Passport America park, but they only allow discount for one day. It is the nearest RV park to the Appomattox Battlefield Park which starts about a mile down the road. The sites are very level hard gravel sites. There are no other facilities, but we camped there in a motorhome and did not need them. There are a few small trees, but for those of us with satellite dish's, that is a good thing. The lady in the office was very friendly and stayed until after 6:00 PM to check us in. I would definitely stay here again.
Wow, this is my idea of a perfect destination resort! This is a new motorcoach resort that was designed from the ground up. It is a multi level park with paved interior roads with wide and long concrete pads at each site. The landscaping was professionally done and is second to none. Almost all the sites have at least a partial view of the lake. Currently they are offering a weeks free stay to get people to come and experience the resort. The owner and sales person could not be more helpful or friendly. They are both very low key and are "pushy" at all. If you are considering purchasing in an RV park, you owe it to yourself to experience this resort. They are in the process of renaming it Greenwood Motorcoach Resort. As the name implies, only motor coaches 30 foot or longer are allowed.
This was a wonderful find. The entire campground is very level and all grass and trees. There are no side by side hookups. The interior roads are gravel and grass. The office is in a combination gas station and sports bar with a very friendly staff person. They have a playground and basketball court and the campsite is surrounded by open fields and woods. All the RV sites are pull-through and are located well off the highway. It is located about 9 miles from a local Casino. A great overnight stopping point. We would stay here again
I called this park because they were a Passport America park and because of a good review on this site. They are no longer associated with Passport America, however, their rates are only $20 per night for full hookup. They have free Wi-Fi which was fast when I had a connection. The internet connection seemed to drop out at random. They have side-by-side hookups, but were not being used that way which gave each site a large flat area to spreadout. You can park your RV or Trailer/5th wheel so the large window is facing the lake for a nice view. They accept all major credit cards. The park is clean and well kept; not your typical $20 per night campground. I would definitely stay here again.
We wanted to visit Yellowstone Park, but we were put off by the rates at the RV parks in West Yellowstone; anywhere from $35 to $65 per night. Then we found Henry's Lake State Park approx. 15 miles south of West Yellowstone. Great paved access road off of State 20. The park is located on the shores of Henrys Lake. It has large level sites with 30/50 amp and water at each site. The campground is well cared for and very clean. It is open with little shade which gives each site has a view of the lake. The dump station is conveniently located on the road into / out of the park. I would definitely stay here again the next time we visit Yellowstone Park.
It is on a main highway, but we did not find it objectionable. The problem we had was with the length of our rig, 37' motor home pulling a Saturn. We wanted to remain hooked up and were given a Electric/water site which we were told was long enough to accommodate us. The road to the site was narrow and when we pulled in we barely had enough room for both in the pull-through site. The next morning we wanted to dump, so we were told to pull into a full hookup site and use it to dump. Fortunately, there was one available. The park is clean and well kept, but it is difficult to maneuver a large rig due to the narrow interior roads. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have free coffee in the morning with pastries available for purchase. We probably will not stay there again.
We came here intending to stay a couple of days, but ended up staying for 8 days. There are a number of extended stay people in the park, but it is very well kept and clean. The lady in the office was friendly and helpful. We were in an end site with a grass lawn, concrete patio and picnic table. It is about a mile from I-84 on a main road in town so it is very easy to access. The interior roads are gravel but wide enough to easily navigate with large rigs. It is convenient to many large stores and shopping centers. It is only about 15 minutes to downtown Boise. We would stay here again.