This is the first time we have stayed in a campground that you just pulled into, similar to parallel parking. The electric and water was on one side while the sewer was on the other, which made for a more difficult hookup. On the other hand, we were not near any other campers. We thought about taking a swim but there was a fee of $5.00 so decided against it. The campground was easy access from HWY 1 so convenient for an overnight stay.
Very helpful check-in. We were brought to our site and the hostess stayed to make sure our satellite dish worked in the spot and was willing to show us to another spot if it didn't. We were near a large field that our dog enjoyed running and playing in. It was an easy walk to the town (though most stores seemed to be closed on Mondays). The sites are very long and could have easily accommodated 2 motorhomes! Would be a lovely place to stay for a longer period - we were only there overnight.
Arrived here during a downpour and was met by a cheery sunny welcome from our hostess! Everything was ready for us to make the registration easy (we had only reserved the previous day and glad we did, as the campground is pretty full). She then brought us to our site on her bicycle! All sites are pull-through, which made our stay easy for an overnighter. We used our 'MS Streets and Trips" and "Magellen" GPS and had no problems with directions, though we had been given them over the phone when we made our reservation just in case.
We spent 3 nights here while visiting with relatives in Boise. We were in site 30 which was easy to enter and exit in our motorhome with tow. The site was wide with some shade. It is very close to the freeway, and airport, while this made for easy access to town and shopping, it was very noisy. This is the only RV park within the Boise city limit which is why we chose it. No dog area except for a dried up field across the street in an industrial park.
We stayed here over night in site 47. We arrived early enough to explore the town and enjoy a swim before heading to the cookout for a lovely steak dinner. This was one of the few campsites that we stopped at during our 3 month trip that had an option for dinner and a chance to meet other campers in a social setting, which we quite enjoyed. We also took advantage of the pancake breakfast early in the morning before hitting the road again which was a nice change (no dishes to do before leaving!). We would stay here again.
We stayed here for 5 days, and thought we were staying in a ghost town! The sites looked like they had not been looked after or the mini homes lived in, for years. Front desk staff were accommodating, allowing us to move when we could not get our satellite to work due to trees obstructing it. We were surprised to have to pay for Wi-Fi; this was the first KOA where this had happened. This is a very tired campsite and did not seem to live up to the KOA reputation. We would look for alternatives if ever in the area again.