Idaho is home to some of the best whitewater rafting, hiking trails, and scenic mountains in the country. Why visit for a day when you can make an entire vacation out of it in the comfort of your very own RV home away from home? When planning your next RV adventure, consider the following five awesome campsites, complete with all the best amenities and easy access to the most popular spots around!
Heyburn Riverside RV Park in Heyburn, Idaho, is located right on the Snake River and offers 29 full-service sites. Paved riverfront hiking trails, boat slips, and bass fishing are just some of the amenities available on site. Pull-through sites as well as big rig access is available, but there are no laundry facilities or dump stations in site.
The Lava Flow Campground provides 42 first-come, first-served campsites near the Craters of the Moon lava flow formations. Costs during the main April-October season is $15 per site and $8 after water is turned off. Facilities include water, restrooms, charcoal grills, picnic tables, but do not include hook-ups, showers, or dump stations.
Montpelier Creek KOA in Montpelier, Idaho, is open from April 1-Nov. 21, along the Oregon Trail. According to the website, visitors can “settle back in a tree-shaded site, lulled by the trickle of the creek that runs through the campground.” Amenities are plentiful and include amp access, Wi-Fi, cable TV, a pavilion, dog park, fishing, and pool access. ATV trails, bird-watching, and hiking are also popular activities.
McCall RV Resort in McCall, Idaho, is strict about their reservations—no walk-ins permitted. However, if you’re able to get a spot, you’ll be treated to one of the best RV resorts in the state. Facilities include paved drives, 20-50-amp services, phone and cable hook-ups, pull-throughs, central lodge, indoor pool/spa/steam room, and access to horseshoe pits, lawn games, playground and the nearby river.
The Stone Ridge Golf and Reactional Community is a “Class ‘A’ Motorcoach Village,” with a mission to “provide a unique sense of community with its mountain and towering pine setting, sweeping views and peaceful Lake San Souci.” Each site comes with a 20 by 60-foot concrete pad, various amp services, water spigot, sprinkler system, and dump station, as well as internet access and phone service. Only Class A motorhomes with a 31-foot minimum are allowed. Stop by the Jacuzzi, sauna, clubhouse, or golf course while you’re there.