With a wide diversity of natural scenery for visitors to choose from and over six hundred campgrounds, the state of Idaho is home to some of the country’s best RV parks. Activities throughout the state abound in both the summer and winter months, with scenic wonderlands, hiking trails, rivers, lakes, and mountains just waiting to be explored. Many travelers who have explored Idaho by RV believe it is among the best ways to see everything the state has to offer. Certain attractions may be temporarily closed or require advance reservations. Some restaurants are currently offering pickup only. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Boise Riverside RV Park
The Boise Riverside RV Park is located along the Boise River within Idaho’s Treasure Valley. Located near many attractions, the RV park is a good base to explore this area of the state and offers facilities for large groups and a variety of activities for the entire family to enjoy. The Boise Riverside RV Park includes large common areas, picnic areas, access to the greenbelt and the river, laundry facilities, hot showers, and clean restroom facilities. The pet-friendly park also offers personalized and friendly service, propane on-site, and wireless internet, as well as electric, sewer, and water services.
6000 N. Glenwood St, Boise, ID 83714, Phone: 208-375-7432
2.Blackwell Island RV Park
Situated on the water, the Blackwell Island RV Park feature drive-thru RV camping sites with full hookups. Thanks to its convenient and ideal location, guests can fish for bass from the park’s dock, take a swim in the water, or simply relax on the beach among several other activities, such as water bike rentals and pontoon boat rentals, biking, hiking, parasailing, cruises, and golfing, shopping, and dining nearby, with downtown just minutes away and the Cedars Floating Restaurant is within walking distance. Moorage and a boat launch are also available, as well as a rally room, a mini-store, propane, showers, and laundry facilities.
800 S Marina Dr, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814, Phone: 888-571-2900
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3.Blue Anchor RV Park & Campground
The Blue Anchor RV Park and Campground has a convenient location in Osburn, Idaho, right off of Interstate 90 between Wallace and Kellogg. The RV campground offers a central location for both campers and RV travelers and is situated halfway between Seattle and Yellowstone National Park. The Blue Anchor RV Park and Campground offers several different amenities, including shower facilities, laundry facilities, cable television, and complimentary wireless internet. The park also acts as a perfect base for exploring the area’s stunning mountain views, hiking, skiing, biking, and many other activities. There are also restaurants, shops, and museums nearby.
300 W Mullan Ave, Osburn, ID 83849, Phone: 208-752-3443
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4.Country Corners RV Park
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The Country Corners RV Park was founded by Lisa and Justin Walker with a desire to help people better enjoy their travels. Located in Caldwell, the RV park offers many small amenities that provide a personal touch for guests, such as personally tailored customer service, a book exchange, pristine shower facilities, clean restroom facilities, free wireless internet, a dog run, and a community garden. The pet-friendly Country Corners RV Park is available for daily, weekly, and monthly stays and is made up of seventy-five RV sites, including pull-through RVsites, featuring full hookups and both 30 and 50 amp service.
17671 Oasis Rd, Caldwell, ID 83607, Phone: 208-452-8791
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5.Cowboy RV & Mobile Home Park
The Cowboy RV and Mobile Home Park in Pocatello, Idaho consists of a total of eighty-four spaces, with forty-three being for long-term sites and forty-one as daily RV campsites. The park also offers wireless internet, a playground, clean restrooms and shower facilities, a laundry room, a clubhouse, a dump station, trash service, RV storage, and on-site management. The Cowboy RV Park is known for having great staff, shopping and biking opportunities nearby, and a convenient location. The numerous pull-through RV sites include a picnic table and full hookups, including sewer and water, as well as 20, 30, and 50-amp service.
845 Barton Rd, Pocatello, ID 83204, Phone: 208-232-4587
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6.Creekside RV Park and Campground
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The Creekside RV Park and Campground near New Meadows, Idaho contains twenty-seven RV campsites with full hookups and ten sites with electric and water hookups, along with plenty of open area for guests to roam about. The campground is an ideal base for activities during the summer months, located just minutes away from downtown McCall, Idaho, the Brundage Mountain Resort, and the Meadow Creek Golf Resort. The Creekside RV Park and Campground features a covered barbecue area, a dump station, laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, and an on-site fishing pond. Goose Creek and Meadow Creek run through the park grounds.
3278 Highway 55, New Meadows, ID 83654, Phone: 208-315-3080
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7.Harpster RV Park & Store
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The Harpster RV Park offers a serene setting for RV travelers between the South Fork Clearwater River and Highway 13. The RV park includes twenty-five RV campsites, several of which are located along the riverfront. RV sites include full hookups, pull-through sites, and both 30-amp and 50-amp service. Other features of the Harpster RV Park and Store include Yurt rentals, tent campsites, complimentary wireless internet, laundry facilities with three dryers and three washers, and shower facilities. The park is also home to a family-friendly grill and bar and a pavilion with electricity and water for barbecues, family gatherings, and other events.
2895 HWY 13 Harpster, ID 83552, Phone: 208-983-2312
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8.Heyburn Riverside RV Park
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As the name suggests, the Heyburn Riverside RV Park is located along the Snake River in Heyburn, Idaho. The RV park offers twenty-nine full-service RV campsites, views throughout the park of Mount Harrison and the scenic Snake River, a visitor center, boat slips, clean restrooms and showers, and a paved hiking trail along the riverfront. There are a total of twenty-nine full-service RV sites at the Heyburn Riverside RV Park, and guests have access to bass fishing, kayaking, boating, and other activities. The Heyburn riverwalk and Heyburn Arboretum are located adjacent to the RV park as well.
1175 7th St, Heyburn, ID 83336, Phone: 208-431-2977
9.Meadows RV Park
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The Meadows RV Park is a premier RV park in the Wood River Valley region of Idaho, situated at the threshold of Ketchum. The grounds include sixty foot-paved sites and forty-three full hookup RV sites, with both 50 and 30-amps at each of the RV sites. Located along a bike trail following the river, the Meadows RV Park is in the center of the active lifestyle of the Sawtooth Mountain. The park also offers many amenities, such as free wireless internet, a playground, restroom facilities with showers, coin-operated laundry facilities, vending machines, beautiful views, and a shuttle to Ketchum.
13 Broadway Run, Ketchum, ID 83340, Phone: 208-726-5445
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10.Mountain Home RV Park
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The Mountain Home RV Park is a part of the larger G7 RV Resort Family and can be thought of as a “desert oasis” in Mountain Home, Idaho. Located only minutes away from Exit 95, the park contains 106 full hook-up RV sites and large concrete patios. With shops nearby, the Mountain Home RV Park makes for a good place for either a long-term stay or just overnight and offers complimentary cable and WiFi, bathrooms and individual showers, an exercise room, a laundry room, an off-leash dog park, seasonal pool and spa, paved streets, a basketball court, and a playground.
2295 American Legion Blvd, Mountain Home, ID 83647, Phone: 844-580-1211
11.Mountain View RV Park and Restaurant
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The Mountain View RV Park and Restaurant in Arco, Idaho not only offers a great site for RV camping, but a wide variety of services and amenities as well. Along with numerous pull-through RV campsites with full hook-ups, the park provides guests with complimentary fast wireless internet and digital television, good cellular phone signal for most providers, clean restrooms, free hot showers, a sanitary dump station, ATV rentals, evening movies, nine-hole miniature golf, a restaurant, a beer garden, and laundry facilities. There is also a master mechanic available at the Mountain View RV Park to assist with any RV repairs.
705 West Grand Ave, Arco, ID 83213, Phone: 208-527-3707
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12.Pines RV Park
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The Pines RV Park and Campground features sixteen 30-amp full hookup sites, with three sites featuring 30/50 amps. There are also seven electric/water RV sites with 20/30 amps. The Pines RV Park in Harvard, Idaho also features tent camping, with both primitive campsites and sites with 20-amp and water service, as well as showers, restrooms, and wireless internet. Other amenities at the park include a children’s play area, croquet, ping pong, badminton, volleyball, pasture golf, and horseshoe pits. RV sites at The Pines are primarily available for the night and up to two weeks.
4510 Highway 6, Harvard, ID 83834, Phone: 208-875-8900
13.Redrock RV Park
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The Redrock RV Park is located in a secluded spot off of the main highway, far enough away from the noise of the city of highway traffic. Situated about twenty minutes away from Yellowstone National Park, near Island Park, Idaho, the park features amazing scenery, reasonable prices, friendly staff, clean facilities, strong power, and full hookups. With a convenient location close to one of the country’s most beautiful national parks and secluded wildlife refuges, the Redrock RV Park is the perfect place for travelers wanting excellent wildlife viewing, hiking, kayaking, horseback riding, fly fishing, photography, scenic drives, and much more.
3707 Red Rock Rd, Island Park, ID 83429, Phone: 800-473-3762
14.Shoshone RV Park
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The Shoshone RV Park is situated in Idaho’s Magic Valley along Highway 24, less than thirty miles away from Twin Falls.The Little Wood River winds its way through Shoshone and the RV park, and recreation activities in and around the RV park include sightseeing, river rafting, fishing, big game hunting, snowmobiling, snow skiing, water skiing, boating, and more. Guests at the Shoshone RV Park can also enjoy the amazing views of the Sawtooth Mountains, only a short distance away, or the Shoshone ice caves to the north during the summer months, which provide a great way to cool off.
22 ID-24, Shoshone, ID 83352, Phone: 208-420-7015
15.Snake River RV Park
The Snake River RV Park and Campground in Idaho Falls has been a part of the area for more than fifty years, providing a great home base for travelers to explore everything Idaho Falls has to offer. The park offers all of the necessary amenities guests need to be entertained and comfortable, from basketball and fishing to the children’s playground to the hot tub and pool. Restaurants, shops, entertainment, and other activities can be found nearby in Idaho Falls as well. The Snake River RV Park features grassy, large RV sites with shady trees that gives the grounds a relaxing atmosphere.
1440 Lindsay Blvd, Idaho Falls, ID 83402, Phone: 208-523-3362
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16.Stanley RV and Camp
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Stanley RV and Camp is an RV park and campground in Stanley, Idaho that consists of twenty-nine full hookup RV campsites, tent campsites, and cabin rentals. The mission of the campground is to connect guests with nature and provide people with a place to “unwind in the wilderness.” RV sites include sewer, electric, and water, as well as picnic tables and access to a group fire pit. The pet-friendly Stanley RV park also includes complimentary wireless internet, a laundry room, clean restrooms featuring hot showers, and both 50-amp and 30-amp services. There are also a few tent campsites and A-Frame Cabins.
12650 ID-21, Stanley, ID 83278, Phone: 208-774 2202
17.Swiftwater RV Park
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The Swiftwater RV Park is a pet-friendly, safe, top-notch RV park located in central Idaho on the riverbanks of the Salmon River. Situated only seventeen miles away from Idaho’s Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, just outside of White Bird, the family-owned and operated campground boasts more than three hundred feet along the banks of the river, providing a relaxing and quiet place for campers. RV sites include 50-amp or 20/30 amp service, as well as free WiFi, water, and access to clean showers and restrooms. The Swiftwater RV Park also features a stone fire-pit and an outdoor gazebo.
3154 Salmon River Ct, White Bird, ID 83554, Phone: 208-839-2700
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18.Tamarack RV Park and Vacation Cabins
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The Tamarack RV Park and Vacation Cabins is a year-round campground with RV sites and cozy vacation cabin rentals in beautiful Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, nestled among tall pine trees. With a woodsy, natural atmosphere of forest camping, the RV sites Tamarack are located in the shade of towering ponderosa pines, and conveniently near several entertainment, dining, and shopping opportunities. All sites also include full hook-ups with 50, 30, and 20 amp service. Amenities include portable fire pits and propane, a coin-operated laundry facility, complimentary basic WiFi and premium WiFi available for an extra fee, and free digital television.
3630 N Government Way, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815, Phone: 208-664-3087
19.Twin Falls 93 RV Park
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The Twin Falls 93 RV Park features forty-three double-wide, large pull-through RV sites that are super long to better accommodate big rigs. The pet-friendly RV park offers 50/30/20 amp full hookups at every site, as well as complimentary basic wireless internet and premium high-speed available at a low fee, allowing television streaming for guests. The Twin Falls 93 RV Park also provides laundry facilities, hot showers, clean restrooms, spacious grassy areas, picnic tables at all sites, 24/7 on-site management, and video surveillance. There are also a limited number of RV sites available for long-term rental.
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20.Valley View RV Park Campground
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The Valley View RV Park Campground in Island Park, Idaho is a high-quality campground just to the west of the famous Yellowstone National Park. Providing free wireless internet and full hook-up RV sites, the park offers an ideal home base for travelers wanting to explore everything the area has to offer and connect to nature, while also being close to town for local dining and shopping. Valley View includes both pull-thru and back-in sites, a recreation room with large-screen televisions and games, clean shower facilities and restrooms, a laundry room, a convenience store, a gas station, and more.
5152 US-20, Island Park, ID 83429, Phone: 208-558-7443
21.Village of Trees RV Resort
The Village of Trees RV Resort in Declo is located right on the Snake River, featuring a variety of outdoor activities for resort guests, quality facilities, and beautiful scenic views. At the campground resort, travelers have the option to camp in their own RV at one of the nearly three hundred RV sites, a cabin with views of the river, or at one of the tent sites. Activities available in and around the Village of Trees RV Resort include biking and hiking along one of the local trails, rock climbing at City of Rocks National Reserve, and fishing at the on-site pond.
274 ID-25, Declo, ID 83323, Phone: 208-654-2133
22.Wagonhammer RV Park
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The Wagonhammer RV Park is a privately owned and operated luxury campground for travelers wanting to experience the outdoor adventures of Idaho. Located in North Fork, the RV park offers pull-through sites with full hookups, along with water and electric sites situated right on the scenic Salmon River. There are fifty-two campsites at the Wagonhammer RV Park, with many of them on the riverbanks with panoramic mountain views and all with free WiFi. The pet-friendly campsites also include a walking nature path where dogs can roam around unleashed. The Wagonhammer RV Park is open from May until the beginning of November.
1826 US-93, North Fork, ID 83466, Phone: 208-865-2477
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23.Wallace RV Park
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The Wallace RV Park is primarily fully open during the summer season, or warmer months of the year. Dry camping is still possible throughout the rest of the year, however, showers, bathrooms, and cabins are closed during the winter as the water is turned off during this part of the year. RV campsites include thirteen sites able to accommodate RVs more than 40 feet long, twenty creekside RV sites, and twenty-one roadside sites, with eight being pull-thru sites. Full hookup at the sites include sewer and city drinking water, with creekside sites featuring 20/30/50 amp and roadside sites have 20/30 amp.
108 Nine Mile Rd, Wallace, ID 83873, Phone: 208-753-7121
23 Best RV Parks in Idaho
- Boise Riverside RV Park, Photo: Sergey/stock.adobe.com
- Blackwell Island RV Park, Photo: LazorPhotography/stock.adobe.com
- Blue Anchor RV Park & Campground, Photo: Jordan/stock.adobe.com
- Country Corners RV Park, Photo: Country Corners RV Park
- Cowboy RV & Mobile Home Park, Photo: cegli/stock.adobe.com
- Creekside RV Park and Campground, Photo: sea and sun/stock.adobe.com
- Harpster RV Park & Store, Photo: Harpster RV Park & Store
- Heyburn Riverside RV Park, Photo: Heyburn Riverside RV Park
- Meadows RV Park, Photo: Meadows RV Park
- Mountain Home RV Park, Photo: Alex Stemmer/stock.adobe.com
- Mountain View RV Park and Restaurant, Photo: Alex Stemmer/stock.adobe.com
- Pines RV Park, Photo: Pines RV Park
- Redrock RV Park, Photo: Greg Pickens/stock.adobe.com
- Shoshone RV Park, Photo: Shoshone RV Park
- Snake River RV Park, Photo: moodboard/stock.adobe.com
- Stanley RV and Camp, Photo: Stanley RV + Camp
- Swiftwater RV Park, Photo: Swiftwater RV Park
- Tamarack RV Park and Vacation Cabins, Photo: Tamarack RV Park and Vacation Cabins
- Twin Falls 93 RV Park, Photo: Twin Falls 93 RV Park
- Valley View RV Park Campground, Photo: Tomasz Zajda/stock.adobe.com
- Village of Trees RV Resort, Photo: Clive.Platt/stock.adobe.com
- Wagonhammer RV Park, Photo: Wagonhammer RV Park
- Wallace RV Park, Photo: Wallace RV Park
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