The Snake River RV Park & Campgound is located in Idaho Falls, Idaho. To access the park from Interstate 15, take exit 119 to Lindsey Blvd. Turn right on Lindsey Blvd and go about .3 miles to the entrance on your right. The entrance road is paved but all interior roads are gravel.
The campground has 112 RV sites, 42 tent sites and 10 cabins. This was a KOA but since it is not a KOA now, I spelled cabins with a C not a K. Many of the sites are shaded. Of the 112 RV sites, only 51 are full hookups. Sixty one of the sites have only water and electricity. Of the ones that have electricity, only 39 have 50 amp service. Most of the sites are side by side hookups. Only the sites that are backins are not side by side. The backin sites are not big and are fairly close together.
The amenities at this campground include a playground, swimming pool with hot tub, horseshoe pits and a basketball area. There is no cable hookup but they do have free WiFi. Propane is available as well as a dump station. I ddin't like the location of the dump station. It is in the middle of the parking area by the entrance to the campground. They have a laundry faciltiy and bathrooms/showers at the main building and at the north end of the campground. I wasn't too pleased with the quality of these facilities. The men's restrooms were not very clean and the ones at the north end of the park had a musty smell. My wife said that the women's were fairly clean. Each site had a picnic table, some being a little newer than most. The one that we had, had not been taken care of and had about 4 coats of paint showing. One of my grandsons sat down at the table and got a big splinter in his leg. Therefore, we did not use the picnic table.
With the name of this campgound having Snake River in it, I thought that maybe it was located on the Snake River. Well, it isn't! The Snake River goes through Idaho Falls and there is a fall on the river (hence Idaho Falls), but this campground has no access to the river. The campground grounds are well kept and it is clean. The people are friendly, but it is not a campgound that I would think of as a distination. I personally hate side by side hookups and most of theirs are that way but as far as I can see, this is the best choice for a campground in Idaho Falls. The sites are large enough to handle most any size rig.
Submitted by Brad & Jane
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This Old Campsite
This Old Campsite
Snake River RV Park & Campground
First Name: Robert
Last Name: Brooke
Name of campground: Snake RiverCampgrounds
Comment: Had a great time. Very well run. outstanding little breakfast, pancakes, eggs, sausage etc. Nice little store. Very accommodating staff. Good place to stop and catch your breath after being on the road. I'll be back!!