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  1. Anna

    We camped at this park as a stopover en route from Salt Lake City to Yellowstone, in our 26′ travel trailer. We reserved in advance and the woman I spoke to, who I think was the camp host, asked if we had children as this was a 55 park. I said I did not but that we also weren’t 55, but she said that was fine, they just want to be clear they are an adult-only park.

    We paid half price with Passport America, so this was $25, and for that price we thought it was ok. The sites are large and grassy (great as it was dry, not so much if it rained I guess), with lots of space and mature trees. It’s a very quiet park with nothing really to do, but if you just want to sit in the shade of some nice trees and enjoy the quiet, it’s perfect, but you need your own chairs as there are no picnic benches and no fire rings.

    We had full hook ups, there are restrooms (weirdly locked at night!) and a couple of laundry machines. The people are friendly. There is also wifi, of variable reliability.

    I think for full-price, they would be asking a lot, as this really is it.

    It is, however, quite fun to pop over the road to the potato plant, where if you knock on the door after 11am, they will give you a tour. When in Idaho…!

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