Are you searching for an unforgettable camping adventure? Ever thought of going to Twin Falls, Idaho? Several campgrounds in Twin Falls, Idaho are a must-see!
Whether you just want to take a breather or you want to chase adrenaline, breathtaking campgrounds await you. Read about a few of them below.
Oregon Trail Campground
The Oregon Trail Campground is one of the campgrounds in Twin Falls, Idaho that boasts its membership on RV Idaho and Trailer Life. This campsite is near popular tourist sites in Twin Falls, Idaho. If you are planning on visiting Magic Valley, Snake River, and Shoshone Falls, this is the place for you! It is just a 10-minute drive from these stunning attractions and will take you less than 15 minutes from the Interstate 84 (I-84) highway.
Various activities such as hiking and trekking on the mountains, boating on the river, and sightseeing in nearby spots are yours to choose from. Renting a pull-thru RV site will cost you $38 per night. They provide 30 and 50 amp service and cable TV hookups. Picnic tables, recreation rooms and a playground are provided for your family. They also have restroom with showers for your convenience.
Visitors rated this site 4.0 on Trip Advisor because of its large, clean, and grassy campgrounds. Why don’t you check them out for yourself?
Twin Falls 93 RV Parks
The Twin Falls 93 RV Parks is centrally located in Twin Falls. It offers gorgeous locations and exciting activities such as motorcycle and base jumping, skiing, sleigh riding, water, and winter sports. You will also enjoy sightseeing in Magic Valley, white water rafting and kayaking in Snake River Canyon, base jumping in Perrine Bridge, and Jackpot Nevada. With the countless activities that this campground offers, you will surely be needing more than a day.
The park offers three different site types for your RV depending on the hookups that you need. There are water and amp (23, 30, or 50) electric sites that you may rent for $35; the full hookup sites with water, sewer, and electric for $41; and sites 1-2 with water, sewer, and electric sites for $42. You can choose among 43 large sites with pull thru spaces that accommodates up to 60 to 70-foot RVs. This area is also pet friendly as it provides a pet walk and pet clean-up station.
Previous guests of this campground have given it a 4.0 rating in Trip Advisor. Their reviews comment the large sites, friendly staff, and clean play areas for pets.
Twin Falls/Jerome KOA
If you’re looking for the perfect blend of isolation, socialization, and exploration, Twin Falls/Jerome KOA is the place for you. You can easily access different establishments through the interstate without having your peace disrupted. The campground itself has a large pool for you and your family to swim on, a mini golf, and a dog park for your pets. If you are not into hiking, bike rentals are also available in the site.
Visit Evel Knievel’s jump site and the Shoshone Indian Ice Caves for a unique experience. If you are not planning on cooking your meals or you’re too tired to do so, you may also indulge in the meals provided by the KOA Café. You can interact with other campers and dine in, or enjoy your alone time and have it delivered to your RV.
They offer eight RV sites with 20, 30, and 50 amp electric hookups, and cable TV which accommodates up to 90’ units. They allow up to 9 people in each site. Each site has a picnic table and a campfire site. Some sites offer a concrete patio area. Renting a site costs $20-$30.
Because of its central location, this campsite is rated 3.5 on Trip Advisor. Prior campers have also given the site points for the warm meals from the restaurant.
Nat-Soo-Pah Hot Springs & Campground
Nat Soo Pah (Magic Mineral Water) Hot Springs and Campground lives up to its name and it has operated for over a hundred years. It offers a wide variety of enjoyable water activities for you and your group. It is located at the foothills of Southern Idaho and is well known because of its relaxing hot spring. Take note that the site is packed on weekends so prepare yourselves to be served after a long waiting time.
A pavilion is provided for big activities and large groups. There is also a small creek and a playground for your children and pets. You can bathe in natural spring showers. If you’re wondering about the night life, Nat-Soo-Pah is near the Famous Jackpot, Nevada.
The campground offers full hookup sites for RVs with 30 amp electric hookups. Not all the sites are pull through though. So when making a reservation, make sure to check what you need. The rates for specific RV sites are given upon entering the area though they have a $10 fee if you are bringing an extra vehicle. Grassy tent sites are also available if you want a more laid back approach to camping. Admission for the resort is $4 for children aged one to five and $8 for those six and up.
Because of its relaxing ambiance and naturally heated water, this campground is rated 3.5 in Trip Advisor.
Rock Creek RV Park
Rock Creek RV Park is one of the cheapest and most fun campgrounds that you can find. Campsites are beside river fronts which makes them perfect for relaxing. The view you’d get is enough to bring you calmness.
Among the activities you can enjoy is arrowhead collecting, fishing, and hunting. There are also sites perfect for picture-taking with your loved ones. At night, appreciate nature and enjoy stargazing. There are also hiking and biking trails, covered picnic shelters, and pavilions for rent.
This campground has 25 RV pull thru sites with big rig access, water, and 50 amp electric hookups for only $20 per night. Public dumpsites are also near the campsites. There are no areas for tents.
If the campground’s amenities isn’t enough to convince you, then take a look at its reviews. It is rated 4.5 on Trip Advisor due to its well-kept, clean areas, large sites and plenty of parking spaces.
Have a glimpse of the sights and be thrilled by the exhilarating activities the heart of Magic Velley has to offer. No matter which campground in Twin Falls, Idaho you choose, you’ll have a one of a kind camping experience.