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Lava Hot Springs / City Center KOA, ID

When you have an RV rental at Lava Hot Springs/City Center KOA, you'll be in the midst of an array of activities and attractions to explore. And while you're checking out the region, you can also find many ways to relax at the RV park. Amenities here include a massive swimming complex with indoor and outdoor pools with water slides, a dog park for four-legged travel companions, a jumping pillow, fishing, tube rentals, and a playground. Supplies, including firewood, are stocked at the camp store. The on-site Kamping Kitchen is a convenient spot to prepare a home-cooked meal.

Sites at Lava Hot Springs/City Center KOA are available with back-in or pull-through access, and full or partial hookups are offered. Rigs …

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Boise / Meridian KOA, ID

When headed to Idaho, the “Gem State,” you will be happy to know that the RV campgrounds at Boise/Meridian KOA offer you a central location to explore this naturalists’ destination. When camping at Boise/Meridian KOA, guests will be able to find a site that best suits their RV rental. With sites offering full hookup or partial hookup capabilities, you will have your choice of 30 or 50 amp electrical service, depending on your needs.

After your days of hiking and exploring the great wonders of Idaho, you'll have access to laundry facilities as well as restroom facilities and shower houses. You can then unwind from your day at the on-site pool or maybe with a game of horseshoes.

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Craters of the Moon / Arco KOA, ID

When you Arco. This campground has been recognized with KOA’s Founder’s Award and President’s Award. Campground amenities include shade trees, a heated swimming pool in season, bike rentals, a playground, a snack bar, a gift shop, and a camp store. There are also restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi. This fun-filled KOA also offers breakfast waffles and coffee, ice cream socials every day, and wine tastings on weekends. Propane and firewood are available for sale. Craters of the Moon/Arco KOA is pet-friendly and features a Kamp K9 pet play area and a pet washing station too.

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Kamiah / Clearwater River KOA, ID

In the heart of the wooded Kamiah Valley, the Kamiah/Clearwater KOA welcomes those exploring the West to camp among Idaho’s natural beauty. When staying at this beautiful RV campground, you’ll be able to choose from a wide array of site options for your RV rental. You can reserve a 30 or 50 amp electrical service site with full hookups or a 30 amp electrical service site outfitted with water. You also have the option of pull-through or back-in sites for your convenience.

When you aren’t too busy exploring the captivating Kamiah Valley and the surrounding Bitterroot Mountains, you can end your day on the banks of the on-site fishing pond or relaxing by the pool. Or instead, you can stream …

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Lava Hot Springs KOA, ID

Lava Hot Springs is a popular summer vacation destination for those living in southeastern Idaho, but it’s a great under-the-radar spot for anyone who enjoys small-town living and beautiful scenery. As its name suggests, it’s most famous for its volcanic hot springs. The super-heated aquifer is pumped into pools at the Lava Hot Springs resort where patrons can soak in its warm and odor-free waters (a rarity with mineral hot springs).

When you book an RV in Bannock County, you’ll have access to full hookups with 50 amp electrical service, sites that can accommodate 65-foot-long vehicles, laundry facilities, a fenced-in dog area, showers, and a playground. The campground even has a Kamping Kitchen that you can use to prepare …

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Montpelier Creek KOA, ID

Soak up a serene and leafy retreat surrounded by history, wildlife, and geology at Montpelier Creek KOA. The creek (of the same name) on-site makes the campground all the more relaxing, adding another outdoor activity to those hoping to cast a line.

With sites up to 100 feet in length, motorhome camping in Montpelier Creek KOA requires far less effort and offers more space to spread out. You have a choice of full hookup sites with 50 or 30 amp service, or water/electric sites with 30 amp or 30/20 amp service right by the creek. For a stylish creekside camping experience with plenty of privacy, there are water/electric sites with 50/30 amp service, a patio, and a picnic table. A …

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Pocatello KOA, ID

Nestled in the southeastern corner of Idaho among its picturesque mountains and calm lakes, you will find Pocatello KOA, the next stop for your campervan rental. A range of amenities is waiting for adventurers after a long day of exploration, including Wi-Fi access, firewood and propane services, and a convenience store. Feel free to bring your furry friends – there is a dog park where they can have some fun. If you want to do the same, pay a visit to the game room. There is a laundry facility that is always open, and gas is also available on-site.

When you opt for RV camping at Pocatello KOA, you will find different sites to choose from. Full hookup sites come …

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Twin Falls / Jerome KOA, ID

Whether you choose to stay or you’re just passing through with a motorhome rental in southern Idaho, Twin Falls / Jerome KOA is close to the interstate, making some of Twin Falls’s best attractions easily accessible. If you prefer to stay a little more local, you can rent a bike from the campground office and set off to explore the town.

At the campground, you can relax in the seasonal swimming pool and then freshen up in the modern bathhouses with warm showers. Have pets or children? The campground has playgrounds for them both. Forgot something at home? There is an on-site store stocked with essentials, beer and wine, RV supplies, and souvenirs. If you don’t want to cook, take …

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Bear Lake Campground, ID

Nestled in the southeastern corner of Idaho, Bear Lake is a place where travelers can stop to admire the incredible turquoise waters and towering mountains surrounding it. The best way to do this is RV camping on its shores, and the best place for that is Bear Lake Campground. On the lake's eastern shores, Bear Lake Campground features campsites with electric hookups, and there are vault toilets, water spigots, and group shelters. Whether you are in for an aquatic adventure or just relaxing and taking in the majestic views of mountains reflecting on the lake’s surface, you are in for a treat when you opt for a rental motorhome near Bear Lake Campground.

The campground lies close to the borders …

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Ponderosa Campground, ID

Idaho is a state of unparalleled beauty, with steep forested peaks in its northern panhandle, Sun Valley (one of America’s first ski resorts) in the central region, and the impressive Snake River Canyon in the south. Each region has a unique splendor, and that’s definitely true of the north-central portion of the state where Payette Lake and the resort town of McCall are located. Not as crowded as the resort hubs of Sun Valley or Coeur d’Alene, but with many of the same great amenities, it’s the perfect place to take a motorhome camping vacation.

Ponderosa State Park and Ponderosa Campground are just outside McCall, making it the ideal place to base yourself for an RV camping adventure. Positioned on …

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Round Lake Campground, ID

The northern reaches of Idaho’s panhandle are some of the best places to go camping with an RV if you like to avoid the crowds. It’s an outdoor lover's dream, with a nearly limitless supply of hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and kayaking opportunities. Spokane, you won’t have any trouble finding a parking space at the trailhead either.

However, RV campgrounds within Sandpoint and those just outside of it can fill up during the summer tourist season. An excellent alternative is to stay just a few miles outside of …

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Henrys Lake Campground, ID

Henrys Lake State Park is an angler’s dream and considered one of the finest fisheries of the West. Common catches here include cutthroat, brook, and rainbow-cutthroat trout hybrids. Apart from fishing and boating, popular activities at Henrys Lake State Park include bird watching, hiking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, and stargazing. This high mountain lake is just 15 miles from Yellowstone National Park and the perfect place to visit when you camp in an RV near Island Park, Idaho.

If you decide you want more than a day to explore the park, you can camp at the Henrys Lake Campground on-site. With only 44 sites, the campground is small but well-appointed. Choose between a site with electricity only, full hookups, or …

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Farragut Campground, ID

If you're seeking a tranquil, relaxing camping experience when you book an RV rental near Farragut State Park, then the spot you're looking for is Farragut Campground near Athol, Idaho. This rustic RV park is divided into four separate areas with more than 200 total campsites; many of the campsites have water and electricity hookups, while a few have sewer hookups as well. All of the four areas have a central water source, restrooms, and a shower house. The areas are within walking distance of Lake Pend Oreille, where you can launch a boat to enjoy fishing or paddling the scenic lake. The campground has roads and hiking trails you can use, which connect all of the campsites.

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Three Island Crossing Campground, ID

Three Island Crossing Campground is located in Idaho's Three Island Crossing State Park. The park is located in the small town of Salt Lake City, Utah.

The campsites at Three Island Crossing Campground are popular among travelers making road trips across the northern part of the United States. There are many amenities offered that will make your stay more comfortable. There are restrooms and showers on-site, as well as a dump station. There are also picnic tables, grills, and fire rings …

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Heyburn Campground, ID

If you are looking for an excellent campground in northwestern Idaho, look no further than Heyburn Campground in Spokane if you want to go shopping or visit restaurants and museums. Book an RV rental in Benewah County, and you can explore this unique area.

The campsites at Heyburn State Park are available with full hookups, and some sites offer pull-through access. Big rigs and tents can also be accommodated here. Natural trails are nearby and kids can burn off some energy at …

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Lake Walcott Campground, ID

South Central Idaho doesn’t get a lot of attention from tourism brochures and travel agencies; however, it’s an absolutely beautiful section of the state. While it may not have the high peaks and big lakes of the Panhandle, the verdant pastures surrounding the Snake River have a unique splendor that will be appreciated by anyone who loves small towns in the Rocky Mountain West.

One of the best spots to stay when you book an RV in Minidoka County, Idaho, is the campground at Lake Walcott State Park. Most of the RV campground sites have just water and electrical hookups, so it still feels fairly wild. However, there’s a convenient dump station on the edge of the park if …

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Bruneau Dunes Campground, ID

Idaho’s capital, Boise, and the populous Treasure Valley dominate the state’s southwestern corner – an urban agglomeration in a mostly rural state. It’s where you’ll find trendy coffee shops, international cuisine, great cultural attractions, and more recently, a lot of transplants from Silicon Valley looking to escape the traffic and crowds. But before Boise became the easternmost outpost of Pacific Northwest culture, it was just a medium-sized city that attracted nature lovers with its clear waters, tall peaks, and dense forests.

What’s even more unexpected than Portland-esque vibes in what was once Potato Country? Five hundred-foot-tall sand dunes comparable to the Sahara. Hundreds of miles from the coast, sand-swept Bruneau Dunes State Park is one of the more exceptional …

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Valley View RV Park Campground, ID

Are you ready to get lost in nature and enjoy stunning and impressive landscapes? Yellowstone National Park and its surrounding area's got it all. Book an RV rental in Fremont County, Idaho, and base your adventures from a campsite at the Valley View RV Park Campground. The campground is located just 15 miles west of the national park. Visitors can easily reach the best attractions of Yellowstone and, at the same time, enjoy all the amenities offered on-site.

This family-friendly Idaho campground features full hookups, bathrooms and showers, laundry rooms, and recreational areas with tables and TVs. There is also some extra space for group gatherings and other special activities. An ATM and a gas station are also available …

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Winchester Lake Campground, ID

Winchester Lake Campground is within the Winchester State Park in western Idaho. The waterfront Idaho campground is open year-round and come winter, the campsites remain open with some facilities unavailable until spring. Camping in an RV at Winchester Lake Campground in the winter months will also open you up to snowshoeing and cross-country skiing and to ice fishing, provided the ice is thick enough. The RV campground is pet-friendly to pets on a leash, and it has yurts for rent in case you want to try something really unique.

In the summer, Winchester Lake Campground has lots for you to see and do. Many of the campsites are serviced (water and electricity hookups; there is a sewer dump station in …

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Dworshak/Freeman Creek Campground, ID

Dworshak/Freeman Creek campground is located near Lenore, Idaho, which is in the north-central, panhandle portion of the state. This region of the country is very rural. The nearest larger town is Spokane, WA, at almost 130 miles to the northwest.

Dworshak/Freeman Campground is a fairly large campground that offers a variety of hookups. Bathrooms are available for campers, as are playgrounds for the kids. The camp sits on the shores of the Dworshak Reservoir, so it also provides easy water access. Hiking trails are found nearby, and there is an archery course and range. There …

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