As with most KOA sites countrywide, this one in Meridian, Idaho, is well maintained and clean. Close enough to the interstate to be convenient, yet far enough for you to not be bothered by the traffic noise, the Meridian KOA is located in a decent area of Boise, where you can enjoy peace of mind during your stay. Unwind from your journey as you settle your RV or motorhome into one of the 75 foot pull throughs, fitted with all the hookups you need for your stay.
Free wifi, cable TV, clean restrooms, hot showers, laundry facilities, an indoor pool and spa, as well as group meeting facilities in a full-service clubhouse are available. As an added bonus, local musicians from throughout the valley meet at the RV park every Tuesday evening for a jam session, and all campers are welcome to participate, or simply enjoy the live music.
Mason Creek RV Park
Nampa is one of Idaho?s largest cities, and you can enjoy its ever-changing growth right in the comfort of your RV at Mason Creek RV Park. Nestled just a few blocks away from the historic downtown and with easy access to the Idaho Center for engaging events, this is your destination for both outdoor and local entertainment in this amazingly fun city. Enjoy easy pull-through access for your RV with a grassy lot and picnic table, full bathroom amenities, and friendly management during your short or long-term stay. As you settle in, you will see the beautiful mountains and vast terrain around you inviting you to hike or simply explore. A quick drive on the close interstate will take you to the heart of the city where you can shop, meet the locals, or eat delicious food at nearby restaurants. Whatever brings you to the area, this RV park will make your stay even more enjoyable.
Ambassador RV Resort
Just off the interstate in Caldwell, Idaho, the Ambassador RV Resort offers quick access and great amenities for all types of RV enthusiasts and campers. The park consists of abundant open spaces with plenty grass in between level, narrow, gravel lots featuring 85 foot short term pull thrus, 75 foot long term pull thrus, and 65 foot back ins which all have regular hook-ups available at the rear of the sites. Each site has a long concrete patio with a table.
Serviced by wide paved streets, the Ambassador is located near Idaho's wine country and is only 20 minutes away from the Boise metro area. Boasting a 5,000 square foot recreational hall, clean laundry, spa, sauna and pool area, as well as good wifi and cell phone reception, the Ambassador RV Resort is well maintained, cleaned regularly by maintenance men, and offers the perfect home base for all your activities.
Batise Springs RV Park
Batise Springs RV Park offers great value for money, and is located just off Interstate 86, two miles west of downtown Pocatello, Idaho. Situated on the banks of the Portneuf River, and overlooking Batise Springs, the park is a quiet, secluded place with plenty of space to park your RV overnight, or as long as you wish. The RV park is on the outskirts of Pocatello overlooking farm land, which makes for some prime for bird watching.
All of the 75 foot sites have grass between them, are pull-thru, and will accommodate any size motor home or trailer. Each site has a picnic table, electrical hook-ups, water and sewer. A newly constructed communal building houses men's and women's bathrooms, a tiled shower and a coin-operated laundry. Batise Springs RV Park is close to shopping, clean, quiet and safe, and the owners are very friendly and accommodating. Wifi is available and pets are allowed.
Snake River RV Park
Idaho Falls, ID
Just 5 minutes off the interstate in Idaho Falls, Idaho, the Snake River RV Park is where travelling visitors will find a well maintained facility run by warm, friendly staff. On arrival you will be escorted to your site that can accommodate even the biggest of rigs, if that's what you've got. Among the many amenities available to the visitor at Snake River RV Park are pull through sites up to 85 feet with full electric hookups and services, a swimming pool and play area for kids, free wifi, laundry, hot showers, fire pits, and groceries - all that is needed for away-from-home comfort.
The park offers grassy RV spots, camping cabins and a shaded tent site, all surrounded by beautiful trees. It is an ideal home base, giving you easy access to nearby attractions such as Bear World, Craters of the Moon, Mesa Falls, The Tetons, Jackson Hole and Yellowstone National Park.
Columbia Sun RV Resort
If you are looking forward to a trip that is naturally beautiful and filled with stunning scenery, then a drive through Kennewick and the Tri-State area in Washington is simply a must. The Columbia Sun RV Resort is the ideal place to hook up the RV and put our feet up, as it boasts massive sites that are pristinely maintained. The sites offer full hookups and guests have the option of going with a 20, 30, or 50 amp site. Each stand has a picnic table and the sites are large enough to accommodate big rigs. The onsite swimming pool offers some respite from the summer heat, and the resort offers breathtaking views of the rolling hills in the distance. There is a basketball court, playground, and fenced-in dog area, as well as well-maintained showers, toilets, and laundry facilities. This resort is close to the freeway, which allows travelers to get back on their journey in no time.
Franklin County RV Park
The Tri-Cities are a set of thriving cities in the southeast corner of Washington State and is the perfect vacation destination for those who love urban activities and nature alike. If you plan to be in the area with your RV, park it at Franklin County RV Park in Pasco, Washington and be ready to explore all of the attractions this place has to offer.
Franklin County RV Park offers full service hookups to guests as well as an immaculate place to rest up and enjoy some relaxation. There is a laundry facility and clean restrooms on site. You can also take advantage of cable TV and WiFi while you are there. This park is close to all of the happenings in downtown Pasco and is close to golf courses, rivers, and plenty of hiking trails. This RV park is close to town, but still gives you the quiet atmosphere of a luxury resort.
Horn Rapids RV Resort
If you're planning on touring the Columbia Basin and making the most of the beauty and bounty of the Tri-Cities area, you can't go wrong with calling Horn Rapids RV Resort your home away from home. Located in the city of Richland in Washington, Horn Rapids RV Resort offers all the convenience of home while providing true resort amenities. You'll have the resort's pool and hot tub to help you relax, for instance, while the facility's game and playground areas will keep you and your little ones busy and happy. Want to hold a barbecue party? Horn Rapids RV Resort has got that covered--literally, with a picnic-perfect gazebo. Need to buy something? The resort has a full-service mini-mart and deli. Got some guests coming over? The site's ample overflow parking will take care of any extra vehicles. With its spacious pull-through sites, Horn Rapids RV Resort can even handle the largest motor homes. Really, Horn Rapids RV Resort has got the amenities to help you make your next family vacation a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
Jim and Mary?s RV Park
At Jim and Mary?s RV Park wake up to the smell of flowers, there are plenty of flower beds that will brighten your day. The park offers a family friendly and serene atmosphere. The RV sites are lined with mature trees. Centrally located between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, and if you?re keen on fishing the park is close to some of the greatest fishing sites in Montana. There are also plenty of day trips such as the Blackfoot river where you can catch a glimpse of bald eagles, osprey and even grizzly bears. You can also visit Bitterroot Valley and be mesmerized by the site of a valley that is nestled between two mountains. With huge RV sites there is no problem for you to get your RV rental in to any of the sites.
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
Wilderness vacations offer tranquil beauty and a way for you to escape reality for a while and enjoy the simple joys of life. If you are looking for the perfect western nature destination, check out Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in Missoula, Montana. You will get to experience a place where the buffalo roam free and the worries of life melt away.
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park is located at the edge of Glacier Park and Yellowstone Park and offers the perfect wilderness retreat for you and your loved ones. This park provides full service RV hookups and paved streets. Your children will have an amazing time playing at the outdoor playground or game room. There is an on site store filled with camping supplies and Montana merchandise. Each night Yogi Bear will stroll through the campground and greet the kids. York family will have a memorable experience and will not want to leave.
High Desert Museum
The High Desert Museum presents wildlife, culture, art and natural resources to cultivate and understanding and appreciation of the high desert environment. Through indoor and outdoor exhibits, wildlife in natural-like habitats, and living history demonstrations visitors will come to understand the rich cultural and natural heritage of North America's high desert country.
Mt. Bachelor is a known skiing destination but it also offers many summer recreational activities. During the winter you and your family can take skiing or snowboarding lessons, you can travel by dogsled, or go on a snowshoe tour. During the summer you can enjoy scenic chair lift rides, biking, hiking, beer tours and so much more.
Lava River Cave
Explore a mile-long ancient lava tunnel which was created over 80,000 years ago. This particular lava tube is part of the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. You can marvel at the shiny, glazed symmetrical surfaces and listen to echoes. Once you reach 3,000 feet into the cave, your feet will be greeted by sand. This Sand Garden is said to be fine volcanic ash deposited 6,600 years ago. As you step out of the cave you can catch a glimpse of migratory birds, golden mantled ground squirrels, and maybe even a cougar.
The Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center
West Yellowstone, MT
Come and satisfy your curiosity for the wild and support a good cause. This wildlife park and educational facility offers every visitor the unique experience of seeing grizzly bears and gray wolves up close. All the animals at the center have been rescued and are unable to survive in the wild. This should be a mandatory stop on your way to Yellowstone.
Visited by 150,000 people each year who come to see the five gardens, a conservatory, duck ponds set within 90 acres of manicured lawns, playgrounds, paths, flowers, topiary shrubs, and a greenhouse conservatory. You can take a stroll and admire this unique garden in the heart of Spokane.
The Centennial Trail begins at the Washington/Idaho state border and ends at Nine Mile Falls, Washington following the Spokane River and with views of waterfalls and rapids. This 37.5 mile trail runs through a metropolitan section in downtown Spokane in Riverfront Park, and extends to rural settings. You can enjoy many types of outdoor recreational activities while exploring the trail. The Spokane River Centennial Trail connects with the North Idaho Centennial Trail it is probably the best way to get a feeling for the region.
Riverfront Park offers 100 acres of beautiful landscapes, situated along the Spokane River, it contains the Spokane waterfalls. You can view all of this beauty a top of the 145 foot tall Pavilion. The park is also known for the carousel, the skyride where you can enjoy panoramic views of the falls, IMAX theatre, a small amusement park and so much more. Be sure to participate in the Chinese lantern festival or if you?re around for the winter months you can take ice skating lessons. Enjoy a special place within the city.
The Fairview Museum of History and Art
West Jordan, UT
The Fairview Museum of History and Art in Fairview, Utah is a wonderful place for an excursion. The museum has exhibits of sculpture, painting, oral history, local history, and much more. The museum also has a New Columbian Mammoth skeleton, which is fascinating to see. The museum is a nonprofit organization, and most of the staff are volunteers from the area. Two main buildings, the Heritage, which is 115 years old and the Horizon Building, contain the exhibits. The mostly volunteer staff is dedicated to preserving pioneer and historical artifacts, histories, and cultural collections. Their mission also includes providing an outlet for creative talent and educational opportunities. There are over 100 pieces of sculpture in the museum. Many of the exhibits and activities are designed as educational materials for the elementary school visitors. Local artists teach adult art classes on the premises of the museum. The library staff provides assistance to individuals and groups searching for information on local ancestors and the history of the area.
Museum of Natural Curiosity
Who wouldn?t want to visit something called the Museum of Natural Curiosity. The name itself makes it intriguing. The truth is that there is something for everyone. With more than 400 interactive experiences, you can choose a new adventure each time you visit the Museum of Natural Curiosity(R). In Rainforest, explore the ancient ruins and chambers, crawl inside the 45-foot-tall monkey head, and pretend to fly the Piper Cub. At Water Works, explore science with water, wind, sun, and earth, or go to the Discovery Garden to learn about nature and the six simple machines in the Archimedes Playground. You can even explore the town of Kidopolis, where you'll discover secret passageways and perform tricks at the magic shop. For more educational opportunities, visit the Exploratorium exhibit in the Innovation Gallery or take a class in one of the Dickson Academy classrooms. The options are endless for all curious minds at the Museum of Natural Curiosity.
Provo Canyon is full of scenic parks with access to the Provo River for fishing, relaxation and recreational activities. In these parks you'll also find trail-heads to the Uinta National Forest. You'll have majestic views of the surrounding mountains. All parks have pavilions which can be rented for a fee. Most places offer barbecue, power, and running-water restrooms.