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4 RV Parks near Almo, Idaho
Sep 2018 - $34.00
Lovely Idaho State Park adjacent to City of Rocks National Monument. Su-Th the CG does not typically fill to capacity. Yes, it's an unserviced CG, but its spacious and almost private sites, surrounded by tall bushes and trees, make this a peaceful place to spend a night or several days. Some sites are on the small side, but we found many sites that would accommodate 35/40 ft RVs or trailers. Bathrooms and showers were clean and well maintained Lots of nearby hiking trails. This is a no generator CG. Dump station has easy access. Campground hosts were friendly and available if guests had questions. Too bad our schedule allowed for only a 1-night stay. We will return! - Kona Boy
Jun 2018 - $28.00
Loved this place. Quiet, lots of space between sites, clean, mostly level. Lots of great hikes nearby - callwzrd
May 2018 - $30.00
A gem of a park if you are seeking a quiet, out of the way park in which to unwind. We camped at Smokey Mountain Campground in a 35 ft motorhome. Our site was a long pull-through with adequate room for our Toad. The sites are all paved and well spaced so you actually have some solitude. The bathrooms and showers were exceptionally clean and well maintained. The park is located adjacent to City of Rocks National Preserve, a very popular destination site for rock climbers- which were present in good numbers on the weekend of our visit. Hiking trails were plentiful in the state park and the historic California Trail runs nearby for the history buffs. The campground was full on our visit, almost all from nearby Utah and Idaho. Fellow campers pointed at our Arkansas license plates and wondered if we had gotten lost. Warning- the nearest shopping is 50 miles away in Burley, ID, so stock up before visiting the park. A quaint general store in Almo does provide a limited amount of groceries. I would definitely stay at this park again. The park staff was some of most friendly and engaging people we have met on our travels. - ARTraveler2
Jun 2016 - $6.00
The park is a mecca for rock climbers, and most sites were full on the weekend but less than half full during the week. We were in a 25 foot motorhome in site 12 (one of the largest sites) and had plenty of room. The site was fairly level with a fire pit and near the bathroom, which was exceptionally clean. My only negative was that the hiking trails were poorly marked for hiking. They were really marked for what rock climb was available on that loop. There are no generators allowed in the park! The entrance road is 5 miles of relatively well maintained dirt/gravel. The low elevation in the park is about 6000 feet. There is only one source or water in the park (hand pump) just before Bread Loaves rock but water is available at the ranger station and the Smokey Mountain campground. For the best scenic view hike the Tea Kettle train near sunset. The town of Almo is 5 miles away and has both gas and diesel but no propane. There is a small general store for necessities. - Gindy
Jun 2013 - $12.00
I gave the park a 8 because of the nice primitive campsites with good views of the rocks and country side. No facilities here except for vault toilets. The park is kid friendly in so far as there is open areas to play. No playground or other facilities. - A-S_Travels
May 2010 - $16.00
There are several campgrounds in the City of Rocks, but not all can accommodate large RVs. The sites are all dirt and some are not very level. We stayed in site #7 which was large enough for our 36' class A, but not very level. Getting there is the tough part. From Almo you need to drive about 3 miles on a rough dirt road (not maintained in winter and very messy when wet). We would say here again, but would think twice about bringing the RV. No cell reception from either AT&T or Verizon. Weak signal in town though the local market offers Internet access. Water (threaded spigot) is available at the Visitor Center so fill up there. There is a dump station just before the dirt road into the campground. Lots of hiking and biking trails with great scenery. Dogs are allowed on the trails! Castle Rocks State Park has a nearby campground that may be better suited for RVs. - DogsRule3