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12 RV Parks near Idaho City, Idaho
Aug 2013 - $15.00
Great little park on the beautiful South Fork of the Payette River. We camped here on our way up to Stanley from Oregon. A couple of large pull-through sites, but most are back-in. It is along the Banks Loman Highway, but was not very noisy. Fresh water is available and the faucets did have hose threads. So, you should be able to fill tanks here (but don't count on it because the faucets are near spaces such that another RV could block access when parked for the night). Across the street is a nice little hot spring, right along the river. Spaces were adequately spaced for privacy and quiet. Note that ReserveAmerica only lists the 3 group sites at this facility because the 8 individual sites cannot be reserved in advance. The link in this listing is to the Forest Service website that provides more complete information. - Dropped68
Jul 2015 - $15.00
Nice park out in the middle of nowhere. Spacious sights and reasonably level. Facility has pit toilets which we did not need to use and pumped water spigots. Close to the river and the hot springs are interesting. If you are passing through this very beautiful country and need a place to camp this is a good spot. - DennisA
May 2014 - $25.00
Not a whole lot of amenities, this is more rugged camping. Vault toilets and pumps for water are the only real conveniences. Lots to do here, great hot springs and river access within walking distance, beach with warm hot springs for kids, biking, hiking, etc. Great place, will return again! - sdmusgrave
May 2014 - $21.00
Each Spring we drive up to Garden Valley, Idaho to attend a retreat and often take up our travel trailer. RV spots in the Garden Valley/ Crouch area are REAL hard to find, which is too bad since this is a gorgeous area. The Starlight Mountain Theatre camping area is primarily set up to accommodate the folks who come to Garden Valley to see the various dramas that are put on during the summer. But depending on availability you can camp there even if you don't wish to see the plays. We always go up before the plays begin and usually have the place pretty much to ourselves. There are about 6 sites with full hookups which will cost your $21.00, and there are some other sites with just water and electricity. Those are $17 a night. We have stayed in both. The area is pretty poorly cared for and it's not uncommon to see trash on the ground. This year it appeared there was a bit more of an effort to improve the grounds but it was still far from perfect. You'll find little more than a place to park your RV (if you didn't come for the theatre). There are no bathrooms or showers so your RV will need to be completely self-contained. The address of this park says "Garden Valley" but technically it is situated in the small village of Crouch. - Paul_Oregon
Jul 2019 - $25.00
This is a no frills campground next to the Starlite Mountain Theater in Garden Valley, Idaho. We were going to the theater and this is the closest we could find. The owner was not there at the time. Another camper said he had left and would be back Tuesday or Wednesday. There is a way to pay when he is not there. We were going to stay two nights, but only stayed one as I had an emergency phone call and had to leave early the next morning. We paid the $25 in cash by filling out an envelope and putting it in a security drop. The nicer sites had 50 amp hookups which we could not use since we did not have an adapter to 30 amp. The 30 amp site we found open was not the most ideal. It was rutted and not level. We had to work to get the TT near level. Trash was left all around the site. No shade. The dumpster was overflowing with trash, but had been emptied when we left. We would probably stay here again only because RV parks are minimal in Garden Valley and to find one with an open site is hard. The one good thing is it is right next to the theater. - Big Ragu