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12 RV Parks near Saint Maries, Idaho
Jul 2018 - $34.00
They advertise a dump station in Good Sam but there is none there. Their answer is for you to go to a vacant full hook up site and use the dump. A recent Good Sam review said they charge $5 for this. Since we left early in the morning, and all sites were full, that was not an option. The sites are tight and close together. Awnings were close to touching the next trailer's slide out. They advertise pull through sites as being 70 feet long and back-ins at 40. The majority of of the sites are way shorter than that. When we left we had to ask 2 campers to move in order to get our trailer out. The best thing for them is the wonderful staff. I would not return there. - normdave
Jul 2018 - $80.00
The $80 reflects what we paid for 2 nights but left after the 1st so it cost me $80. This park is absolutely jam packed with very little rhyme or reason where we were parked. Had a constant flow of people walking and driving right in front of our rig headed to the bathroom. Park is definitely family oriented and full of kids on summer vacation - which is fine but not what we are looking for. Had to actually move the camp host's sign in order to pull out this morning. It's old, it's tight, and yes there is traffic noise. Very little area to walk the dog so I went out to the street in front of the park. All around unpleasant experience for us; however, if you are going with your family the kids will probably love it! - Gomoho
Jul 2018 - $42.00
My overall assessment of the park is that the sites are very tight and most are on grass. For me, this is a stop for one night. I would go elsewhere if I had the opportunity for several reasons: 1) the entrance is ridiculously narrow. I consider myself to be fairly experienced and capable maneuvering my 40' MH with a toad. However, I barely cleared by inches with both the coach and the car. Had I not been perfectly aligned (and warned by other comments on this site), I would have been in a jam and could not back up without disconnecting. Tip: Be prepared to swing as wide as possible to make the entrance. Terrible entrance...period. 2) The park has some pull throughs with gravel but I had to settle for a turf with Water & Electric only. My neighbors awning was probably about 6" from my slide. 3) The highway noise is rather loud but it was warm enough to use A/C's to limit the noise. I stayed here out of necessity and would never reserve to camp here for any length of time. All that said, the best thing about the park was the friendly staff. - homey
Jul 2018 - $35.00
My wife and I and another couple camped at Albert's Landing this past weekend. We have a large travel trailer with a slide out. The owner reserved a very spacious RV spot in a beautiful meadow for us with 30 amp power. Site #38 might be the best site to reserve if you have a large RV. #38 has the most shade. The owner visited us several times during our stay and asked if there was anything she could do for us. The campground was full, but the sites are so spacious that we did not feel cramped. Overall, a very nice clean campground with a very gracious host. - Zagsfan
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Fantastic new owners and this place is great fun! Highly recommended! Especially loved the large beach front on the Coeur d'Alene River (with fire rings). - Wesley Harrison
Jul 2014 - $20.00
We needed a place to stay after driving east from Seattle and saw this campsite as an opportunity to get away from the freeway traffic noise. Originally we were set to camp in an electric site but, after looking around elected to stay on the grass in the middle away from other campers so as to get a little more privacy. Campsites spaced close together. Manager quite nice when we arrived but caution to any big rigs that the turn by the office is tight. Unhook at the gas station before you enter the park. Large fifth wheels might be a tight fit. Campground itself has plenty of room for big rigs or 5th wheels if you can negotiate the 165 degree turn. - photokent