Quiet, immaculately kept and certainly not a sterile parking lot. Close to IS90 but very little hwy noise. Sites are a little close together but that seems to be inescaple most times nowdays. If you have a fairly light, compact rig ask for one of the east-end sites under the trees. As an added bonus for "road warriers", Verizon voice and data service is excellent.
Stayed one night. Very clean bathrooms, showers and laundry facility. Quiet and friendly. Will stay again.
We stopped just for an overnight but will be back to explore the area. Although the park is located next to I90 road noise was not a problem. Probably because the trees provided a nice buffer. We are always looking for a good spot to exercise our dog after a day of travel. The creek next to the park was dried up during our mid August visit and we were able to walk to the river tbrough the culvert under I90. The dog was exercised and we were cooled off after a swim in the Coeur d'Alene River. The staff was great and very attentive to their customers.
Stayed 4 nights in 34 ft motorhome with toad. Sites are narrow and close to your neighbors. Lots of trees but we were able to get a site where we could get satellite. Wifi is good. Laundry room is good. They put short timers in the middle of the park away from full timers. Full timers appeared messy and run down. Quiet park except for the highway. They out full timers next to the highway. Nice manager Kevin, easy to work with and very accommodating. 3 stars just for the appearance in the back of the park and are toad was under a tree that dripped sap.
OK for a 1-night stay. Quite small, spaces close together, not much ambiance. Works for an overnight though.
Stopped here while on the road. It is a nice park. Clean bathrooms and showers.
We stayed at Blue Anchor 3 nights. The owners bent over backwards to accommodated our needs. Very friendly and customer-oriented. They let us select our site from those available and aided us in setting up our tv to work. Very nice size RV spots, level, and with enough room for our 28 ft travel trailer and Ford F-150 to fit easily in tandem. There is ample room between sites. Sites have fire pits but with all the wild fires, there was a ban on fires. There is a very nice (paved) trail for walking, biking within one block of the RV park that goes for several miles. Wallace is about 5 miles down the road with lots to do. This RV park is an easy off and back on to I 90 yet far enough from the interstate that it was not too noisy. These new owners seem to be upgrading this RV park continuously and seem to be adding nice features regularly. If we were not on such a tight schedule, we would have stayed an extra day or two. We will definitely stay here again when on this area.