Reviews for Canyon Springs RV Resort

By user-5778052... on 2017-10-23.

Excellent park. Very friendly staff. Really nice spaces. Only stayed one night- so not sure what is interesting in the area.

By anonymous-user on 2018-03-14. Stayed 2016-04-01 to 2016-09-30

Very clean. Everything is new and the facilities atr terrific. Very friendly staff.

| Level sites, easy fwy access, new new new

By user-4626260... on 2018-03-14.

New campground near exit 26 I84 just west of Caldwell. Lake, new asphalt sites. Fair amount of space between pull-thru sites. Only 2 showers, but new lounge room with big screen tv, pool table, workout equipment, morning coffee and a little fenced in dog park. Walking path around small lake. This cg near Caldwell with good shopping, restaurants and golf nearby. Canyon County Wine Country, Snake River, Lake Lowell, Boise River and Ontario Oregon within a few minutes' drive. You will love this squeaky clean park.

| Great location

By user-6286049... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-05-05 to 2018-05-09

Stayed here 3 days site was asphalt and level. Bathrooms were a 10 including laundry room. The one has fish for catch n release, the club house was clean and front desk people very friendly and helpful. Small sandy beach at the pond for the kids. Overall good Park. Only downside the allow building of porches for long term stays, construction was until 9 next to our site. We would stay again but ask about any porch building next to site.

| Yes, Resort Style

By user-4650280... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-30 to 2018-07-03

This is a Resort Style RV park. If you are looking for rustic this isn't the place to stop. But, if you are looking for comfort, clean surroundings, and friendly staff then make sure to book a stay at Canyon Springs. All of the amenities are new. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed our stay. Some sites were gravel pads some are black top. Both are very level and provide easy in and out.

| Idk

By user-6349952... on 2019-08-09.

The facilities are new, the staff is friendly, really clean bathrooms. But - I would guess by the number of storage sheds, decks etc that 90% are long term. Not the rowdy construction types, more like retirees and 90% have a ginormous RV and 2 vehicles, plus the vehicles that visit (parked in our space).The result is you feel like you are in a used car lot. If your plan is to stop for the night and pull the shades and sleep it is ok. Otherwise it is overpriced claustrophobia. If they want to run a trailer park or parking lot then ok, but for camping I don t think I would stay here again for the price. They need some parking rules if they want overnighters. The spaces are completely filled with vehicles from edge to edge (and then some) with a 3 strip in between,