Reviews for Nat-Soo-Pah Hot Springs & Campground

| Amazing spot in trees!

By user-5989872... on 2017-10-23.

This is a great RV spot tucked away in the quiet outside of Twin Falls. Every Kim's bought an RV spot has grass, hook ups and trees surrounding it. sunsets from the spot are miraculous! If you have a family with kids this is a great spot as well as the pool is large and it also has a slide. By far this is one of the largest Hot Springs I have ever been to at an RV park. The owner is always on site and very helpful. Great spot!!

| Nice old fashion park

By user-5233113... on 2017-10-23.

Grass park like setting. Mainly a hot spring pool open to the public. Snack bar only on-site. No stores near by.

| Nickel & Dime you to death

By user-5893971... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-06-28 to 2017-06-29

Only 30 amp not 50 like it says on RV Parky! I had forgot my 50-30 amp pigtail! They tried to loan me a melted and burnt 30 amp extension with a $40 deposit! I told them I need a 50-30 amp pigtail, he tried to sell me one for $40. I said I could get them on Amazon for $15, he got smart and said get me 100. Luckily a camper next to me had one and loaned it to me. Everything in the campground cost, including shaded picnic area, $25! Dog run was a gate to a field, no grass, sage brush and weeds. Did not see snakes but, did not go out into field! They advertise pool and hot tub on line, but when you get there it costs $7 per person on top of camping fees! If you want to use the showers, they are only available from 10:15 at night and 9:30 AM! Really dark in this park after about 9 PM. They must be really afraid campers will sneak into their pool! The pool did look large, but a thousand years old. Did not look kept up. By the way the host had the personality of a dead crab! Very rude! The camping area is just okay. Only 30 amp and crammed in together. Advertised pull through spots are only for the first one? Next one has to back in behind you. Spots are very very close! I do not think there was a host on site after 10 PM! That is the only thing close! Twin Falls is 20 miles if you take back roads with a GPS! If you take good roads, it is about 40-50 miles to the falls, which is all there is to see here! Needless to say, if you are going to this area, stay in town, you won't regret your stay like I did. RUN, RUN!

| Closed for the season

By user-5779330... on 2017-10-23.

I called today to make a reservation and the recording said they are closed for the season and reopen in May