This was probably the most well maintained park I have ever been in. It's small, quiet and not a lot of amenities but it's beautiful. Really cheap at $25 pn but they only take cash. The owners Glenn and Marcia are lovely people. They really take care of their property. We have a 36" A class and we were towing a car. They ask that you not let your pets pee on the grass. A quirky request but the grass is pristine and I was ok with following their request.
Disregard nearly everything currently on their web site. There's NO "free gourmet coffee," NO "warm cinnamon buns," and NO "cozy camp store with everything you need including video rentals." There are also no campfires allowed, no BBQ grills allowed, and while dogs are allowed, but are forbidden to step on the grass. (No, I'm not kidding.) Basically there's NO fun to be had here. The owners are more interested in (obsessed with!) maintaining tiny patches of grass (and keeping their gravel "clean") than they are with their guests having a good time. The bathrooms are clean, BUT they should be! They charge an extra $5.00 Per Person, Per DAY to use them! (Yes, I'm serious!) All the RV's were crammed together on one side of this small park because, I was told, the other side is for one-nighters only. So, why were there two RV's on the other (nicer) side an entire week? This place was well situated for hiking Goldbug Hot Springs, but 22 miles from Salmon, which means a 44 mile round trip to stock up, go rafting, go to the Sacajawea Cultural Center, or to take advantage of any of the fun things going on in Salmon. If you want to really relax, have fun, and enjoy a campfire at night under the huge sky, GO TO ANOTHER RV PARK. Definitely won't be back.