Basically a long parking lot on the creek, with a restaurant on the end. A quiet place. Good restrooms with showers. No shade. Non-existent wifi, even in the restaurant. Wallace is a great small historic mining town. Walk around, see the place. Antique shops are great. Good coffee place two blocks from the campground, and they have wifi.
Small campground between road and river. Fairly small spots close to each other. Very clean bathrooms. Wi-Fi only accessible near adjacent restaurant. Perfectly located to explore mining town of Wallace on foot or as a base camp for outdoor activities in the area. The paved trail of the Coeur d'Alenes passes within 200 yards of the camp ground.
Well, this site does not have wifi, it's available at the pub but no where else. The park itself is more like a car park for the pub with full hookup 30amp only. All right for a quick stop-over but no fancy frills
Although the sites are close to one another, we like staying over night here and have done so several times. The bathrooms are clean and the hookups are easy. The location is close to town, providing a chance to stroll historic Wallace. There is always something new to see or do. Add to the fact that the "pub" has great beer and is a good place to unwind at the end of a day.
This is a great place to stop for a couple days. RV Park is a little tight but the location is outstanding. The City Limits Pub / North Idaho Mtn Brewery on site has great food and craft beer. Nine Mike Creek runs along the back of the park Downtown Wallace is walking distance and has a great museum and historic district. We would definitely stay here again.
Wallace, ID is a wonderful little town. Wallace RV Park is a great little park. It is small but clean, neat, quaint and friendly (with a GREAT restaurant on the property). We were on site 14 (30 on the site map) and, because of its angle, we had plenty of room on our social side and backed up to a really pretty babbling brook. The utilities were good, but no wifi. Our only complaint about the park was that parking your RV can be a challenge. If the park is full or close to full you don't have room to swing and negotiate the elements of backing in. One day in particular we had to move our truck 4 times to give others enough room to park. We didn't mind the moving, but you should know you might have to knock on a door and ask someone to move their vehicle. The park is within walking distance to town and the town is SO worth seeing.